Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism
© Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism
Edited By: Carolyn Heitmeyer, Danielle Hemple and Ulrike Theuerkauf
Online ISSN: 1754-9469
Recently Published Issues
How Economics Can Help Us Understand Violent Intrastate Conflict
Since the late 1990s, there has been a pronounced increase in econometric analyses of violent intrastate conflict, not least thanks to the now seminal distinction of “greed” versus “grievance” factors – prominently put forth by Paul Collier and Anke Hoeffler – to explain the causes of civil wars. To discuss the potential strengths as well as pitfalls of such distinctions and analyses, access the dedicated Virtual Issue.
Sectarianism as Counter-Revolution: Saudi Responses to the Arab Spring
The Syrian Uprising: Imagining and Performing the Nation
Indian Policy and Legislation: Aboriginal Identity Survival in Canada
Maria C. Manzano-Munguía
Identity Politics, Reform, and Protest in Jordan
Curtis R. Ryan
SEN Journal Online Exclusives
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (SEN) is delighted to announce the launch of its new online forum SEN Journal: Online Exclusives. The website contains a collection of materials related to the research published in SEN's print issues. It is a relevant source for anybody interested in or working on ethnicity and nationalism. Regular features include, amongst others, exclusive online teasers from upcoming print issues; interviews with authors published in recent or upcoming print issues; and inside looks at the opportunities and challenges of conducting research in the field.