Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism

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Edited By: Dina Mansour and Anastasia Voronkova

Online ISSN: 1754-9469

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Deconstructing "Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism"
Queen Mary, University of London, September 7, 2015
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, the editorial team is organizing a one-day conference event that will critically examine the tenets underlying SEN’s mission statement.
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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. Access the dedicated Virtual Issue

SEN Journal Online Exclusives

New website containing a collection of materials related to the research published in SEN's print issues - a relevant source for anybody interested in or working on ethnicity and nationalism. Regular features include exclusive online teasers from upcoming issues; interviews with authors and an inside look at the opportunities and challenges of conducting research in the field. Read an exclusive interview with Tariq Modood