Loughborough University Nationalism Network

Publications

Selected publications by LUNN members

Amara, M (2012), Sport, Politics and Society in the Arab World. Palgrave Macmillan.

Amstrong, C (2013). Landscape and Identity in North America’s Southern Colonies 1660-1745. Ashgate.

Amstrong, C (2007) Writing North America in the Seventeenth Century. English Representations in Print and Manuscript. Ashgate

Amstrong, C (2011) “Boiled and stewed with roots and herbs”: everyday tales of cannibalism in Early Modern Virginia. In G. Walker and A. McShane (eds.) The Extraordinary and the Everyday in Early Modern England. Palgrave Macmillan.

Antonsich, M and Matejskova, T. (2015) Immigration societies and the question of the national. Ethinicities, 4, special issue.

Antonsich, M (2009) On territory, the nation-state and the crisis of the hyphen, Progress in Human Geography, 33(6), pp.789-806

Antonsich, M (2009) National identities in the age of globalisation: The case of Western Europe, National Identities, 11(3), pp.281-299

Bairner, AES andHwang, DJ (2011) Representing Taiwan: International sport, ethnicity and national identity in the Republic of China, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 46(3), pp.231-248.

Lee, JW and Bairner, AES (2009) The Difficult Dialogue: Communism, Nationalism, and Political Propaganda in North Korean Sport, Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 33(4), pp.390-410.

Bairner, A (2009) National sports and national landscapes: In defence of primordialism, National Identities, 11(3), pp.223-239

Billig, M. and Marinho, C.(2014) Manipulating information and manipulating people: examples from the 2004 Portuguese parliamentary celebration of the April Revolution. Critical Discourse Studies, 11, pp. 158-174.

Billig, M (2009) Reflecting on a critical engagement with banal nationalism, Sociological Review, 57, pp. 347-352

Billig, M (1995) Banal Nationalism, Sage Publications.

Bolton, CJ (2007) Writing the Empire: Robert Southey and Romantic Colonialism, Pickering and Chatto

Chernilo, DE (2011) The Critique of methodological nationalism: Theory and History, Thesis Eleven, 106(1), pp.98-117.

Chernilo, DE (2007) A social theory of the nation-state: The political forms of modernity beyond methodological nationalism, Routledge

Chernilo, D (2006) Social theory's methodological nationalism: Myth and reality, European Journal of Social Theory, 9(1), pp.5-22

Christoyannopoulos, A (2008) 'Leo Tolstoy on the State: A detailed Picture of Tolstoy's Denunciation of State Violence and Deception', Anarchist Studies, 16(1), pp.20-47.

Cleland, JA and Cashmore, E. (2014) Football’s Dark Side: Corruption, Homophobia, Violence and Racism in the Beautiful Game, Palgrave Macmillan

Condor, S. (2012). Attitudes to national history and diversity in Great Britain. Canadian Diversity (Special Issue on Historical Consciousness), 36-41.

Condor, S. (2012). Understanding English public reactions to the Scottish Parliament. National Identities, 14, 83-98.

Condor, S. (2011). Rebranding Britain? Ideological dilemmas in political appeals to "British Multiculturalism". In M. Barrett, C. Flood & J. Eade (Eds) Nationalism, Ethnicity, Citizenship: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Cambridge Scholars.

Condor, S. (2011). Sense and sensibility: The conversational etiquette of English national self-identification. In A. Aughey & C. Berbech (Eds) These Englands: A conversation on national identity. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Downey, J and Fenton, N (2007) Global capital, local resistance?: Trade unions, national newspapers and the symbolic contestation of 'offshoring' in the UK, Current Sociology, 55(5), pp.651-673

Koenig, T, Mihelj, S, Downey, JW, Gencel Bek, M (2006) Media Framings of the Issue of Turkish Accession to the EU: A European or National Process? Innovation: The European Journal of Social Sciences, 19(3), pp.149-169

Downey, J (2000) Representing 'race': Ideology, identity and the media, European Journal of Communication, 15(3), pp.429-430

Giulianotti, R and Robertson, R (ed) (2007) Globalization and sport, Wiley-Blackwell

Hutton, CL (ed) (2011) The Irish Book in English, 1891-2000, Oxford University Press

Jansen, T, Klein, TE, Meyer, C (ed) (2014) Globalization and the Making of Religious Modernity in China. Transnational Religions, Local Agents, and the Study of Religion, 1800-Present, Brill

Klein, TE (2012) Rethinking the Origins of ‘Western’ Imperialism in China, 1790-1860: Global Constellations and Imperial Policies, History Compass, 10(11), pp.789-801

Knight, RG (2014) National construction work and hierarchies of empathy in post-war Austria, Journal of Contemporary History, 49(3), pp.491-513.

Knight, RG (ed) (2012) Ethnicity, Nationalism and the European Cold War. Continuum.

Knight, RG (2007) Denazification and Integration in the Austrian Province of Carinthia, Journal of Modern History, 79(3), pp.572-612.

Lee, JW and Maguire, J (2011) Road to reunification? Unitary Korean nationalism in South Korean media coverage of the 2004 Athens Olympic games, Sociology, 45(5), pp.848-867

Maguire, JA (2011) Globalization, sport and national identities, Sport in Society, 14(7-8), pp.978-993

Maguire, J (2008) 'Real politic' or 'ethically based': Sport, globalization, migration and nation-state policies, Sport in Society, 11(4), pp.443-458.

Mavroudi, E and Holt, L. (2015) (Re)constructing nationalisms in schools in the context of diverse globalised societies. In  T. Matejkova and M. Antonsich (eds), Governing Through Diversity, Palgrave Macmillan.

Mavroudi, E (2010) Nationalism, the Nation and Migration: Searching for Purity and Diversity, Space and Polity, 14(3), pp.219-233.

Mavroudi, E (2007) Learning to be Palestinian in Athens: constructing national identities in diaspora, Global Networks, 7(4), pp.392-411.

Meskimmon, MG (2010) Contemporary Art and the Cosmopolitan Imagination. Routledge.

Mihelj, S (2011) Media Nations: Communicating Belonging and Exclusion in the Modern World. Palgrave Macmillan.

Mihelj, S, Bajt, V, Pankov, M (2009) Television News, Narrative Conventions and National Imagination, Discourse and Communication, 3(1), pp.57-78.

Mihelj, S (2008) National media events. From displays of unity to enactments of division, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 11(4), pp.471-488.

Nyhagen L (2015). Conceptualizing Lived Religious Citizenship: A Case-Study of Christian and Muslim Women in Norway and the United Kingdom. Citizenship Studies, 19 (6-7), in print.

Nyhagen Predelli L and Halsaa B (2012). Majority-Minority Relations in Contemporary Women's Movements: Strategic Sisterhood. Palgrave Macmillan.

Nyhagen Predelli L, Halsaa B and Thun C (2012). 'Citizenship is not a word I use': how women's movement activists understand citizenship', in B. Halsaa, S. Roseneil and S. Sümer (eds.) Remaking Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: Women's Movements, Gender and Diversity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Oelgemoller, Christina (2010) 'Transit' and 'Suspension': Migration Management or the Metamorphosis of Asylum-Seekers into 'Illegal' Immigrants. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37 (3). pp. 407-424. ISSN 1369-183X

Rees, C, (ed) (2013) Changes in Contemporary Ireland: Texts and Contexts. Cambridge Scholars.

Rees, C (2010) The postnationalist crisis: Theatrical representations of Irish anxiety, identity and narrative in the plays of Martin McDonagh and Marie Jones. In Gilsenan, I and Llena, CZ (ed) Redefinitions of Irish Identity: A Postnationalist Approach, Peter Lang, pp.221-241.

Rees, C (2005) How to stage globalisation? Martin McDonagh: An Irishman on TV, Contemporary Theatre Review, 16(1), pp.114-122.

Sage, DJ (2014) How Outer Space Made America: Geography, Organization and the Cosmic Sublime. Ashgate.

Sage, D (2009) Giant leaps and forgotten steps: NASA and the performance of gender, Sociological Review, 57(Suppl. 1), pp.146-163.

Sage, DJ (2008) Framing Space: A Popular Geopolitics of American Manifest Destiny in Outer Space, Geopolitics, 13(1), pp.27-53.

Szejnmann, CW and Ziemann, B (2013) ‘Machtergreifung’. The Nazi Seizure of Power in 1933, Politics, Religion & Ideology, 14(3), pp.321-337,

Szejnmann, CW, and Umbach, Maiken, (ed) (2012) Heimat, Region and Empire. Spatial Identities under National Socialism. Palgrave Macmillan.

Szejnmann, CW (2004) German Unification and the Involuntary Marginalisation of Eastern Germans, German as a Foreign Language, 3, pp.101-116.

Tileaga, C (in press, 2015) The nature of prejudice: Society, discrimination and moral exclusion, Routledge.

Tileagă, C (2012) Communism and the meaning of social memory: towards a critical-interpretive approach, Integr Psychol Behav Sci, 46(4), pp.475-492.

Tileaga, C (2012) Communism in retrospect: the rhetoric of historical representation and writing the collective memory of recent past. Memory Studies, 5.

Wigger, I (2009) The Interconnections of Discrimination. Gender, Class, Nation and Race and the 'Black Shame' on the Rhine, European Societies. Journal of the European Sociological Association, 11(4), pp.553-582.

Wigger, I (2002) Against the Laws of Civilisation: Race, Gender and Nation in the International Racist Campaign on the 'Black Shame', Berkeley Journal of Sociology, 46, pp.113-131.