Here is a listing of our people, you can search by their name or their research interests.
Nation in the age of migration. Everyday nationhood. Italy.
Perceptions of landscape and identity in colonial North America.
Sport and national identities, national identity and landscape, nationalism in Ireland and Scotland.
Digital nationalism, Chinese social media.
Media and nation, China.
Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism and Global Modernity.
Politics and religion, critical perspectives on nation-states.
Media and migration, diaspora, (trans)national belonging, Indian nationalism and popular cinema, postcolonial studies.
Public sphere, comparative, media analysis.
'Brits' in France; the French in the UK; cross-Channel migration; (Im)migration and the UK today; the EU and migration.
Sport, globalization, development, peace.
Literary nationalism in Ireland, particularly in relation to Yeats, Joyce, and 1886-1922.
Populism, Greek politics, social movements, European radical left.
Socialism and patriotism; transnationalism in anarchism; anarchism, nationalism, anti-militarism and war.
Transnationalism, nationalism, media representation, China.
Nation branding, visual culture, media audiences, everyday life, gender.
Inter-civilisational relations, Olympics and mega-events, migration, media and national identity, sport and development.
Diasporas, identities and nation-building; nationalism and schooling.
Cosmopolitanism, the ‘national’ dimension within contemporary art’s global networks.
Media and nationalism, nationalism and globalization, religious nationalism, Eastern Europe.
Citizenship and identities, religion, gender, migration and ethnic relations, social movements, feminism, Norway, UK.
Juridico-political expressions of nationalism/belonging in South-North discourses.
Social and cultural memory, borders, national identity, Eastern Europe.
Theatre texts in national contexts, adaptation, translation and nation, Irish national identity, globalization.
Indian Partition; migration; memory; national identity; mass media.
National identity and organisations.
National belonging, globalisation, sociology of everyday life, media events and rituals, mediatization, sport and discourse theory.
Japanese national identity construction; Construction of Japanese Self / Asian Otherness; the persistent myth of Japanese uniqueness.
Nations and prejudice, social representations of national history.
Memory and nation.
Racism and nationalism in the West, imperialism and modernity, intersectionalities with 'race', gender, and class, right-wing extremism.