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The second volume of Studies on National Movements has been published. Highlight of this volume is a series of eight articles analysing Welsh and Catalan nationalism. There is also a review article on cultural nationalism and a debate on the pre-modernity of nations and nationalism.   The contributions...

NISE is developing the online research environment DIANE, an acronym for Digital Infrastructure for the Analysis of National movements in Europe. DIANE is a web-based data management, network analysis and visualisation environment that aims to be a starting point for research on national and regional movements in Europe.

A NISE workshop on the development by post-war national movements of alternative concepts of sovereignty and citizenship was convened by Xosé M. Núñez Seixas in Brussels on 3 and 4 December 2015. The workshop brought together a group of historians, political scientists and political philosophers in...

On 19 November 2015 in Antwerp (Belgium), Ostap Sereda delivered the third NISE Lecture. His subject was identity formation in East European borderlands. The lecture, under the title Identity Formation in Eastern European Borderlands. Identity, Cultural Politics and Musical Theater in Kyiv during the Second Half...

This September Choral societies and nationalism in Europe was published, the third volume of the NISE Proceedings.   Choral societies and nationalism in Europe, edited by Krisztina Lajosi (University of Amsterdam) and Andreas Stynen (ADVN) is the result of a workshop jointly organised by NISE and SPIN in Antwerp in...

On 22-23 September 2015, NISE organises a DIANE training session at the University of Vienna. University of Vienna, Main Building Participants will get to know and work with the instrument. In addition to that, the workshop will be a good opportunity to explore future digital research collaboration...

Next Annual Gathering takes place at Swansea University (Wales) on 1-3 September 2015. The main subject this time is Digital Infrastructures for Digital Humanities.   Singleton Abbey, Swansea Univers9ity Campus In Swansea, we will present the flagship project of NISE: DIANE (Digital Infrastructure for the Analysis of National movements...

A new bibliographical tool called The State of Nationalism (SoN), developed by NISE in cooperation with the University of East London (UEL), was presented on 21 April at the ASEN Conference in London. The State of Nationalism (SoN) provides a comprehensive guide to the study of...