International Security Studies at Yale University
"Nations and Relations: Nationalism, National Identities, and International Environments" April 6-7, 2001
On April 6-7, 2001, International Security Studies at Yale University will host a conference that will examine national ideas and identities and their relationships with international environments.
Conference themes may include: national identities and international conflict; nation-states and the world economy; interactions between national and imperial identities; colonial nationalisms; migration, identity, and diaspora nationalisms; plural identities and their international implications; irredentism and stateless nations; competing conceptions of nationhood and sovereignty; international discourses of legitimacy and the construction of nations.
Dr. Ted R. Bromund
International Security Studies
P.O. Box 208353
New Haven, CT 06520-8353
Phone: (203) 432-6242
Fax: (203) 432-6250
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