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Divided National Identity in Moldova

identified by Romanian scientists as being Romanians, which they consider as symptoms of Romanian nationalism and historical theories (Stati in Guboglo and Dergachev 2010 , 13). Moldovan historian of Russian origin, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Vasile Stati It is basically understandable that the Russian view of the joint Romanian–Moldovan history is different, e.g., Mikhail Guboglo, Valentin Dergachev, and Vasile Stati. Nevertheless, the fact is that the ethnonym Vlah in various forms was, and sometimes still is, a

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Myths and the American Nation: Jefferson’s Declaration and the development of American nationalism

Coercive Acts of 1774 , New York 1975. Anderson B., Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism , London 1998. Bonikowski B., DiMaggio P., Varieties of American Popular Nationalism , “American Sociological Review” 2016, No. 81(5), pp. 949-80. Bradford W., Of Plymouth Plantation , [in:] The Norton Anthology of American Literature: Beginnings to 1820 , 9 th ed., New York 2017. Brubaker R., Myths and Misconceptions in the Study of Nationalism , [in:] The State of the Nation: Ernest Gellner and the Theory of

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Nationalism and the issue of nation-building in the nineteenth century’s Georgian political thought

. Chavchavadze I., Tserilebi saxalxo ganatlebis sakitxebze , “Publicistic Letters”, Vol. 4, Tbilisi 2012. Chavchavadze I., Isev ganatlebis sakitxebze , “Publicistic Letters”, Vol. 4, Tbilisi 2012. Chavchavadze I., Eri da istoria, osmalos saqartvelo , “Publicistic Letters”, Vol. 4, Tbilisi 2012. Chavchavadze I., Poliakebis gandevna prusiidan , “Iveria” 1886, No. 14. Chavchavadze I., Irlandia da inglisi , http://gdi.ge/uploads/other/0/478.pdf [access on: 20.12.2017]. Ckhaidze I., The Moderist Theory of Nationalism and The Georgian National

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Was There a ‘Gypsy Problem’ in Socialist Romania? From Suppressing ‘Nationalism’ to Recognition of a National Minority

Grata: Ethnicity and Romanian Nationalism. In Dialectical Anthropology; Essays Presented to Stanley , edited by Christine Ward Gailey, 119–45. Tallahassee: University Press of Florida. Beck, Sam. (1993). Racism and the Formation of a Romani Ethnic Leader. In Perilous States: Conversations on Culture, Politics and Nation , edited by George Marcus, 165–86. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press. Beck, Sam, and Ana Ivasiuc, Eds. (2018). Roma Activism: Reimagining Power and Knowledge . Oxford; New York: Berghahn Books. Bițu, Nicoleta, Ed

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THE POST-MODERN AS NEO-MEDIEVAL: INTERSECTIONS OF RELIGION, NATIONALISM, AND EMPIRE IN MODERNITY AND BEYOND (WITH AN EXCURSUS ON ALBANIAN NATIONALISM)

public image in the late Ottoman Empire, 1808 to 1908' in Comparative Studies in Society and History, 35.1. - Duns Scotus, J., (1962) Philosophical Writings trans. A. Wolter. Nelson Press. - Gellner, E., (1964) Thought and Change. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. - Hastings, A. (1997). The Construction of Nationhood: Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. - Hyman, G., (2010) A short history of atheism. London: I.B. Tauris. - Kayalı, H. (1997) Arabs and the Young

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The Rise of Anti-Roma Positions in Slovakia and Hungary: a New Social and Political Dimension of Nationalism

intolerancie, násilia a extrémizmu u mladých ľudí vo veku 13 až 18 rokov. Bratislava: Iuventa, 2009 // http://www.iuventa.sk/sk/Vyskum-mladeze/Novinky/Prejavy-intolerancienasilia-a-extremizmu-u-mladych-ludi-vo-veku-13-az-18-rokov.alej (accessed October 15, 2013) 4. Brubaker, Rogers. Nationalism Reframed. Nationhood and the National Question in the New Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. 5. Dančák, Břetislav, and Petr Fiala. Národnostní politika v postkomunistických zemích. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2000. 6

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Nationalism and African Communal Identity in Marguerite Abouet’s and Clement Oubrerie’s Aya de Yopougon

References Abouet, M. & C. Oubrerie. (2005). Aya de Yopougon 1 , Paris, Gallimard. Abouet, M. & Clément Oubrerie. (2006). Aya de Yopougon 2 , Paris, Gallimard. Abouet, Marguerite & Clément Oubrerie. (2007). Aya de Yopougon 3 , Paris, Gallimard. Adeleke, Ademola. (2012). “The Roots of African Nationalism: a Conceptual and Historiographical Discourse.” British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences 8.I: 66-72. Anbarani, Ata. (2013). “Nation, Nationalism in Controversial Debates and Thoughts: A Review of Origin of Nation and

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Nationalisms Versus Solidarity in Case of Eu Law and Security

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The purpose of this article is to focus on the main prerequisites for the increasing nationalism among some of the Member States in the European Union and its impact in terms of solidarity, law, and security. In recent years, a number of events and processes have unlocked the growth of nationalism and the increase of its public support as a response to the fear of replacing the values and identity of European societies. For example, the disproportionate migratory pressures "woke up" in some European societies a legitimate fear for their national identity. It is now the time to offer legal mechanisms that are flexible enough for sharing security and finding a balance between the national and European interest in order to avoid a revival of extreme nationalism

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Rethinking Sovereignty And Autonomy: New Currents In The History Of Jewish Nationalism

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This article explores the past and present of the concepts of “sovereignty” and “autonomy” in Jewish nationalism. It revisits the play of-and interplay between-the two terms in the current moment of globalizations, when old truths about state sovereignty are being questioned. In particular, it highlights a number of new trends in the historiography of Jewish nationalism that lend prominence to autonomist or diasporist currents; at the same time, it suggests the potential utility of such currents in helping to understand long-standing political conflicts today.

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Not All the Past Needs To Be Used: Features of Fidesz’s Politics of Memory

October 20, 2017. http://neweasterneurope.eu/2017/07/12/constructing-a-new-past-in-hungary-2/ . Benazzo Simone 2017 “Constructing a New Past in Hungary” New Eastern Europe Accessed October 20 2017 http://neweasterneurope.eu/2017/07/12/constructing-a-new-past-in-hungary-2/ Bottoni, Stefano. 2009. “Sovietization and Nationalism in Hungary.” The Historical Journal 52 (3): 789-797. Bottoni Stefano 2009 “Sovietization and Nationalism in Hungary.” The Historical Journal 52 3 789 797 Brubaker, Rogers, and Margit Feischmidt. 2002. “1848 in 1998: The Politics of

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