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Arnfinn H. Midtbøen

security in Europe. (82/March 2015). Available from: < https://www.ceps.eu/publications/citizenship-deprivation-normative-analysis >. Bernitz, H 2012, Country report: Sweden . EUDO Citizenship Observatory, European University Institute, Badia Fiesolana. Bloemraad, I 2004, ‘Who claims dual citizenship? The limits of postnationalism, the possibilities of transnationalism, and the persistence of traditionalism’, International Migration Review , vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 389-426, DOI:10.1111/j.1747-7379.2004.tb00203.x. Bloemraad, I, Korteweg, A & Yurdakul, G

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Anda Brăilean

How to reconcile a European identity that is still quite indefinite with the national identities that have been engines of development, but failed to resolve the issue of ensuring peace and eliminating war as a way of settling differences? Solving the problem of European identity vs. national state identity is the cornerstone for the development of new European institutional architecture. The more the future vision of Europe promotes a deeper integration of the current European nation states, the greater is the fear of the latter to the “danger” of losing its identity. What is, in fact, this identity and would be its disappearance a great disaster? How can be lost the national identity and how it could be replaced by a European identity? Here are just some troubling questions that Europeans today consciences.

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Natalie Gravenor

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Active since 1980, the multidisciplinary Slovenian art collective Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK, New Slovenian Art) and its branches, the fine arts group IRWIN, industrial music band Laibach and theatre troupe Gledališče Sester Scipion Nasice (The Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre), have seen their works widely and often controversially discussed, most often in the context of subversion and over affirmation of totalitarian imagery, as well as the contemporary nation-state and nationalism. Gender, as another often essentialist category, has not figured prominently in the analysis of NSK’s output and impact. This paper proposes some areas (participation, representation) for investigation, as well as points of departure for a theoretical framework starting with key texts on gender by Judith Butler and R. W. Connell to analyse the moving images, performing and fine art produced within NSK in terms of the role gender plays therein, as well as its relationship to the construction of other defining categories such as nation and class.

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Edith Oltay

Review of Sociology 34: 153–179. BOSNIAK, Linda. 2003. Multiple Nationality and the Postnational Transformation of Citizenship. In: MARTIN, David–HAILBRONNER, Kay (eds), Rights and Duties of Dual Nationals. Evolution and Prospects . Kluwer Law International, The Hague–London–New York, 27–48. BRUBAKER, Rogers. 1992a. Citizenship and Nationhood in France and Germany . Harvard University Press, Cambridge. BRUBAKER, Rogers. 1992b. Citizenship Struggles in Soviet Successor States. International Migration Review 26(2): 269–291. BRUBAKER, Rogers

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Per Thomas Andersen

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In this article I argue that Scandinavian literature in the last 25 years is characterized by an exploration of postmodern conditions for identity construction. My point of departure is that the posttraditional society of late modernity can be described as a community experiencing deep unrest in the two ”nests” which provided most people with feelings of belonging and security in the traditional modern epoch, i.e. the nuclear family and the nation. I analyze two Norwegian novels, Jan Kjærstads´ Forføreren (1993) and Dag Solstads´ Armand V. Fotnoter til en uutgravd roman (2006), as examples of how postnational and cosmopolitan constellations influence both our individual lives and our collectively imagined communities. I focus on what I call click and dragnationalism, XL-nationalism, the one-man-nation and postnational war.

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Anne-Marie Mai

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The paper discusses the need for a renewal of literary historiography and presents different strategies for new historical readings that can generate interest in older literature. Students at the Danish universities and high schools are supposed to have a solid knowledge of literary classics and the methods of historical reading. In a Danish context the school's task to form and develop young people have been linked to the experience of reading literature and knowing literary history. But the older literature seems to have become a compulsory reading which students want over with as quickly as possible. It is a big problem since the European postnational societies require a historical understanding of cultural values and the sources of these values. Literature gives the readers the opportunity to see and interpret themselves in relation to their surroundings, to meet the strange and unknown and to empathize with other people's thoughts and ideas. Literature creates a special feeling of language and an understanding of how linguistic meaning is formed. The paper presents discussions of literary historiography and new approaches to literary history.

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Ágnes Vass

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Anton Pokrivčák and Silvia Pokrivčáková

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Ming-Sung Kuo

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Sertan Akbaba

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