Explores the delicate interplay between emigration of Jews from Israel to Germany and the construction of a new identity in the shadow of antisemitism both past and present in their new home.
Documents the surprising role pharmaceutical science and technology has played in Russia’s search for national identity over a century of political turbulence.
Examines the effects of culturally specific interpretations of refugeehood with an ethnographic focus on Cyprus
Anthropological case studies of the interplay of space, culture, and power in Iberia since 1850.
An interdisciplinary study of nationalism drawing on the events of the French Revolution.
Examines the nature of nationalist mobilization in Scotland and Catalonia.
Examines the origins of Russian nationalism and its relationship to the West.
Provides the first sustained analysis of the collision between Marxism and nationalism in France at the time of the Dreyfus affair.
Explores the role of international institutions in reducing conflict in multiethnic societies.
Examines the Góral, a little-studied ethnic group in Poland.
Uses the world's fair of 1992 to spotlight changes in the political cultures of Spain and Europe.
Explores the political and economic causes and consequences of homelessness.
Uses Norway to test the claim that elites are central to the politicization of linguistic conflict.
Examines both the benign and harmful aspects of identity politics.
Explores how Transylvania figures in the Hungarian imagination and how this border region functions in the creation of national identity.
Explores the relationship between sport and national identities within the context of globalization in the modern era.
Uses the history of Trieste and the Italo-Yugoslav border to examine how representations of difference have affected the politics of sovereignty during the twentieth century.
Provides the most comprehensive analysis of the rise of citizenship conflict in contemporary France.
Explores rural resistance, class consciousness, and the politics of contemporary culture through the experience of family farmers in France's "red south."
Examines the contemporary connections between liberal democracy and ethnography through the development of national case studies on the United States and Spain.
Explores national identity in twentieth-century France.
Uses ethnographic tools to analyze political disorder and its representation at the end of the Cold War.