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The NISE database will in the future operate within Nodegoat, a web-based data management, analysis and visualisation environment. This will be presented at a workshop during the next Annual Gathering in Swansea.   Nodegoat is conceptualised and built by Dutch firm LAB1100. It allows scholars to build datasets based...

The Copernicus Graduate School (CGS) is a mobile interdisciplinary network of young scientists in the field of social sciences, who work on a research subject in order to obtain a PhD degree. The CGS is an initiative of the Chair of History of International Relations at the faculty...

For 2015 NISE has a lot in store for scholars and institutes interested in nationalism studies in general and the comparative study of national movements in particular: new instruments, publications, events etc.   For instance, this year will see the launch of an exciting new bibliographical instrument...

Making full use of its digital environment, Studies on National Movements (SNM) will from now on present to the public each contribution as soon as it is ready for publication, assembling each volume piecemeal.   Over 2015 a special volume will be published, containing the proceedings of the...

There are a number of changes in the NISE membership, the personnel of its Coordination Centre and with the database frame.   Canadian-born Eric Taylor Woods has become an Associated Member of NISE. He is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of East London (UEL) and...

Joep Leerssen publishes in the NISE Monographs and Essays Series the first conclusions from the research on Romantic Nationalism performed within the Study Platform on Interlocking Nationalisms (SPIN) project.   SPIN, an affiliate of NISE, aims to chart the cultural and historical root system of European nationalisms...