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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...

The program is now available for the conference NISE holds on 17 and 18 September 2014 in Vilnius, prepared together with the Lithuanian Institute for History and the Welsh Nationalism Foundation, on creating and interpreting heroes and heroism in a national context. It is the...

It is custom for part of the annual gathering of NISE, this year at the Lithuanian Institute of History in Vilnius, to be open to the public. On Tuesday 16 September 2014, that is the case for the introduction to two initiatives regarding the past,...

NISE participates in a one-day seminar held by the British Library in London on Language and the Making of Nations on 14 November 2014 at the BL Conference Centre, Dickens and Eliot rooms.   The creation of a unified language has been significant in the formation of the...