Nise

This September Choral societies and nationalism in Europe was published, the third volume of the NISE Proceedings. Choral societies and nationalism in Europe, edited by Krisztina Lajosi (University of Amsterdam) and Andreas Stynen (ADVN) is the result of a workshop jointly organised by NISE and SPIN in Antwerp in February...

The publication concluding a project on the situation for the archives of parties assembled in the European Free Alliance (EFA) is now available. Over the last three years NISE has carried out the project funded by the European Parliament at the behest of the Centre Maurits...

The first NISE conference was held in 2010, in Skopje, the capital of Macedonia. The gathering was set up as a so-called working conference, with two main topics linked intrinsically to each other: the first subject of data entry into the database and the archival...

NISE presents the intellectual autobiography of Miroslav Hroch Studying nationalism under changing conditions and regimes. Miroslav Hroch has influenced nationalism scholars over the past 50 years, attracting a wide audience. So it is no surprise there have been already some publications dedicated to him, from Miloš Řezník...

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 and to...

NISE has published the 2012 SPIN lecture by Anne-Marie Thiesse on the use made of so-called traditional folk art for the modern formation of nations. This building block in the cultural construction of the nation as imagined community, part of its personification as a physical body,...

L. Boeva, Rien de plus international. Towards a comparative and transnational historiography of national movements, Antwerp, ADVN, 2010. This publication offers a full account of the context, aims and framework of NISE. It contains the following parts: – a review of the theories on nationalism, with selective references to...

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The (historical) information on European national movements resides in records and documentation. Until now, however, there has not been any coordinated effort on a European level to collect records, documentation and information on this subject, to conserve it and to disclose it for research. At the...