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UKIP: A Sign of Things to Come?

Lord, I hope not.

This week, I spent my Sunday arguing with a stranger on the internet about the political parties in Britain (which was every bit as agonising as it sounds). 659 more words


Don't believe anyone in France who says they don't see race

PARIS—France is Europe’s first nation of immigrants, home to a growing black population, and the continent’s largest populations of Jews and Muslims. Yet it remains officially and absurdly “color-blind.” 897 more words

Fakrul Alam’s “Rabindranath Tagore and the National Identity Formation in Bangladesh”: A Review

S. M. Maniruzzaman

Dr. Fakrul Alam is now regarded as one of the foremost authorities on Rabindranath Tagore both at home and abroad. He co-edited… 1,497 more words

Bengali Nationalism

The Hebrew University and the Expression of National Identity

Model based on plans for the Hebrew University by Mears and Chaikin, 1928

Dr. Diana Dolev of the Holon Institute of Technology in Israel is writing a book about the development of the Hebrew University campus in Jerusalem which will include a reassessment of the architectural collaboration between Frank Mears and Benjamin Chaikin from 1925 to 1929. 282 more words

Patrick Geddes

Researching In Post-Conflict Areas: Thinking Reflexively About Nationality

By Will Andrews, Aberystwyth University

A recent article in the journal Area, written by Matthew Benwell (2014) discusses the challenges of conducting research on different sides of a socio-political conflict and is based on his fieldwork experiences in Argentina and the Falkland Islands. 525 more words


Criticism Of Multiculturalism

Criticism Of Multiculturalism

Criticism of multiculturalism questions the ideal of the maintenance of distinct ethnic cultures within a state.Multiculturalism is a particular subject of debate in certain European nations that were once associated with a single, national cultural ethos.  55 more words

Criticism Of Multiculturalism

Eurasian answers to pesky questions

Sunday Lifestyle has a piece on how Eurasians deal with pesky questions about their identity in the wake of the Joseph Schooling nationality “crisis”. I don’t think those interviewed gave the full works. 261 more words