On 8 September 2016 NISE is holding as part of its Annual Gathering, together with University of Antwerp (UA) and with the help of Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique (CRBC), a workshop at the Institute of Political Studies of the Charles University in Prague. The subject is the so-called ‘protagonist’ of national and regional movements.
The second contribution in the State of Nationalism (SoN) has been published. In this latest article, Dr Gayle Munro (University College London) explores the theme of transnationalism. A list of more than one hundred annotated references is included with this review article that evaluates the key works on this important topic.
The ‘Flying archivist’ project (2013-2015) was designed to offer advice and assistance to political parties on safeguarding and managing their archives. The final report has now been published.
The second volume of Studies on National Movements has been published. Highlight of this volume is a series of eight articles analysing Welsh and Catalan nationalism. There is also a review article on cultural nationalism and a debate on the pre-modernity of nations and nationalism.
NISE is developing the online research environment DIANE, an acronym for Digital Infrastructure for the Analysis of National movements in Europe. DIANE is a web-based data management, network analysis and visualisation environment that aims to be a starting point for research on national and regional movements in Europe.