ADVN, in a joint effort with the Centre Maurits Coppieters, NISE and the University of Antwerp, co-organised a workshop on the development of alternative concepts of sovereignty and citizenship by post-war national movements. The workshop was convened by Xosé M. Núñez Seixas and brought together a group of historians, political scientists and political philosophers in order to discuss from a multidisciplinary and comparative perspective on research questions such as: does it make any sense in the 21st century to set up ‘old-fashioned’ new nation-states? Is the new wave of pro-independence claims in Western Europe and outside Europe effectively revising the inherited 19th and 20th century ideas about the nation? Or are 21st century ‘minority nationalists’ really rethinking in a postmodern way the nature and future of their national communities?
See more at: ideasforeurope.eu/conference/reloading-the-nation-alternative-concepts-of-sovereignity-and-citizenship-in-national-movements-1960-2014/
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