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Tel: +44  (0)20 7955 6801
Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 6218
Email: ASEN@lse.ac.uk|

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ASEN is an independent research association closely associated with but not part of the formal structure of LSE. ASEN does not in any context hold itself out as being, or as acting on behalf of, LSE.



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Nationalism and Belonging: Registration Open!

Registration is now open for the 2014 ASEN Conference - see the Registration| and Conference| pages for more information.

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Call for Papers: Everyday Nationhood Symposium|

Proposals are invited from established scholars and postgrad students in any discipline, addressing theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of everyday nationhood / social identities, empirical studies of the phenomenon, the application of Billig’s arguments to non-national frameworks as well as critiques of the Banal Nationalism thesis.

Please see the Call for Papers| for more information.

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ASEN PhD Scholarship|

Applications are invited from currently-enrolled PhD students at universities in the UK and Ireland for a scholarship worth £1000.

More information at Awards|.

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Nationalism and Education: Farah Dubois-Shaik|

The last seminar in his series will be on integration policy within Europe.

Wednesday 7th May 2014 at the LSE.

Please see the Seminars page| for more information.

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Everyday Nationalism|

A one day symposium to examine the contribution of Michael Billig's study of banal nationalism. For more details and the call for papers, please see the event's page|.








SEN Special Event: Education and Ethno-Political Stability

See a video recording of the event on our YouTube channel|

Crafting the Narrative of Independence: Prof. Jenny Ozga

See a video recording the seminar on our YouTube channel|.

2013 ASEN Conference: Nationalism and Revolution

A playlist of all the plenaries from last year's conference is up on our YouTube channel|.

The Geography of American Nationalism: Miguel Centeno and Maria Abascal

See a video recording of the plenary on our YouTube channel|.
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The ASEN Seminar Series and Annual Conference are made possible through the kind support of the LSE Department of Government and the LSE Annual Fund

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