Everyday nationalism

A review of the literature

Authors

  • Eleanor Knott

Keywords:

nationalism, everyday nationalism

Abstract

Everyday nationalism, a sub-field in nationalism studies, focuses on the agency not of elites, but of ordinary people, as the co-constituents, participants and consumers of national symbols, rituals and identities. It is a topic of great importance in the State of Nationalism series.

Author Biography

Eleanor Knott

Eleanor Knott has just completed her PhD in Political Science at the London School of Economics. She researches kin-state policies in Crimea and Moldova from the bottom-up.

Published

2016-12-31

How to Cite

Knott, E. (2016). Everyday nationalism: A review of the literature. Studies on National Movements (SNM), 3. Retrieved from https://snm.nise.eu/index.php/studies/article/view/0308s

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