Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism(SEN) is a fully-refereed journal on ethnicity, identity and nationalism,published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of ASEN. The sources and nature of ethnic identity, minority rights, migration and identity politics remain central and recurring themes of the modern world. The journal approaches the complexity of these questions from a contemporary perspective and, based on the latest scholarship, draws on a range of disciplines including political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, international relations, history and cultural studies.
SENpublishes three issues per volume, including regular special issues on themes of contemporary relevance, as well as the issue of theannual ASEN conference. The journal aims to showcase exceptional articles from up-and-coming scholars across the world, as well as concerned professionals and practitioners in government, law, NGOs and the media, making it one of the first journals to provide an interdisciplinary forum for established and younger scholars alike. The journal is strictly non-partisan and does not subscribe to any particular viewpoints or perspective. All articles are peer-reviewed by scholars who are specialists in their respective fields.