Digital Nationalism

Digital Nationalism

Benedict Anderson's idea of 'imagined communities' and the concept of print capitalism have remained among the most important theories in the study of nationalism. The traditional printed word is increasingly replaced by the electronic; how does the advance of digital technology affect nationalism? To discuss this, we welcome the authors of the forthcoming Nations and Nationalism themed section on digital nationalism, César Jiménez‐Martínez, J Paul Goode, Guzel Yusupova, Peter Rutland, Aya Yadlin‐Segal, Sabina Mihelj, and Ivan Kozachenko. Chaired by Dr Gëzim Krasniqi, Lecturer in Nationalism and Political Sociology, University of Edinburgh. Join us Facebook Live or YouTube Live. Members will receive an invitation via email to join in on Zoom. The articles are Introduction: Transformation of nationalism and diaspora in the digital age (open access) Guzel Yusupova Peter Rutland Digital nationalism: Understanding the role of digital media in the rise of ‘new’ nationalism (open access) Sabina Mihelj César Jiménez‐Martínez Artificial intelligence and the future of nationalism J Paul Goode Articulating Persian identities between Iran and Israel: On nationality, diasporas, and lived ethnicities in online media Aya Yadlin‐Segal Transformed by contested digital spaces? Social media and Ukrainian diasporic 'selves' in the wake of the conflict with Russia Ivan Kozachenko

March 23, 20214:00 pm-5:00 pm UTC+0 Online David Landon Cole

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