Majority, State Nationalism, and New Research Pathways
In this contribution, Alain-G Gagnon reflects on existing scholarship on majority and state nationalism, arguing that minority and majority nationalism are broadly similar in their intent. Both seek to promote a set of values, myths and meaning systems within a given political community which exists on a specific territory, shares a common language and a history. As a result, there are several promising avenues for research on state and majority nationalism, outlined in this piece.
Gagnon, A.-G. (2020). “Majority, State Nationalism, and New Research Pathways”, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, vol. 26, no 1, p.85-93, 10.1080/13537113.2020.1716445