October 20, 2022
What kind of insights can communication studies offer about nationalism movements? Professor Michael Skey discusses his latest article “Nationalism and Media” (Nationalities Papers, vol.50 #5)
December 23, 2021
The selection committee awarded the 2020 Huttenbach Prize to Mark T. Kettler’s article “Designing Empire for the…
November 15, 2021
ASN and ASEEES issue a statement of concern over the detention of Stas Gorelik in Belarus.
May 4, 2020
Virtual ASN Inaugural Event: Thursday, May 7, 1 PM Eastern Time/7 PM Central European Time
ASN is pleased to announce the roundtable symposium “Nationalism and the Pandemic”, the inaugural event of Virtual ASN, an online initiative that will periodically bring together our worldwide ASN community at a time of physical distance: From a Distance. Together. Further Virtual ASN events are planned.
The roundtable will feature four leading academic voices from the ASN global community:
Florian Bieber (U of Graz, Austria), Kanchan Chandra (NYU, US), John Hall (McGill U, Canada) Gwendolyn Sasse (ZOiS, Germany/U of Oxford, UK).
ASN President Zsuzsa Csergő (Queen’s U, Canada) will moderate the panel.
“Nationalism and the Pandemic” will be broadcast via Zoom and Facebook live feed on Thursday May 7, at 1 PM Eastern Time/7 PM Central European Time. The session will last until 2.20 pm ET/8.20 pm CET.
To join the May 7 Virtual ASN roundtable via Zoom, please send an email to [email protected] with inquiries. The symposium will also be broadcast via Facebook Live feed and will not require any additional registration.
If you experience technical problems, with the registration or during the session, send an email to Virtual ASN at [email protected].
We hope to have you in great numbers at this historic inaugural Virtual ASN event!