Mailing Lists

H-Nationalism: H-Nationalism is a new H-Net discussion group that will provide a much-needed forum for conversation across academic and national boundaries on a topic that demands interdisciplinary and international perspectives. Our conversation will encompass theory, methodology, history, and case studies of nationalism without restriction as to period or geography. H-Nationalism is affiliated with the Association for Research on Ethnicity and Nationalism in the Americas (ARENA) and with The Nationalism Project.

ERaM - Ethnicity, Racism and Media: A mailing list for academics, students and journalists foced on ethnicity, racism and the media. To subscribe to the ERaM-LIST, send an email message to containing ONLY the command "subscribe eram-list".

Nationalism Research Mailing List: The NATIONALISM RESEARCH mailing list is intended to serve as a network for the study of nationalism among ASEN members. The list was exclusively created for ASEN members and distributes information on conferences, including calls for papers; new publications in the field; scholarships for students and researchers; jobs in academia; and the events organised by the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism at the London School of Economics and Political Science, encouraging academic discussion on nationalism research. Members who are interested in joining the list should send an email to  writing in the subject of their email SUBSCRIBE. List members are encouraged to send their announcements and to publicise their events with other ASEN members. Messages to the list are moderated by list moderators and any email attachments or spam are completely forbidden. Joining or leaving the list can be automatically done by accessing

Rus-Nat: This is a trilingual (French-English-Russian) cross-disciplinary list devoted to the discussion of all aspects of Russian nationalism, the Russian national consciousness and similar topics. Postings are accepted in all three languages.

Regions and Nations Group: This email list is exclusively for Ph.D. students working on topics related either to regionalism or nationalism. It seeks to connect people working on similar case studies or theoretical approaches. In addition to information exchange, organizers hope that participants will be able to circulate draft papers, learn about upcoming conferences, etc. If you are interested in joining, please email your personal details (institution, email), PhD title, research interests, and any suggestions you have for the further development of this group. Emails should be sent to: