Resources


Website Guide to Tolerance Education: This site is maintained by the Centre for European Studies at Jagiellonian University (Poland) in cooperation with the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). Its main aim is the promotion of tolerance, dialogue, respect and mutual understanding through the Internet.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Nationalism: Site provides information about basic concepts, types of nationalisms, and the moral debate between "classical" and "liberal" nationalisms.

Internet Modern History Sourcebook - Nationalism: This site, published by Fordham University, contains a brief discussion of nationalism and a useful list of links to many primary sources and a few secondary sources.

The Ernest Gellner Resource Site: This site's "primary intention is to provide a resource page for individuals interested in the thoughts, ideas and works of the late Ernest Gellner. It is widely understood that Gellner actively participated in a variety of discussions; from the nature of modernity, the causes of nationalism, the role of philosophy in modern life, the rise of Islam, to the nature of industrialism and rationalism. Gellner wrote extensively on all these topics throughout his academic life.... Please feel free to contribute by writing reviews or participating in discussions."

Solomon Asch Center For the Study of Enthnopolitical Conflict: "The Solomon Asch Center of the University of Pennsylvania was created in 1998 with the dual purposes of advancing training and research in the areas of ethnic group conflict and violence. Toward these ends, the Asch Center has established collaborative arrangements with a network of international sites that currently includes organizations in Northern Ireland, Israel/Palestine, South Africa, and Sri Lanka. The development of the Asch Center to date has been generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation."

Author Archive of Sam Vakin: Vakin has written extensively for Central Europe Review and recently published a collection of essays titled After the Rain: How the West Lost The East (Narcissus Publications, 2000). This page contains an extensive list of Vakin's essays on the situation in the Balkins and Russia. His views are somewhat controversial.

Narrating and Imaging the Nation: "This project aims to explore the problems of nations and nationalism in the literatures of Asia and Africa, both in a comparative manner, and in single case studies of the literature of one nation."

Just War Theory.com: "A free, non-profit, critically annotated aid to philosophical studies of warfare. It is owned and maintained by Mark Rigstad, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Oakland University." The site contains a section entitled "Nationalism/Cosmopolitanism" that specifically addresses nationalism-related issues.