*Sanjib Baruah - India Against
Itself : Assam and the Politics of Nationality (Critical Histories Series) /
Hardcover / Published 1999
*James Minahan, Leonard W. Doob (Introduction) - Nations without
States January 1996
"The book surveys the current status of
210 nations that are not states, and which are not recognized by major countries as being
independent political entities. Appendices list declarations of independence by nonstate
nations since 1890, geographical distribution, and nationalist organizations.
Minahan discusses the problems involved in establishing criteria for inclusion.
Antarctica, for example, publishes postage stamps, but has no citizens; Palestine has
embassies but is not an independent state... "
*Winston A. Van Horne(Editor), Carol Edler Baumann
Convulsions : Race, Ethnicity, and Nationalism at the End of the Twentieth Century /
Paperback / Published 1997
*Anatoly M. Khazanov - After the USSR :
Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Politics in the Commonwealth of Independent States
/ Hardcover / Published 1996
*Birgit Meyer(Editor), Peter Geschiere (Editor) - Globalization
and Identity : Dialectics of Flow and Closure / Paperback / Published 1999
Joyce Pettigrew ed. Martyrdom
and Political Resistance : Essays from Asia and Europe (Comparative Asian
Studies, 18) published
by VU University Press for Centre Asian Studies, Amsterdam and is essential reading for those
seeking to further their understanding of the continuing struggles for freedom in many parts
of the world.
From the Preface: "New nations are formed within
post-colonial states and old nations gain their freedom from recent
empires. At a time like that, it seems pertinent to consider the role of
traditions of martyrdom in shaping and sustaining political resistance.
This collection of essays, dealing among others with Sikhs in the Punjab.
Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka and the IRA in Northern Ireland. explores the
social variables that allow the martyr’s sacrifice to be effectively
utilized by a political movement. The essays consider how various forms of
social association as well as religious and historical tradition influence
the place of the martyr in a resistance struggle and describe the
differing social and political processes that affect martyr
*Yezid Sayigh, Yazid Sayigh - Armed Struggle
and the Search for State : The Palestinian National Movement, 1949-1993 /
Hardcover / Published 1997
*Gershon Shafir - Immigrants and
Nationalists : Ethnic Conflict and Accommodation in Catalonia, the Basque Country, Latvia,
and Estonia / Paperback / Published 1995
*Ioannis D. Stefanidis, Yiannis D. Stefanidis - Isle of Discord
: Nationalism, Imperialism and the Making of the Cyprus Problem / Hardcover /
*Bassam Tibi - Arab Nationalism
: Between Islam and the Nation-State / Paperback / Published 1997