Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Nationalism" by Nenad Miscevic

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The Beginner's Guide to the Literature

This is a short list of books on nationalism that are readable and useful introductions to the literature. First, two contemporary classics of social science with opposing views are:

Two short and readable introductions are:

The two best recent anthologies of high-quality philosophical papers on the morality of nationalism are:

The debate continues in:

A good brief sociological introduction to nationalism in general is:

and to the gender-inspired criticism of nationalism is:

and more recently:

The best general introduction to the communitarian-individualist debate is still:

For a non-nationalist defense of culturalist claims see:

Three very readable philosophical defenses of very moderate nationalism are:

A polemical, witty and thoughtful critique is offered in:

Interesting critical analyses of group solidarity in general and nationalism in particular, written in the traditions of rational choice theory and motivation analysis, are:

There is a wide offering of interesting sociological and political science work on nationalism, which is beginning to be summarized in:

A recent encyclopedic overview is:

A detailed sociological study of life under nationalist rule is:

The most readable short anthology of brief papers for and against cosmopolitanism (and nationalism) by leading authors in the field is:


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