Nationhood refers to the status of belonging to a nation(-state) or to a national identity. Nationalism in turn can be defined as a set of beliefs and symbols expressing an identification with a given national community and efforts aimed at the establishment and/or maintenance of a sovereign nation-state. Migrants may encounter or express nationalism and manifestations of nationhood in the society of settlement. At the same time, migrants can also engage in forms of nationalism and manifestations of nationhood of both the host country and the sending country.
This topic includes studies which refer to national identities, patriotism, the relationship between globalization and national identities, methodological nationalism, and dual citizenship.
of 1967 results,
This project was made possible thanks to funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and
innovation programme under grant agreement Ares(2017) 5627812-77012.