08thOct2016

ERNiE tops 1000 articles online

The number of articles in the Encyclopedia of Romanric Nationalism available for public online viewing has passed the 1000 mark. The integration between ERNiE and the documentation materials is also complete.

Each article can be visualized as to its connections with other themes and topics in Romantic Nationalism, and related material (writings, paintings, statues, buildings, musical compositions, letters) can also be called up with a single mouse-click. Check out ERNiE at http://RomanticNationalism.net.

The publication for the accompanying book version is envisaged for 2017.

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03rdOct2017

Book version of the Encyclopedia in production

The book version of the Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe is in production now with Amsterdam University Press.

The 1400 articles will be presented in a two-volume format with an extensive introduction on Romantic Nationalism, and accompanied by ca. 150 illustrations and indexes. Innovative design captures the intricate cross-referencing structure from the hyperlnks on the web version, while the book format affords an instant overview and browsable, haptic access to the complete Europe-wide coverage of cultural currents and nodal personalities.[....]

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27thSep2017

"The Rhine: National tensions, Romantic visions" now out

Edited by Manfred Beller and Joep Leerssen, and the fruit of a series of SPIN workshops, the book has appeared in Brill’s European Studies series. One of the first English-langage historical surveys of the transnational, especially German-French entanglements and confrontations over this European geographical and cultural core region, brings together eminent literary and cultural specialists and present materials and analyses from various perspectives – literature, tourism, heritage, geopolitics.

Of all European landscapes and regions, the Rhine is one of the most heavily overlaid with cultural and political meaning. Cradle of Romanticism, tourism, and the picturesque, bone of contention between the German and French spheres of cultural and geopolitical influence, the Rhine has attracted armies, artists, activists and tourists for centuries and has featured prominently the key writings of Europe’s literary and intellectual history from Byron to Lucien Febvre.[....]

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06thFeb2017

International conference CULTURAL MOBILIZATION

Amsterdam, 19-22 September 2018 – Call for Papers

A major international conference on Cultural mobilization: Cultural consciousness-raising and national movements in Europe and the world will be held in Amsterdam between 19 and 22 September 2018. The conference is organized by SPIN in association with NISE (Antwerp) and ASEN (London). Proposals for papers or panels can be submitted until 30 November 2017.[....]

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