Nation-building and nationalism in today’s Russia Conference in Tallinn, Estonia, April 28-29, 2016. Draft program (February)


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1900 Dinner at Tallinn Teachers House, Raekoja plats 14

Friday 29 April
0915-1045 Plenary session 3: Nationalism in Putin’s Russia

Moderator:

Geoffrey Hosking, University College London, UK, geoffreyhosking@mac.com
Papers:

Projecting the nation: media events and changing narratives of nationhood in Putin’s Russia Vera Tolz, University of Manchester, UK, vera.tolz@manchester.ac.uk
Crimea come what may: sources of social support for costly territorial expansionism

Mikhail Alexseev, San Diego State University, San Diego, USA, alexseev@mail.sdsu.edu & Henry Hale, The George Washington University, Washington DC, USA, hhale@gwu.edu


Symbol of the war – but which one? The St George ribbon in Russian nation-building

Pål Kolstø, University of Oslo, Norway, pal.kolsto@ilos.uio.no






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