Trevor W. Harrison is a professor of sociology at the University of Lethbridge, associate director of the same university's Prentice Institute for Global Population and Economics, and co-founder and director of the Parkland Institute at the University of Alberta. Slobodan Drakulic was an associate professor of sociology at Ryerson University.
Introduction / Slobodan Drakulic and Trevor W. Harrison Part 1: Theory and History 1 Academic Nationalism / Slobodan Drakulic 2 Do Nationalists Have Navels? Where Is Childhood in Nationalism Theory? / Karen Stanbridge 3 Tolerant Majorities, Loyal Minorities, and "Ethnic Reversals": Constructing Minority Rights at Versailles, 1919 / Liliana Riga and James Kennedy Part 2: Minorities and Civil Society 4 Neither Perennial nor Modern: Christian-Muslim Enmities in the Balkans / Slobodan Drakulic 5 Understanding Multiculturalism in Divided Societies: Exploring a New Path / Elke Winter 6 Canada's French Fact -- or Facts? / Remi Leger 7 Civic and Ethnic Nationalist Narratives in Ethiopia / Sarah Vaughan Part 3: Politics and the State 8 Militarism and Nationalism in Japan / Trevor W. Harrison 9 Who Are the Nationalists? A Profile of Scottish National Party Supporters / Michael Rosie and Ross Bond 10 After the PRI: Neo-Liberalism and Nationalism in Mexico / Julian Castro-Rea Part 4: The International Dimension 11 Messianic Nationalism: The American Imperative / Michael Parenti 12 Islamic Nationalism, Imperialism, and the Middle East / Trevor W. Harrison 13 Progressive Inter-Nationalist Nationalisms: The Return of Transformative, Anti-Imperialist Traditions / Gordon Laxer 14 Implacable Foes or Strange Bedfellows? The Promise and Pitfalls of Eco-Nationalism in a Globalized World / John Hannigan Conclusion / Trevor W. Harrison and Slobodan Drakulic Index