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Title: 23rd annual ASEN Conference: Nationalism and Revolution Dates: 9-11 April 2013 (annual Ernest Gellner Lecture on the evening of the 8th April) Location: London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom *Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 DECEMBER 2012* The theme of the 23rd annual Association for the Study of Ethnicity & Nationalism Conference is Nationalism and Revolution. There are three broad perspectives at the conference, reflected by the plenary sessions on each of the three days. The first concerns itself with conceptual and theoretical issues concerning nationalism and revolution. The second looks at historical connections between nationalism and revolution. The third focuses on contemporary issues of nationalism and revolution. We welcome proposals from a range of disciplines including Political Theory, Political Science, Sociology, Social Theory, Social Anthropology, History, Economics, as well as those with interdisciplinary perspectives. Paper proposals are invited on issues on or broadly related to any of the following themes: *Conceptual-Theoretical:* Theories of nationalist revolution Class conflict, nationalism and revolution Popular nationalism and revolution Nationalist ideology and revolution Nationalist ideology and counter-revolution Elite nationalism and revolution *Historical:* Revolutions and national liberation movements Revolution and the diffusion of nationalism Internationalism, nationalism and revolution The art and media (printed, visual, etc.) of nationalism and revolution *Contemporary*: Nationalism, revolution and the collapse of communism State nationalism as anti-revolutionary Please submit an abstract of no more than 250 words by 30th November using the online form available at http://www2.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/units/ASEN/Conference/AbstractSubmission.aspx . For further information on the conference, Gellner lecture, and/or ASEN, please visit http://www2.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/units/ASEN/Conference/Conference2013.aspx or contact the conference co-chairs Carys Moseley (C.Moseley@lse.ac.uk) and Pheroze Unwalla (P.Unwalla@lse.ac.uk).