Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe : JEMIE

The journal is a multi-disciplinary journal which addresses minority issues across a broad range of studies, such as ethnopolitics, democratization, conflict management, good governance, participation, minority issues and minority rights. It is devoted to comparative analyses of current developments in minority-majority relations in the wider Europe.

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 4, 2014

A Language That Forgot Itself
The mystery persists. In the entry devoted to Poland in the respectable reference on the languages of the world, the Ethnologue, the number of native speakers of German living in the country is conservatively estimated at half a million.1 Until well...
Book Review: We Belong to Them
Book Review: We Belong to ThemReview of: We belong to them. Narratives of Belonging, Homeland and Nationhood in Territorial and Non-territorial Minority Settings, by Tünde Puskás. Brussels, Bern, and Berlin: Peter Lang, 2009, 309 pp.'We belong to them....
Chuvash Language in Chuvashia's Instruction System: An Example of Educational Language Policies in Post-Soviet Russia
Chuvash is a Turkic language spoken by approximately one million people, mostly in Chuvashia, one of the constituent republics of the Russian Federation, situated halfway between Moscow and the Urals. It is Russia's fifth largest language by number of...
"Hybrid" Linguistic Identity of Post-Soviet Belarus
1. Nationalizing strategy: towards a sovereign stateThe issue of Belarusian language politics can be analysed across two different dimensions: as an element of nation-building strategy in post-Soviet Belarus; and as part of linguistic human rights discourse,...
Minority Rights: An Opportunity for Adjustment of Ethnic Relations in Kosovo?
If ethnic hatred triumphs, then everything that people of goodwill [in Kosovo] and their friends in the international community struggled for during the last 10 years would have been in vain.Bernard Kouchner, Special Representative of the Secretary-General,...
(Out)living the War: Anti-War Activism in Croatia in the Early 1990s and Beyond
The multi-faceted processes of Yugoslavia's demise and violent break-up have aroused considerable interest across the social sciences. Although numerous, the different scholarly accounts of Yugoslavia's bloody dissolution written over the past 20 years...
The Muslim Label: How French North Africans Have Become "Muslims" and Not "Citizens"
In October of 2005, a series of riots broke out in the suburbs of Paris and other major French cities. The upheaval - sparked by the death of two young men being chased by the police - signified the 'boiling point' of marginalized 'jeunes ethniques'...
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