Delia Aguilar, Women's Studies, University of Connecticut
Globalization, Women, and National Liberation
Ann Anagnost, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington
Is the Fatherland Really a Motherland?
Benedict Anderson, Department of Anthropology, Cornell University
Mohammed A. Bamyeh, Centre for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University.
Global Affinities Beyond the State: Lessons From the Historical Structures of Muslim Society
Joshua Barker, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto
Satellite Nation: The Anatomy and Afterlife of Developmental Nationalism in Indonesia
Timothy Brook Department of History, University of Toronto
Chinese Lineages of the Absolutist State
Uradyn E. Bulag, City University of New York
The Chinese Cult of Chinggis Khan: Genealogical Nationalism and Problems of National and Cultural Integrity
Martin Bunton, University of Victoria
The Palestinian nationalist struggle: between state and state-building
Georgi M. Derluguian, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University
Does Globalization Breed Ethnic Violence?
Arif Dirlik, University of Oregon.
Asia and Globalization
Mushirul Hasan, Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi
The Awadhi Qusbah and the Communal Politics of History in India
Laura Hein, History, Northwestern University
Economic Ideology and Nationalism
Lamia Karim, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon
In Search of an Identity: The Rise of Political Islam and Bangladeshi Nationalism
Shoichi Koseki, Faculty of Law, Dokkyo University
Japanese Postwar Nationalism
Jayant Lele, Department of Sociology, Queen's University
Nationalism and Nationalisms: Making Sense of Diversity
Mary Layoun, Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison
A few (terribly tardy, contrite, and contrary) questions
Valentine M. Moghadam, Illinois State University
Nationalism, Globalization, and Fundamentalism: Some Reflections on Islamic Fundamentalism in the Middle East
Epiphano San Juan, Jr., Philippines Cultural Studies Center, Storrs, CT
The National-Democratic Struggle in the Philippines.
Sumit Sarkar, Professor of History, Delhi University
Nationalism and Poverty: Discourses of Development and Culture in Twentieth Century India
Mark Selden, Professor, Department of Sociology, Binghamton University.
American Nationalism and Asian Wars
Farzana Shaikh, Centre of South Asian Studies, University of Cambridge.
The "Shariatization" of Pakistani Nationalism
Jonathan Spencer, University of Edinburgh
Culture, politics and economy in the Sri Lankan crisis: preliminary comments
Sung SUH, Department of Law at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto
Korea, Korean Residents in Japan, and Japan's Neo-Nationalism
Dorothy & David Lam Lecture "Politics and the Indian Past: the Future of History in India"
Hy Van Luong, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto
Thongchai Winichakul, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
A Short History of the Long Memory of the Thai Nation