Dominant Ethnicity Reading List

16. Majority Groups and Dominant Minorities: Dominant Ethnicity and Nationalism

Required:

Recommended:

  • *Kaufmann, Eric (ed.), Rethinking Ethnicity: Majority Groups and Dominant Minorities (London: Routledge) – relevant chapters – 305.8 RET [PC]
  • *Horowitz, Donald L. 1985 Ethnic Groups in Conflict (Berkeley: University of California Press), ch. 5 – 305.8 HOR – [PC]
  • Kaufmann, E. 2004. “The Decline of the WASP in the United States and Canada,” in Eric Kaufmann (ed.), Rethinking Ethnicity: Majority Groups and Dominant Minorities (London: Routledge), pp. 61-83 – 305.8 RET [PC]
  • *Premdas, Ralph. 2004. “The Dynamics of Ethnic Minority Domination in Fiji,” in Eric Kaufmann (ed.), Rethinking Ethnicity: Majority Groups and Dominant Minorities (London: Routledge), pp. 221-241 – 305.8 RET [PC]
  • Bruce, Steve. 2004. “The Strange Death of Protestant Britain,” in Eric Kaufmann (ed.), Rethinking Ethnicity: Majority Groups and Dominant Minorities (London: Routledge), pp. 116-135 – 305.8 RET [PC]
  • Bhatt, C. 2004. “‘Majority ethnic’ claims and authoritarian nationalism: the case of Hindutva,” in Eric Kaufmann (ed.), Rethinking Ethnicity: Majority Groups and Dominant Minorities (London: Routledge), pp. 198-220, See esp. pp. 213-218 – 305.8 RET [PC]

  • *Norris , Pippa and Mattes , Robert. 2003. “Does Ethnicity Determine Support for the Governing Party? The Structural and Attitudinal Basis of Partisan Identification in 12 African Nations” (February 2003). KSG Working Paper Series No. RWP03-009. http://ssrn.com/abstract=385209
  • *Mukta, P. & Bhatt, C. (2000) (eds) ‘Hindutva movements in the West’, Ethnic & Racial Studies Special Issue, 23 (3). – CE Library – I33 & Reference
  • Conversi, Daniele. 2002. ‘Central Secession: Towards a new analytical concept? The case of former Yugoslavia’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS), vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 333-356 – [JNIS]
  • *Amy Chua.  2002.  World on Fire:  How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability (New York:  Doubleday) – [NIS]
  • *Resnick, P. (2001) ‘Majority Nationalities within Multinational States: The Challenge of Identity,’ in F. C. González (ed.) El espejo, el mosaico y el crisol. Modelos politicos para el multiculturalismo (Barcelona: Anthropos-Univ. Autónoma Metropolitana) – [In English] – [NIS]
  • Haklai, Oded. 2000. ‘A Minority Rule over a Hostile Majority: The Case of Syria,’ Nationalism & Ethnic Politics vol.6, no. 3, pp. 19-50 – Reference only
  • Dale, Richard. 2001. ‘Reconfiguring White Ethnic Power in Colonial Africa,’ Nationalism & Ethnic Politics, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 75-94 – Reference only
  • Zuelow, E. 1998. ‘Towards an Understanding of Scottish Ethnic Nationalism: The ‘Watch’ Groups and ‘Anti-Englishness’ in Late Twentieth Century Scotland,’ working paper. – [JNIS]
  • Sidanius, J., Feshbach, S., Levin, S., & Pratto, F. 1997. The interface between ethnic and national attachment:  Ethnic pluralism or ethnic dominance?, Public Opinion Quarterly, Vol. 61, pp. 102-133 – JSTOR
  • *O. Yiftachel. 1992. ‘The Concept of Ethnic Democracy and its Applicability to the Israeli Case,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol.15, pp. 125-136 – CE Library – I33 & Reference
  • *Kaufmann, Eric. 2004. The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America: The Decline of Dominant Ethnicity in the United States (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press) – 305.8 RET [PC]
  • Shafir, Gershon. 1995. Immigrants and Nationalists: Ethnic Conflict and Accommodation in Catalonia, the Basque Country, Latvia, and Estonia. (Albany: State University of New York Press) – [NIS]
  • Smooha S. 2002. ‘The model of ethnic democracy: Israel as a Jewish and democratic state,’ Nations and Nationalism, October, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 475-503- INGENTA
  • Ignazi, P. 2003. Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press) – [NIS]
  • *Doane, Ashley W., Jr. 1997. “Dominant Group Ethnic Identity in the United States: The Role of ‘Hidden’ Ethnicity in Intergroup Relations”, Sociological Quarterly, 38, 3, pp. 375-397 – [JNIS]
  • Edward Allworth (ed) 1980. Ethnic Russia in the USSR: The Dilemma of Dominance (NY: Pergamon Press) – [NIS]
  • Schermerhorn, Richard A. 1970. Comparative Ethnic Relations: A Framework for Theory and Research (New York, NY: Random House) – [NIS]
  • Gladney, D. (ed.). 1998. Making Majorities (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press) – [NIS]
  • *Kaufmann, E. P. 2004. ‘National Ethnicity and the Modern State’ in Leos Muller and Linas Eriksonas (ed): Statehood Beyond Ethnicity (Peter Lang, forthcoming) – [NIS]
  • *Kaufmann, E. P. 2000. ‘Dominant Ethnie’, The Companion Guide to Nationalism (London: Transaction Publishers), 2000, pp. 51-3 – [NIS]
  • Lord, C. and O. Strietska-Ilina (eds). 2001. Parallel Cultures: Majority/Minority Relations in the Countries of the Former Eastern Bloc (Aldershot: Ashgate) – [NIS]
  • Chiriyankandath, James. 1996. ‘Hindu Nationalism and Regional Political Culture in India: A Study of Kerala,’ Nationalism and Ethnic Politics vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 44-66  – Reference only
  • *Yiftachel, Oren. 1998. ‘Nation-Building and the Division of Space: Ashkenazi Domination in the Israeli ‘Ethnocracy’.’ Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 4, no. 3, pp. 33-58  – Reference only

Essay Question

  • Is dominant ethnicity increasing in importance today? Why or why not.

17. Dominant Ethnicity in the Developed World: a focus on the Far Right

Required:

  • Betz, H. and S. Immerfall. 1998. The New Politics of the Right: neo-Populist parties and movements in established democracies (New York: St. Martin’s), ch. 1 – [NIS]
  • Bale, T. 2003. ‘Cinderella and Her Ugly Sisters: the mainstream and extreme right in Europe’s bipolarising party systems,’ West European Politics, Vol.26, No.3, pp.67-90 – Reference only
  • Case: Australia
    Gibson R., I. McAllister and T. Swenson. 2002. ‘The politics of race and immigration in Australia: One Nation voting in the 1998 Election,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 25, no. 5, pp. 823-844 – Ingenta

Recommended:

  • *Overview: http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/in_depth/europe/2000/far_right/
  • *Betz , H. and S. Immerfall. 1998. The New Politics of the Right: neo-Populist parties and movements in established democracies ( New York : St. Martin ‘s) – [ NIS ]
  • *Hainsworth , P. (ed). 2000. The Politics of the Extreme Right ( London and New York : Pinter) – [ NIS ]
  • Kitschelt , Herbert. 1996. The Radical Right in Western Europe : A Comparative Analysis ( Ann Arbor , MI : University of Michigan Press) – 324.24038 KIT [PC]
  • *Grunberg , G. and E. Schweisguth. 2003. ‘French Political Space: two , three or four blocs? , ‘ French Politics , Vol.1 , No.3 , pp.331-348 – Reference only
  • *Ignazi , P. 2003. Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe ( Oxford : Oxford University Press) – [ NIS ]
  • Atkin , N. and F. Tallatt. 2002. The Right in Fran ce : Nationalism and the State ( London : Tauris) – [ NIS ]
  • Brinks , J. and D. Binder. 2000. Children of a New Fatherland: Germany ‘s Post-War Right-Wing Politics ( London : St. Martin ‘s) – [ NIS ]
  • Arnold , Edward J. (ed). 2000. The Development of the Radical Right in Fran ce : From Boulanger to Le Pen ( New York : St. Martin ‘s) – [ NIS ]
  • Fetzer , J. 2000. Public Attitudes toward Immigration in the United States , Fran ce , and Germany ( Cambridge : University Press) – [O/O]
  • Swyngedouw , M. and G. Ivaldi. 2001. ‘The extreme Right Utopia in Belgium and Fran ce : the ideology of the Flemish Vlaams Blok and the French Front national , ‘ West European Politics , Vol.24 , No.3 , pp.1-22 – Reference only
  • Amin , A  . 2003. ‘ Unruly strangers? The 2001 urban riots in Britain , ‘ International Journal of Urban and Regional Research , Vol.27 , No.2 , pp.460-463 – Reference only
  • Mayer , N. 2003. ‘Le Pen’s Comeback: the 2002 French presidential election , ‘ International Journal of Urban and Regional Research , Vol.27 , No.2 , pp.455-459 – Reference only
  • *Betz , Hans-Georg. 1994. Radical Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe (Basingstoke & London: MacMillan), esp. ch. 3 – 324.940559 BET [PC]

Essay Question

  • Is there a rise in Far Right politics in the West today? Why or why not.

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