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Professor of Politics, Birkbeck College, University of London. This podcast focuses on nationalism, ethnicity and religion, and their interaction with immigration and population change.

Nationalism Course podcast Eric Kaufmann

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Professor of Politics, Birkbeck College, University of London. This podcast focuses on nationalism, ethnicity and religion, and their interaction with immigration and population change.

    Do nations need borders? | David Blunkett, Elif Sarican, Eric Kaufmann

    Do nations need borders? | David Blunkett, Elif Sarican, Eric Kaufmann

    Is nationhood simply the accident of tribal border disputes, or even an unjust means of holding onto the spoils? Or does nationality give a deeper sense of a shared culture and community that benefits everyone?

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    Former Home Secretary David Blunkett, Birkbeck professor of politics and author of Whiteshift Eric Kaufmann, and Kurdish independence movement activist Elif Sarican debate what makes a nation. Ella Whelan hosts.

    David Blunkett: Former Education Secretary, and Home Secretary during the Blair years, David Blunkett oversaw the UK’s response to 9/11. He is also a broadcaster and columnist for the Daily Mail.

    Eric Kauffman: Eric Kaufmann is professor of politics at Birkbeck, University of London. He specialises in nationalism, political demography, and demography of the religious and irreligious.

    Elif Sarican: Elif Sarican is an Anthropologist at the London School of Economics and an activist in the Kurdish Women’s Movement.

    Ella Whelan: Ella Whelan is co-convenor of the Battle of Ideas festival and a columnist for Spiked.

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    • 10 Min.
    McDonald Centre EK1 Trim

    McDonald Centre EK1 Trim

    McDonald Centre EK1 Trim by Eric Kaufmann

    • 20 Min.
    Populist or Politically Correct

    Populist or Politically Correct

    On Podspace podcast, "Populist or Politically Correct," Oslo, Norway, Dec 5. Host is Anders Imenes. For more, see: https://pod.space/skravleklassen/populist-eller-politisk-korrekt

    • 1 Std. 24 Min.
    National Populism, from Faith Angle Forum, Cap Ferrat, France

    National Populism, from Faith Angle Forum, Cap Ferrat, France

    Are we living in a populist moment, or a larger national-populist restructuring of liberal Western democratic order? This session offers a survey of national-populist elements on both sides of the Atlantic in recent years, from the 2016 election of President Trump and the UK’s Brexit debate, to the recent run of elections in Hungary, Poland, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, France, and Austria. How do we properly weigh the influence of racism, concern about self-preservation, and anti-Muslim immigration attitudes among voters, on the one hand, from the effects of increasing de-alignment from existing political parties, shifts in cultural-ethnic demography, perceived economic deprivation, and a growing disconnect from political elites? As these dynamics upend the status quo in Europe and the US, this session invites us to examine the causes and effects directly. Video at: https://faithangle.org/session/national-populism/

    • 2 Std 33 Min.
    Interview on SKY News on No-Platforming incident and new report into Academic Freedom

    Interview on SKY News on No-Platforming incident and new report into Academic Freedom

    Eric Kaufmann discusses Academic Freedom in response to the no-platforming of feminist speaker Rachel Ara and a new Policy Exchange report into academic freedom https://policyexchange.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Academic-freedom-in-the-UK.pdf.

    • 5 Min.
    Whiteshift: Arendt Center Bard College Discussion

    Whiteshift: Arendt Center Bard College Discussion

    From The Origins of Totalitarianism to The Crises in Little Rock Arendt’s thinking on race is controversial and has often led many to quickly dismiss her thoughts on race and antisemitism entirely. The Hannah Arendt Center’s 12th annual conference on “Racism and Antisemitism” will explore these oft shunned concepts in Arendt’s work in the context of our contemporary political moment which is marked by antisemitic and racist violence.

    Our conference will consider the following questions:

    • What is Racism?
    • Is antisemitism a form of racism?
    • What does anti-racism mean today?
    • Is it antisemitic to criticize the state of Israel?
    • Is equality possible in a world where prejudice exists?
    • How can we respond to racist fantasies?

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