What I’ve Been Reading: Cataluña Edition

[N.B. If you’re asking yourself why anybody would care for long lists of what I’ve been reading, I do it for myself. I list the pieces as I go, and then I go back to refresh my memory; it also helps me organize the ground I cover.]

For a short literature review,

⚀ Kenneth Bollen and Juan Diez Medrano, “Who are the Spaniards? Nationalism and Identification in Spain,” Social Forces 77, 2 (1998), pp. 587–621.

⚁ Joan Nogué and Joan Vicente, “Landscape and National Identity in Catalonia,” Political Geography 23, 2 (2004), pp. 113–132.

⚂ Stanley Payne, “Catalan and Basque Nationalism,” Journal of Contemporary History 6, 1 (1971), pp. 15–33, 35–51.

⚃ Thomas Jeffrey Miley, “The Discourse of Language and Nation in Catalonia,” Berkeley Journal of Sociology 46 (2002), pp. 46–78.

⚄ Earl L. Rees, “Spain’s Linguistic Normalization Laws: The Catalan Controversy,” Hispania 72, 2 (1996), pp. 313–321.

⚅ Diego Muro and Alejandro Quiroga, “Building the Spanish Nation: The Centre-Periphery Dialectic,” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 4, 2 (2004), pp. 18–37.

⚅⚀ Joseph Harrison, “Big Business and the Failure of Right-Wing Catalan Nationalism, 1901–1923,” The Historical Journal 19, 4 (1976), pp. 901–918.

⚅⚁ John MacInnes, “Castells’ Catalan Routes: Nationalism and the Sociology of Identity,” The British Journal of Sociology 57, 4 (2006), pp. 677–698.

⚅⚂ Kathryn A. Woolard and Susan E. Frekko, “Catalan in the Twenty-First Century: Romantic Publics and Cosmopolitan Communities,” International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, forthcoming (2012), pp. 1–9.

⚅⚃ Joseph M. Whitmeyer, “Elites and Popular Nationalism,” British Journal of Sociology 53, 3 (2002), pp. 321–341.

⚅⚄ Joan Pujolar, “Immigration and Language Education in Catalonia: Between National and Social Agendas,” Linguistics and Education 21,3 (2010), pp. 229–243.

⚅⚅⚀ Kathryn A. Woolard, “Is the Personal Political? Chronotopes and Changing Stances Toward Catalan Language and Identity,” International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, forthcoming (2012), pp. forthcoming (2012), pp. 1–15.

⚅⚅⚁ Luis de la Calle and Thomas Jeffrey Miley, “Is There More Assimilation in Catalonia than in the Basque Country? Analysing Dynamics of Assimilation in Nationalist Contexts,” European Journal of Political Research 47, 6 (2008), pp. 710–736.

⚅⚅⚂ Enric Martínez-Herrera, “From Nation-Building to Building Identification with Political Communities: Consequences of Political Decentralisation in Spain, the Basque Country, and Galicia, 1978–2001,” European Journal of Political Research 41, 4 (2002), pp. 421–453.

⚅⚅⚃ Thomas Jeffrey Miley, “Against the Thesis of the ‘Civic Nation:’ The Case of Catalonia in Contemporary Spain,” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 13, 1 (2007), pp. 1–37.

⚅⚅⚄ Enric Martínez-Herrera and Thomas Jeffrey Miley, “The Constitution and the Politics of National Identity in Spain,” Nations and Nationalism 16, 1 (2010), pp. 6–30.

⚅⚅⚅ Juan Díez Medrano and Paula Gutiérrez, “Nested Identities: National and European Identity in Spain,” Ethnic and Racial Studies 24, 5 (2001), pp. 753–778.

Unrelated (general political science)

⚀ Aihwa Ong, “A Bio-Cartography: Maids, Neo-Slavery, and NGOs,” in Seyla Benhabib and Judith Resnik, Migrations and Mobilities: Citizenship, Borders, and Gender (New York: New York University Press, 2009), pp. 157–184.

⚁ Kristen H. Maher, “Globalized Social Reproduction: Women Migrants and the Citizenship Gap,” in Alison Brysk and Gershon Shafir, People out of Place: Globalization, Human Rights and the Citizenship Gap (London: Routledge, 2004), pp. 131–150.

⚂ Robyn M. Rodriguez, “Migrant Heroes: Nationalism, Citizenship and the Politics of Filipino Migrant Labor,” Citizenship Studies 6, 2 (2002), pp. 341–356.

⚃ Takeyuki Tsuda, “Acting Brazilian in Japan: Ethnic Resistance Among Return Migrants,” Ethnology 39, 1 (2000), pp. 57–71.

⚄ Jon E. Fox, “From National Inclusion to Economic Exclusion: Ethnic Hungarian Labour Migration to Hungary,” Nations and Natioalism 13, 1 (2007), pp. 77–96.

⚅ David Cook-Martín and Anahí Viladrich, “The Problem with Similarity: Ethnic-Affinity Migrants in Spain,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35, 1 (2009), pp. 151–170.

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