Nytænkning af nationalisme, medborgerskab og køn: - reflektioner fra Skandnavien

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Resumé

Abstract: The growth of nationalism and nativist parties and movements has raised political and scholarly debates about the future viability of European welfare states and democracies. These projects are sparkled by reactions to the global war on terror and the economic and financial crises followed by austerity politics, growing securitization, unemployment and poverty across the continent. The nationalist trend has been visible in national elections and culminated in the European Parliamentary elections in 2014, where Rightwing Populist parties increased their presence. European scholars have pointed towards the growth of exclusive welfare nationalism fueled by global mobility and increased migration. Feminist scholars have started to analyse the articulation of welfare and citizenship in nationalist projects. The theoretical section revisits approaches to gender nationalism arguing that in order to understand contemporary nationalist policies gendered approaches need to evolve beyond notions premised on family values and motherhood. The empirical section addresses the challenges from contemporary nationalisms in Europe focusing on the politics and rhetoric of Rightwing nationalist parties in Scandinavia. It proposes that in order to overcome exclusive notions of nationalism and formulate more inclusive notions of justice one strategy could be to rethink citizenship beyond the nation state.

Bidragets oversatte titel Nytænkning af nationalisme, medborgerskab og køn: - reflektioner fra Skandnavien
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelCitizenship, Gender and Democracy Building : Proceedings of International Round-table
Redaktører Euromed Feminist Initiative
Antal sider12
Udgivelses stedBeirut, Libanon
ForlagEuromed Feminist Initiative
Publikationsdato2018
Sider11-23
ISBN (Trykt)978-2-9565916-0-3
StatusUdgivet - 2018
BegivenhedInternational Roundtable: Citizenship. Gender and Democracy Building - The AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, Beirut, Libanon
Varighed: 15 feb. 201517 feb. 2015

Konference

KonferenceInternational Roundtable: Citizenship. Gender and Democracy Building
LokationThe AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
LandLibanon
ByBeirut
Periode15/02/201517/02/2015
NavnEUROMED- Feminist Initiative

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Scandinavia
nationalism
citizenship
gender
future viability
welfare
politics
policy approach
parliamentary election
motherhood
welfare state
economic crisis
financial crisis
nation state
unemployment
terrorism
rhetoric
election
justice
migration

Emneord

  • INTERSECTIONAL APPROACHES
  • Gender equality
  • Welfare nationalism

Citer dette

Siim, B., & Stoltz, P. (2018). Reframing Nationalism, Citizenship and Gender: - Reflections from Scandinavia . I E. F. I. (red.), Citizenship, Gender and Democracy Building: Proceedings of International Round-table (s. 11-23). Beirut, Libanon: Euromed Feminist Initiative. EUROMED- Feminist Initiative
Siim, Birte ; Stoltz, Pauline. / Reframing Nationalism, Citizenship and Gender : - Reflections from Scandinavia . Citizenship, Gender and Democracy Building: Proceedings of International Round-table. red. / Euromed Feminist Initiative. Beirut, Libanon : Euromed Feminist Initiative, 2018. s. 11-23 (EUROMED- Feminist Initiative).
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Citizenship, Gender and Democracy Building: Proceedings of International Round-table. red. / Euromed Feminist Initiative. Beirut, Libanon : Euromed Feminist Initiative, 2018. s. 11-23.

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