Reframing nationalism, citizenship and gender: - reflections on contemporary European nationalisms

Bidragets oversatte titel: Nytænkning af nationalisme, medborgerskab og køn: - reflektioner over nationalismer i Europa

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaper uden forlag/tidsskriftForskningpeer review

207 Downloads (Pure)

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 securization, 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.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato30 jun. 2015
Antal sider17
StatusUdgivet - 30 jun. 2015
BegivenhedBeing a citizen in Europe - Hotel Dubrovnik, Ljudevita Gaja 1, PP 246, 10000 Zagreb, Zagreb, Kroatien
Varighed: 29 jun. 201530 jun. 2015

Konference

KonferenceBeing a citizen in Europe
LokationHotel Dubrovnik, Ljudevita Gaja 1, PP 246, 10000 Zagreb
LandKroatien
ByZagreb
Periode29/06/201530/06/2015

Bibliografisk note

Being a Citizen in Europe, bEUcitizen conference, Zagreb 29-30 June.

Emneord

  • intersektional approaches
  • DScandinavian nationalisms
  • welfare nationalism
  • welfare
  • migration
  • right wing populism
  • In/exclusion
  • gender equality
  • women's rights
  • Social Democracy
  • social justice

Citer dette

Siim, B., & Stoltz, P. (2015). Reframing nationalism, citizenship and gender: - reflections on contemporary European nationalisms . Afhandling præsenteret på Being a citizen in Europe, Zagreb, Kroatien.
@conference{7887b77f574a434280206c1005c9bf54,
title = "Reframing nationalism, citizenship and gender: - reflections on contemporary European nationalisms",
abstract = "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 securization, 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.",
keywords = "intersektional approaches, DScandinavian nationalisms, welfare nationalism, welfare , migration, right wing populism, In/exclusion, gender equality , women's rights, Social Democracy, social justice",
author = "Birte Siim and Pauline Stoltz",
note = "Being a Citizen in Europe, bEUcitizen conference, Zagreb 29-30 June.; null ; Conference date: 29-06-2015 Through 30-06-2015",
year = "2015",
month = "6",
day = "30",
language = "English",

}

Siim, B & Stoltz, P 2015, 'Reframing nationalism, citizenship and gender: - reflections on contemporary European nationalisms ' Paper fremlagt ved Being a citizen in Europe, Zagreb, Kroatien, 29/06/2015 - 30/06/2015, .

Reframing nationalism, citizenship and gender : - reflections on contemporary European nationalisms . / Siim, Birte; Stoltz, Pauline.

2015. Afhandling præsenteret på Being a citizen in Europe, Zagreb, Kroatien.

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaper uden forlag/tidsskriftForskningpeer review

TY - CONF

T1 - Reframing nationalism, citizenship and gender

T2 - - reflections on contemporary European nationalisms

AU - Siim, Birte

AU - Stoltz, Pauline

N1 - Being a Citizen in Europe, bEUcitizen conference, Zagreb 29-30 June.

PY - 2015/6/30

Y1 - 2015/6/30

N2 - 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 securization, 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.

AB - 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 securization, 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.

KW - intersektional approaches

KW - DScandinavian nationalisms

KW - welfare nationalism

KW - welfare

KW - migration

KW - right wing populism

KW - In/exclusion

KW - gender equality

KW - women's rights

KW - Social Democracy

KW - social justice

UR - http://www.beucitizen2015.eu/

M3 - Paper without publisher/journal

ER -

Siim B, Stoltz P. Reframing nationalism, citizenship and gender: - reflections on contemporary European nationalisms . 2015. Afhandling præsenteret på Being a citizen in Europe, Zagreb, Kroatien.