All Stories

  1. White Identity and Ethno-Traditional Nationalism in Trump’s America
  2. Why evidence, not narrative, must guide us: Responding to my critics
  3. Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit? A Survey Experiment
  4. Eric Kaufmann and W. Bradford Wilcox (eds.),Whither the Child? Causes and Consequences of Low Fertility
  5. Land, history or modernization? Explaining ethnic fractionalization
  6. Robert D. Kaplan:The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us about Coming Conflicts and the Battle against Fate
  7. Anyone for a Warm Cup of Coffee?
  8. Jack A. Goldstone, Eric P. Kaufmann, and Monica Duffy Toft (eds.):Political Demography: How Population Changes Are Reshaping International Security and National Politics
  9. VivianIbrahim and MargitWunsch (eds) Political Leadership, Nations and CharismaLondon: Routledge, 2012, 208 pp. £80.00 hbk
  10. Contemporary Majority Nationalism - Contemporary Majority Nationalism, Alain-G. Gagnon, André Lecours and Geneviève Nootens, eds., Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2011, pp. 248.
  11. Primordialists and constructionists: a typology of theories of religion
  12. The Northern Ireland Peace Process in an Age of Austerity
  13. American political affiliation, 2003–43: A cohort component projection
  14. Eric Kaufmann: Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth? Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century
  15. Moneyball: Can Sports Statistics Save Political Studies?
  16. The Demography of Ethnic Conflict
  17. Demographic Change and Conflict in Northern Ireland: Reconciling Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence
  18. Reflections on the Swiss Sonderfall
  19. Ethno-national conflict and its management
  20. A Review of “Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?: Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century”
  21. Sacralisation by Stealth? The Demography of De-secularisation
  22. Book Review: Eric P. Kaufmann, The Orange Order: A Contemporary History, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2007; xv + 373pp.; £32.00 hbk; ISBN 9780199208487
  23. Day of Empire: How Hyperpowers Rise to Global Dominance—and Why They Fall
  24. For Kin and Country: Xenophobia, Nationalism and War by Stephen M. Saideman and R. William Ayres
  25. Eric P. Kaufmann. The Orange Order: A Contemporary Northern Irish History. New York: Oxford University Press. Pp. xv+373. $55.00 (cloth).
  26. Themed section on dominant groups
  27. Dominant ethnicity: from minority to majority
  28. Reply: on the importance of distinguishing dominant ethnicity from nationalism
  29. The Orange Order: A Contemporary Northern Irish History. By Eric Kaufmann.
  30. Unionism and Orangeism in Northern Ireland since 1945 – By Henry Patterson and Eric Kaufmann
  31. The lenses of nationhood: an optical model of identity
  32. The Orange Order: A Contemporary Northern Irish History By Eric P. Kaufmann
  33. Debate on John Hutchinson's Nations as Zones of Conflict
  34. Book Reviews
  35. Intra-Party Support for the Good Friday Agreement in the Ulster Unionist Party
  36. A Reply to Eric Kaufmann
  37. 'Dominant ethnicity' and the 'ethnic-civic' dichotomy in the work of A. D. Smith
  38. The Rise of Cosmopolitanism in the 20th-century West: A Comparative-historical Perspective on the United States and European Union¹
  39. Nativist Cosmopolitans: Institutional Reflexivity and the Decline of "Double-Consciousness" in American Nationalist Thought
  40. Liberal ethnicity: beyond liberal nationalism and minority rights
  41. American Exceptionalism Reconsidered: Anglo-Saxon Ethnogenesis in the “Universal” Nation, 1776–1850
  42. The sensory basis of historical analysis: A reply to post‐structuralism
  43. “Naturalizing the Nation”: The Rise of Naturalistic Nationalism in the United States and Canada
  44. In Search of the Authentic Nation: Landscape and National Identity in Canada and Switzerland
  45. Condemned to rootlessness: The loyalist origins of Canada's identity crisis
  46. Ethnic and State History as Determinant of Ethnic Fractionalization
  47. Why Ethnicity is Linked to Civil War: The Case for, and Limits of, Perennialism