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New in 2001!
An International Journal

Editors Stephen May and Tariq Modood 
University of Bristol, UK

There is currently a burgeoning interest in both sociology and
politics around questions of ethnicity, nationalism and related issues
such as identity politics and minority rights. Ethnicities is a new
cross-disciplinary journal that will provide a critical dialogue
between these debates in sociology and politics, and related
disciplines. Ethnicities has three broad aims, each of which will add
a new and distinctive dimension to the academic analysis of ethnicity,
nationalism, identity politics and minority rights.

A Journal of Sociology and Politics 
Ethnicities aims to achieve a critical nexus between the disciplines
of sociology and politics with respect to debates on ethnicity,
nationalism and identity politics. These debates have until recently
been largely constrained within disciplinary boundaries, resulting in
the two disciplines 'talking past each other' with respect to such
issues. Consideration of the interconnections between ethnicity and
other forms of identity also lends itself to an even wider
interdisciplinarity. As such, the journal aims to encourage work from
a wide range of related disciplines, including anthropology, Black
studies, cultural studies, education, gender studies, geography,
history, law, literary and media studies, philosophy and social

A Journal of Culture and Structure
Ethnicities aims to explore the complex interconnections between
culture and socio-economic structure with respect to the mobilisation
of ethnicity, other social movements, and the implications of such
mobilisation(s) for modern nation-states. In this sense, it aims
specifically to bring together the more 'traditional' materialist
emphases and concerns of 'race' and ethnicity studies, with the wider
theoretical debates (both sociological and political) on the
(re)construction of democratic societies. In so doing, it will also
explore the interface between modernist and postmodernist debates on
such issues.

An International Journal
Ethnicities will have a truly international reach, as reflected in the
composition and research expertise of the Editorial and International
Advisory Boards. The journal welcomes discussion of any country or
region of the world, as well as transnational and diasporic contexts.
Contributors are encouraged to set their work, wherever possible, in a
transnational and/or transregional perspective.

Topics Will Include
* minorities and the nation-state * multiculturalism * culture, class
and representation * gender and ethnicity * citizenship, universalism
and difference * minority rights and political representation * hybrid
and multiple identities * racism and antiracism * ethnicity and
socio-economic equality * diasporic movements * transnational networks
* indigenous movements * language and ethnicity * education and
cultural pluralism * colonialism and postcolonialism * whiteness *
religious mobilisation and conflict * regulation of ethnic conflict *
ethnonationalisms * ethnicity, nationalism and globalisation

Call for Papers
Articles are now being sought for the early issues of the journal.
Articles should not normally exceed 8,000
words. Review articles (which must be approved in advance with the
editors) should not normally exceed 4000 words. Authors are required
to submit 4 copies of their work, and must include an abstract of
100-150 words on a separate sheet. The 'Harvard' system of referencing
should be used in the text (e.g. Smith, 1999: 20-1) and bibliography
(e.g. Smith, J. (1999). Title. Place of Publication: Publisher.)
Articles for the journal, review articles, and books for review should
be addressed to:
Stephen May & Tariq Modood
Editors, Ethnicities, Sociology Department,
University of Bristol, 12 Woodland Road,
Bristol BS8 1UQ, UK
Email: ethnicities-journal@bristol.ac.uk
Website: http:/www.bristol.ac.uk/Depts/Sociology

Stephen May and Tariq Modood University of Bristol, UK

Craig Calhoun Social Science Research Council, New York, USA
Troy Duster New York University, USA
Min Zhou University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Thomas Hylland Eriksen University of Oslo, Norway
Stuart Hall Goldsmiths College, London, UK
Patricia Hill Collins University of Cincinnati, USA
Will Kymlicka Queens University, Kingston, Canada
Iris Marion Young University of Pittsburgh, USA

Ien Ang University of Western Sydney, Nepean, Australia
Alastair Bonnett University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Rogers Brubaker University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Frank Dik+tter School of Oriental and African Studies, London, UK
Cynthia Enloe Clark University, Worcester, USA
Adrian Favell University of Sussex, Falmer, UK
Amy Gutmann Princeton University, USA
R Enrique Hamel Autonoma Metropoliitana, Mexico City, Mexico
Miroslav Hroch Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Joel S Kahn La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
Riva Kastoryano CNRS, Paris, France
Mahmood Mamdani Columbia University, New York, USA
Douglas Massey University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA
Ali Mazrui SUNY, Binghmampton, USA
Peter McLaren University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Mohammad Waseem Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Joane Nagel University of Kansas, USA
T K Oommen Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Bhikhu Parekh University of Hull, UK
Jan Nederveen Pieterse Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The
Ralph Premdas University of the West Indies at Trinidad
Linda Tuhiwai Smith University of Auckland, New Zealand
Yasemin Soysal University of Essex, Colchester, UK
Nigel Thrift University of Bristol, UK
James Tully University of Victoria, Canada
Bryan S Turner University of Cambridge, UK
Mary Waters Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
William Julius Wilson Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
Nira Yuval-Davis University of Greenwich, London, UK

Rohit Barot, Harriet Bradley, Steve Fenton, Vernon Hewitt,
Stephen May, Tariq Modood, Judith Squires all University of Bristol,

Joanne Haynes University of Bristol, UK

ISSN: 1468-7968
Published 3 times a year in April, August, December * First issue
April 2001

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