Tom Nairn is Research Professor in the Politics Department of Durham University and was a Professor of Nationalism and Social Diversity at Austrailia's RMIT 2002 - 2010
Published in: HomeScotland and Europe, Iris Murdoch and Antonio Gramsci: an interview with Tom Nairn
From The left against Europe to The break up of Britain, Tom Nairn's essays have been far-sighted and era-defining...
Old nation, new age
When it comes to countries in the modern world, is bigger really better?
A nation's blueprint? Introduction to "The case for left wing nationalism"
A posthumous collection of the writings by one of Scotland’s most distinguished advocates of independence, Stephen...
Frontiers: a re-evaluation
For advocates of globalisation, the 'frontier' is often presented as an obstacle to universal freedom. But as the...
Fate of the First Born? English nationalism and Euroscepticism
One of the most respected contemporary voices on nationalism gives his take on an important new book exploring the...