Background: The ENMISA Program || The IPSR Symposium || ISA8 Minn. Plan 
Documents:  Enclave Nationalism || Enclave Nationalism || Who's Indigenous || Gurr comments || Gurr2 comments || Tilley comments || The PER Report || Hall's comments || Response to Hall's Comments
Papers prepared for the Panel: || Hall's paper -- Indigenes || Paper by Lyon and Ucarer -- Kurds || Riggs' Paper -- e'claves || Squires' paper -- Scotts || Orbach's paper [under construction] || Wilmer's paper 
Draft Plan for ISA 99 (Washington, DC)
For planning the ENMISA-sponsored double panel on
By Fred W. Riggs
Contains links to the abstracts already available, plus bio-data about
each participant. May include outline for papers, preliminary thoughts
about them, plus drafts and, eventually, the final papers. For an
overview see the general abstract
Ted Robert Gurr (chair),
Minorities at Risk
Thomas D. Hall , Incorporation of
Indigenes: Toward A Comparative Perspective
|| text of Hall's
paper ~~ Some thoughts on terminology: Hall's comments || Response to Hall's
comments || Mail to Hall ||
Link to his home page
Alynna J. Lyon, Kurdish Separatism in
France and Germany. || Paper by Lyon and
Ucarer Mail to:Lyon
Harold Orbach. Native
American "Indigenous" Peoples: The Complexities of the Historical
Residue of Colonialism, Conquest and Nation-Building. Mail to Orbach
Fred W. Riggs. Indigenous Peoples and
Ethnic Nations: Concept of E'claves text
Mail to:.Riggs Link to: Web Page .
Josephine Squires, Ethnic
Nationalism among the Scots. Mail to: Squires .
Majid Tehranian Tehranian
, Hawaii as a Global Metaphor. Mail to: Tehranian or Toda Institute
Virginia Tilley (discussant)
Mail to: Tilley .
Emek Ucarer || Paper by Lyon and Ucarer Kurdish Separatism in
France and Germany. Mail to: Ucarer
Native Wisdom: Indigenous Identity and Contemporary Rural Resistance in
the Americas Mail to:
Restructuring Indigenous-State Relations: What Indigenous Peoples Want.
Bibliographic references and Web sites at which information about enclave
nations can be found.
Minorities at Risk This comprehensive database, directed by Ted Gurr and Anne Pitsch, contains information about some 268 ethnopolitical groups, including most of the world's ethnic nations.
The Index for ETHNIC-L contains links to organizations and Web Sites promoting research on ethnic problems.
Texts, papers, reports, etc. relating to enclave nations (including
both indigenous peoples and other stateless nations .
PER Report on Kosovo Roundtable . The full text has been published as "The New York Roundtable," PER, 1 Palmer Square, Princeton, NJ 08542. To get a copy write Livia Plaks and explain why you want it. A digest is available here for use by members of the "Enclave Nations" panel.
For discussions about the meanings of indigenous, and of enclave and exclave see:  Enclaves || Who's Indigenous || Gurr comments || Gurr2 comments || Wilmer documents || Willmer's paper || Tilley Discourse || Hall's comments || Response to Hall's comments || Riggs' Paper 
"Transnationalization, socio-political disorder and ethnification as expressions of declining global hegemony." Paper by Friedman
"The Effects of Incorporation into World-Systems on Ethnic Processes: Lessons from the Ancient World for the Modern World." Paper by Hall
"Globalism, Localism and Islamism: The Dialectics of Migration and Identity." Paper by Tehranian
"Turmoil among Nations", a paper by Riggs
"The Modernity of Ethnic Identity and Conflict, a paper by Riggs
"The Para-Modern Context of Ethnic Nationalism", a paper by Riggs
Other papers suggested by participants will be added.
Glossaries and conceptual notes define and discuss key terms and concepts with links to texts where they are used. Contributions by participants are invited. To start, here are some examples:
A glossary based on the papers by Friedman, Hall, Riggs and Tehranian, listed above: IPSR glossary .
"Enclave Nationalism": a discussion of concepts generated by the PER Kosova Report
"Turmoil among Nations": a set of concept records introduced in this paper.
See linked pages:  The ENMISA Program || The IPSR Symposium || ISA8 Minn. Plan 
Documents:  Enclave Nationalism || Who's Indigenous || Gurr comments || Gurr2 comments || Tilley comments || The PER Report || Hall's comments || Response to Hall's Comments
Papers prepared for the Panel: || Hall's paper -- Indigenes || Paper by Lyon and Ucarer -- Kurds || Riggs' Paper -- e'claves  || Squires' paper -- Scotts || Wilmer's paper -- Indigenous || Orbach's paper [under construction]
Return to top of this page
Updated: 12 March 1998