European Union History: Themes and Debates

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W. Kaiser, A. Varsori
Springer, 6 mai 2010 - 268 pages
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An accessible yet thorough look at how historians and social scientists have thought and written about the history of the present-day European Union, and the main themes of their research and debates. Essential reading for historians of Europe and social scientists of the European Union alike.
 

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Table des matières

Introduction
1
Origins and Operation of Research Networks
6
Publication Trends
26
Contemporary History Meets European Studies
45
Federalist Perspectives
66
Understanding National European Policy
85
Charting the Development of a Supranational Political System
109
7 European Rescue of the NationState? Tracingthe Role of Economics and Business
128
8 Formation of a European Society? Exploring Social and Cultural Dimensions
150
Assessing the American Role
169
Conceptualizing the External Dimension
190
Bibliography
209
Index
245
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MICHAEL GEHLER Professor of Modern History, University of Hildesheim, Germany MARK GILBERT Associate Professor of Contemporary History, University of Trento, Italy GIULIANO GARAVINI Lecturer of History of International Relations, the University of Calabria, Italy PIERS LUDLOW Reader in International History, London School of Economics, UK LORENZO MECHI Senior Lecturer of History of International Relations, the University of Padova, Italy DANIELE PASQUINUCCI Associate Professor of Contemporary History, the University of Siena, Italy MORTEN RASMUSSEN Assistant Professor, the Saxo Institute at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark KATJA SEIDEL Postdoctoral Research Fellow, the German Historical Institute in Paris, France

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