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The SAGE handbook of European studies /

This handbook promotes the increasing diversity of perspectives employed in the study of contemporary Europe and EU integration and is situated in the context of Europe's transformations. It offers balanced coverage of political, social, economic cultural and institutional dimensions of Europe.

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Sage Knowledge.
Other Authors: Rumford, Chris, 1958-
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Los Angeles [CA] ; London : SAGE, 2009.
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Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: The Stuff of European Studies / Chris Rumford
  • Europe Transformed, 1945-2000 / Charles Tilly
  • The European Heritage: History, Memory, and Time / Gerard Delanty
  • Europe Beyond East and West / William Outhwaite
  • Postcolonial Europe, or Understanding Europe in Times of the Postcolonial / Gurminder K. Bhambra
  • Supranational Governance / Ben Rosamond
  • National Interests / Jeffrey Lewis
  • Markets / Michelle Egan
  • Law and Justice / Lisa Conant
  • Institutionalizing Democracy: Facing up to a Common Future / Dimitris N. Chryssochoou
  • Competing Visions of European Union / Craig Parsons
  • Enlargement and the Meaning of Europe / John McCormick
  • Uses and Abuses of the Concept of Integration / Philomena Murray
  • Economic Growth and Global Competitiveness: From Rome to Maastricht to Lisbon / Amy Verdun
  • Agricultural Policy and Protectionism / Wyn Grant
  • Europe and Global Governance / Jose M. Magone
  • The Geopolitics of European Freedom and Security / John Agnew
  • Nationalism and Transnationalism / Victor Roudometof
  • Migration, Minorities and Marginality: New Directions in Europe Migration Research / Franck Düvell
  • Citizenship, Democracy and the Public Sphere / John Erik Fossum
  • Social Movements / Donatella della Porta
  • Multiculturalism and Public Culture: A Historical Critique / Nick Stevenson
  • Religion: Towards a Postsecular Europe? / Effie Fokas
  • Welfare State Formation in the Enlarged European Union: Patterns of Reform in Postcommunist States / Susanne Fuchs and Claus Offe
  • Cities and Territorial Competitiveness / Neil Brenner
  • Regions and Regional Dynamics / Anssi Paasi
  • Europe's Borders / William Walters
  • An Intellectual Homeland: Governing Mobilities and Space in European Education / Martin Lawn
  • Network Europe and the Information Society / Barrie Axford
  • The Contrasting Fortunes of European Studies and EU Studies: Grounds for Reconciliation? / Francis McGowan
  • Normative Power Europe: A Transdisciplinary Approach to European Studies / lan Manners
  • Europe as a Postemotional Idea
  • or, 'Upon Us All There Still Lies "the Curse of Cromwell"' / Stjepan G. Mestrovic
  • Understanding the Real Europe: A Cosmopolitan Vision / Ulrich Beck
  • The Mountain Comes to Muhammad: Global Islam in Provincial Europe / Faisal Devji
  • Cosmopolitan Europe and European Studies / Craig Calhoun.