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• An all-star team of authors explore the politics of European identity from a range of perspectives • Examines how the recent EU enlargements into Eastern Europe have fundamentally changed European identity politics.
1. The politicization of European identities Jeffrey T. Checkel and Peter J. Katzenstein; Part I. European Identity as Project: 2. Political identity in a community of strangers Dario Castiglione; 3. Experimental identities (after Maastricht) Douglas R. Holmes; 4. The public sphere and the European Union`s political identity Juan Díez Medrano; Part II. European Identity as Process: 5. Being European: East and West Holly Case; 6. Who are the Europeans and how does this matter for politics? Neil Fligstein; 7. Immigration, migration, and free movement in the making of Europe Adrian Favell; Part III. European Identity in Context: 8. Identification with Europe and politicization of the EU since the 1980s Hartmut Kaelble; 9. Conclusion - European identity in context Peter J. Katzenstein and Jeffrey T. Checkel.
"This is the kind of volume that will fascinate scholars of European politics - and beyond. It demonstrates the multiplicity of European identities, the combination of the hopes and fears that have been braided around these identities, and the different kinds of politics that have defined and redefined its possibilities and perils as viewed from different European spaces. European Identity is less a summary of what we think we know and more of a road map for future scholarship." (Professor Michael Barnett, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota)
"This timely book advances two significant claims. First, European identity has become inevitably politicized and contested. Second, next to the modern, enlightened vision of Europe, a much more xenophobic and populist identity construction has emerged, with ‘Europe to the Europeans’ as its rallying cry. Checkel and Katzenstein have collected an impressive group of authors. Their book serves as a huge question mark to the conventional wisdom that the Europeanization of identities is a benign and uncontested process of post-modern nation-building." (Professor Dr Thomas Risse, Co-ordinator, Research Center ‘Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood’ and Director, Center for Transnational Relations, Foreign and Security Policy, Freie Universität Berlin)
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