Monthly Archives: July 2016

Imag(in)ing Europe: Full Program

The concept of Europe remains elusive. In current public debates European culture or European civilization is often characterized by way of an accumulation of heritage, an identifiable or even measurable set of shared values, a common identity, or a core ideal. At the same time, both Europeanness and the idea of a shared civilization are […]

REMAPPING CENTRE AND PERIPHERY ASYMMETRICAL ENCOUNTERS IN EUROPEAN AND GLOBAL CONTEXT, 1500-2000 23-24 June 2016 Conference Report

The timing could not be more apposite. Reflecting on historical mechanisms of cultural and intellectual exchange between centers and peripheries on the day of the EU referendum, with Britain on the cusp of a historical – to say the least – decision, which may, among other things, relegate one of the world’s largest economies into […]

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