Transnational Europe: Promise, Paradox, Limits

Hardcover | August 15, 2011

EditorJoan Debardeleben, Achim Hurrelmann

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Transnational connections are a defining feature of contemporary Europe. They include cross-border economic and cultural exchange, migration, and political activism. This volume probes their political and social significance and makes a case for incorporating transnationalism more systematically into the research agenda of European Studies.

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Transnational connections are a defining feature of contemporary Europe. They include cross-border economic and cultural exchange, migration, and political activism. This volume probes their political and social significance and makes a case for incorporating transnationalism more systematically into the research agenda of European Stu...

JOAN DEBARDELEBEN is Chancellor's Professor in the Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at Carleton University, Canada. She is also Director of the Centre for European Studies. She is the editor and contributing author to numerous volumes. Her recent publications deal with EU–Russian relations and with Russian politics...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.86 × 5.77 × 0.98 inPublished:August 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230241689

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Table of Contents

Introduction; A.Hurrelmann& J.DeBardeleben
PART I TRANSNATIONALISM IN EUROPEAN STUDIES: CONCEPTUAL PERSPECTIVES
Transnationalism and the Theory of European Integration: Political Science Perspectives; A.Hurrelmann
Transnationalism and the Political Sociology of European Transformation: Bringing People Back In; C.Rumford
PART II TRANSNATIONAL GOVERNANCE: POLICY MAKING AND INTEREST MOBILIZATION
Transnationalism in European Governance and Policy Making; I.Tömmel
The Emergence of a Public Sphere for the European Union: Prospects for
Transnationalism through Mass Media Communication?; P.Statham
Protest in the EU: a Path toward Democracy?; D.Chabanet
European Integration and Transnational Labor Markets; N.Lillie
East European Transformations and the Paradoxes of Transnationalization; D.Bohle
PART III TRANSNATIONAL SPACES, COMMUNITIES, AND IDENTITIES
Historicizing the Nation: Transnational Approaches to the Recent European Past; J.Casteel
Integrating Migrants beyond the Nation-State? The Paradoxical Effects of Including
Newcomers in a European Social and Cultural Community; O.Schmidtke
Managing Ambivalence and Identity: Immigration Discourses and (Trans-)National
Identities in the European Union; R.Gould
Muslim Migration, Institutional Development, and the Geographic Imagination:
the Aga Khan Development Network’s Global Transnationalism; K.H.Karim
The Social Lives of Borders: Political Economy at the Edge of the EU; A.Simonyi& J.Allina-Pisano
The Awkward Divide: Paradoxes of Transnationality at the Polish–Ukrainian Border; K.Szmagalska-Follis
Conclusion; J.DeBardeleben& A.Hurrelmann