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Cosmopolitan Europe: Postcolonial Interventions And Global Transitions [chapter]

Sandra Ponzanesi
2018 Zenodo  
The notion of Cosmopolitan Europe implies a revisitation of both the terms 'cosmopolitanism' and 'Europe'. Both terms are highly contested and subject to various critiques.  ...  As a result Cosmopolitan Europe emerges as a necessary aspirational concept that allows Europe to include difference without renouncing its commitment to equality and social justice.  ...  Whether we want to define Europe as an identity, a political project, a financial unit or a securitized bulwark, the oft-recited mantra of 'Fortress Europe' being predicated upon the motto of 'Unity in  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1437759 fatcat:up7fjl4cd5dmtlrpljxjosaw2m

To be or not to be a part of Europe: Appropriations of the symbolic borders of Europe in Slovenia

Sabina Mihelj
2005 Journal of Borderlands Studies  
The post-Cold-War transformation of Central and Eastern Europe involved a complex reconfiguration of existing collective identifications, territorial attachments and borders, which included both establishing  ...  immigration and citizenship policies related to the two major instances of immigration in Slovenia after the establishment of an independent Slovenian state in 1991: the arrival of Bosnian war refugees in 1992  ...  'Fortress Europe' -an Excuse for the Introduction of Restrictive Policy Measures The willing acceptance of the role of the 'border gendarme' of Europe, however, did not last long, nor was it accepted by  ... 
doi:10.1080/08865655.2005.9695646 fatcat:qp4qh4shmzcyfp3jl3qu27ra7i

Transcarpathia: Peripheral Region at the 'Centre of Europe'

Judy Batt
2002 Regional & Federal Studies  
or Several?'  ...  April 2000 -of whatever ethnic group -posed the question in similar, agonised terms: 'How can Europe do this to us? We are the centre of Europe, but Europe is betraying us'.  ...  Complementary or at odds?, 'One Europe or Several?'' Briefing Note No. 2/01, February 2001 .  ... 
doi:10.1080/714004744 fatcat:bqu7gjygqjfnpasa2nctw6spva

Introduction: Toward a Transnational History of Islam and Muslims in Interwar Europe [chapter]

Götz Nordbruch, Umar Ryad
2014 Transnational Islam in Interwar Europe  
Is wine drinking useful or necessary for the people of Europe?  ...  In The Middle East & Europe: Encounters and Exchanges , edited by Geert Jan van Gelder and Ed de Moor, 147-166. Amsterdam: Radopi, 1992. Mubarak, Zaki. Zikriyyat Baris.  ... 
doi:10.1057/9781137387042_1 fatcat:mosewwefbbaznm5k5gckir7ycq

Education in Europe - Cultures, Values, Institutions in Transition

Christoph Wulf
2002 Social Science Research Network  
In the context of the European Union such a process has the impact of avoiding the development of a 'Fortress Europe'.  ...  At the other end of the continuum at European Union level this process may help to avoid the development of a Fortress Europe which excludes connections with the wider world.  ...  Instructive for the German system are the results of Kellermann and Windolf (Kellermam 1986; Windolf 1992) .  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3631630 fatcat:5gtepqtlovc7tdhtwijx5bclne

Structures and Forms of Existence [chapter]

2021 The Pechenegs: Nomads in the Political and Cultural Landscape of Medieval Europe  
Noonan 1992, 311. 143 DAI II 6-8, (p. 50/51).  ...  Liu Mau-Tsai 1958, 395-396; Dąbrowski 1975, 34; Barfield 1992, 47, 64-67, 133, 154; Gumilev 1997, 33; 1992, 23; 1993, 146. 437 Amm.Marc., XXXI 2.11 (p. 386).  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004441095_006 fatcat:5f5b5lf6dzfs7a5ttfxudlh6pe

Screwing the System: Sexwork, Race, and the Law

Anne McClintock
1992 Boundary 2  
1992 by Duke University Press. CCC 0190-3659/92/$1.50.  ...  By thinking of the "primitive" (inventing the "primitive"), the idea of erotic deviance was constituted in Europe to serve a specifically modern form of social dominance.  ...  In 1992, borders within the "European Fortress" will be opened to all workers but not to prostitutes.  ... 
doi:10.2307/303534 fatcat:cflvgukdjba53ftvtrqlivypcy

The political frontiers of Europe as a civil society: J. Habermas' rejection of a European Volk and M. Foucault's balance of power as protections against European nation‐state

Machiel Karskens
2008 Limes Cultural Regionalistics  
Seen from the outside, however, and in the world of geopolitics, Europe is a political power with closed borders and excluding frontiers.  ...  Foucault, it is argued that the idea of Europe is, first of all, the ideal of an unlimited civil society. Human rights, the rule of law and the legal European institutions are its political backbone.  ...  The emergence of an immigration problem in the EU, and the creation of the Fortress Europe are proofs of this exclusive closure.  ... 
doi:10.3846/2029-0187.2008.1.186-198 fatcat:uxp6ydazrrhg5g6jhtahjjmxnu

Book reviews

Redactie KITLV
1992 NWIG  
Moreover, Martinique is a society undergoing dramatic change in the context of its stepped up participation in post-1992 Europe.  ...  What repercussions will "Europe 1992" have for the Dutch Caribbean? And the bottom line: is there any reason to expect that these small territories will ever become viable independent states?  ...  This book is most useful to Caribbeanists or Indian diaspora specialists for its social and historical information.  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002001 fatcat:t2ogo7l3tffjhacvaeosc6rhxi

Migration, Knowledge Exchange and Academic Cultures. Europe and the Black Sea Region until World War I [article]

Ristovska-Josifovska, Biljana (ed.)
2021 Zenodo  
It is a part of the objectives of the research project "Knowledge Exchange and Academic Cultures in the Humanities: Europe and the Black Sea Region, Late 18 [...]  ...  the population movements across borders, scientific advancements conveyed through the transfer of objects and the exchange of knowledge in practical contexts between the Black Sea Region and Western Europe  ...  [1501 -N.A.], His Highness [Ismail I] called his great emirs and asked them: -Do you need Gulustan fortress or the throne of Azerbaijan?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5716499 fatcat:zsvjuahbsbeopl65narfqf7y3u

The Secret History of the Hakkas: The Chinese Revolution as a Hakka Enterprise

Mary S. Erbaugh
1992 The China Quarterly  
Eighty per cent of Meixian males were literate a century ago, while many Hakkas studied in Europe or Japan.  ...  Many still live in huge adobe or stone fortresses (tulou), elegantly-designed multi-storey circular complexes, some built as recently as the Cultural Revolution.  ...  The only probable Hakka on the 1989 Politburo was Yang Rudai (Renshou, Sichuan), who retired in 1992. No Hakka sits on the Standing Committee.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0305741000045495 fatcat:gb34muokffalfkpyzwumictozm

Nylon Curtain — Transnational And Transsystemic Tendencies In The Cultural Life Of State-Socialist Russia And East-Central Europe

György Péteri
2004 Slavonica  
cynical Oriental or as a simple, fraternal, rough-hewn man of the people.  ...  Architecture and Ideology in Eastern Europe During the Stalin Era: An Aspect of Cold War History, trans. by Anders Åman and Roger and Kerstin Tanner (Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1992), p. 165.  ...  By implication, the emptiness points at Witold's dual stance: is he insincere and trivial, or drained of energy and emotion, or perhaps both?  ... 
doi:10.1179/sla.2004.10.2.113 fatcat:asdcg6joxvh55ezlkk6rgky7hu

A history of Russian literature

1992 ChoiceReviews  
towards Europe.  ...  They run their heads against fortress walls, and the walls crumble before them.  ...  Garchine is no declaimer,'he gives us no showy tirades or phrases.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.29-5588 fatcat:ycmzgqzokvbmfopjfomzsnrrju

"Either I Close My Eyes or I Don't" [chapter]

Daniel Kanstroom
2021 Beyond Borders  
Conte, Crackdown on NGOs and Volunteers Helping Refugees and Other Migrants, www (ReSOMA, June 2019). 2 Amnesty International, Punishing Compassion: Solidarity on Trial in Fortress  ...  Europe (2020), 3 Ibid. 13 "Italy's Code of Conduct for NGOs Involved in Migrant Rescue: Text," Euronews, March 8, 2017,  ...  prosecuted in Europe for facilitating irregular entry and transit, and eighteen were investigated or prosecuted for facilitating the stay or residence of migrants and asylum seekers. 30 ursuant to the  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108914994.010 fatcat:wm4nm7fwxnbdvpxzuumuibeqim

Solidarity as a unifying idea in building an East Asian community: toward an ethos of collective responsibility1

Sunhyuk Kim, Hans Schattle
2012 The Pacific Review  
In outlining aspirations for a united Europe, the document also argued: 'Europe will not be made all at once, or according to a single plan.  ...  It remains to be seen whether Hatoyama's ideas of fraternity and solidarity turn out to be as ephemeral as his government or will regenerate in such a way that eventually influences the actual process  ... 
doi:10.1080/09512748.2012.685089 fatcat:yjlyxkogjvbinl32ywihpeohp4
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