Europe Old and New Transnationalism, Belonging, Xenophobia

ISBN-10: 074255516X
ISBN-13: 9780742555167
Edition: 2008
Authors: Ray Taras
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List price: $31.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/31/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 266
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction: Europe Old and New
Differentiating the Old from the New
The Values Gap or Values Convergence?
An Analytic Framework for Studying East-West Differences: Fusing Institutional, Discursive, and Cultural Perspectives
A European Experience: One Trajectory
Europe's Institutions and Millennial Expansion
Inevitable Convergence?
The Integrationist Momentum of the West
Elites on Integration after Maastricht
EU Institutions after the 2007 Lisbon Treaty
The Communist legacy in the East
Quarreling over Institutions in an Enlarging EU
From Copenhagen Conditions to Copenhagen Agreement
Conflict over a Constitution
Hammering Out the 2007 Lisbon Treaty
Setting Standards or Double Standards?
Metacultural Presumptions of European Elites
Constructions of Europe
Metacultural Discourses of Political Elites
Many Europes
Overcoming Many Europes: Transnationalism, Europeanness, and Cosmopolitanism as Ideals
Europe at Fifty
The Politics of Phobias
Immigration and Xenophobia: The Formative Years
Immigrant Assertiveness and Its Backlash
Mapping Xenophobia and Transnationalism
Xenophobia, Its Offshoots, and Integration
Xenophobia in Europe Compared
Paranoia in the West
New Europe's New Moral Compass?
Paranoia in New Europe: The Special Case of Poland
Transnationalism in the East: Ukraine?
European Publics and Their Phobias
Attitudes and Platitudes
Discriminatory Practices in New Europe
Rage against the Newcomer
Citizenship and Exclusion in Germany
Attitudes towards Foreigners in Germany
Attitudes towards Foreigners in Poland
Even in Scandinavia?
Ethnic Hierarchies
Muslims in Old Europe
Muslims in Britain: Contradictory Experiences
European Public Opinion on Muslims
Anti-Americanism as Marker of European Identity
Typologies of Anti-Americanism
Narrations of Home across Borders
Cultural Production in an Enlarged europe
The European Expanses of Mircea Cartarescu
Home for Makine: From the Atlantic to beyond the Urals
Identity Loss in Europe: Dubravka Ugresic
Plays about Emigres in New and Old Europe
Narrating Europe's Phobias
How the East Was to Be Civilized
Paranoia in Ismail Kadare's Balkans
Ozdamar's Linguistic Homes East and West
Self-Loathing and Antipathies in Maslowska's Poland
The Equal-Opportunity Antipathies of Houellebecq
The Anti-Religious Views of Old Europe's Essayists
The Enduring Appeal of the Culturally Bounded Home
Diversity and Integration in the National Home
A Transnational Home for Old and New Europe?
The Myth of Unity out of Diversity
Sources and Suggestions for Further Reading
Index
About the Author

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