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dc.contributor.authorROMERO, Federico
dc.identifier.citationJournal of European Integration History, 2011, 17, 2, 333-335en
dc.description.abstractAs a specific field of historical enquiry, the history of European integration is seldom integrated in the larger historical narratives on the waning of Soviet Communism, the rise and fall of the Third World project, or the restructuring of the international economy over the last third of the 20th century. Five scholars discuss the prospects and difficulties of contextualizing it, and possibly re-conceptualizing it, in a closer dialogue with ongoing historical scholarship on post-colonialism, globalization, Cold War history and other relevant international and transnational history subfields.en
dc.titleIntroduction (to 'The International History of European Integration in the Long 1970s. A roundtable discussion on research issues, methodologies, and directions')en

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