European citizenship between national legacies and postnational projects
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001
EDER, Klaus, GIESEN, Bernhard (editor/s), European citizenship between national legacies and postnational projects, Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/35317
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Is there a common ground on which a European citizenship can be constructed? This volume looks at four foundations of citizenship in Europe: the legacy of national identities, current designs and projects for social and political citizenship in Europe, a transitional public space as the basis of an active European citizenship, and a transitional collective identity as a symbolic boundary marker for European citizenship.
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction European Citizenship: An Avenue for the Social Integration of Europe, Bernhard Giesen & Klaus Eder -- Part I. National Legacies of Belonging: The Tradition of Citizenship in Europe -- Citizenship, Subjecthood, Nationality: Concepts of Belonging in the Age of Modern Nation States, Dieter Gosewinkel -- National Identity and Citizenship: The Cases of Germany and France, Bernhard Giesen -- Part II. Projects for Full Citizenship in the Euro-Polity -- Citizenship and the European Union, Klaus Von Beyme -- The Scope of Citizenship in a Democratized European Union: From Economic to Political to Social and Cultural?, Philippe C. Schmitter -- Citizenship under regime Competition: The Case of the 'European Works Councils', Wolfgang Streeck -- Part III. Citizenship Participation in a European Public Space -- Changing Boundaries of Participation in European Public Spheres: Reflections on Citizenship and Civil Society, Yasemin Soysal -- Requirements of a European Public Sphere: Civil Society, Self, and the Institutionalization of Citizenship, Carlos Closa -- Part IV. Postnational Projects of Belonging: The Question of a European Identity -- The European Union: Economic and Political Integration and Cultural Plurality, M. Rainer Lepsius -- Integration through Culture? The Paradox of the Search for a European Identity, Klaus Eder -- Conclusion Citizenship and the making of a European Society: From the Political to the Social Integration of Europe, Klaus Eder & Bernhard Giesen
This volume is a product of a year-long collaborative project "the European Forum on Citizenship" in the academic year 1995/96 at the European University Institute.
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LC Subject Heading: European Union; Citizenship -- European Union countries; Group identity -- European Union countries