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Europe in Its Own Eyes, Europe in the Eyes of the Other

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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

What is Europe? Who is European? What do Europe and European identity mean in the twenty-first century? This collection of sixteen essays seeks to answer these questions by focusing on Europe as it is seen through its own eyes and through the eyes of others across a variety of cultural texts, including sport, film, literature, dance, cartography, and fashion. These texts, as interpreted here by emerging researchers as well as well-established scholars, enable us to engage with European identities in the plural and to understand what these identities mean in larger cultural and political contexts. The interdisciplinary focus of this volume permits an exploration of European identity that reaches beyond the area of European studies to incorporate understandings of identity from the viewpoints of both insider and other. Contributors explore diverse understandings of what it means to be "other" to a country, a culture, a society, or a subgroup.This book offers a fresh perspective on the evolving concept of identity in the context of Europe past, present, and future and expands on the existing literature by considering the political tensions and social implications of the development of European identity, as well as its literary, artistic, and cultural manifestations.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction;
Yet Another American Exceptionalism: The Minor Role of Counter-Cosmopolitan Fan Behavior in North American Venues Compared to Their Salient Quotidian Existence in Europes Soccer Stadiums;
French Jewish Identity, 19171931: The Story of Edmond Fleg;
European Civilizations, Indigenous Peoples, &
Hegel;
Defending Europe: Serbian &
Croatian Narratives of European Identity &
the Otherization of the East;
Diversity in the Homeland: The Changing Meaning of Transylvania in Mihail Sebastians The Accident;
"Rome Was in Ruins": Transatlantic Urbanism in Hellers Catch-22;
Postcards from Europe: Representations of (Western) Europe in Romanian Travel Writing, 1960-2010;
On the Ruins of Memory in Miron Bialoszewskis A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising;
The Dynamics of European Identity: Maps, Bodies, Views;
Images of Europe: Europe in Its Own Eyes;
Neighbourhood Identity &
the Larger World: Emir Kusturicas Underground;
Italian Food on Foreign Tables: Giacomo Castlevetros Exile;
Mediterranean Seafaring: Pelagic Encounters of Otherness in Contemporary Italian Cinema;
Branding Berlin as Euro-Chic;
Dancing Up a Storm: Canadian Dance Performances during the Berlin Olympic Games, 1936;
Conclusion.

Portrait

David B. MacDonald is an associate professor in political science at the University of Guelph. His publications include Introduction to Politics (co-author, forthcoming 2012), The Bush Leadership, the Power of Ideas and the War on Terror (co-editor, forthcoming 2012), Identity Politics in the Age of Genocide (2008), and Thinking History (2009). His website is www.davidbmacdonald.com. Mary-Michelle DeCoste is an associate professor of Italian studies at the University of Guelph, and in 2010 she held a Craig Hugh Smyth Visiting Fellowship at Villa I Tatti, Harvard Universitys Centre for Italian Renaissance Studies, Florence, Italy. Publications include Hopeless Love: Boiardo, Ariosto, and Narratives of Queer Female Desire (2009), as well as articles in journals Quaderni dItalianistica and Heliotropia and chapters in a number of edited books.
EAN: 9781554588404
ISBN: 1554588405
Untertitel: b/w illus. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Wilfrid Laurier University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2014
Seitenanzahl: 322 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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