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Europe without Borders: Remapping Territory, Citizenship, and Identity in a Transnational Age Hardcover – December 23, 2003
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"An eclectic mix of theoretical perspectives informs the chapters, from new quantitative approaches modeling identity to qualitative content analysis. This only adds to the richness and value of the volume" -- Choice
"The range of disciplines will please college-level readers studying modern European events." -- The Bookwatch
"A fascinating collection of eleven articles on transnationalism in Europe... This anthology provokes the reader to rethink not only what we understand as Europe but also what we consider to be sovereign political bodies in the twenty-first century." -- John Francis Burke, Perspectives on Political Science
"Europeanization is going on in political, social, and economic spaces. The papers in this book try to sort out the myriad ways in which the citizens of Europe maintain their local and national focus, but find themselves redefining that focus in terms of Europe. The authors are to be commended for using many thoughtful approaches to tease out this subtle process." -- Neil Fligstein, University of California