European Union History: Themes and Debates by Antonio Varsori (Editor) Wolfram Kaiser (Editor)

By Antonio Varsori (Editor) Wolfram Kaiser (Editor)

An obtainable but thorough examine how historians and social scientists have concept and written concerning the background of the present-day ecu Union, and the most topics in their examine and debates. crucial interpreting for historians of Europe and social scientists of the eu Union alike.

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The Liaison Committee and the network Les espaces et les temps de l’Europe decided to organize a conference in Rome. It aimed at a multidisciplinary analysis and at promoting a dialogue with European actors, practitioners and representatives of ‘civil society’. indd 21 3/29/2010 3:53:24 PM 22 Antonio Varsori obvious fit with the general priorities of the Commission, it only showed minor interest in the initiative and co-funded the conference, which was mainly supported by the French Ministry of Education (Loth 2009).

Not one article on an economic topic was published in the period between 1999 and 2002. With three articles published in the period 2003–08, economic history has seen only a slight revival. Its small role in European integration history is however very much in line with its general decline in the disciplines of history and economics. In contrast, cultural aspects of integration became fashionable around the turn of the century when 14 articles were published within the four years from 1999 to 2002.

In history, most successful bids continued to be from historians in ‘core Europe’ countries, with a high representation of Italy. Typically, three of four ‘success stories’ nominated by the Jean Monnet Programme for history in 2007 were Italian. Since the late 1990s the Liaison Committee, although formally recognized by the Commission, has acted independently of its institutional support and without privileged access to its funds, the journal being supported by the state of Luxembourg. Moreover, history has also played almost no role in the subsequent EU framework programmes for research in social sciences.

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