This collection of essays suggests new ways of looking at the intertwining of political and religious agonies in the period 1914-1991. The long 'European civil war' revealed that Europe, far from being formed by a one-track progression, has followed several tracks or fault lines, leading to a number of contrasts in European self-perception.
About the author
Gerard Delanty, University of Sussex, UK Morten Heiberg, The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), Copenhagen Birthe Hoffmann, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Julio Jensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Dietrich Korsch, Philips-Universität in Marburg, Germany Jan-Werner Müller, Princeton University, USA Adam Paulsen, The University of Southern Denmark Tine Reeh, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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