Tag Archive for: democracy

1st Price Essay on Memory Politics goes to Emily Grenon and James Collie

Congratulations to the winners of the essay competition "Memory…

Victoria Conference Summary & Fotos

From October 21st-23rd, 2022, EUCAnet’s Jean Monnet Network…

Book: Democratic Multiplicity – Perceiving, Enacting, and Integrating Democratic Diversity

  This book is based on the 2019 "DEMOCRACY AND ITS…

Interview with Peter Verovšek – Past Injustices, Current Realities

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDYasDXBkfM Dr. Peter J. Verovšek is…

Germany: Mastering the Past and Reinventing National Identity – European Memory Politics – a short introduction

Oliver Schmidtke from the University of Victoria presents a short…

Hungary’s Fragmented Historical Memory – European Memory Politics – a short introduction

Ildikó Barna from the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in…

France and its Controversial Historical Memory – European Memory Politics – a short introduction

Jules Soupault and Francesca Tortorella from the University of…

Poland’s Historical Turn – European Memory Politics – a short introduction

Beata Halicka and Piotr Oleksy from the Adam Mickiewicz University…

‘We the People’: Demarcating the Demos in Populist Mobilization—The Case of the Italian Lega

Schmidtke, Oliver (2021),  ‘We the People’: Demarcating…

Bridging Democracy’s Chasm, by Laurence Claussen

by Laurence Claussen, EUCAnet Assistant You can also read…