Organized by Professors Andrew Gould and Anthony M. Messina, the conference convenes American and European scholars to address an overarching question: What are the implications of the persistence of robust regional and nationalist identities and movements and the emergence of newer, religious and ethnic identities within the member states of the European Union for the project of “ever closer” European integration? Advanced conference registration is required as space is limited. For questions regarding the conference, contact: Monica Caro, M.A., J.D. The conference will be held October 17th & 18th, 2008.
Sponsored by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies with support from the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.
Conference Program (PDF)
Histories that Matter: Illiberal Politics and National Legacies in the New Europe by Mabel Berezin (PDF)
E Pluribus Europa? by Jack Citrin (PDF)
The Rise of the Radical Right and the Impact on Immigrant Integration Policy in Europe by Terri Givens (PDF)
A Niche or an Expanding Universe for Nationalist Parties? Nationalist Issues and Demands in Contemporary European Politics by Margarita Gómez-Reino Cachafeiro (PDF)
Political Ideologies Among Muslim Elites by Andrew C. Gould, University of Notre Dame (PDF)
Islam and Citizenship in Germany by Jonathan Laurence (PDF)
Economic Nationalisms in the New Europe by Nicole Renee Lindstrom (PDF)
Unpacking European Identity by Juan Díez Medrano (PDF)
Institutional Change and Ethnoterritorial Party Representation at the European Level by Bonnie Meguid (PDF)
Still Two Tiers of Ethnic Conflict? Implications for the Evolution of a European Identity and Polity by Anthony M. Messina, University of Notre Dame (PDF)
Muslims and Multicultural Nationalism in Scotland by William Miller (PDF)