Frontiers of European culture

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Statementedited by Paul Dukes ; with an introduction by Mike Hepworth.
ContributionsDukes, Paul, 1934-, International Conference on "Frontiers of European Culture" (1991 : University of Aberdeen)
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LC ClassificationsD1056 .F76 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 247 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL992845M
ISBN 100773489258
LC Control Number96031328

Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Dukes. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Selected papers of the International Conference on "Frontiers of European Culture," held July, at the University of Aberdeen, as the fourth annual conference of the university's.

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The Frontiers of European culture book and digit formats both : Anne Gold. MALCOLM ANDERSON is Professor Emeritus, University of Edinburgh. He is the co-editor of The Frontiers of Europe (with), The Irish Border: History, Politics and Culture (with), Policing the European Union (), and author of Frontiers, Territory and State Formation in the Contemporary World ().

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EBERHARD BORT is Associate Director of the International Social. The book investigates all these perspectives. Its unique focus on the representation of European borders and frontiers via film is groundbreaking, opening up a new field of research and scholarly discussion.

The exceptional variety of national and cultural perspectives provides a rewarding investigation of borders and : Paperback. The explorations of eighteenth-century travellers to the 'European frontiers' were often geared to define the cultural, political, and historical boundaries of 'European civilization.' In an age when political revolutions shocked nations into reassessing what separated the civilised from the barbaric, how did literary travellers contemplate the.

Introduction: The Frontiers of Europe and European Ethnology. Ullrich Kockel. University of Ulster, UK. Search for more papers by this author.

Máiréad Nic Craith. Book Editor(s): Ullrich Kockel. University of Ulster, UK. Search for more papers by this author. Máiréad Nic Craith. An examination of the EU external frontier shows that the EU is acquiring some state-like features, but the eastern frontier provides abundant evidence of the external frontier's complexity.

The authors conclude that the increasing openness of national frontiers will continue, but their effective abolition, whether by European integration or. The second part -Education in Traditional Sports and Games -consists of 2 articles in Spanish (with 7 summaries), which concentrate on a very interesting example of educational activities with TSG, carried out in two Spanish regions -Cantabria and Catalonia.

2) Evaluation:The presented book contains a rich and valuable material about traditional games and sports from as much as 11 European. Others said that European influences were much stronger in shaping the American character than the frontier. Despite the critics' dissent, Turner's Frontier Thesis was the prevailing view of the frontier taught in American schools and colleges until the mids.

Frontier Life: Blending Cultures. Source. Social and Cultural Accommodation. In many Native American people living in the trans-Appalachian region had been in close contact with white colonists for.

at least one hundred years, and their way of life combined Indian and European ways. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: European frontiers at the end of the twentieth century: an introduction / Malcolm Anderson --Whose responsibility are frontiers?/ Peter-Christian Müller-Graff --Boundaries and boundary-consciousness: politicizing cultural identity / Anthony P.

Cohen --Sovereignty, citizenship and. The New Frontiers of Europe The Enlargement of the European Union: Implications and Consequences Edited by Daniel S.

Hamilton September 1, Books shelved as european-history: Postwar: A History of Europe Since by Tony Judt, A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century by Barbara W. Tuch. The articles reprinted here show that European expansion began not in following Columbus's voyages but earlier as European Christian society re-arose from the ruins of the Carolingian Empire.

The two phases of expansion were linked but the second period did not simply replicate the medieval experience. Celebrating Europe’s cultural heritage and diversity.

The EU works to preserve Europe's shared cultural heritage and to support and promote the arts and creative industries in Europe.

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F rom wild tales of exploration to the pioneers of the old west, from post-apocalyptic wastelands to the far reaches of space, the idea of the frontier has enthralled authors and readers for.

The Medieval Frontiers of Latin Christendom book. Expansion, Contraction, Continuity. Racist Ideologies and Realities around the Periphery of Medieval European Culture. racialist or genetic ideas that are used to interpret social realities in three widely distant peripheries of medieval Europe, the Celtic northwest, the Iberian.

In recent years, a number of European countries abolished national border controls in favor of Europe’s external frontiers.

In doing so, they challenged long-established conceptions of sovereignty, territoriality, and security in world affairs. Setting forth a new analytic framework informed by constructivism and pragmatism, Ruben Zaiotti traces the transformation of underlying assumptions. Table of Contents.

Contents: Introduction; Part 1 Expansion: The expansion of Europe I, William R. Shepherd; The American frontier - frontier of what?, Carlton J.H. Hayes; European colonial experience: a plea for comparative studies, Merril Jensen and Robert L.

Reynolds; The significance of the frontier in the Middle Ages, Robert I. Burns; Medieval real estate developments and freedom, Bryce. The word frontier has different meanings in different countries. In Europe it refers simply to a boundary between nations. In North America and in other parts of the world colonized by Europeans, however, frontier has taken on other meanings.

It refers in some cases to the arrival of European societies and cultures and their gradual intrusion into North and South America, Africa, and Asia.

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The European Union’s regulation of television services was established in the Television without Frontiers Directive (TWF) which provided liberalising rules to stimulate production so a harmonised single European audiovisual market could compete with US imports.

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General policy: Currently, Ararat Heritage's. The European Culture Area book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Now in its fourth edition, this leading textbook has been extens /5(1). Frontiers’ story began inwith the first journal Frontiers in Neuroscience.

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The frontier, seen this way, is a tale of conquest by successive invaders. But that, too, leaves out important parts of the story. The many societies on the frontier not only clashed but mingled, and out of this meeting ground of different peoples - Native American, Spanish, French, Russian, English, and other European groups - have emerged distinctive ways of life that have helped define a.

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In recent years, the 'medieval frontier' has been the subject of extensive research. But the term has been understood in many different ways: political boundaries; fuzzy lines across which trade, religions and ideas cross; attitudes to other peoples and their customs. This book draws attention to the differences between the medieval and modern understanding of frontiers, questioning the.

frontiers astudy in politicalgeography by t d;m,8c.,london oxford attheclarendonpress. By examining the relationship between the Roman Frontiers initiative and the European Union's stated aims of integration and the dissolution of borders, it argues in favour of crossing intellectual borders between the study of the present and the past to promote the value of the Roman frontiers as a means of reflecting on contemporary problems.Launched in“Frontiers of Europe” is a Brookings Center on the United States and Europe initiative that aims to explore the policy options for creating a Europe “whole and free Start Date: Reconquista, in medieval Spain and Portugal, a series of campaigns by Christian states to recapture territory from the Muslims (Moors), who had occupied most of the Iberian Peninsula in the early 8th century.

Learn more about the history and significance of the Reconquista in this article.