European identity is as much a problem as an opportunity. Although it is impossible to provide an all-encompassing definition of what it means to be European, historicising and contextualising this problem may well lead to the clarification and even creation of a European identity. This is the contention of this volume, which approaches this complex notion from an inter- and transdisciplinary perspective, examining facets ranging from the citizen to cultural politics, from literature to traditional and digital media, from the US to China. As complex as this idea is, this volume will extend the reader's understanding of the timely and promising problematisation of what may be termed "European identity."Über den Autor:
Zsolt Almasi is Associate Professor in the Institute of English and American Studies at Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Hungary. His most recent book is The Problematics of Custom as Exemplified in Key Texts of the Late English Renaissance. He is the co-editor of e-Colloquia: 16th- Century English Culture. (http://ecolloquia.btk.ppke.hu), and was co-editor of Writing the Other: Humanism versus Barbarism in Tudor England with Mike Pincombe, and New Perspectives on Tudor Cultures. His current research projects focus on Shakespeare and web 2.0. Bulcsu Bognar, PhD, is Associate Professor and the Head of the Department of Communication Studies at Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Hungary. He was the Editor-in-Chief of the (Hungarian) Review of Sociology. He has published books on social theory, sociology of media, and sociology of religion.
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