This volume analyzes changing relationships between religion and national identity in the course of European integration. Examining elite discourse, media debates and public opinions across Europe over a decade, it explores how accelerated European integration and Eastern enlargement have affected religious markers of collective identity.
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Ça?la Diner, Kadir Has University, Turkey Effie Fokas, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), Greece Evangelos Karagiannis, Vienna University, Austria Miko?aj Lewicki, University of Warsaw, Poland S?awomir Mandes, University of Warsaw, Poland Saime Özçürümez, Bilkent University, Turkey Levent Soysal, Kadir Has University, Turkey Sabine Trittler, University of Göttingen, GermanyReview:
“This is a book that traces, conceptually, theoretically and empirically, the impact of EU institutions on identity – and more specifically, religious identity. Much of the strength of the book derives from a research design that combines rich analysis of individual case studies with the identification of broad patterns and common themes. ... editors have contributed to our understanding of the ways in which EU integration has shaped the development of national – and mainly religious – identity in different member states.” (Daphne Halikiopoulou, Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe, Vol. 9 (1), 2017)
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