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Eurovisions: Political Visions for the Future of Europe in the 20th Century - Einzelansicht

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SWS 2 Semester SoSe 2019
Einrichtung Historisches Institut   Sprache deutsch
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Belegungsfrist 01.04.2019 - 10.05.2019

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Grundkurs Do 16:00 bis 18:00 wöchentlich 11.04.2019 bis 18.07.2019  1.09.2.03 Jaeschke  
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What should the future of Europe look like? This question gains urgency as—following the Brexit referendum, disputes over budgetary issues in Italy, and a general trend towards the rise of integration-sceptic parties in many member states—the EU is in an acute state of uncertainty about its future. In order to contextualise the current debate, the view into the past is revealing. In the 20th century alone, numerous political visions of Europe’s future were put forward not only by politicians but also by intellectuals, scientists, resistance fighters, and other public figures. While some of these visions built on one another, others contrasted with each other starkly. Thus, this seminar covers Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi’s ambitious plans for “Pan-Europa” from the 1920s, the federal vision of a European Union as formulated in the 1940s by the Italian communist Altiero Spinelli, as well as Margaret Thatcher’s counter-project of a rather lose confederation of sovereign states expressed in the 1980s. Furthermore, we will discuss more recent cosmopolitan visions by scholars such as Ulrich Beck or Ulrike Guérot. Albeit the notions “future” or “vision” generally have positive connotations, it must not be forgotten that the National Socialists and other fascists also had their very own visions for Europe’s future. The seminar hence covers examples of these ideas as well.
Literatur Wilfried Loth, Building Europe: A History of European Unification, Berlin / München / Boston 2015 Walter Lipgens / Wilfried Loth, Documents on the History of European Integration, 4 Vols., Berlin 1985-1991 Georg Kreis, Concepts of Europe: Federalism, Federal State, Confederation of States, in: European History Online, 10 January 2018, available online: http://ieg-ego.eu/en/threads/models-and-stereotypes/model-europe/georg-kreis-concepts-of-europe-federalism-federal-state-confederation-of-states/?searchterm=Georg%20Kreis&set_language=en [05.12.2018].

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Keine Einordnung ins Vorlesungsverzeichnis vorhanden. Veranstaltung ist aus dem Semester SoSe 2019 , Aktuelles Semester: SoSe 2022