Letture consigliate

A seguire trovi alcuni titoli interessanti per approfondire l’argomento
  • Stefan Zweig – Il mondo di ieri
  • Robert Menasse – La capitale
  • Tzvetan Todorov – L’identità europea
  • Anu Bradford – Effetto Bruxelles
  • Timothy Garton Ash – Patrie

Bibliografia

La selezione dei testi e le fonti dati consultati per il progetto 
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  9. Lehning, P. B. (2001). European Citizenship: Towards a European Identity? Law and  Philosophy
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  21. Maier, J. & Rittberger, B. (2008). Shifting Europe’s Boundaries: Mass Media, Public Opinion and the  Enlargement of the EU. European Union Politics, 9(2): 243-267.
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