Annual Report FY 2004 - Research at Cornell

04. Mabel M. Berezin, ed., Sociology, (with Martin Schain)

Europe without Borders: Remapping Territory, Citizenship, and Identity in a Transnational Age (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004). The creation of the European Union in 1992 reflected new economic, political, and cultural realities on the continent. The dissolution of national borders and the easing of transit restrictions on people and goods within Europe have contributed to a radical rethinking of such basic concepts as national sovereignty and citizenship. Berezin and Schain bring together leading experts from the fields of sociology, political science, geography, psychology, and anthropology to examine the intersection of identity and territory in the new Europe. This boldly interdisciplinary effort—with topics such as how Europeans now see themselves in relation to national identity—explores an emerging global phenomenon that will have profound political, social, and economic consequences in both Europe and around the world. J. P. Morgan Investment Bankers chose the book as one of the 10 books that their clients should read over the summer.

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