Jahrbuch für Europäische Geschichte / European History Yearbook

Saima Nakuti Ashipala, Jonas Brendebach, Fabian Cremer, Silvia Daniel, Gregor Feindt, Gregor Feindt (Editor), Bernhard Gissibl, Bernhard Gissibl (Editor), Sebastian Lambertz, Marina Lemaire, Silke Mende, Katrin Moeller, Johannes Paulmann, Johannes Paulmann (Editor), Matthias Razum, Ingrid Volkmer, Yfaat Weiss, Arnošt Štanzel

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Abstract

In the past 25 years or more, political observers have diagnosed a crisis of the sovereign nation state and the erosion of state sovereignty through supranational institutions and the global mobility of capital, goods, information and labour. This edition of the European History Yearbook seeks to use "cultural sovereignty" as a heuristic concept to provide new views on these developments since the beginning of the 20th century. Frontmatter --
Contents :Introduction: Cultural sovereignty --
claims, forms and contexts beyond the modern state --
French imperial politics and the long shadow of Francophonie --
Sovereignty in Miniature: The Mount Scopus Enclave, 1948-1967 --
Sovereignty over diamond resources: (Re)-negotiating colonial contracts in Southern Africa --
The people's own media: Workers representation in Czechoslovak Socialist Television --
Contested sovereignties: The case of the "New World Information and Communication Order" at UNESCO in the 1970s --
Digital sovereignty and approaches to governing globalized data spaces --
Cultural sovereignty --
A conclusion in four theses --
Forum --
Data meets history: A research data management strategy for the historically oriented humanities --
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMünchen; Wien
PublisherDe Gruyter Oldenbourg
Number of pages181
ISBN (Electronic)3110679159
DOIs
StatePublished - 2021

Publication series

NameJahrbuch für Europäische Geschichte / European History Yearbook
PublisherDe Gruyter Oldenbourg
VolumeBand 21

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