Europe as a Social Process and Discourse Considerations of Place, Boundaries and Identity

@inproceedings{Paasi2001EuropeAA,
  title={Europe as a Social Process and Discourse Considerations of Place, Boundaries and Identity},
  author={Anssi Paasi},
  year={2001}
}
During the 1990s competing images emerged of what constitutes European identity, who belongs to it, and what are its internal and external boundaries. This has forced reflection on the links between state territoriality, and territorialities occurring on and between other spatial scales. This paper analyses images of Europe, narratives on European identity, and how these images have implied different forms and conceptualizations of spatiality. Europe is under- stood as an experience, a… CONTINUE READING

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