A Cultural History of British Euroscepticism
By: Menno Spiering (author)Hardback
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Why are the British so Euro-sceptic? Forget about tedious treaties, party politics or international relations. The real reason is that the British do not feel European. This book explores and explains the cultural divide between Britain and Europe, where it comes from and how it manifests itself in everyday life and the academic world.
Dr Menno Spiering is a literary historian and a co-founder of the programme of European Studies of the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. He has lectured in the UK and US and has published widely on British and European identity.
Introduction 1. The Second World War 2. The European Other 3. The Island Story 4. The Invention of Europe Conclusion
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