New publication: "Cultural Sovereignty beyond the Modern State. Space, Objects, and Media" (European History Yearbook, Vol. 21)Volume 21 of the European History Yearbook, "Cultural Sovereignty beyond the Modern State", edited by IEG director Johannes Paulmann and IEG staff members Gregor Feindt and Bernhard Gißibl, has been published. The volume is available in Open Access.
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.
Cultural Sovereignty beyond the Modern State vol. 21
Space, Objects, and Media
Gregor Feindt, Bernhard Gissibl, Johannes Paulmann (ed.)
Jahrbuch für Europäische Geschichte / European History Yearbook
De Gruyter Oldenbourg 2021