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Books to read, places to see…

I am preparing for a trip to the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University in Kaliningrad, and for the lecture I should be giving there. The lecture will be a wrap-up of notions on the History of European Integration, different conceptions … Continue reading

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Suomen ”kansallinen tiedottaminen” sortovuosista maabrändikomiteaan, kesk. 09.01.2013, 12.00-14.00

Suomi muuttuvassa maailmassa-kurssin opiskelijoille: tässä luentoni slidit. https://www.dropbox.com/s/9xj83z92ggxtduz/Julk%20diplo%20Suomessa.ppt Samasta aiheesta vähän luettavaa: Arndt, R. T. (2005). The First Resort of Kings: American Cultural Diplomacy in the 20th century. Washington DC: Potomac Books. Bátora, J. (2005). Public Diplomacy in Small and … Continue reading

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Seriously, folks…

Contemporary History masters students, thinking about the equilibrium to be found between theory and archives, and hesitant in the drawing of conclusions from your material, read this and comment in 500 words: A scientist and his wife are out for … Continue reading

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European Studies in Turku

The two Universities based in Turku have launched a common website to present their activities in the domain of European Studies, European Integration Studies and related fields: http://europeanstudies.utu.fi/ This is an offspring of the History and Politics of European Integration … Continue reading

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