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Crises in Contemporary European Politics
While in the UK and Europe Brexit is at the forefront of the news and 'Brexhaustion' is rife, we want to help our readers take a broader view to consider the multiple challenges and crises facing Europe, including the rise of nationalism, migration, economic disparity and populist governments.
This is about remembering that Brexit is only one part of a larger and interconnected series of crises that are playing out across the continent.
This collection of journal articles, which is free to read until 31 March 2019, includes an issue of Global Discourse which takes a transdisciplinary approach to the crisis of European integration and identity, exploring the conceptual, political and physical Limits of 'EUrope'.
It includes a recent special issue of the European Journal of Politics and Gender which interrogates the gender, sexuality and intersectionality crises occurring in contemporary European politics, as well as a themed collection of articles from Policy & Politics that help make sense of the crises in governance, policy and politics at the continental, national and local levels that have been brewing in Europe for some time.
(Re-)Introduction to the journal
Author: Johnson, Matthew
The limits of EUrope
Authors: Foster, Russell; Grzymski, Jan
De-europeanisation After Brexit: Narrowing and Shallowing
Author: Outhwaite, William
Theorising the EU in crisis: de-Europeanisation as disintegration
Author: Rosamond, Ben
Reply: What are the driving forces of disintegration? A response to Rosamond and Outhwaite
Author: Meyer, Christoph O.
Reply: Comments on Rosamond and Outhwaite: European disintegration
Author: Vimont, Pierre
Reply: How Not to Talk About Europe
Author: Callinicos, Alex
Reply: Response to William Outhwaite
Author: Spence, David
'Cry God for Harry, England, and Saint George': Europe and the Limits of Integrating Identity
Author: Russell Foster
Reply: Response to Russell Foster
Author: Mills, John
What does self-determination mean today? The resurgence of nationalism and European integration in question
Author: Delanty, Gerard
Reply: Comments on Gerard Delanty's Article 'What Does Self-Determination Mean Today? The Resurgence of Nationalism and European Integration in Question'
Author: Casale, Roger
Victimhood as victory: The role of memory politics in the process of de-Europeanisation in East-Central Europe
Author: Vermeersch, Peter
Reply: Response to 'Victimhood as Victory'
Author: Grau i Segú, Martí
Seeing Like a European Border: Limits of the European Borders and Space
Author: Grzymski, Jan
Reply: Reflections on Borders, Boundaries and the Limits of Europe
Author: Schumacher, Tobias
Brexit: a requiem for the post-national society?
Author: Favell, Adrian
Reply: Can a post-national vision better tackle racial discrimination than a national one? Response to Adrian Favell: 'Brexit: a requiem for a post-national society?'
Author: Khan, Omar
Migration, solidarity and the limits of Europe
Authors: Tazzioli, Martina; Walters, William
Reply: Response to 'Migration, Solidarity and the Limits of Europe' by Martina Tazzioli and William Walters
Author: Fekete, Liz
Entering the 'post-shame era': the rise of illiberal democracy, populism and neo-authoritarianism in EUrope
Author: Wodak, Ruth
Reply: Response to Ruth Wodak's Paper
Authors: Grabbe, Heather; Aktoudianakis, Andreas
Opportunistic legitimisation and de-Europeanisation as a reverse effect of Europeanisation
Author: Domaradzki, Spasimir
Reply: Comments on 'Opportunistic legitimisationzation and de-Europeanisation as a Reverse effect of Europeanisation', by Spasimir Domaradzk
Author: Stanchev, Krassen
Is homo oeconomicus an extinct species, and does it matter for EUropean integration? Attitudes towards free trade and populism
Author: Gawroska-Nowak, Bogna
Reply: The decline of 'homo oeconomicus' and the crisis of liberal EUropean integration: a response to Bogna Gawrońska-Nowak
Author: Reho, Federico Ottavio
A technical fix to the euro's original sin? Review of Ashoka Mody's EuroTragedy: A drama in nine acts
Author: de Ville, Ferdi
European Journal of Politics and Gender
Contemporary crises in European politics: gender equality+ under threat
Authors: Ahrens, Petra; Celis, Karen; Childs, Sarah; Engeli, Isabelle; Evans, Elizabeth; Mügge, Liza
Gender in the crisis and remaking of Europe: re-gendering subsidiarity
Author: Walby, Sylvia
The fight of the Religious Right in Europe: old whines in new bottles
Author: Mos, Martijn
Rejecting the West? Homonegative attitudes and political orientations in contemporary Eastern Europe
Authors: Bolzendahl, Catherine; Gracheva, Ksenia
Reversing gender policy progress: patterns of backsliding in Central and Eastern European new democracies
Authors: Roggeband, Conny; Krizsán, Andrea
Gender, ownership and engagement during the European Union referendum: gendered frames and the reproduction of binaries
Authors: Guerrina, Roberta; Exadaktylos, Theofanis; Guerra, Simona
The intersectional politics of bullshit
Author: O'Dwyer, Muireann
Policy & Politics
Read the introduction to this themed collection by Digital Associate Editor, Oscar Berglund, on the Policy & Politics blog.
The effects of economic crises on participatory democracy
Authors: Alarcón, Pau; Galais, Carol; Font, Joan; Smith, Graham
Can the governance paradigm survive the rise of populism?
Author: Stoker, Gerry
Austerity in the making: reconfiguring social policy through social impact bonds
Authors: Joy, Meghan; Shields, John
Low-pay sectors, earnings mobility and economic policy in the UK
Authors: Lee, Neil; Green, Anne; Sissons, Paul
Local governance under austerity: hybrid organisations and hybrid officers
Authors: Pill, Madeleine; Guarneros-Meza, Valeria
Depoliticising austerity: narratives of the Portuguese debt crisis 2011–15
Author: Standring, Adam
What ever happened to asset-based welfare? Shifting approaches to housing wealth and welfare security
Authors: Ronald, Richard; Lennartz, Christian; Kadi, Justin