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Europe in the International Arena during the 1970s / L’Europe sur la scène internationale dans les années 1970

Entering a different world / À la découverte d’un nouveau monde

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Edited By Guia Migani and Antonio Varsori

For some time now studies on European post-war history have regarded the 1970s as a period of crisis and uncertainty. Recently historians of both the Cold War and European integration have started to reassess the 1970s, but we still lack a comprehensive analysis of the period. Such an analysis was the main goal of a research project launched by a group of Italian scholars with the collaboration of foreign colleagues. The present volume is the outcome of the most significant results of the project, all based on extensive archival investigations. It offers significant new contributions on a fundamental period of our most recent history.
Jusqu’à une époque récente, les études sur l’histoire de l’après-guerre en Europe ont considéré les années 1970 comme une période de crise et d’incertitudes. Ce n’est que récemment que les historiens de la guerre froide et de l’intégration européenne ont commencé à réévaluer les années 1970. Une mise en perspective globale faisait cependant encore défaut. Un groupe de chercheurs italiens a décidé de s’y atteler, en développant un projet de recherche avec la collaboration de collègues étrangers. Cet ouvrage présente les résultats de leurs discussions ainsi que des recherches menées dans les archives de plusieurs pays et organisations. Il offre de passionnantes contributions et interprétations sur une période fondamentale de notre histoire récente.

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375 Notes on contributors Duccio Basosi is lecturer of North-American History at the University Ca’Foscari of Venice. Giovanni Bernardini is post-doctoral fellow in International History at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (Trento). David Burigana is post-doctoral fellow in International History at the University of Padua. Éric Bussière is full professor of European Integration History at the Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV). Philippe Chassaigne is full professor of Contemporary History at the University François Rabelais of Tours. Mario Del Pero is associate professor of American History at the University of Bologna Forlì. Giuliano Garavini, PhD in History of International Relations at the University of Florence, is currently Lecturer at St.John’s University (Rome Campus). Mark Gilbert is Visiting Professor of European History at the Johns Hopkins University (Bologna) and Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Trento. Eirini Karamouzi is PhD candidate at the International History Department of the LSE. Valentine Lomellini is post-doctoral fellow in International History at the University of Padua. Wilfried Loth is full professor of Modern and Contemporary History at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Guia Migani is post-doctoral fellow in International History at the University of Padua. Antonio Muñoz Sánchez received his PhD in History from the European University Institute of Florence in 2010. Simone Paoli is post-doctoral fellow in International History at the University of Padua. Valerio Perna, PhD in History, teaches History of International Relations at the University of Udine. Francesco Petrini is lecturer of History of International Relations at the University...

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