Contents: Ursula E. Beitter: Introduction – Steve Watson: England, Who’s England? – Roberto E. Campo: The Oriental ‘Other’
and French Self-Fashioning from Turoldus to Camus – Phil Cox: The New Europe’s New University: Academic Freedom and ‘World
Citizen’ Values – Dinah Dodds: German Unification and East German Youth: Ten Years after the Wall – Denise Egéa-Kuehne: The
Challenge of Languages and Democratic Education in the European Union – Barbara Fischer: Paths to Integration: Learning from
Texts from the Periphery – David A. Freeman: Nietzsche’s Holism: A Paradigm for Integration – Sharon Hampel/Seth Ward: Milton,
Selden, and Hebraic Sources for the Modernizing of European Law: The Case of Divorce – Barbara Lekatsas: Ancient Greece and
Modern Feminism – Michèle Lemettais: Multiculturalism: A French Possibility in a Diverse Europe? – David W. Lovell: Multiculturalism
and the New Europe – Michael McAnear: Perceptions of Austria: Modeling Anti-Foreigner Sentiment? – Erin E. Mountz/Edward J.
Chute: Tunc et Nunc: Christianity and the Calendar at the Crossroads of Time – Gary Overvold: The Concept of Europe
and the Enlightenment Ideal: Husserl and the Contemporary Debate – Elke Segelcke: Experiences of ‘Otherness’: Writing National
and Multicultural Identities in Postunification Germany – Cristiana Senigaglia: Identity and Difference: The Claim of the
«Threatened Minorities» – Maïr Verthuy: France as a Microcosm of Post-Schengen Europe. Reflections on the New Literature –
Friederike von Schwerin-High: Constructions of Alterity in Doris Dörrie’s Book Bin ich schön and in Her Film Bin
ich schön – William Walker: The Aftermath of German Unification: The Issue of Complicity and Self-vindication in the
Memoirs of Hermann Kant – Mohamed Yamba: The Integration of Immigrant Populations in the European Union.