Reference : THE ORIGINS OF THE EUROPEAN IDEA - LOOKING BACK TO LEAP FORWARD
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THE ORIGINS OF THE EUROPEAN IDEA - LOOKING BACK TO LEAP FORWARD
English
Danescu, Elena mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Contemporary European History >]
29-May-2021
International
The World in Motion
22-05-2021 and 29-05-2021
University of Göttingen, Germany
University of Coimbra, Portugal
University of Vigo, Spain
University Alexandru Ioan Cuza - Iassy, Romania
University of Luxembourg
ERASMUS + Programme of the European Union
ECI Initiative
Göttingen - Coimbra - Vigo - Iassy - Bruxelles - Luxembourg (online event via Zoom)
Germany - Portugal - Spain - Romania - Belgium - Luxembourg (online event via Zoom)
[en] European Idea ; European Integration Process ; Integration and Desintegration ; European Communities ; European Union ; European Institutions ; Luxembourg, permanent capital of European Institutions ; European Coal and Steel Community ; European Economic Community ; Euratom ; Founding Fathers of the Europe ; Economic and Monetary Union ; Founding Fathers of the Euro ; Robert Schuman ; Jean Monnet ; Pierre Werner ; Jacques Santer ; Jean-Claude Jucker ; Gaston Thorn ; European Commission ; European Parliament
[en] Abstract_THE ORIGINS OF THE EUROPEAN IDEA

Despite its historical divisions, Europe was built on a shared set of ideas, ranging from Greco-Latin humanism to the principles of the French Revolution. Before the people of Europe achieved the unification of their continent by the force of law, several other figures – emperors, princes and conquerors – envisaged a single space “ruled by one Crown”. Over the centuries, many philosophers, writers and legal experts developed theories on the rapprochement of the peoples of Europe.
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Contemporary European History (EHI)
European Commission - EC ; Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Union
Europe Direct University of Luxembourg
Researchers ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/48122
https://wwwen.uni.lu/edic/our_projects/introductory_online_sessions_on_european_citizens_initiative_22nd_of_may_2021_and_29th_of_may_2021

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