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Author James, Cherry, author.

Title Citizenship, nation-building and identity in the EU : the contribution of Erasmus student mobility / Cherry James
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
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Description 1 online resource
Series Routledge/UACES Contemporary European Studies
Contents Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Lists of legislation and cases; Acknowledgements; Introduction; (a) Citizenship -- a concept in flux; (b) Student mobility -- a citizen's awakening?; 1 EU citizenship -- through a glass darkly; (a) Introduction; (b) EU citizenship -- background and genesis; (c) EU citizenship -- what the Treaties say; (i) Overview; (ii) Who are the citizens? Membership, exclusions and limitations; (iii) The cornerstone: the right of free movement; (iv) Electoral rights: the impossible dream of a European polity?
(Iv) The development of the university elsewhere in Europe: language and national identity in the Habsburg Empire(v) The English university: Newman's view and the significance of 'utility'; (d) Citizenship development in universities today; (i) A globalised world; (ii) The official view of the role of the university today: social or economic, or social for economic?; (iii) The university in Europe or the European university: a citizenship of where?; (e) The European university and globalisation; (i) The transformation of the social mission
(V) Citizens' Initiatives: an idea whose time is still to come? Active citizenship and the current Erasmus generation(vi) Who are the current Erasmus generation?; (vii) The safety net: the right we hope we'll never need; (d) EU citizenship-the CJEU's contribution; (i) Free movement of students: an investment for the future, a cost for the present; (ii) How to be mobile: the different forms of student mobility; (iii) Degree mobile students at the CJEU: straitened circumstances, citizenship growth; (iv) Integration: have you been here long, or have you put down roots?
(V) Solidarity, the quid pro quo(vi) The implications for Erasmus students; (e) EU citizenship-the Commission's perspective; (i) Student mobility and the production of citizens: a rather tangled web; (ii) The creation of truly European citizens and the creation of Erasmus: the quest for European identity; (iii) Via European identity to homo economicus: the role of universities; (iv) The advent of EU citizenship: who are the citizens? The clear red line and the softer focus of Erasmus; (v) (Towards) the Erasmus citizen; (vi) Erasmus makes ... European citizens or EU citizens?; (f) Conclusion
2 Universities as cradles of citizenship, or, a special sort of public space(a) Introduction; (b) What is meant by a university? The provision of 'national glue'; (c) The historical role of the university in Europe; (i) Relationships with the state and the cultivation of citizenship; (ii) The development of national identity in the German university: academic autonomy and the relationship of university and state; (iii) The development of higher education in France: service to the state
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Erasmus+ (Program)
Citizenship -- European Union countries.
College student mobility -- European Union countries
Higher education and state -- European Union countries
College student mobility.
EDUCATION -- Higher.
Higher education and state.
European Union countries.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2018059465
ISBN 1351064991