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Table of Contents for
Europe in Its Own Eyes, Europe in the Eyes of the Other, edited by David B. MacDonald and Mary-Michelle DeCoste

Introduction: Identity, Memory, and Contestation in Europe | David B. MacDonald and Mary-Michelle DeCoste

Section I: Politics, Philosophy, and Sociology

1. Yet Another American Exceptionalism: The Minor Role of Counter-Cosmopolitan Fan Behaviour in North American Venues Compared to Their Salient Quotidian Existence in Europe’s Soccer Stadiums | Andrei S. Markovits

2. French Jewish Identity, 1898–1931: The Story of Edmond Fleg | Sally D. Charnow

3. The Legal Culture of Civilization: Hegel and His Categorization of Indigenous Americans | William E. Conklin

4. Retrospective, Myth, and the Colonial Question: Twentieth-Century Europe as the Other in World History | David B. MacDonald

5. Gender Equality Identity in Europe: The Role of the EU | Kimberly Earles

6. The Emptiness of European Identity and the Discourse on Turkish EU Membership | Dirk Nabers

Section II: Memory and Identity in Europe

7. Diversity in the Homeland: The Changing Meaning of Transylvania in Mihail Sebastian’s The Accident | Stephen Henighan

8. “Rome was in ruins”: Transatlantic Urbanism in Heller’s Catch-22 | Spencer Morrison

9. Postcards from Europe: Representations of (Western) Europe in Romanian Travel Writing, 1960–2010 | Oana Fotache Dubǎlaru

10. On the Ruins of Memory in Miron Białoszewski’s A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising | Jeannine M. Pitas

Section III: Geography and Cartography

11. The Dynamics of European Identity: Maps, Bodies, Views | Fernando Clara

12. Neighbourhood Identity and the Larger World: Emir Kusturica’s Underground | Gordana Yovanovich

13. Italian Food on Foreign Tables: Giacomo Castelvetro’s Exile | Mary-Michelle DeCoste

Section IV: Visual Culture and Fashion

14. Mediterranean Seafarings: Pelagic Encounters of Otherness in Contemporary Italian Cinema | Elena Benelli

15. Euro Chic: Fashion’s Bread & Butter | Susan Ingram

16. Dancing Up a Storm: Canadian Performance at the Nazi Olympic Games (1936) and the Notion of Cultural Translation | Alla Myzelev