Kiran Klaus Patel co-edits special issue in Contemporary European History

Last week, Contemporary European History published a special issue with the title ‘Continuity and Change in European Cooperation during the Twentieth Century’, edited by Wolfram Kaiser (Portsmouth) and Kiran Klaus Patel. The special issue brings together eight articles (including one by Vincent Lagendijk).

The articles analyze vectors of continuity from the interwar to the postwar decades by zooming in on the technicalities and concrete practices on which European integration came to be built – such as the forms of legal reasoning to justify governance beyond the nation state, administrative techniques of cooperation, and economic expertise needed to design and execute common policies.

This special issue complements another special issue Patel co-edited with Kaiser in the European Review of History last year on inter-organizational links in European cooperation and integration. Both projects result from his affiliation as senior visiting fellow in the Research Group “The Transformative Power of Europe” at FU Berlin (since 2012).

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