The European and Global Studies Journal “De Europa”, published by the Department of Cultures, Politics and Society at the University of Turin, has just released its third special issue featuring six selected Master’s theses written by students of the College of Europe in Natolin.
The issue, which comes on the initiative of Professor Umberto MORELLI, is both a tribute to the close collaboration between the University of Turin and the College of Europe, and the fruit of highly innovative work of the students of Natolin. The guest editor of this third special issue is Professor Georges MINK, Chairholder of the European Civilisation Chair. The theses published in this issue were presented in the academic year 2020-2021 for the degree of Advanced Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies.
They cover a wide range of topics, from the European Union promoting media freedom in Tunisia after the Arab Spring, (Amira AZAYEZ), through the impact of Art. 17 of the copyright in the digital single market directive on transformative musical creativity (Xavier D’ARCY), the sustainability and history of liberal thought (Joshua G. HONEYCUTT), la représentation de Solidarność en Allemagne (Emeline OGEREAU), memory, ideology and diplomacy in Polish – Russian relations (Wicke VAN DEN BROEK), to the role of Language in shaping of the Catalan and Belarusian national identities (Volha ZAITSAVA).
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