Multiple Europes: Frontiers of European Integration History
European integrated history is one of the most thrilling disciplines today. While empirical research based on published historical materials is accumulating at a rapid pace, work is also underway to demythologize historical narratives up to this point. This book is intended to compile young researchers who are responsible for such empirical and cutting-edge research, to fundamentally reexamine the ideal state of European integrated history research, and to further expand its horizons. The title of this book, "Multiple Europes," does not merely indicate the diversity of the European image. "Multiple Europes" means to dismantle the traditional, often single-track and closed European integrated history research, and to establish a new integrated history research that is open in chronological, spatial, and approach.