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Wolfram Kaiser

Wolfram Kaiser

Wolfram Kaiser (1966) is Professor of European Studies at the University of Portsmouth, UK, and Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. He has published widely on nineteenth and twentieth century European and world history and European politics including European integration past and present, political parties in Europe and the history of globalisation. His books include (with S. Krankenhagen and K. Poehls), Exhibiting Europe in Museums. Transnational Networks, Collections, Narratives and Representations (Berghahn 2014); (ed. with A. Varsori) European Union History. Themes and Debates (Palgrave 2010), (ed. with B. Leucht and M. Gehler) Transnational Networks in Regional Integration. Governing Europe 1945-83 (Palgrave 2010), (ed. with B. Leucht and M. Rasmussen) The History of the European Union. Origins of a Trans- and Supranational Polity (Routledge 2009); Christian Democracy and the Origins of European Union (CUP 2007); Using Europe, Abusing the Europeans. Britain and European Integration, 1945-63 (Palgrave 1999). He has also published widely in leading peer-reviewed historical and social science journals.

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