Erasmus Mundus MA Euroculture:
Society, politics and culture in a global context
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The focus of the Programme is on regional, national and supranational dimensions of the European democratic development. It pays special attention to the increasing mobility of its citizens, to migration and transcultural exchanges. Because of the multidisciplinary studies approach, the Euroculture programme stands out from many other European Regional Studies programmes. Ever since the establishment of the Programme in 1999, Euroculture was used as a concept to reflect in an interdisciplinary way on the many different expressions and manifestations of self-understandings of societies, social groups and individuals of, about, within and beyond Europe.
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