EuroIdentities Final Conference, Brussels, 9-10 Feb 2011

EUROIDENTITIES – The Evolution of European Identity:

Using biographical methods to study the development of European identity

The EuroIdentities project is using qualitative methods of autobiographical narrative interviewing and analysis, to gain insights into the evolution and meanings of a European identity or identities from the 'bottom up' perspective of individual members of European societies.
[To learn more about EuroIdentities , click here . . .]

Coordinated at the Queens University, Belfast, the seven partner teams in EuroIdentities include large and small nations who are partially original and partially accession states located both in the peripheries and the geographical core of Europe.
[To learn more about the partners, click here . . .]

The empirical work of EuroIdentities centres on five 'sensitized groups' - aggregates who can be expected that life and work experiences have caused them to confront questions of their own identity in relationship to European topics, questions and matters.
[To learn more about the sensitized groups, click here . . .]