History of the European Union

An audio course on the Origins and Development of the E.U.
Auteur Richard T. Griffiths
Spreker Richard T. Griffiths
Speelduur 3u 57m 33s
€ 25,00


Richard Griffiths invites the listener to look closer at the history and the underlying reasons behind the main developments of European integration. He passionately presents a history that is richer and intellectually more satisfying than much of the elegiac literature on the European union that passes for history. A solid and humorous account on the making of the union.


College 1
H1. The First Supranational Community. The European Coal and Steel Community
H2. A Missed Chance. The European Defence Community

College 2
H3. The Creation of the European Economic Community. The Rome Treaties
H4. Reactive Nationalism? De Gaulle and Europe

College 3
H5. Reactive Nationalism? The British Membership Problem
H6. 1992. The Completion of the Internal Market

College 4
H7. The European union. Economic and Monetary union
H8. A Family of Twenty-five. EU Enlargement


ImprintHome Academy
UitgeverHome Academy Publishers B.V.
Publicatiedatum 18 november 2015
ISBN 9789085309758
Taal Engels
Soort audioOverige spraak (hoorcollege, interview, discussie, audiotour)
Speelduur 3u 57m 33s
Bestandsgrootte 153 MB
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Photo Richard T. Griffiths

Professor dr. Richard T. Griffiths (1948) obtained his BSc (Econ) in Economic History and Russian Studies from University College Swansea (1970) and his PhD in History from Cambridge University (1977).

He taught European Studies at UMIST (Manchester) before being appointed to the chair of Economic and Social History at the Free University, Amsterdam. In 1987 he became Professor of Contemporary History at the European University Institute, Florence, where he directed the Institute's research project of the history of European integration. In 1995 he returned to the Netherlands as professor of Economic and Social History at Leiden University.

Professor Griffiths undertakes research on 19th and 20th century economic history and on historical and contemporary aspects of European integration. His recent works include European Reconstruction: a comparison between post-war Europe and post-Soviet Russia (Moscow, 2003, in Russian) and Europe's First Constitution: the European Political Community, 1952-1954 (London, 2000).

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