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This research domain seeks to bring a multiplicity of perspectives and experiences to the study of Europe and the ways in which ‘European’ models, ideas, and materialities have been constituted and re-fashioned, within but also beyond the traditionally-conceived confines of the European continent.

We therefore approach the question of Europe and its global entanglements in multi-scalar but also multi-directional terms, examining the countless flows, exchanges, mobilities, and encounters that have made – and continue to re-make – Europe.