The Europe and the World Forum (EuWorld) is a project launched in July 2011 to foster discussion and research on the interlinking of Europe and other areas in the world, as a way to understand contemporary Europe. Its focus reflects the Department of History and Civilization (HEC) profile in Comparative, Trans-national and Global approaches.
Accordingly, EuWorld covers subjects as diverse as empires and imperialism, colonialism and decolonization, intercultural and inter-ethnic dialogue and violence, migrations, international and global economic relations in a long-term perspective. In stressing these approaches and fields, EuWorld also highlights Europe’s internal diversity as a space of different cultures and societies.
EuWorld engages Visiting fellows, Max Weber Fellows, Jean Monnet Fellows, Fernand Braudel Fellows, and scholars from the entire EUI community to join our conversation on writing a less Eurocentric and national history of Europe.