This volume, part of the "Changing Media, Changing Europe" series, explores the relationship between media and identity along the fault-lines and fissures of the ever-shifting the shifting ethnicities, religions, tastes, generations, and languages ...
that make up contemporary Europe. Addressing topics such as film, television, public monuments, and the press, an international group of contributors reveal how European identity is shaped as the continent administratively consolidates. In essays that explore cultural homogenization, longed-for identities, and the fears surrounding transnational media, this volume uncovers the intricate interactions of history and memory as they inform the European present. "We Europeans? Media, Representation, Identities" addresses a scholarly readership with an interest in textual analysis and policy issues regarding media, identity and the many vantage points of Europe.It offers a unique exploration into the relationship between media and identity in a European context. It employs vivid examples taken from a wide variety of film, literature and mass media. It provides timely discussion of media representations in a rapidly changing Europe.