Présentation de l'éditeur
This volume brings together scholars who have worked either cross-nationally or comparatively to reflect upon their own research. In essays that engage practical, methodological, and theoretical questions, these contributors assess the gains-but also the obstacles and perils-of research that traverses national boundaries. Drawn from the subject-areas that have attracted the most comparative and cross-national attention: war, welfare, labor, nation, immigration and gender.
Taken together, these essays provide the first critical analysis of the cross-national turn in European history.