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Katja Brøgger

Post-Cold War Governance Arrangements in Europe: The University between European Integration and Rising Nationalisms

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Post-Cold War Governance Arrangements in Europe: The University between European Integration and Rising Nationalisms. / Brøgger, Katja.

I: Globalisation, Societies and Education, Bind Special issue, 2022.

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