View from Zollernblick is the second collection of essays based on the European Regionalism symposia at Freudenstadt in Baden-Württ temberg, organised since 1991 by Christopher Harvie and Eberhard Bort. Networking Europe: Essays on Regionalism and Social Democracy was published by Liverpool University Press in 2000.

View from Zollernblick Regional Perspectives in Europe. List of Contributors: Eberhard Bort, Peter McCarey, Wolfgang Mössinger, Alison Harvie, David Walker, Tom Hubbard, Paul Gillespie, Klaus Stolz, Lesley Riddoch, Robin McAlpine, James Mitchell, Christopher Harvie, Tom Gallagher, John Osmond, Ian S Wood, Thomas Leuerer, Eberhard Bort, Peter Conradi and Helmut Doka, Henry Cowper, Terry Brotherstone, Patricia Conlan, Paul Salveson, Douglas McLeod, Noel Spare, Irene Quaile-Kersken, Frank Conlan, Stefan Büttner, Sarah Boyack, Richard Demarco, Owen Dudley Edwards, Tessa Ransford, Mario Relich, Allan Massie, Neal Ascherson and Keith Armstrong.

Again, an array of regional perspectives on constitutional politics, policy areas and cultural connections reflect the lively and diverse conversations so characteristic for these unique annual meetings of minds in the Black Forest, with contributions by academics, journalists academics, journalists, writers and politicians from Scotland, Wales, England, Ireland, Germany and other European regions. 

This book is also a Festschrift for Chris Harvie who, as a Scottish historian, a Professor of British and Irish Studies at the University of Tübingen, and a Member of the Scott ish Parliament, has been the spiritus rector - or Lord of Misrule - at the Zollernblick gatherings. 


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