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The Institute, which ran its first Seminar series in 1998, was set up to create a centre for the study of the collective identities represented, expressed and modelled in the national cultures of the countries of continental Europe. We also refer to other culture-zones, particularly Latin America and French-speaking Africa, and to British culture.

For more information please visit the Institute of European and Cultural Identity Studies (IECIS) home page.

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