Delhey J.; Deutschmann E.; Verbalyte M.; Aplowski A. (2020): Netzwerk Europa: Wie ein Kontinent durch Mobilität und Kommunikation zusammenwächst. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. 

Diéz Medrano J. (2020): Europe in Love. Binational Couples and Cosmopolitan Society. Abingdon & News York: Routledge.

Díez Medrano J. (2020): National Identity and the Citizens′ Europe. in: Duina, F.; Merand, F. (Ed.): Europe's Malaise (Research in Political Sociology, Vol. 27), Emerald Publishing Limited: 67-83.

Diéz Medrano J. (2020): Why is identification as European more prevalent among the highly educated than among the less educated?. BACES Working Papers No. 1/2020.     

Real-Dato, J.; Sojka, A. (2020): The Rise of (Faulty) Euroscepticism? The Impact of a Decade of Crises in Spain. South European Society and Politics (Online first).

Trenz HJ. (2020): New opportunities for European solidarity mobilization: the role of the media. in: Krunke H.; Manners I.; Petersen H. (eds.): Transnational Solidarity: Concept, Challenges and Opportunities. Cambridge University Press: 350-373. 

Trenz HJ., Brändle VK.; Eisele O.; Cinalli M. (2020): Taking voice’ and ‘taking sides’: The role of social media commenting in solidarity contestation. in: Lahusen C. (ed.): Citizens’ Solidarity in Europe: Civic Engagement and Public Discourse in Times of Crises. Edward Elgar Publishing: 149-176.

Trenz HJ.; Heft A.; Vaughan M.; Pfetsch B. (2020): Resilience of Public Spheres in a Global Health Crisis (Weizenbaum Series, 11). Berlin: Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society - The German Internet Institute.

Wallaschek S. (2020): Analyzing the European Parliamentary Elections in 2019: Actor Visibility and Issue-Framing in Transnational Media. in: Kaeding M.; Müller M.; Schmälter J. (eds.): Die Europawahl 2019. Ringen um die Zukunft Europas. Wiesbaden: Springer VS: 219-230. 

Wallaschek S. (2020): Contested solidarity in the Euro crisis and Europe’s migration crisis: A discourse network analysis. Journal of European Public Policy, 27(7): 1034-1053.

Wallaschek S. (2020): Framing solidarity in the Euro crisis: A Comparison of the German and Irish media discourse. New Political Economy, 25(2): 231-247.

Wallaschek S. (2020): The Discursive Construction of Solidarity. Public Claims in Europe's Migration Crisis. Political Studies, 68(1): 74-92. 

Wallaschek S.; Starke C.; Brüning C. (2020): Mapping Solidarity in the Public Sphere. A Discourse Network Analysis of German Newspapers 2008-2017. Politics and Governance, 8(2): 257-271.


Ciornei I.; Apaydin F.; Díez Medrano J. (2019): Explaining Solidarity in the European Union. in: Recchi E.; Díez Medrano J.; Savage M. et al. (eds.): Everyday Europe: Cross-border Lives in Europe. London: Policy Press.

Tietze, N.; Eigmüller, M. (2019): Ungleichheitskonflikte und Europäisierungsprozesse. in: Tietze, N.; Eigmüller, M. (eds.): Ungleichheitskonflikte in Europa. Jenseits von Klasse und Nation. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag: 1-22.

Sojka, A. (2019): Who Wants a United Europe? Interests, Identities, and the Prospects for Future European Union Enlargement. in: Góra, M.; Styczynska, N.; Zubek, M. (eds.): Contestation of EU Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy. Copenhagen: Djøf Forlag: 79-104.

Galpin, C.; Trenz, HJ. (2019): Participatory Populism: Online Discussion Forums on Mainstream News Sites During the 2014 European Parliament Election. Journalism Practice, 13(7): 781-798.

Palonen K., Wiesner C., Selk V., Kauppi N., Trenz HJ., Claire D. et al. (2019): Rethinking Politicisation. Contemporary Political Theory, 18(2): 248-281.

Wallaschek S. (2019): The Discursive Appeal to Solidarity and Partisan Journalism in Europe's Migration Crisis. Social Inclusion, 7(2): 187-197. 

Wallaschek S. (2019): The Politics of Solidarity in Europe’s Migration Crisis: Media Discourses in Germany and Ireland in 2015. in: Jenichen A.; Liebert U. (eds.): Europeanisation and Renationalisation. Learning from Crises for Innovation and Development. Opladen: Barbara Budrich: 81-94. 


Bossetta M.; Segesten AD.; Trenz HJ. (2018): Political participation on Facebook during Brexit: Does user engagement on media pages stimulate engagement with campaigns? Journal of Language and Politics, 17(2): 173-194.

Deutschmann E.; Delhey J.; Verbalyte M.; Aplowski A. (2018): The Power of Contact: Europe as a Network of Transnational Attachment. European Journal of Political Research, 57(4): 963-988.

Díez Medrano J.; Braun M.; Behr D. (2018): What do respondents mean when they report to be "citizens of the world"? Using probing questions to elucidate international differences in cosmopolitanism. Quality and Quantity, 52(3): 1121-1135.

Fernandez J.; Eigmüller M. (2018): Societal Education and the Educational Divide in European Identity, 1992 - 2015. European Sociological Review, 34(6): 612-628.

Sojka, A. (2018): European identity revisited: new approaches and recent empirical evidence. East European Politics, 34(1): 116-118.

Trenz HJ. (2018): The political contestation of Europe: from integration to disintegration? Culture, Practice & Europeanization, 3(2): 59-73.

Verbalyte M.; von Scheve C. (2018): Feeling Europe: Political Emotion, Knowledge, and Support for the European Union. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, 31(2): 162-188. 


Bossetta M., Dutceac Segesten A., Trenz HJ. (2017): Engaging with European Politics through Twitter and Facebook: Participation beyond the National? in: Barisione M., Michailidou A. (eds.): Social media and European Politics: Rethinking Power and Legitimacy in the Digital Era. London: Palgrave Macmillan: 53-75.

Díez Medrano J. (2017): Multilingualism and European Identification. Sociological Inquiry, 88(3): 410-434.

Díez Medrano J. (2017): Uneven development, Partial Europeanization, and Nationalist Retreat: Societal Challenges to the Integration Project. in: Grimmel A. (Ed.): The Crisis of the European Union. Challenges, Analyses, Solutions. New York:Routledge: 55-69. 

Eigmüller M. (2017): Beyond the crisis: The societal effects of the European transformation. European Law Journal, 23(5): 350-360.

Eigmüller M.; Börner S. (2017): Europäisierung jenseits der Eliten. Der Einfluss immobilen Transnationalismus auf die Einstellungen zur Europäischen Integration. in: Lessenich S. (Ed.): Geschlossene Gesellschaften. Verhandlungen des 38. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bamberg 2016.

Galpin C.; Trenz HJ. (2017) The Spiral of Euroscepticism: Media Negativity, Framing and Opposition to the EU. in: Caiani M., Guerra S. (eds): Euroscepticism, Democracy and the Media. Palgrave Studies in European Political Sociology. Palgrave Macmillan, London: 49-72.

Trenz HJ. (2017): Euroscepticism as EU polity contestation. in: Leruth B., Startin N., Usherwood S. (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism. London: Routledge: 293-305.


Ceka, B.; Sojka, A. (2016): Loving it but not feeling it yet? The state of European identity after the eastern enlargement. European Union Politics, 17(3), 482-503.

Fernández J.J.; Eigmüller M.; Börner S. (2016): Domestic transnationalism and the formation of pro-European sentiments. European Union Politics, 17(3): 457-481. 

Neriman Duru D.; Trenz H. (2016): Diversity in the virtual sphere: social media as a platform for transnational encounters. in: Sicakkan, HG. (ed.): Integration, Diversity and the Making of a European Public Sphere. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing: 94–115.

Mortensen M.; Trenz HJ. (2016): Media Morality and Visual Icons in the Age of Social Media: Alan Kurdi and the Emergence of an Impromptu Public of Moral Spectatorship. Javnost - The Public, 23(4): 343-362.


Michailidou A., Trenz HJ. (2015): Mediatized transnational conflicts: Online media and the politicisation of the European Union in times of crisis. in: Eskjær, MF.; Hjarvard, S.; Mortensen, M. (eds.): The Dynamics of Mediatized Conflicts, 3: 51-70.

Statham P., Trenz HJ. (2015): Understanding the mechanisms of EU politicization: Lessons from the Eurozone crisis. Comparative European Politics, 13(1):287–306.


Givskov, C., & Trenz, H.-J. (2014). Civic engagement through mainstream online newspapers: Possibilities and shortcomings. MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research, 30(56): 44-60.

Michailidou A.; Wilde P. de; Trenz HJ. (2014): The Internet and European Integration: Pro- and Anti-EU Debates in Online News Media. Verlag Barbara Budrich.

Wilde P. de; Michailidou A.; Trenz HJ. (2014): Converging on Euroscepticism: Online Polity Contestation during European Parliament Elections. European Journal of Political Research, 53(4): 766-783.


Michailidou A., Trenz HJ. (2013): Mediatized representative politics in the European Union: towards audience democracy? Journal of European Public Policy, 20(2): 260–277.

Statham, P.; Trenz HJ. (2013): How European Union Politization can Emerge through Contestation: The Constitution Case. Journal of Common Market Studies, 51(5): 965-980.

Wilde P. de; Michailidou A.; Trenz HJ. (2013): Contesting Europe: Exploring Euroscepticism in Online Media Coverage. ECPR Press.


Díez Medrano J. (2012) The Limits of European Integration, Journal of European Integration. Journal of European Integration, 34(2): 191-204.

Eigmüller M. (2012): Der Grundsatz religiöser Neutralität der Europäischen Union im Spiegel der Debatte um den Beitritt der Türkei. in: Matthias Petzoldt (Ed.), Europas religiöse Kultur(en). Leipzig: Ev. Verlagsanstalt.

Eigmüller M. (2012): Die Entstehung des Sozialraum Europa. in: Eigmüller M. (Ed.): Zwischen Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft. Weinheim: Beltz Juventa: 202-225.

Michailidou A., Trenz HJ. (2012): A Media Perspective on Political Representation: Online Claims-Making and Audience Formation in 2009 EP Election Campaigns. in: Kröger S., Friedrich D. (eds): The Challenge of Democratic Representation in the European Union. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Michailidou A.; Trenz HJ.; Wilde P. de (2012): (W)e the Peoples of Europe: Representations of the European Union Polity During 2009 European Parliamentary Elections on the Internet. in: Evas T.; Liebert U.; Lord C. (eds.): Multilayered Representation in the European Union. Nomos: 215-233. 


Eigmüller M. (2011): Die Integration von Desintegration in die Theorien europäischer Integration. Ein Vorschlag für einen erweiterten Theorieansatz. in: Soeffner HG. (Ed.): Verhandlungen des 35. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Frankfurt am Main 2010. Frankfurt/Main: Campus.


Diéz Medrano J. (2010): A New Society in the Making European Integration and European Social Groups. KFG Working Paper Series, 12.

Diéz Medrano J. (2010): Framing Europe: Attitudes to European Integration in Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom. Princeton University Press.

previous to 2010

Diéz Medrano J. (2009): The public sphere and the European Union’s political identity. in: Checkel J.T.; Katzenstein P.J. (eds.): European Identity. Cambridge University Press: 81-111.

Trenz, HJ. (2009): Digital Media and The Return of The Representative Public Sphere. Javnost – The Public, 16(1): 33-46.

Trenz HJ; Wilde P. de (2009): Denouncing European integration: Euroscepticism as reactive identity formation. RECON Online Working Papers Series, 10.

Trenz, HJ. (2008): Measuring the Europeanisation of Public Communication: The Question of Standards. European Political Science, 7(3):273–284.