"This is a very insightful collection of well-written essays, covering a wide range of issues and appealing to a wide public. It is both comprehensive in its outlook, as well as rich in detail. Its refreshing and multifaceted approach provides a welcome contribution to the research on Eurocentrism."
- Elbrich Offringa, Journal of European Integration History 26.1 (2020)
"This is an excellent collection of essays, which will undoubtedly become a standard reference work in the field of European history and cultural studies."
- Jan Vermeiren, University of East Anglia
"Eurocentrism in History and Memory offers a fresh look at the genesis, essential features, and historical transformation of the idea of Eurocentrism, and thus enables a better understanding of its manifestations in European culture and society in the past and present. Written in a lively style and offering rich illustrative material ensures that this well-researched book will appeal both to specialists in the humanities and social sciences, as well as to a wider range of readers."
- Boris Gubman, The European Legacy, Vol. 27, Iss. 6