Advisory Board

Samuel Abrahám
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Kritika & Kontext, Bratislava; Rector of Liberal arts College (BISLA), Slovakia

Slavenka Drakulić
Writer, Stockholm/Vienna/Zagreb

Walter Famler
Long-term editor of Wespennest; General Secretary, Alte Schmiede Kunstverein Wien, Vienna

Claus Leggewie
Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut, Essen

Susan Neiman
Director, Einstein Forum, Potsdam

Klaus Nellen
Permanent Fellow Emeritus at the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM), Vienna; previously executive editor of Transit

Arne Ruth
Writer and journalist, Stockholm

Thorsten Schilling
Director, Medien- und Kommunikationszentrum Berlin, Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn/Berlin

Judith Vidal-Hall
Publisher and editor, London

Gaby Zipfel
Initiator of the international research group ‘Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict’; researcher at the Hamburger Stiftung zur Förderung von Wissenschaft und Kultur, Hamburg

 

The Eurozine Advisory Board plays an important role in guiding and advising the Eurozine editors. In its consultative function, the Advisory Board directs the attention of the Eurozine editorial staff – the editorial office in Vienna and the Editorial Board – to matters of importance in academia, publishing, and the cultural sector. The Advisory Board offers ideas for the content of the magazine, advises on editorial strategy, and facilitates contact between Eurozine and experts.

The members of the Advisory Board are publishers, editors, authors, academics, and public intellectuals. They are active in regions throughout Europe and worldwide, and bring with them extensive experience from a broad range of fields. Some members are editors of cultural journals already belonging to the Eurozine network; others act as external consultants.

The Advisory Board meets once a year at the European Meeting of Cultural Journals – the annual Eurozine conference. The Eurozine Editorial Board and the staff of the Vienna office also sit in on this meeting. The significance of the Advisory Board meeting is enriched by the background of the conference, which is attended by over seventy editors and intellectuals from across Europe.