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The future of politics

Lectora in fabula festival, Conversano (Italy), 10-13 September

The eleventh Lectora in fabula festival takes place in Conversano, Italy, from 10 to 13 September. Leading European intellectuals, broadcasters, filmmakers, photographers and activists meet to discuss the future of politics, with a special emphasis on European cultural integration. [ more ]

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