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A conversation with Spanish social critic César Rendueles

Let's not confuse contemporary social atomization with freedom as a complex project that requires some degree of cooperation and mutual support, says César Rendueles. And reject, once and for all, the technological ideology that extols cooperation and community building only when these are mediated by digital technologies. [ more ]

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Winds of urban change

Vladimir Yermakov

Sergei Dovlatov, a dissident sans idea

Sonja Pyykkö

Evading power

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Maidan - Die unerwartete Revolution [Maidan - The unexpected revolution]

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"Index" looks into the future of journalism; "Transit" keeps alive the memory of the Maidan; in "Syn og Segn", climate optimist Kristin Halvorsen calls for a global price tag on pollution; "Kulturos barai" talks to urban ecologist Warren Karlenzig; "Rigas Laiks" congratulates Reykjavik's first anarchist mayor; "Merkur" discusses photography and the definition of artistic value; "La Revue nouvelle" braces itself for more European political deadlock; "Kritiikki" profiles Russian émigré author Sergei Dovlatov; and "Nova Istra" remembers the Croatian émigré poet Viktor Vida.

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Independence in an age of interdependence

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Was Crimea a preliminary exercise?

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Springerin | 3/2014

Arab Summer


Springerin | 2/2014

Zensur [Censorship]


Springerin | 1/2014

Chronic Times


Springerin | 4/2013

Kunst der Verschuldung [Art of indebtedness]


Springerin | 3/2013

Apparate Maschinen [Apparatus Machines]


Springerin | 2/2013

Unruhe der Form [Unrest of form]


Springerin | 1/2013

Antihumanismus [Anti-humanism]


Springerin | 4/2012

Leben im Archiv


Springerin | 3/2012

Art of Angry


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Bleibender Wert?


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Bon Travail


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Umbruch Arabien


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Nicht integriert


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Politisches Design


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Wende Wiederkehr


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Escape routes


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Modell Labor Tanz [Model laboratory dance]


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Art on demand


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My Religion


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Remapping Critique


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Journal Welt


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Lernen von...


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Leben/Überleben [Live/Survive]


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Andere Modernen


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Working Poor


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Theory Now


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Kollektive Amnesien [Collective Amnesias]


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South America: The New Hope?


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Friend Foe


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Past Forward


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Alte Medien


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Welt Provinzen


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Rip-Off Culture


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The 26th European Meeting of Cultural Journals
Conversano, 3-6 October 2014
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