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31.07.2015
Andrea Peto

After "emancipation after emancipation"

On Europe's anti-gender movements

As anti-gender movements gain momentum throughout Europe, using the concept of gender as a technical category may, in the long run, prove more self-destructive than useful. Andrea Peto argues for the re-enchantment of feminist politics. [ more ]

31.07.2015
Kristen Ghodsee, Adriana Zaharijevic

Fantasies of feminist history in eastern Europe

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Ella Paneyakh

Re-atomization

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Dana Polatin-Reuben

A win for Team Internet?

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Finnish
Nuori Voima on viisi kertaa vuodessa ilmestyvä ilmeikäs kirjallisuuslehti, jonka avustajakunta koostuu kirjailijoista, kriitikoista, kääntäjistä, filosofeista ja eri alojen tutkijoista. Jokainen numero rakentuu tietyn teeman ympärille.

Nuoren Voiman tilaukseen kuuluu kaksi kertaa vuodessa ilmestyvä Kritiikki-lehti. Yli 120-sivuinen Nuoren Voiman kirjakatsaus tarjoaa lukijoilleen pohdittua ja laadukasta kirjallisuuskritiikkiä ja -esseistiikkaa.

English
Nuori Voima ["Youthful Strength"] is a venerable and visually expressive Finnish literary magazine, published five times a year. Contributors include writers, critics, translators, philosophers and scholars of all stripes. Each issue of the magazine focuses on a chosen theme.

Nuori Voima is accompanied by a biannual supplement, Kritiikki. At more than 100 pages per issue, Kritiikki is one of the most in-depth publications of literary criticism in Finland, with high-quality reviews, analyses and essays on the best of modern literature, whether originally in Finnish or translated into Finnish.




Articles published in Eurozine


Vladimir Yermakov

Sergei Dovlatov, a dissident sans idea

All but invisible in his home country, Sergei Dovlatov was something of a mythical figure among the Russian diaspora of New York. Indeed, Vladimir Yermakov compares the conundrum of Dovlatov's life as a writer to Escher's composition of two hands simultaneously drawing one another. [more]

15.10.2014


Sonja Pyykkö

Evading power

Sonja Pyykkö speaks to György Dragomán about the inspiration for his highly successful novel "The White King", which has been translated into at least 28 languages and draws on the author's experience of growing up in a totalitarian state, near the border between Romania and Hungary. [more]

15.10.2014


Kristian Blomberg

Metaphors in film

Photography and film changed the way we experience the world by capturing traces that would otherwise have been forgotten, assuming they were even noticed in the first place. Kristian Blomberg asks, could film be a metaphor for a rare kind of truth? [more]

25.06.2014


Antti Nylén

On meat-eating

Until fairly recently, meat-eating wasn't an issue at all. You didn't think about meat, you just ingested it. Nowadays, writes Finnish critic Antti Nylén, it's hard to imagine a more extreme phenomenon than modern meat consumption. So how can meat-eating still be possible? [more]

25.10.2013


Esa Kirkkopelto

A manifesto for generalized anthromorphism

Why theatre is leaping behind other art forms in the 21st century. [more]

07.09.2004


Antti Nylén

Me and Morrissey

Notes on the essence and effects of a voice

Dandy, bohemian, gay icon, pop singer: A portrait of Morrissey. [more]

24.08.2004


Tuomas Nevanlinna

Avant-garde and politics

Malevich, Stalin, Laibach

The tempestous relations between art and politics. [more]

07.10.2003


Markku Lehtinen

The allure of artificiality

Editorial "Nuori Voima" 5-6/2003

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30.03.2004


 

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