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Grand Paris eviction | Eurozine

One morning in April 2016, 27 private security agents arrived on the grounds of a rundown warehouse in Vitry-sur-Seine, a Parisian suburb, to evict the

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Exiled voices: identity & literature

Displacement is a bitter muse, but a very powerful one. The experience of exile has played a huge role for thousands of years in literary

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Something happens, somewhere | Eurozine

A non-event, a continuity: growing rapeseed in Ukraine. For the most part, it’s an unsensational succession of seasonal repetitions: hybridized seeds are sown late summer

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Digital loneliness | Eurozine

In the June issue of Turkish literary journal Varlık – titled ‘Loneliness in the age of information’ – contributors attempt an accounting of what we’ve

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Faster, higher, stronger | Eurozine

With Paris Olympia 2024 around the corner, France is in turmoil. Preparations for the Games have been fraught, with striking workers, terrorist threats and disgruntled

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Internal empire | Eurozine

As Russia’s attempt to reestablish its ‘external empire’ via its war on Ukraine enters its third year, Osteuropa focuses on the relations between Moscow and

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European elections: A coming of age?

June’s European elections produced a shock. But it was less the result that was surprising – the surge of the far right had been predicted

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The privilege of anxiety | Eurozine

Anna-Esther Younes is a Palestinian German scholar of race critical theories, psychoanalytic approaches, and de/post-/colonial theory. Her research on the ‘War on antisemitism’, race and

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De l’universalisme dans de sombres temps

Le 20 mars 2024, le prix du livre de Leipzig 2024 pour la compréhension européenne a été décerné au philosophe Omri Boehm de la New School

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‘Free Palestine’: The cry of Tunisia’s next hirak?

With a death toll long surpassing 30,000, the displacement of 1.4 million people, and a famine induced on a population already bearing the brunt of