Narratives for Europe: Voices

Writers Ece Temelkuran, Neel Mukherjee, David van Reybrouck, Rodaan Al Galidi, artists Bogomir Doringer, Ruud Gielens, Laila Soliman, change agent Kirsten van den Hul, journalist/ editor Claude Grunitzky share their visions and thoughts on four timely topics at the heart of European public debate and media.

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Narratives for Europe: Reading Room

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We invite you to read the contributions from journalists, researchers, writers who are, as we, investigating and questioning European Narratives and their making in the present and the future.

Authors (pictured above from left to right): Umayya Abu-Hanna, Abdelkader Benali, Jan Brokken, Odile Chenal,  Magnólia Costa,  Hongjian Cui, Jason Dittmer, Lillian Fellmann, Amitav Ghosh, Marc Hannemann, Yudhishthir Raj Isar, Rajendra K. Jain, Renée Jones-Bos, Wolfram Kaiser, Gazmend Kapllani, Svetla Kazalarska, Karine Lisbonne-de Vergeron, Wietske Maas,  Nat Muller, Silvia Nanclares, Thijs van Nimwegen, Fokke Obbema, Rainer Ohliger, Didier Pasamonik, Cristina Pecequilo, Kerstin Poehls, Ranabir Samaddar, Monica Sassatelli, Paul Scheffer, Jian Shi, Bas Snelders, Iryna Videnava and Niña Weijers.

The Reading Room contributions:

Why Europe Doesn't Make us Dream: Live Cinema on Migration and Media Representation

Pedro Jiménez (ZEMOS98) has written about the most recent performance of €urovisions, an audiovisual show created and performed live by Karol Rakowski (Poland); Okaku Noriko (Japan / UK); Farah Rahman (Netherlands) and Malaventura (Spain); English support collective The Light Surgeons, with technical and artistic coordination of ZEMOS98. ECF presented €urovisions at EYE Film Institute in Amsterdam on 22 May 2014.

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Summer Reads 2015

The summer months are a time for relaxation and reflection – a chance to explore new places and new ideas. With this in mind, we have compiled some recommended reading materials to accompany you on your journeys this summer – including articles and books from ECF’s own Library and some from our partners’ collections too. We hope you enjoy them.

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