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The European Fall is an anthology that charts the mental consequences of the economic and political crisis that Europe is going through. It consists of 28 essays - one from each EU-country, written by leading intellectuals of the continent. Agnes Heller (Hungary), Gazmend Kapplani (Greece), Marlene Streeruwitz (Austria), Jose-Ignacio Torresblanca (Spain), Varia Vike-Freiberga (Latvia), Tariq Ali (GB), Slavenka Draculic (Kroatia), Stefano Benni (Italy), Martin Simecka (Slovakia), Olga Tocarcz...
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Undertitel 28 essays on the european crisis
Forfattere Christoffer Emil Bruun (forfatter), Jacob Giese (oversætter), Tim Davies (redaktør), Helle Albeck (oversætter), Silvia Schleiermacher (oversætter), Jon Ask Jacobsen (oversætter), Frauke Giebner (oversætter), Tonny Pedersen (oversætter)
Udgivet 7 oktober 2013
Længde 200 sider
Genrer Samfund og Politik, Faglitteratur
Sprog English
Format epub
Beskyttelse Vandmærket
ISBN 9788740014402
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The European Fall is an anthology that charts the mental consequences of the economic and political crisis that Europe is going through. It consists of 28 essays - one from each EU-country, written by leading intellectuals of the continent. Agnes Heller (Hungary), Gazmend Kapplani (Greece), Marlene Streeruwitz (Austria), Jose-Ignacio Torresblanca (Spain), Varia Vike-Freiberga (Latvia), Tariq Ali (GB), Slavenka Draculic (Kroatia), Stefano Benni (Italy), Martin Simecka (Slovakia), Olga Tocarczuk (Poland), Marju Lauristin (Estonia), Landsbergis (Lithuania), Janne Teller (Denmark), Tuomas Nevanlinna (Finland), Nina Bjørk (Sweeden), Stojan Pelko (Slovenia), Ivan Krastev (Bulgaria), Geert van Istendael (Belgium), Christine Ockrant (France), Claude Frisoni (Luxembourg), Colm Tobin (Ireland), Andreas Theophanous (Cypres), Vanni Xuereb (Malta), Claes Vreese (Holland), Ioana Pavulescu (Rumania), Radka Danimarkova (Czech Republic), Almeida Faria (Portugal)