Europe in a New Key: A Dispatch from Athens

Europe’s post-war period is over. But how should we approach the history of our age? In this essay, Camilo Erlichman reflects on the possible themes for a history of the present by looking at the continent from the vantage point of its interpretative fringes. It has now been more than a decade since the late Tony Judt published his monumental history of post-war Europe that has become one of the standard accounts of the period. In his… Read More

2nd International Workshop – Athens

The end of the European civil society utopia? Economic, cultural and political surveys in Athens Our first international workshop on Europe and its crisis in Oviedo (Spain) in 2015 is now followed up by an economic, cultural and political meeting in the capital of Greece. We invite citizens, students and representatives from the civil society, local initiatives, start-ups and other entrepreneurs to join our discussion on contemporary challenges of being European. What… Read More

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