Eurozine

Eurozine

Cultural Journal/Kulturní časopis / Network of European cultural journals, linking up more than 90 partner journals and associated magazines and institutions from nearly all European countries./Sdružuje na 90 spřátelených časopisů napříč Evropou, jejichž články publikuje v angličtině. Redakce časopisu má sídlo ve Vídni.

Digital culture wars

Understanding the far right’s online powerbase Millions of people are consuming, repeating and disseminating far-right ‘culture war’ material online, but …

A winter of Czech discontent

September’s Czech Republic First! demonstrations combined legitimate concerns about the cost of living with pro-Kremlin propaganda. But the Czech PM’s …

Demodernization by missiles

Infrastructure in eastern Ukraine has been decimated; business and manufacturing displaced; cultural artifacts destroyed; communities disrupted and families bereaved. In …

A double-edged eco sword

Climate change affects us all yet not equally. The plight of those forced to migrate as a result – often …

Decentralizing the Cold War

When Boris Yeltsin told George Bush in 1991 that the USSR couldn’t exist without Ukraine, he wasn’t referring to the …

Energy and existence

PEN Ukraine conversations With Russia closing its gas pipeline to Europe, predicted economic downturns have hit the markets. Skyrocketing energy …

Fighting for Roma identity

This year’s Venice Biennale proudly features a Roma Pavilion. But Roma people are still often underrepresented. Romania’s recent population census …

Strategies of unimaginable crime

While Zelensky calls for Ukrainian civilians to flee eastern Donetsk, under ongoing attack from Russia’s military, Putin maintains that his …

The arc of world war memories

War memorials and faded names on plaques have lost their power to remind us of battlefield realities in the past. …

When self care is guilty pleasure

Testimonies of women in war Who can focus on interior design after the massacres of Mariupol, Borodyanka and Bucha? Ukrainian women …

Migrant women staying behind

Out of cities and work, India´s working women struggle to rebuild their lives.  Millions of internal migrants were sent back …

No empire without end

Putin’s Ukraine war is drawing a curtain on ‘Pax Rossica’, the notion that Russia can dominate the post-Soviet Eurasian landmass. …

Fighting fatigue

The unspoken aspect of war It’s easy to get exhausted soon after startling news breaks. But dealing with a limited …

Making sense of the war

As the shock of war gives way to reflection, Ukrainian public discourse has turned to questions of the past, present …

Metaverse wars

War becomes the twin of communication: the development of media has not only changed how warfare is reported, but also …

The justice train from Bucha

The egregious crimes against Ukraine’s civilian population might just be too much for the International Criminal Court to handle. Not …