From Autumn 2009 to Spring 2011, Eurozine organized a series of public debates in cities across central and eastern Europe, including Budapest, Bratislava, Brno, Bucharest, Lviv, Sofia, Warsaw and Vienna. Making use of a well-established media platform and a wide-ranging network of editors, authors and intellectuals, the debates have made a substantial contribution to cross-border discussion on cultural identities and the European integration project. The texts based on the discussions were first published on the Eurozine website and republished in translation by journals in the Eurozine network. In this volume they have been supplemented by further articles and interviews. Many more articles on the topics dealt with here are available at www.eurozine.com.
The debate series "Europe talks to Europe" is a cooperation between Eurozine and ERSTE Foundation, realized together with, among others, Critique & Kontext (Bratislava), Magyar Lettre Internationale (Budapest), Res Publica Nowa (Warsaw) and Center for Urban History of East Central Europe (Lviv).
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