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The September issue of EuropeNow has arrived with a special feature on European Culture and the Moving Image. This issue presents the complex connectivity of European moving images, revealing new possibilities of archival research made possible by alternative and audience-generated archives.
The summer issue of EuropeNow has arrived. From Europe’s pandemic failure, to QAnon, to the German Far Right, scholars and artists alike consider many of the challenges Europe is facing today
The May issue of EuropeNow has arrived with a special feature on Sustainable European Cities and Digitization, curated by Nicole Shea and Zsuzsanna Varga.
The spring issue of EuropeNow has arrived. From a roundtable on ideas of race and Roma rights, to European integration, to safe entry for migrants, scholars and artists alike consider many of the challenges Europe is facing today.
The February issue of EuropeNow has arrived. From a turbulent year in the EU’s neighborhood, to COVID-19, elections, and protests, scholars and artists alike consider many of the challenges Europe is facing today.
Since the police killings of Breonna Taylor in March and George Floyd this past May, hundreds of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets across the United States to call for an end to police violence—and, sometimes, the abolition of police altogether.