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Berlin Quarterly Issue 12. European Review of Culture

Berlin Quarterly

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Issue 12

Journalist Zuzanna Buk┼éaha delineates the current political and social fissures in her native Poland,┬áGerman writer Jenny Erpenbeck looks back on her childhood in East Berlin with three short memoir works, Marek Bienczyk┬áshares a study on transparency, Pablo Maurette investigates the concept of ketman, a creative form of self-censorship that intellectuals and artists practice under totalitarian regimes, and Mark Tardi translates Olga Hund, exploring the inner workings of a psychiatric hospital. Also with poetry by Ann Cotten and Xandria Phillips, photography by Elliott Verdier┬áthat documents the cinematic landscapes of Kyrgyzstan, and Ana├»s TondeurÔÇÖs stunning, haunting cyanotypes of vegetation from Chernobyl alongside┬ámeditations on the tragedy and its aftermath by writer Michael Marder.

Berlin Quarterly is a European cultural journal with global perspective. It combines in-depth reportage, literature and visual culture.