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Zsófia Bán, Maarja Kangro and Bronka Nowicka

A land of migrants? Reflecting on European experiences of culture


Europe includes 28 countries, each of which comprises a richness of cultures and traditions; Europe has also been, historically, a land of migrations, receiving migrants and seeing large numbers of its people migrating to other regions. How does all this affect culture? The Hungarian author, critic and scholar, Zsófia Bán, Estonian poet, short story writer, librettist and translator Maarja Kangro and the artist Bronka Nowicka (Poland) discuss the way migrants have shaped the cultural evolution of Europe. Chaired by journalist Georgina Godwin.

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