On the differences between a House and a Hut. Including an interview with Taja Vovk van Gaal, the Academic Project Leader of the House of European History.
What is Europe? If consensus is shallow – and honestly: unlikely – what happens if we embrace our deepest, essential quality instead? Can we say at this point that said quality is discursiveness? Can we search for the roots of a European identity in a myriad of conflicts and struggles?
Several candidates from the past compete today in the construction of the narratives necessary to make sense of our present and future, and the way this happens affects our everyday life. We talked with Rogers Cremers about World War II Today.
In which we ask the question, is it possible for Europe to speak one language?