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  • 24cm x 17cm 
  • Published in Berlin, 2016 

Berlin Quarterly is the European review of culture that combines reportage, poetry, essays and more in deep and multi-layered storytelling.


Issue five asks what it means to be human, and we delivered this brilliant piece of publishing to Stack subscribers in November 2016. Telling stories that range across Europe and beyond, it looks closely at people living in very different conditions and contexts to show the human condition in a fresh light.


In this issue:


  • Portuguese Gypsies (Roma) living on the wild frontier between Portugal and Spain
  • Trevor Paglen on a history of seeing, from cave paintings to drones and AI algorithms
  • An intimate encounter with the insidious reemergence of fascist psychology in Europe
  • Photographer Noga Shtainer’s portraits of twins in a Brazilian village


Berlin Quarterly issue 8 and issue 9 are also available in the Stack shop

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