HERITO, No. 15: Nations and stereotypes

HERITO, No. 15: Nations and stereotypes

Stereotypical thinking is deeply rooted in culture, history and collective memory. It does not solely mirror real, old or recent conflicts, although it cannot be entirely separated from them. And yet the political situation can be the most effective method of changing the stereotype. We do not have to look far for examples. One can even say that we have some happening now in our own backyard. In this issue on nations and stereotypes the subject is discussed by Shlomo Avineri, Maciej Czerwiński, Tadeusz Lubelski, Piotr Majewski, Mykola Riabchuk, Ziemowit Szczerek and Łukasz Trzciński.

Also in the issue: Mirosław Bałka and Kasia Redzisz in a conversation on how art corresponds with its place, Stefan Kraus on an extraordinary museum in Cologne designed by Peter Zumthor, Wojciech Szymański on visible and “invisible” Joanna Rajkowska, Edyta Gajewska on the Gierymski brothers, Wojciech Wilczyk on the unknown landscapes by the Oder, Beata K. Nykiel on a “pure white breed” of horses from Lipnica and Emil Brix on a different meaning of 1989.

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