In: Schengen Art

What’s on the menu? Schengen as geo-culinary topos
July 31, 2013

Since last May, Russia has its own ‘Schengen’. It’s a place where you can go for pleasure or business. It’s a…

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Saying ‘non’ to Schengen: or how a visa refusal can challenge the system
June 29, 2013

“Non, merci”. These simple words have caused a stir, embarrassing France and Europe as a whole in the process. What I…

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Schengen blues: critical (musical) notes on Europe
February 28, 2013

There’s something about Schengen that makes it a favourite subject of creative types of all stripes.  What this ‘quid’ consists of…

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How (popular) music reproduces the ‘Schengen myth’
May 31, 2012

Can music, and popular music in particular, contribute to the reinforcement of the myth of Schengen as emblem of ‘freedom, security…

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Schengen macht frei?
February 9, 2012

Does Schengen really makes us a free? The performer Sarpinto does not think so, and he sings it out loud. Schengen…

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A fish called Schengen (border)
February 9, 2012

 The picture here is an aerial view of land art installation by Polish artist Jaroslaw Koziara as a part of the Land…

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