A Privileged Source of Information
Virgílio Afonso da Silva  
(São Paulo 1973), associate professor of Constitutional Law and Human Rights at University of São Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil
Agnese Andreucci  
(Cesena 1968), associate protection officer at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Zagreb
Zagreb, Croatia
Thalia Anthony  
(Sydney 1978), lecturer in Law at University of Sydney
Sydney, Australia
Najwa Barakat  
(1960), Lebanese writer living in Paris
Paris, France
Elisa Battistini  
(Ravenna 1978), journalist specialized in cinema and philosophy
Ravenna, Italy
David Benjamin  
(Lansing 1972), founder and principal of The Living, adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University (Graduate School of Architecture) and visiting assistant professor at Pratt Institute (Department of Undergraduate Architecture)
New York, USA
Carlos Bernal Pulido  
(Bogotà 1974), professor of Constitutional Law at University Externado of Colombia in Bogotà
Bogotà, Colombia
Boris Blahak  
(1970), lecturer of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) at the Economical University of Bratislava
Bratislava, Slovak Republic and Brno, Czech Republic
Sabrina Brancato  
(Napoli 1971), Lecturer at the Department of New Anglophone Literatures and Cultures, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Andrea Bruciati  
(Corinaldo 1968), critic and art historian, currently director of Contemporary Art Gallery of Monfalcone
Udine, Italy
Caterina Calderoni  
(Ravenna 1963), professor of Composition at the Conservatory of Bari
Milano, Italy
Resy Canonica Walangitang  
(1969), journalist at Radio Televisione Svizzera Italiana in Lugano (RTSI), and expert of Indonesian studies
Lugano, Swiss
Jean-Pierre Cassarino  
(Dijon 1968), scientific coordinator of the MIREM project, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute
Florence Italy
JungBong Choi  
(Seoul 1969), Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema Studies at New York University
New York, USA
Joao Cosme  
(Lisbon 1974), part-time teacher at the University of Bristol and about to finish a PhD in the in Post-colonial Studies (African Literature)
Bristol, Great Britain
Diogo R. Coutinho  
(Sao Paulo 1974), Lecturer of law and economic regulation at University of São Paulo (USP)
São Paulo, Brazil
Francisca Cuadrado Ibáñez  
(Murcia 1967), psychologist at the Asociación Madrileña Contra la Fibrosis Quística
Madrid, España
Charles Dantzig  
novelist, poet and essayist
Paris, France
Katia Dianina  
(St. Petersburg 1965), assistant professor of Russian at University of Virginia
Charlottesville, USA
Michael Ehrmann  
(Ulm 1968), principal economist in the Directorate General Research at the European Central Bank
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Andrea Ferrara  
(Udine 1961), associated professor at the International School for Advanced Studies of Trieste and affiliated to the Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri
Trieste, Italy
Carla Fibla  
(Valencia 1973), Magreb permanent correspondent for La Vanguardia Newspaper and Cadena SER Radio
Rabat, Marocco
Ehren Fordyce  
(Morgantown 1971), assistant professor of Drama at Stanford University
Stanford, USA
Pablo Gasparini  
(Rosario 1971), researcher at University of Campina of São Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil
Matthias Göritz  
(Hamburg 1969), writer
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Bob Sugeng Hadiwinata  
(Bondowoso 1963), associate professor at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences University of Parahyangan
Bandung, Indonesia
Stefan Halikowski Smith  
(1970 Oxford), lecturer in early modern history at University of Wales, Swansea
Swansea (Wales), U.K.
Elizabeth Holmes  
(Cambridge 1968), journalist and editor
Suffolk coast, England
Alexander D'Hooghe  
(Vilvoorde 1973), assistant professor on tenure track of Architecture and Urbanism
at MIT Department of Architecture, City Design and Development Group
Cambridge, USA
Ameena Hussein  
(Colombo 1964), writer and co-founder of Perera-Hussein Publishing House
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Stephane Ibinga  
(Tchibanga 1973), Doctoral Student at the English Department at Stellenbosch University
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Piki Ish-Shalom  
(Haifa 1968), lecturer in the Department of International Relations at The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Israel
Eric Jarosinski  
(Park Falls 1971), visiting assistant professor of German at Rutgers University
New Brunswick, USA
Masahiro Kashima  
(1948), professor of International Relations at the Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environment Studies at University of Kanazawa
Kanazawa, Japan
Mirabelle Madignier  
(Lyon 1969), historian and consultant to publishing houses
Florence, Italy
Florian Malzacher  
Journalist and founding member and curator’s collective Unfriendly Takeover in Frankfurt and programming dramaturge/curator of the festival steirischer herbst in Graz
Graz, Austria
Roland Menges  
(1965 Braunschweig), lecturer in Economic Theory at the International Institute for Management, University of Flensburg
Flensburg, Germany
Jane Morecroft  
(Essex 1974), freelance journalist
London, England
Michaela Moura-Koçoglu  
(Frankfurt), Journalist and Communications Specialist
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Magdalena Nowinska  
(Wroclaw 1974), translator and literary agent
São Paolo, Brazil
Federico Palomo  
(Madrid 1968), researcher at the Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa-Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Lisboa, Portugal
Emily Pollnitz  
researcher at the department of History at University of Sydney
Sydney, Australia
Luca Quattrocchi  
(Roma 1959), professor of Contemporary Art at University of Siena
Siena, Italy
Youval Rotman  
(Tel Aviv 1965), Assistant Professor of History at Yale University
New Haven, USA
Norbert Schreiber  
(Kaiserslautern 1949) moderator and journalist of culture, education and science at the Hessische Rundfunk
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Daisy Ng Sheung-Yuen  
(Hong Kong 1961), Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies at National University of Singapore
Kulwant Singh  
(Jammu 1959), professor of Law at the University of Jammu
Jammu, India
Eldad Stobezki  
(Tel Aviv 1951), editor, translator and scout for literature from Israel and Germany
Tel Aviv, Israel and Frankfurt am Main, Germany
John Swire  
(Stoke on Trent 1959), agricultural PR and journalist, following the MSc-Program at Leicester University in Geographic Information Systems
Leicester, England
Jörg Trempler  
(Dülmen / Westfalen 1970), Art historian at Humboldt University of Berlin
Berlin, Germany
Alina Warne (Katowice 1967), political scientist and writer
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Yeo Wei Wei  
(Singapore 1973), Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the National University of Singapore
Richard White  
senior lecturer in History at University of Sydney
Sydney, Australia
Ewa Wójtowicz  
(Poznan 1975), teacher at Academy of Fine Arts of Poznan
Poznan, Poland
Soo-in Yang  
(Seoul 1975), founder and principal of The Living, adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University (Graduate School of Architecture) and visiting assistant professor at Pratt Institute (Department of Undergraduate Architecture)
New York, USA
Mathias Zeidler  
(Brandeburg 1969) lecturer and scientist in Plant Molecular Biology at Giessen University
Giessen, Germany