What might resistance look like today? In search of an answer, Enis Maci draws a line in her essay collection from Joan of Arc through Sophie Scholl to Albanian sworn virgins. She unmasks the identitarians' media strategies as a travesty, questions native tongues and origins, travels to the “Walhalla” memorial and gazes at the bust of Edith Stein, a nun murdered in Auschwitz. She dwells in social peripheries and interweaves the loose ends of things that had to be told into a dense panorama of the European present. Tobias Herzberg and Enis Maci discuss the everyday, the private and the political.
In collaboration with the Suhrkamp Verlag