Cosmopolitanism and Its Borders: Volume 4, Issue 2 Autumn 2019

Editorial: Cosmopolitanism and Its Borders
J.P. Singh

Theme 1: The Incredible Cosmopolitanism of Wroclaw | Multimodal

Editor’s Note
J.P. Singh

My Wroclaw
Rafał Dutkiewicz

AIA Interview with Rafał Dutkiewicz, Mayor of Wroclaw (2002–2018)
Rafał Dutkiewicz and Arts & International Affairs

Wroclaw—A Phoenix City with the Innovation Gene
Jerzy M. Langer

Green City
Rafał Dutkiewicz

Architecture in European Capital of Culture Wroclaw 2016
Zbyszek Maćków

Wroclaw—Driven by Knowledge
Ewa Kaucz

The Depot History Centre—Space for History
Marek Mutor

Reclaiming History: Why the Jewish European Experience Should Matter to All of Us
Bente Kahan

The Grotowski Institute: First 30 Years
Jarosław Fret

The Changing Faces of Literary Life in Wroclaw
Katarzyna Janusik and Irek Grin

A Space for Beauty: The National Forum of Music (NFM)
NFM team and Andrzej Kosendiak

Hydropolis—Everything Starts from Water
Rafał Zagrobelny

Nowe Żerniki—The Housing Estate of European Capital of Culture Wroclaw 2016
Zbyszek Maćków

Engagement of Youth/Students in the European Capital of Culture 2016 and Its Follow-up
Kamila Kamińska-Sztark

Themes 2: Reflections on Borders

Art-Power and Border Art | Longform
Renée Marlin-Bennett

Sarajevo Femme Fatale | Multimodal
Joanna Zielińska

Cosmopolitanism as a Potential Theoretical Solution to the Challenges of Globalised Urbanisation| Longform
Saaed bin Mohammed

Cultural Diplomacy and the City | Brushstrokes
Sascha Priewe