Reportagen Band #48

Release: August 2019
Volume: 136 pages
Format: 16.5 × 23 cm
Price: 15,00 

Reportagen send the best authors around the globe. For stories that stay.

In this issue:

–  I’m a yellow vest. The symbol of social protest in France is also a product of globalisation. By Catherine Le Gall, Simon Leplâtre, Lena Mauger.

– Exploitation in opera. Hard-hitting cultural industry: Mona sings Verdi, Puccini and Strauss for dumping wages. By Corinne Holtz.

– Little Frau S. An East German feels strange in the West - how united is Germany 30 years after the fall of communism? By Juliane Schiemenz.

– Running shoes made in Kenya. A daring idea should help the nation with the world's best runners to new pride. By Anja Bengelstorff.

– Crypto-Boys on the high seas. Men, models and Bitcoin: On the road with the pioneers of the digital currency. From Laurie Penny.

–  The historical reportage: Hiroshima 1945 by John Hersey.

 

 

Publisher

Puntas Reportagen AG

Release

August 2019

Format in cm (w × h × d)

16.5 × 23 cm

Volume

136 pages

Language

German

Design

Moiré

ISBN

978-3-906024-47-9