Today, I have the pleasure to announce on this list, two important news from Cultura21: Our relaunched, redesigned, multilingual website atÂ cultura21.net, and the new Cultura21 eBooks series:
New Website: just launched
Please visitÂ http://www.cultura21.net to discover our redesigned website. On this new website, you will find information not only about the activities of Cultura21, but also about other news relevant to Cultura21 themes. Don’t hesitate to browse through the 46 “pages” (top menu bar) and 100 “posts” (right-hand “categories” menu) already available on the website. You will also find a new ‘forum’ on the website (for which you will have to register, in order to contribute).
The website is currently available in the following languages: English, French, German, Spanish, and Esperanto. Further languages will follow (Danish and Turkish are expected for the future).
The web-magazine and the wiki remain available at the same web addresses as usual, and they are linked from the new website too.
With many thanks to the editors who made this possible, and most especially to Roland PrÃ¼fer, our designer and webmaster!
Cultura21 eBooks series: 3 volumes already available
The Cultura21 eBooks Series on Culture and Sustainability, edited by Sacha Kagan and Davide Brocchi, presents findings from inter- and trans-disciplinary perspectives in research and practice. The eBooks are published openly online by Cultura21 Institut e.V. in order to support broad dissemination and to stimulate further debates in civil society and further action-research in the field.
The eBooks, which are available as PDF files, are published as part of Cultura21’s Web Magazine and thus can be found at:Â http://magazin.cultura21.de/piazza/texte and the latest eBook from the series can be found also on our new multilingual website atÂ http://www.cultura21.net.
So far (since December 2010), three eBooks have been released already, in three different languages (German, French and English):
– Vol. 1: Lisa Grabe. Das â€žProjekt Nachhaltigkeitâ€œ. Zu den Grenzen des Nachhaltigkeitskonzepts aus kultureller Perspektive.Â PDF direct link
– Vol. 2: David Knaute. Le Syndrome Karamoja: Repenser la crise des sociÃ©tÃ©s pastorales dans le contexte de la globalisation.Â PDF direct link
– Vol. 3: Julia Hahn. Creative Cities and (Un)Sustainability â€“ Cultural Perspectives.Â PDF direct link