Borderland: On Reviving Culture is a most timely book that tells the story of a project for our times. It is the story of the Borderland organization, which consists of two dovetailing initiatives, an international NGO, the Borderland Foundation, and the more locally and nationally focused Borderland Centre of Arts, Culture and Nations. Borderland is based in the far northeastern corner of Poland close to the borders of Russia, Lithuania and Belarus, where it has devised an array of programs and initiatives designed to promote harmonious cultural plurality in a region of inter-ethnic and religious tensions that date back centuries.
Ian Watson, Director of the Theatre Program, Director of the Urban Civic Initiative, Department of Arts, Culture and Media, Rutgers University-Newark
Lukasz Galusek is a scholar of the culture and art of Central Europe, in particular the links between space, memory, and identity. He works at the International Cultural Centre in Krak'ow Dorota Siero'n-Galusek's field of academic interest is cultural education, in particular biography as a source of knowledge on the formative role of culture. She works at the University of Silesia.
They have been following the work of Borderland, both at close quarters and from further afield, for many years.
(From the publisher's website.)