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Welcome to "Przekrój"!

In case you wonder where you are, and especially since you probably can’t pronounce the name of this website, here’s a little help. “Przekrój” (pron. ‘p-SHEH-crooy’) is the oldest magazine about society and culture in Poland. Now it’s also available in English!

“Przekrój” Magazine brings to the English reader some of the best journalism from across Central and Eastern Europe, in such fields as culture, society, ecology and literature. Stand aside from the haste and fierceness of everyday news and join us now!

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Magazine
Magazine
Magazine / society
The Children of the Whale
The Children of the Whale
Magazine / society

The Indigenous Mirning people of the Great Australian Bight are fighting to protect nature – both the land and the sea that they call home.

Agnieszka Burton

Magazine / culture
From the Desert to Museums
From the Desert to Museums
Magazine / culture

Long marginalized as ‘primitive art’, the art of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia is slowly but surely gaining global recognition.

Karol Sienkiewicz

Magazine / culture
What a Blast
What a Blast
Magazine / culture

A 1000-year-old musical instrument, created with the help of termites and played by using a seemingly impossible breathing loop. We present: the didgeridoo.

Iza Smelczyńska

Magazine / society
Farmers of the Dreamtime
Farmers of the Dreamtime
Magazine / society

After colonizing Australia, white settlers rewrote the continent’s history. It is only now that their descendants are discovering the importance of Aboriginal agricultural practices.

Maciej Świetlik

Magazine / culture
The Heart of the Desert
The Heart of the Desert
Magazine / culture

Uluru – the sandstone rock formation in Australia that white colonialists named Ayer’s Rock – is a place of deep cultural and spiritual significance for Aboriginal peoples.

Aleksandra Reszelska

Magazine / society
The Australian Alcatraz
The Australian Alcatraz
Magazine / society

Traveller Bartosz Twaróg talks about the unjust history of the Aboriginal peoples sent to Palm Island, where they were subjected to colonial violence for decades.

Jan Pelczar

Magazine / science
Dog or Demon?
Dog or Demon?
Magazine / science

Known for it’s bright white smile, the Tasmanian devil is one of the weird but wonderful marsupials that inhabits the Australian continent.

Szymon Drobniak

Magazine / society
Touch the Earth Lightly
Touch the Earth Lightly
Magazine / society

In the village of Yirrkala, on the Gulf of Carpentaria, stands a striking house. Designed by the architect Glenn Murcutt it pays homage to the cultural heritage of its Aboriginal inhabitant.

Zygmunt Borawski

Reading / feuilleton
The World Can Be Changed
Reading / feuilleton

True, it wasn’t us, but corporations that destroyed the Earth’s climate. Having said that, let’s start acting now, because there is no time to waste and no-one else will do it for us.

Julia Fiedorczuk

Reading / society
Borsch, Cabbage, and Fish
Borsch, Cabbage, and Fish
Reading / society

Growing up as a second-generation migrant entails finding one’s identity among mixed customs. This was especially the case for one daughter of Polish parents, who grew up celebrating Polish Christmas Eve (or Wigilia) in Australia.

Paulina Olszanka

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