The interface between Marx and Brussels. Editorial

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The interface between Marx and Brussels. Editorial

The editorial introduces papers mostly presented at the 22nd session of the biennial Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape (PECSRL) in the sub-theme Interface between Marx and Brussels. The title of the Conference was European Rural Future: Landscape as an Interface and it was held from 4th-9th of September 2006 in Berlin and Hubertusstock, Brandenburg, Germany. The place and time were liminal as European Union (EU) accession included eight post-communist states on 1st of May 2004. The papers that make up this twin special issue address the interface between the East/West and the past/future each uniquely.

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