Sampler: Nansen magazine

by Grace Wang in August 2017

We’ve already seen travel titles like Flaneur zoom in on one single street at a time, and now Nansen is a new magazine about migrant communities honing in on one individual at a time.

Starting with the story of Aydin Akin, a 78-year-old Turkish German activist in Berlin, the issue explores the migrant community and charts the history of immigration in the country. Head over to Sampler to see more of the spreads, and order your copy for free shipping and 10% off.


In this issue:

— Waiting in the queue all day at Berlin’s immigration office
— Charting the Turkish guest workers in Germany from the 1960s
— A local magazine looks at the next generation of German Turks
— Has ‘Willkommenskultur’ lasted beyond the hype of 2015?
— And the unlikely friendship that defied the gentrification divide between old and new migrants of Neukölln


As always, Sampler get you 10% off and free shipping to the US, UK, and Europe. But we only have limited copies available, so don’t sleep on this.

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