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Cover of issue 3-4, 2011. The theme of this issue was commitment.
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Glänta is a Swedish quarterly cultural magazine published in Sweden.
History and profile
Glänta was established by Göran Dahlberg in 1993. He is also the editor of the magazine which publishes articles about philosophy, politics, aesthetics, literature, art, and history. The editorial office is situated in Göteborg, Sweden.
Glänta is a contributing member of the cultural magazine network Eurozine. The magazine is published by the economic association Kulturföreningen Glänta. The association also operates an independent publishing house under the same name. In 2007, Glänta was one of about 90 selected magazines from around the world to participate in Documenta 12 magazines.
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