David Van Reybrouck
David Van Reybrouck is a cultural historian, archaeologist and writer of non-fiction, theater and poetry. His new book Revolusi was published last November. He achieved his greatest success with Congo: A History, which was awarded the Libris History Prize 2010, the AKO Literature Prize 2010 and the Prix Médicis 2012. He has also written, among other things, Plea for Populism, Tegen Verkiezingen and the theater texts Para en Missie.
Thomas Erdbrink writes as Bureau Chief Northern Europe for The New York Times, previously he was a correspondent for the same newspaper and The Washington Post in Iran. He also made the series Onze man in Tehran for the VPRO and presented VPRO Summer Guests. He is in the theater with Haagsch College with his theater show Onze Man in Tehran.
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