Kristen Ghodsee, an American ethnographer and a Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at Bowdoin College, discusses women’s movements in Eastern European countries, their common socialist past, and a general history of feminism throughout the world.
Yesterday the Spanish government lost all remaining legitimacy. Rajoy and his government must now resign while progressives must continue the struggle for democracy beyond the nation-state.
The Catalan government is crossing legal limits by calling a referendum without the formal authorisation of the central government. But it is still more legitimate than the forces obstructing it.
A four-wheels citizen-report into the state of housing is making its way across Portugal, gathering testimonies and fighting for tenant rights.
A photo-report from a forgotten city, where memories of war, colonialism and cosmopolitanism linger beyond history.
Germany voted. Almost 13% of the electors chose the Alternative für Deutschland. Another populist victory, another success for the right …
Earlier this summer Theresa May came to Italy on holiday where she made headlines for drunkenly singing ‘God Save Our Gracious Queen’ in a hotel bar. To me, this was a more honest Theresa than the one we saw yesterday.