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.
A photo-report from a forgotten city, where memories of war, colonialism and cosmopolitanism linger beyond history.
What brings a Tribesman, an American and a Czech together? A psychedelic tea, of course.
I feel like I am smuggling neglected Central and East European literary values into World literature.
An oak near to the village of Spělkov will commemorate the Roma partisan.
Now, a quarter of a century later, much of the population of former Yugoslavia look back with nostalgia at the communist days of old.
Italy’s prime tourist destination is home to a surprisingly active autonomous cultural network working to subvert the neoliberal forces that have ravaged the city.