The Festival Age (1988 – 1993). Was There a Phenomenon? Toward the 30th Anniversary of Ukrainian New Independent Culture
2021 marks the 30th anniversary of Ukrainian state independence. What are the most significant events in contemporary Ukrainian art and culture that emerged in the late 1980s and early 1990s? How do they reflect the Zeitgeist of Eastern Europe during that time?
Do not Ask Who We Are but how We Act – Conceptualising Collectivity with Les Groupes Medvedkine, Scuola senza Fine and Precarias a la Deriva
The research project examines notions of collectivity, based on three cinematic-political practices: In 1967 filmmakers and striking factory workers meet in Besançon, France, and founded Les Groupes Medvedkine - collectively
Phenomenological Encounters: Scenes from Central Europe
This projects explores the role of phenomenology—and later, beginning in the 1920s, of the existentialism that grows out of phenomenology—in East-Central Europe through World War II and the Stalinist years; the attempts in the late 1950s and 1960s to create a revisionist Marxism; and
EiGD Research Director Clemena Antonova interviewed by New Books Network
Our Research Director for the Eurasia in Global Dialogue program was recently interviewed by the New Books Network on her 2019 book Visual Thought in Russian Religious Philosophy: Pavel Florensky's Theory of the Icon, published by Routledge.
In this latest episode in the second season of our Democracy in Question? podcast, Shalini Randeria is in conversation with Timothy Garton Ash, asking: Does liberalism need reinvention in the 21st century?
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