Polish Politics of Memory and the Notion of the Future in Memory Research
The project concerns Polish collective memory or, precisely, the way the future - both the one currently anticipated and that imagined in the past - influences how particular frameworks and politics of memory are construed.
The March 2021 killing of six Asian American women in Atlanta followed a year in which the 45th US President and the right-wing media had gleefully referred to the “China Virus” – exemplifying the tendency in a pandemic to make a scapegoat of the original disease
New Europe's Futures Blog Post About Identity Provision In Balkan Disputes
The Europe's Futures blog features contributions by current and former Fellows of our Europe’s Futures – Ideas for Action program. The newest blog post is written by former Europe's Futures fellow Ioannis Armakolas and asks if identity provisions in agreements in the enduring Balkan disputes…
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