Places

This History Is (Not) For You

By Aren Burnside Monuments, memorials, and museums all attempt…
26 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

The Birth of an Idea

By Raymundo Juarez At 6:00, on a Saturday morning, my alarm…
26 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Nations as Extended Family

By Autumn McMillan I’ve been to five countries in the last…
20 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

The Political Power of Victimhood and Guilt

By Jay Skelton Everyone has been a victim of something, of…
20 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

In the Public Eye: Budapest Monuments and the Idea of Victimhood

By Mia White Budapest is known for its many gorgeous and unique…
20 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

The Roma Are People Too

By Clare Toner Part of what drew me to the Central Europe…
13 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Let History Speak for Itself

By Kyra McDermott In every corner of the world, monuments…
13 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Anachronistic Architecture

By Rody Conway Can a city be out-of-place?  Vienna and Budapest,…
13 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Overshadowing Holocaust Remembrance in Central Europe

By Taylor Krzeminski In Central Europe, memorialization of…
13 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Places of Worship Commercialized

By Anthony Russo During all of our travels the one thing I was…
13 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Children of The Diaspora

By Hanz Valbuena “Asgard is not a place, it’s a people.”…
10 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Reformers, Protesters, and Dissidents in a Communist Czechoslovakia

By Alexander Wilgocki Depending on your age, it may be difficult…
10 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Memorialization Through Romafuturism

By Tayla Myree “We need a Malcolm X,” said Ladislava Gaziova,…
9 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Looking at Central Europe Through Its Synagogues

By Ciera Moore The influence of Jewish culture and religion…
7 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Hammer and Sickle; Canvas and Brush

By Abbey Metzler Let me tell you a story. The year is…
7 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Is There a Common Memory Between Europe and China?

By Edward You The year of 2018 marks the 5th anniversary of…
7 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

Protesting a Memorial with Another Memorial: How Hungary Remembers Its Role in the Holocaust

By Meredith Conway How can we accurately and fairly recount…
6 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik

What Makes a Nation a Victim?

By Sarah McLafferty There are certain elements of European…
1 November 2018/by Anita Jakubik
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