Arts & Culture

14 September 2006
String Theory Premium
A profile of one of the best-loved ambassadors of Romani music worldwide.
By Cristinela Ionescu
 
21 August 2006
Euro-Moonshine Premium
A cult Ukrainian writer hints that far from being dead in Venice, his most famous character is needed at home.
By Oksana Forostyna
 
10 August 2006
Ashes of a Generation Premium
European literature scholar Irena Grudzinska Gross kicks off an occasional series of informal essays on new books.
By Irena Grudzinska Gross
 
4 August 2006
The Way We Write Now Premium
Lucky is the people whose literature need no longer be universally relevant.
By Robert Murray Davis
 
14 July 2006
A New Script for Europe Premium
Europe prepares to add another alphabet in addition to the Latin and Greek.
By Georgi Iliev
 
23 June 2006
Where are the Orange Guerillas? Premium
A colorful revolution does not necessarily mean a cultural one.
By Bohdan Shumylovych
 
21 June 2006
A Massacre Becomes Folklore
Uzbek refugees express their feelings for the city they fled in verse and song.
By Yusuf Rasulov
 
25 May 2006
The Policeman's Song Premium
A British reporter’s personal journey through Ukrainian history, spiced with inside accounts of plots, poison, and people power.
By Ivan Lozowy
 
11 May 2006
Total Immersion Premium
Stoking the heart of (a certain) Europe, or, crafting hybrid identities in the Ukraine-EU borderlands.
By Adrian Ivakhiv
 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

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