Arts & Culture

18 February 2005
Setting the Record Awry Premium
Is Bulgaria ready even to take part in the Eurovision song contest?
By Polia Alexandrova
17 February 2005
Resurrecting Yugoslavia Premium
The Lexicon of Yugoslav Mythology records the paraphernalia of Yugoslav culture and everyday life.
By Uffe Andersen
16 February 2005
Chechens Through the Russian Prism Premium
Russia’s leading Chechnya expert has produced a landmark work--but it is a landmark that also shows that Chechens and Russians still cannot hear each other.
By Rebecca Gould
11 February 2005
Beyond the Pale? Premium
A Polish scholar of nationalism reflects on Europe's borders past, present, and future.
By Tomasz Kamusella
11 February 2005
After the Fall Premium
A half-forgotten neighborly quarrel over imperial fragments reminds us that the Polish-Ukrainian borderlands are still worth watching.
By Slawomir Wojcik
9 February 2005
A Culture Served Cold
Bosnia’s National Museum reopens its doors, but the battle with indifferent politicians is not over.
By Mirjana Plazonic
A protesting Russian pensioner argues with an official.
2 February 2005
Revolt of the Middle Masses Premium
Students of poverty in Russia should not forget to add a dash of salt-of-the-earth to their research.
By Boris Kagarlitsky
21 January 2005
Literary Landscapes Premium
Three traveling writers talk about the condition of literature in Russia today.
By Michael Standaert
20 January 2005
Nomads of the Frozen North Premium
The Nenets may have their nomadic lifestyle back, but oil and gas fields are now taking their grazing lands.
By Roland Durnford-Slater
19 January 2005
A Load of Satra Premium
Cartoonist Joe Sacco's first book on Bosnia was a triumph. In his latest, the joke's on him.
By Midhat Ajanovic-Ajan



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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.

This innovative approach to story telling gives voice to ordinary people and takes the reader on the virtual trip across Moldovan rural and urban landscapes. 

It is a unique and intimate map of the nation.

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