Arts & Culture

30 September 2004
The Bosniaks' Identity Premium
Sarajevo’s leading scholar of legal history, Mustafa Imamovic, talks to the independent Sarajevan magazine Dani about Bosniak identity.
By Senad Pecanin
 
24 September 2004
Cruising the Black Sea Premium
A brief and readable study of a sea that has been now a bridge, now a barrier between cultures.
By David Braund
 
27 August 2004
The Fence Jumper Premium
Milosz lived long in America but wrote poetry exclusively in Polish. To grasp the entirety of his work, one needs to read it in both languages.
By Irena Grudzinska Gross
 
26 August 2004
Poets Clash Over Renowned Festival Premium
The 'bridge of poetry' in scenic Struga may witness argument in place of oratory this year as the dispute over redistricting widens.
By Biljana Stavrova
 
25 August 2004
Punk's Not Dead Premium
An ageless rocker on a mission to bring back the glory days of Belgrade's eclectic music scene.
By Mark Murrmann
 
23 August 2004
Farewell to the Man from Lithuania Premium
Poland mourns one of the most influential Central European cultural figures of the last half-century.
By Wojciech Kosc
 
16 August 2004
Anthem Frenzy Premium
Should they win any gold at Athens, Serbia and Montenegro’s athletes will listen to the old Yugoslav anthem.
By Sasha Grubanovic
 
2 August 2004
Another ‘Nest’ Falls Premium
The internationally known and privately funded European Humanities University in Minsk is forced to shut its doors.
By Mikhail Vanyashkin
 
2 August 2004
Education as Proxy War Premium
Schoolchildren and orphans have become the latest victims of the conflict between the Republic of Moldova and the separatist Transdniester region.
By Vitalie Dogaru
 

TOL PROMOTION


JOBS

© Transitions Online 2019. All rights reserved. ISSN 1214-1615
Published by Transitions o.s., Baranova 33, 130 00 Prague 3, Czech Republic.