Well, folks, we did it. We survived the COVID virtual semester. I guess. I hope this post finds you well. I hope it finds you rested and in good company, whether it is family, friends, or your own. I hope you are taking some time off and taking care of yourself. I meant to be … Continue reading “Reflections on the virtual semester – Fall 2020.”
If you follow Balkan news, the past few weeks or so have been a bit of roller coaster. There has been a storm brewing, mainly on social media, regarding the Kosova border. Or rather, the lack of a border for the country on certain mapping platforms. An Instagram post, by @balkanism__ went viral after its … Continue reading “Why should Kosova be “on the map?””
I have been getting so much wonderful feedback over the past few days since I created an Instagram for this blog. As always, in these conversations I discovered something that maybe I need to address or clarify. Something important. Nationalism. I talk about nationalism a lot – but I have not yet defined it. Woops. … Continue reading “Some reflections on nationalism”
I feel like I becoming a bit reactionary – I do have planned content, I swear. But every time I seem to get back on track, something happens, and I feel a need to address it. So, this too is one of those posts. But finally, I am talking about archaeology. A dear friend of … Continue reading “Cultural Monuments, Archaeology and Nationalism – The Case of Apollonia”
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