Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Edon Qesari was born in 1983. He teaches history and politics, and works in Tirana. His scholarly interests include marxism, especially the Gramscian perspective, nationalism and various issues relating to cultural policies during the rule of social-realism in Albania....
By Amila Kahrović-Posavljak December is probably the liveliest cultural month in Bosnia and Herzegovina. After the summer vacations and festivals and the autumn silence, December is when the realm of culture wakes up.
By Gonca Özmen Gonca Özmen was born in Burdur, Turkey, in 1982. She studied English Language and Literature at Istanbul University, receiving an MA in 2008 and a PhD in 2016.  Her first poem was...
Amila Kahrović Posavljak was born in Sarajevo, 1984. She survived three and a half years of siege as a child and it made a huge impact on her work. She graduated at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo and...
  Kostas Peroulis was born in Pireas in 1974. He studied law and comparative literature. His collection of short stories Automata was awarded with the prestigious debut writer award 2016 of the...

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By Jovan Nikolaidis Jovan Nikolaidis was born in 1950 in Ulcinj, Montenegro. He is a writer, publisher, and journalist firmly committed to the affirmation of multiculturalism in his country, and for tolerance and peaceful...

Balkanofilmophilia

The story of the Balkanofilmophilia in today's reality (cultural, political and historical) of the countries of Southeast Europe is an urgent necessity for us all. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, and the turning of the great...