Airing Out the CarpetOn January 18, 2023 by Ognjen Kojanić
Rural objects from Central and Eastern Europe lie forgotten in museum collections. Their histories reveal much about curatorial and public perspectives on the region. Read the full article by Magdalena Buchczyk on the Anthropology News Website.
Compromise, Complicity, and the Rule of LawOn November 15, 2022 by Amy Garey
Russia’s expulsion from the Council of Europe revealed the fragility of the rule of law and existing legal systems when faced with state violence. The stakes in balancing hope in justice with formal institutional mechanisms that rely on compromise and consensus are high. Read more…