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Nostalgia and False Notions of Empire: The (un)historical rise of the right in Hungary

Nostalgia and False Notions of Empire: the (un)historical rise of the right in Hungary By: Alexis M. Zimberg Originally published in the Spring 2013 edition of The Hidden Transcript, an international affairs magazine sponsored by Simon Fraser University and the University of Glasgow‘s Centre for Russian, Central, and Eastern European Studies. ——- ——- —— Contemporary [...]

August 2, 2013 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0
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Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab Presents “My Perestroika”

Join Post-Soviet Graffiti in its 2013 venture: Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab. Cinema Tov is a year-long interdisciplinary exploration of Jewish identity through a series of lenses — from what it means to be Black and Jewish to how Jews preserved their culture and traditions during the Soviet era. Contact Alexis Zimberg by email [...]

July 29, 2013 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 2
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Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab Presents “Refusenik”

Join Post-Soviet Graffiti, Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab, the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue, and the Janice Charach Gallery for a screening of the 2009 film “Refusenik,” Directed by Laura Bialis. We also welcome special guest Irina Yufa, who will speak about her experiences as a Jew living beneath oppression during the Soviet era and as [...]

July 23, 2013 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0