Reading Žižek in Tehran

An interview with Kamran Baradaran, an Iranian translator of Slavoj Žižek.Vladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist based in Rousse, a town on the very border between the two countries. He is the editor-in-chief of the Romanian website BARICADA Romania, which initially started as a Romanian language version of the

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Iran in the mirror of its movies

A look at the Iranian programme in the Bulgaria-based MENAR Film FestivalVladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist based in Rousse, a town on the very border between the two countries. He is the editor-in-chief of the Romanian website BARICADA Romania, which initially started as a Romanian language version of

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Lora Nenkovska: The Romanian Sofia Nădejde Awards are very much needed because women’s literature continues to go unnoticed

The Romanian language and literature professor talks about the richness and social commitment of contemporary Romanian culture, which is an integral part of European cultural processes.Vladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist based in Rousse, a town on the very border between the two countries. He is the editor-in-chief of

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John Paul II on period

Postcard from Poland #3Boyan StanislavskiBulgarian and Polish activist, journalist, editor, publisher and translator. In the late `90 active in the Polish left and later in the labor movement, particularly the biggest Polish labor confederation — The All-Poland Trade Union Alliance. Until 2012 editor-in-chief of its weekly magazine. Contributor at Baricada.org

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Meeting the enemy in a world of war

Two documentaries by the Norwegian-British filmmaker Deeyah Khan show a path forward in times of ideologically-motivated verbal and physical violenceVladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist based in Rousse, a town on the very border between the two countries. He is the editor-in-chief of the Romanian website BARICADA Romania, which

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