Politics & Society

Arts & Humanities

Dear museums, treat your visitors as friends

There is often a discontinuity, even hierarchy, between curatorial and educational departments at museums that strains the communication between museum professionals and visitors.

Academia & Publishing

How COVID-19 Impacts Scholarly Authors: What We’ve Found Out So Far, What We’re Doing Next

Earlier this year, we found that the pandemic was hitting female researchers especially hard. Is this still the case? And what other factors besides gender might affect academic careers during Covid-19? We want to know!

Arts & Humanities

The Paradox of Chaos and the Emergence of History

The year 2020 seems to have brought us “a hell of evils,” to borrow philosopher Immanuel Kant’s phrase. Can history help us make sense of the chaos we are facing?

Politics & Society

Iconoclasm: From Post-Socialist Yugoslavia to Black Lives Matter

Against the backdrop of the ongoing protests across the United States and Europe to denounce structural racism, take down its monuments, and call for a critical postcolonial confrontation with history, Gal Kirn draws connections between the present moment and the memory culture of the new states of former Yugoslavia during the 1990s.

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