Our articles and books cover wide range of topics related to the uses of the past in post-socialist countries. We publish on social, political, cultural and autobiographical memories, and their role in nation-building, (de)secularization, and (de)industrialization processes.
We are interested in how memory mediates between history and heritage, society and politics, economy and policy, local practices and global paradigms. We write on oral histories, nostalgia, memory activism, monuments, museums, and historical policies. We have also discovered unknown stories of the intellectual history of memory studies.