Aleksandra Reczuch

PhD-candidate in Ethnology at the Baltic and Eastern European Graduate School. Her research interests include populism, political anthropology, gender, and identity. She has conducted ethnographic research in Greece, Slovenia, Poland, and Ukraine, focusing on the role of identity and state policies. Currently, she is working on a thesis entitled: On possibilities of Left and Feminist Populism in the Postsocialist Context.

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Articles by Aleksandra Reczuch

  1. The post-communist legacy in the shadow of the Empire

    Professor Andrzej Leder, psychoanalyst and professor of philosophy, in a conversation with Aleksandra Reczuch about the history and social transformations in the region, the threat of Russia, and the historical memory embodied in buildings, symbols, commemorations, and family albums.

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