Author Archives: Cristofer Scarboro
LIVING AFTER THE FALL (?): PAST AND PRESENT IN SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE
The papers from this special edition of Antropologiya emerged from a conference held at the American Research Center last June entitled Living After the Fall (?): Past-Present in Southeastern Europe.
Posted in Journal, Vol 2 (2015)
SISYPHUS REVISITED: CONSUMPTION AND COLLAPSE IN LATE SOCIALIST BULGARIA
Abstract In thinking about the question of modernity—and really nowadays, what other questions do historians talk about?—I like to use the analogy of the myth of Sisyphus. It seems to work both in the classroom, and conversations over beer in … Continue reading
Posted in Journal, Vol 1 (2014)