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Cultural Trauma and Identity: How A Cruel Past Can Generate Ukrainian Strength

Cultural Trauma and Identity: How A Cruel Past Can Generate Ukrainian Strength

Former states under Soviet rule experienced cruelties that present themselves again in Ukraine – however, the past might serve as a strong connector between present communities. This post explores the collective trauma experienced by Czechs in the Communist era and how past cultural trauma can pulse through today’s communities by means of cultural identity. 

The subtle and powerful influence of culture

The subtle and powerful influence of culture

The subtle and powerful influence of culture - The different leadership responses in the United States and Spain during the pandemic. by Carla Cabrera Cuadrado    Culture plays a very important...

54Lights: Africa out of the Shadows

54Lights: Africa out of the Shadows

54Lights: Africa out of the Shadows To understand language is to understand thought. By Kondwani Mwase A seemingly inescapable shadow looms over conversations about Africa. This shadow infiltrates,...

Bicultural  Creativity 

Bicultural  Creativity 

Bicultural  Creativity  A Syrian fashion designer  in Munich, Germany  by Christoph Barmeyer & Sina Grosskopf Creativity arises through the combination of existing  knowledge or through the...