Katerina Kolozova - The uses and abuses of neoliberalism and technocracy in the post-totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe: The case of Macedonia
Authors: Dr. Katerina Kolozova and Dr. Artan Sadiku "In conditions in which the opposition does not participate in the work of the parliament, nobody can trust the credibility of early elections organized by the current government. What is the best solution or the least evil for Macedonia today?"
The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities from Skopje and in cooperation with the International Institute of Studies of Humanities and Social Sciences (based in Athens) announces the organization of for a summer school program, with the following speakers: François Laruelle, Anne Françoise Schmid, Svetlana Slapšak, Katarina Kolozova and Ben Woodard.
The Institute of social sciences and humanities – Skopje invites you to the two-day encounter and exchange of regional theory, activist and art practices. / 4-5 April 2015, Youth cultural center (MKC), Skopje
The series of four political workshops under the frames of the School for politics and critique 2015 are conceptual flow from the activities of the School for politics and critique 2014 and they aim at enabling a space both for learning on strategies of enacting large coalitions and action within them, as well as to generate new theoretical knowledge on the political challenges of the current context.
Katerina Kolozova -
The uses and abuses of neoliberalism and technocracy in
the post-totalitarian regimes in Eastern Europe: The case of
It is our great pleasure to announce the release of the policy
"Legalizing Restrictions of the Freedom of the Press,"
produced by a
team of ISSHS researchers with the support of Think Thank
Open Society Institute, Budapest.
ISSHS is proud to announce the issuing of the 11th volume
of the Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture “Identities.”
This issue is supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung
Southeast Europe. "Identities" vol.11, nr.1-2. "The Future of
the Idea of the Left" is available in print and online at
It is our great pleasure to announce the release of the
"Who owns Alexander the Great?": A Question Upon
Enlargement Relies," produced by a team of ISSHS
researchers. The findings in this study
are based on a
national poll concerning "Skopje 2014 Project" and its
Macedonia's EU integration.
The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities- Skopje is
the implementing partner of the project “Official Language Usage
in Municipalities in the Republic of Macedonia,” initiated by the Office
of the Higher Commissioner of National Minorities of OSCE and it
covers 10 month period (February-
The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje
implemented the six month project "Building alliances for
journalistic freedom and democratic society", funded by
the Institute Open Society - Macedonia.
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