In this article, Fairuzah Atchulo Munaaya Mahama uses the Ns of extremism theory to analyze the January 6th riots in the US Capitol. She reflects on how the COVID-19 pandemic allowed for thriving conspiracy theories and extremist ideologies.
This article is part of a project designed to raise awareness about what has been happening in Belarus since August 2020, at the occasion of the Day of Solidarity with Belarus launched by Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya. In order to understand the past and current events better, The Euroculturer Magazine organized a live interview with a belarusian Euroculture Alumni who kindly agreed to give us her insights on the situation.
In this article, Euroculture Alumnus Wong Tsz explains how movies such as "Sacrifice" (金剛川) serve to build collective narratives in contemporary China.
In this article, Justine Le Floch reflects on the consequences the election of Joe Biden might have on the future of Transatlantic relationships, and what this entails for Europe.
In this article, Fairuzah Atchulo Munaaya Mahama uses the concept of negative partisanship - namely the fear and hate people feel towards a party, to try and understand why Biden's victory in the 2020 US Elections was predictable.
In this powerful article, Anna Alhoud explains what led to today's protests, through the history of racism and black freedom struggle in the United States and the world.
Gianluca Michieletto (2018-2020) tells us about his research track at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, United States.
Technology and innovation are changing our lives at a pace they have never really done before. CNBC News aptly put it in perspective like this: It took 75 years for 100 million people to adopt the telephone. The video game Pokémon GO reached that number of users in about one month.
The Euroculturer shares with you an exclusive insight into the Venezuelan crisis, as seen from a Colombian perspective. Indeed, this country is on the front line of the ongoing conflict, which shows once again the limits of our international organisations, according to Nicolás Javier Pedraza Garcia.
What does it really mean to study Euroculture, from a student’s perspective? “Student Profiles” gets rid of the marketing glow and gives you honest insights into the Euroculture programme! Today’s profile: Ana Alhoud.