AAU Research: Turkey and the European Union

AAU Research: Turkey and the European Union

Turkish scholar Meltem Ahiska wrote, “Europe has been an object of desire as well as a source of frustration for Turkish national identity in a long and strained history.” In t...

A Parahuman Perception of the Absurd

A Parahuman Perception of the Absurd

by Rob Warren | As genetically alike as humans are, there is an inherent difference between us.  Different in that we each perceive life from our own unique standpoint.  On occas...

Women, U.S. Propaganda and the War in Afghanistan

Women, U.S. Propaganda and the War in Afghanistan

by Journalism undergrad Chris Lettner Propaganda and War While colloquially the term propaganda often has negative connotations, in this paper it is not used as something inherentl...

Five Ethical Steps towards ‘A Prague Miracle’

Five Ethical Steps towards ‘A Prague Miracle’

by Rob Warren | SMÍCHOV – A collection of business professionals, political analysts and academics waited eagerly for the arrival of the US Ambassador to The Czech Republic, Mr....

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A Taste of the Tropical in Troja
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by Rob Warren | As the long term chill closes in, Prague’s citizens are heading indoors.  And what better way to enjoy the approaching winter than with a cup of čaj, a warm atm...

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Showing our support for the AAU-sponsored L.A.F. Project’s upcoming events, including a photo exhibition at AAU’s |art| SPACE starting October 10, this week’s new...

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EOTW visits Mediafabric, talks to Douglas Arellanes
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You can find the notion of convergence in multiple fields of work, theory and research. As convergence in principle describes the tendency of transformations and characteristics—...

Taking stock, and EOTW covers L.A.F.
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Well, we made it. And now the second month into its soft launch, East of the West is wrought with development, practice, and patience above all. At least fifty cups of coffee, a do...

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On this day in 1902, two of literature’s earliest science fiction authors had their craft of images contained in text transfered to text contained in images, specifically mot...


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    Turkish scholar Meltem Ahiska wrote, “Europe has been an object of desire as well as a source of frustration for Turkish national identity in a long and strained history.” In t...

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    A Parahuman Perception of the Absurd

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