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Žeja-Thirst

I’m still working on some posts about Kosovo, which I’m really excited about and will begin putting up tomorrow, but I thought I’d try something different today.  I wrote the following for my Slovene class last semester, when asked to … Continue reading

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Reflections On Women’s Day: Just What Do We Expect Women To Be?

It’s been just over a month since the International Day of Women came and went, and I’ve been thinking about it quite a lot.  Say what you will about the idea of a Day of Women, it does exist and … Continue reading

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