Author: Tijana Mitrovic

Transylvania Beyond Bias and Fiction

On the first day of my Transylvanian history class at Trinity College Dublin, my professor asked us if anyone out of the 20 students had ever been to Transylvania, spoke Romanian or Hungarian, or could locate the province on a map.…

Tremours for Temer: Gang Warfare in Brazil’s Prisons

New Year’s Eve in Brazil saw a warm welcome to a new year and a thankful goodbye to a year of political crisis, tensions over the Rio Olympics, and continued corruption scandals. Less than 24 hours later was the country’s…

Making Britain Great Again? Conservative Politics and Women in Power in the United Kingdom

As of late, there has been immense, yet not undeserving, focus on the upcoming American election, one that is seen to be a choice between right-wing populism and a renewal of a more progressive left-wing leadership. While support for and…