This piece considers how turning to Central and Eastern European firms can encourage rethinking traditional theories of international business, including divisions of emerging and developed markets.

Our ScienceCampus doctoral researcher reflects on researching archives on the far-right in the US, presenting the ethical and methodological challenges alongside practical solutions for maintaining mental wellbeing.

The author traces the lasting impact of Canadian Media Theory to develop a virtual topography of the University of Toronto.

UR historian Timothy Nunan reflects on a month in Ann Arbor and how it enriched his research on Shi’a Islamist transformations of the world in the late 1970s.

Learn more about the multiscalar and reflexive approaches to the contested concept of sovereignty developed in this 2021 workshop

How are radical high school protests, environmental extractivism and indigenous identities entangled in Chile? Igor Stipić offers insights based on his ethnographic research

How did participatory remembrance of the Great Terror, from family memory to civil society endeavours, fit in Moscow’s urban and mnemonic landscape shortly before the war against Ukraine? This photo essay offers moving insights

How did the attractiveness of the Mormon embodiment of US utopian, spiritual and material ideals shift in the turbulent realities of post-Soviet Russia? U Georgia historian Joseph Kellner investigates

How do performative recreations across European post-conflict societies help antagonistic memories retain a multi-generational appeal? Berkeley doctoral researcher Blaze Joel investigates

How were efforts to secure US and Polish-Lithuanian independence linked in the Age of Atlantic revolution? And in what ways were attempts to free slaves and emancipate peasants connected? Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski takes us on a transatlantic journey with Tadeusz Kościuszko at the helm