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Islamic Experience on Russell Square

October 10, 2010


  LONDON, a city where people preach on the streets. While I was returning from a supermarket, a leaflet advertising Islamic fair was presented to me. “Meet your neighbours” – says the leaflet. “Free admission” – has it. Well, despite not promising the free meal it convinced me. Why not to have Islamic experience? In […]

Welcome to the New Middle Ages!

June 22, 2010


The latest issue of Krakow Pressje Magazine is featuring my essay: “Network NEO-MEDIEVALISM” (Polish version: original article with tables) (English version, shortened) Synopsis: I am pointing out that in three areas of humanities – historiography, philosophy of culture and international relations the term “neomedievalism” has  already been used to describe global changes taking place in […]