A guide to the New East

Michał Murawski

  • Michał Murawski is Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Department of Russian, Queen Mary, University of London. He completed his PhD in Social Anthropology at Cambridge in 2014. With a focus on Warsaw and Moscow, his work examines how communist spectres – aesthetic as well as political ones – continue to haunt the everyday lives of East European cities. He is currently completing his book, Palace Complex: Stalinist Architectural Afterlives in Post-Socialist Warsaw, soon to appear with Indiana University press.

  • Towers of power

    What happens when you mix politics and real estate on the Black Sea coast?

    3 January 2017
  • Letter from

    In search of progressive architecture at the Venice Biennale

    29 July 2016
  • Arch of history

    What the ruins of Palmyra reveal about conflicting visions of East and West

    9 June 2016
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