Jul 12 • 16M

Remembering Yugoslavia

We talk to Podcaster Peter Korchnak about his fascinating Project

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This interview was recorded with a few hiccups due to buffering across our feed 😞


In this episode I get to talk to Peter Korchnak, Podcaster and Writer, about the “Remembering Yugoslavia” Podcast.

The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of the country that no longer exists. How do people of the former Yugoslav republics remember and imagine their former homeland?

“I was born in a country that no longer exists (Czechoslovakia) and explore the memory of another (Yugoslavia)”.


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