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1985–1995: The Anti-decade, Discommunism, and Tunneling the Memory

Although the term “contemporary history” is actually a contradiction, it refers mostly to the period of history that we lived in and that still directly affects us and our present. The fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent events leading to the collapse of the Eastern bloc are still a subject of speculation and re-interpretations that often lack a broader context. Such a context has a lot of parallel dimensions: a historical, geopolitical, social and media one, or a personal, family and local one (if we talk about the “history of the present”).

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