Maryia Radeva in response to some questions posed by Mary Taylor Quite a few leftist intellectuals have recently discussed the discursive mobilization of the “middle class” in the last waves of protests in Bulgaria and worldwide (Ivancheva, Medarov, Seymour etc). It is not what I want to return to here. Instead, I’d like to bring […]
Author: Mariya Radeva
Mariya Radeva is a member of the Mutual Aid Cooperative inSofia,Bulgaria and works in grassroots education. As a graduate student in Cultural Anthropology at the City University of New York she ponders the postsocialist transformations of property and nature.
In the first days of 2013 a photograph got to the attention of Bulgarian anti-racists and elicited a few quick replies. The photograph was uploaded in the spring of 2012 by a 28-year-old ethnic Bulgarian female, Margarita Angelova from Radnevo. The text that accompanies the photograph expresses outrage at the high income of single mothers […]