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ScholarForum: Generational Insights

In this issue of ScholarForum, contributors examine differences across generational divides. Comprising articles written by those who grew up in the midst of the Cold War as well as those who grew up after its end, this section provides a unique perspective on the topic of generational insights.

The regional focus for this issue of ScholarForum is Southeast Europe, a region still known by many as the Balkans, a term itself that comes under scrutiny in Maja Petric's article. With recipes and poetry, historical essays and personal accounts, this section colorfully details Southeast Europe.

Life in America and summer school in Turkey are two subjects of the many personal accounts in this issue. From reports on home-country projects to touching descriptions of returning home after studies abroad, the articles in this section reveal personal stories of OSI scholars.


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