The European Studies Council presents
Professor Marci Shore, Yale University:
“Slavenka Drakulić on Café Europa Revisited: How to Survive Post-Communism.”
Register here. http://bit.ly/Yale_SlavenkaDrakulic
Slavenka Drakulić, was born in Croatia (former Yugoslavia) in 1949, is a journalist and a writer whose books have been translated into many languages. Her best-known book in the USA is How We Survived Communism and Even Laughed. Her last collection of essays, Café Europa Revisited: How to Survive Post-Communism, was published by Penguin Random House in January 2021. In the USA, she has published eight non-fiction books and five novels. In 2010 Slavenka’s book S. – A Novel About the Balkans made it into a feature film As If I Am Not There by Juanita Wilson.