Tag: new york city

Requiem for a Cathedral

It was ugly, an ugly pile of dirty brownstone pierced by a round beautiful stained glass window surrounded by dozens of stores selling second hand sewing machines from the sidewalk. I first saw that homely church, later to be the Cathedral of St Sava, on my first day in America.…


From Internal Exile in Sarajevo to Queens, NYC

Eldar Sarajlic is a young researcher in political theory who currently lives in NYC. Originally from Bosnia and Herzegovina, he once believed his generation would be able to transform the country’s post-war society. But he grew disillusioned. Read about why he won’t be returning to Sarajevo. This is the first…