Edited by Adrian Sîrbu, Alexandru Polgár
Twenty years after its history has started, post-communism continues to present itself, when one wants to discern its characteristics, its precisely delimited epochal profile, under the signature of two intertwined
traits. “Post-communism“ marks something passed that is operated to something that came after. And this raises immediately the question of discontinuities or continuities along the gap between from and to: What has passed? What has left? What is that which has left? An indelible reminder or something new?