Zef Shoshi's collection of socialist realist art depicting everyday life during Enver Hoxha's dictatorship is on display in Prishtina for the first time.
An exhibition staging a ‘visual dialogue’ between an Albanian-American photographer’s works and Albania’s communist past opens Monday at the Kosovo National Library.
Recent calls for a lustration law and death threats over a documentary about the Yugoslav regime raise questions about Kosovo’s willingness to deal with its turbulent past.
An interview with historian Shannon Woodcock, whose new book ‘Life is War,’ chronicling stories of Albanian people who lived under communism, is out now.
Despite his macabre legacy and the revulsion felt for him in Albania, the dictator Enver Hoxha is still remembered fondly by communists over the border in Kosovo.