By Rodo Sofranac
Born in Montenegro not far from Nikola Tesla’s birthplace, Rodo Sofranac is a writer, educator, TSCW supporter, and board member of the American Slavic Association
Is it a car? Is it a battery? Is a gigafactory? Is it an international airport?
Well, yes. But long before his name was hijacked by various commercial enterprises, Tesla was a person—a Slavic person. Yes, that’s right, Nikola Tesla was a person, a pioneer, a pauper, a genius. There is so much to say about Tesla, that one article can’t do it justice.
Read Part 1 here.