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Opis: Post-Yugoslavia

Designed as an interdisciplinary scholarly examination of the present-day identities and histories inside and outside the former Yugoslavia, this book explores relationships with the social, political, cultural and historical 'facts and fictions' that have marked the pre, peri and post-war dynamics of different parts of the region. Moreover, this innovative collection further studies the connections that the nations which comprise the former Yugoslavia have with the world and the actors and processes of transformation that are implicated in those relationships both within and beyond the region. The individual contributions address the social, political and symbolic processes by which competing histories and identities are continuously re-imagined and reconstructed, whether in the personal narratives of migrants, in ICTY courtrooms, in spaces of religious worship or in the offices of politicians. Collectively, the contributors show that while nationalism is still a relevant force other social dynamics and the narratives about them have a significant influence on individual countries as well as the region as a whole. The result is an extremely evocative volume that is an important read for students and scholars of political, social and cultural issues in the former Yugoslavia. 'This volume is a testament to what can be achieved when, in proximity of the Scheveningen prison for war criminals, a group of scholars, joined by an American bestselling author, take a long-distance look on 'post-Yugoslavia', a country that does not belong to the geo-political reality but is not less real for that fact. The essays in this volume offer a fresh critical glance at the usual post-conflict tropes but by looking beyond them engage masterfully with emerging social, cultural and political phenomena that fertilise the exhausted soil of Post-Yugoslavia.' -Igor Stiks, Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh, UKIntroduction; Dino Abazovic and Dubravka Zarkov 1. The Yugoslavia Tribunal: The Moving Targets of a Legal Theatre; Marlies Glasius and Francesco Colona 2. Politics, Religion and the Reconciliation Issue in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Dino Abazovic 3. New Yugoslavism in Contemporary Popular Music in Slovenia; Mitja Velikonja 4. Post-Yugoslav Nationalisms: Nostalgic Commemorations and Selective Appropriations of Yugoslavia's Sporting and Pop-Cultural Heritage; Vjekoslav Perica 5. Transnationalism of Diasporas of Former Yugoslavia in the Dutch Political Context; Maria Koinova 6. Cinematic Representations of the Bosnian War: De Enclave and the Ontologies of Un-Recognizability; Dubravka Zarkov


Szczegóły: Post-Yugoslavia

Tytuł: Post-Yugoslavia
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137346131
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 232
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.41 kg


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Post-Yugoslavia

Designed as an interdisciplinary scholarly examination of the present-day identities and histories inside and outside the former Yugoslavia, this book explores relationships with the social, political, cultural and historical 'facts and fictions' that have marked the pre, peri and post-war dynamics of different parts of the region. Moreover, this innovative collection further studies the connections that the nations which comprise the former Yugoslavia have with the world and the actors and processes of transformation that are implicated in those relationships both within and beyond the region. The individual contributions address the social, political and symbolic processes by which competing histories and identities are continuously re-imagined and reconstructed, whether in the personal narratives of migrants, in ICTY courtrooms, in spaces of religious worship or in the offices of politicians. Collectively, the contributors show that while nationalism is still a relevant force other social dynamics and the narratives about them have a significant influence on individual countries as well as the region as a whole. The result is an extremely evocative volume that is an important read for students and scholars of political, social and cultural issues in the former Yugoslavia. 'This volume is a testament to what can be achieved when, in proximity of the Scheveningen prison for war criminals, a group of scholars, joined by an American bestselling author, take a long-distance look on 'post-Yugoslavia', a country that does not belong to the geo-political reality but is not less real for that fact. The essays in this volume offer a fresh critical glance at the usual post-conflict tropes but by looking beyond them engage masterfully with emerging social, cultural and political phenomena that fertilise the exhausted soil of Post-Yugoslavia.' -Igor Stiks, Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh, UKIntroduction; Dino Abazovic and Dubravka Zarkov 1. The Yugoslavia Tribunal: The Moving Targets of a Legal Theatre; Marlies Glasius and Francesco Colona 2. Politics, Religion and the Reconciliation Issue in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Dino Abazovic 3. New Yugoslavism in Contemporary Popular Music in Slovenia; Mitja Velikonja 4. Post-Yugoslav Nationalisms: Nostalgic Commemorations and Selective Appropriations of Yugoslavia's Sporting and Pop-Cultural Heritage; Vjekoslav Perica 5. Transnationalism of Diasporas of Former Yugoslavia in the Dutch Political Context; Maria Koinova 6. Cinematic Representations of the Bosnian War: De Enclave and the Ontologies of Un-Recognizability; Dubravka Zarkov

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Szczegóły: Post-Yugoslavia

Tytuł: Post-Yugoslavia
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137346131
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 232
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.41 kg


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