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Podcast Episode 3: The New-New Life of Partisan Songs – Ana Hofman (Part 2)

ShareTweetPinEthnomusicologist Ana Hofman discusses the revival of Partisan songs by activist choirs on the territories of the former Yugoslavia. ShareTweetPin

Podcast Episode 2: Partisan Songs for the Socialist Win, Post-Yugoslav Dump – Ana Hofman (Part 1)

ShareTweetPinEthnomusicologist Ana Hofman discusses the history of Partisan songs, performed today by activist choirs, in World War II, during the socialist Yugoslav period, and immediately after Yugoslavia’s disintegration. ShareTweetPin

Katarina Radulović: A 13-Year Old Yugonostalgic?

ShareTweetPinPinkove zvezdice is an American Idol-like program of the Serbian TV Pink in which children perform. One of the stars of recent years is Katarina Radulović. ShareTweetPin

Zajednička borba

ShareTweetPinA CD released in 2012 compiled 23 songs by bands from across former Yugoslavia to promote anti-fascism and anti-fascist activism. ShareTweetPin

Lepa Brena: “A Yugoslav”

ShareTweetPinLepa Brena was the most famous Yugoslav singer of the 1980s. Today she continues to personify Yugoslavia to many. ShareTweetPin

Yugoslavian Music Without Yugoslavia

ShareTweetPinAna Petrov. Jugoslovenska muzika bez Jugoslavije: koncerti kao mesta sećanja. Beograd: Delfi, 2016. ShareTweetPin

Shake, Rattle and Roll

ShareTweetPinDalibor Mišina. Shake, Rattle and Roll: Yugoslav Rock Music and the Poetics of Social Critique. London: Routledge, 2013. ShareTweetPin

“Yustalgia”

ShareTweetPinA 2012 song and video by the Bosnian rapper Haris Rahmanović AKA Priki, 31, imagined what Yugoslavia may have looked like had it never disintegrated. ShareTweetPin

Novi život partizanskih pesama (The New Life of Partisan Songs)

ShareTweetPinIn December 2016, The Calvert Journal ran a story about a revival of Partisan songs in the Balkans, driven by “activist choirs.” ShareTweetPin

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