Tag Serbia

“UDBA je sudba”: Yugoslav Killer, Qu’est-ce que c’est (Podcast Episode 41)

Yugoslavia was the most aggressive among socialist countries in using assassinations as a means of protecting the state and the communist party.

The Upside Down of Serbian Historical Revisionism – Jelena Djureinović (Podcast Episode 23)

Historian Jelena Djureinović, PhD parses the trajectory and the many facets of historical revisionism in Serbia.

Pictures of YU (Podcast Episode 21)

Two photographers born in former Yugoslavia and living abroad, Olja Triaška Stefanović (Novi Sad, Serbia / Bratislava, Slovakia) and Dragana Jurišić (Slavonski Brod, Croatia / Dublin, Ireland) have (re)claimed the memory of their disappeared homeland through their art.

(Serbian) Diaspora Voices I (Podcast Episode 16)

Two members of the Serbian diaspora share their experiences leaving former Yugoslavia, making a new life in South Africa and the United Kingdom, and staying connected with their disappeared homeland. Plus a listener’s letter from Australia.

Ex-Yugoslavia in the News, September 2020

A roundup of Yugoslavia-related news for the month of September 2020.

Mini Yugoslavia: A Field Report (Podcast Episode 11)

President Goran Gabrić takes me on a walking tour of Mini Yugoslavia.

Made in Yugodom – Mario Milaković (Podcast Episode 4)

Mario Milaković, the founder of Yugodom, a stay over museum of mid-century modern Yugoslav design, discusses his creation, tourism, and Yugonostalgia.

Serbian Spaces of Identity

Zala Volčić. Serbian Spaces of Identity: Narratives of Belonging by the Last “Yugo” Generation. New York: Hampton Press, 2011.

Miss Ex-Yugoslavia: A Memoir

Stefanovic, Sofija. Miss Ex-Yugoslavia: A Memoir. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2018.

Notes on Užice

[This is a running post, updated with new notes as needed.]

Notes on Kragujevac

[This is a running post, updated with new notes as needed.]

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