“Kosovo in the Yugoslav 1980s”, COMPSEES 69, no. 2-3, 2021

Časopis “Comparative Southeast European Studies” (br. 2-3, 2021) objavio je tematski broj “Kosovo in the Yugoslav 1980s” – potpuno dostupan online – u kojem sudjeluju autori i autorice iz Slovenije, Hrvatske, Bosne i Hercegovine, Srbije, Kosova, Češke, Austrije, Njemačke. Opširnije u nastavku.


Comparative Southeast European Studies

Volume 69 Issue 2-3

https://www.degruyter.com/journal/key/soeu/69/2-3/html


Kosovo in the Yugoslav 1980s; Guest Editors: Hannes Grandits, Robert Pichler and Ruža Fotiadis


Kosovo in the 1980s – Yugoslav Perspectives and Interpretations

Robert Pichler, Hannes Grandits, Ruža Fotiadis


The Ideology and Agency of Kosovar Albanian Marxist Groups in the Demonstrations of 1981

Mrika Limani Myrtaj


“Kosovo, My Land”? Slovenians, Albanians, and the Limits of Yugoslav Social Cohesion

Jure Ramšak


Kosovo 1989: The (Ab)use of the Kosovo Myth in Media and Popular Culture

Radina Vučetić


The Discourse about Kosovo in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1981–1989

Husnija Kamberović


Croatia’s Knowledge Production on Kosovo around 1989

Branimir Janković


In the Shadow of Kosovo. Divergent National Pathways and the Politics of Differentiation in the Socialist Republic of Macedonia

Robert Pichler


Same Goal, Different Paths, Different Class: Women’s Feminist Political Engagements in Kosovo from the Mid-1970s until the Mid-1990s

Elife Krasniqi


Producing and Cracking Kosovo Myths. The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and the Emergence and Critique of a New Ethnonationalism, 1984 – 1990

Nenad Stefanov


Relations Between the Writers’ Associations of Kosova and Serbia in the Second Half of the 1980s

Arban Mehmeti


Sub-Yugoslav Identity Building in the Enciklopedija Jugoslavije (1955–1990): The Case of the Albanian Question

Dino Mujadžević, Christian Voß


Living Memories


Being a Trainee Historian in Belgrade, 1989

Dubravka Stojanović


Segregation – Growing Up in Kosovo

Adriatik Kelmendi


Book Reviews


Filip Ejdus: Crisis and Ontological Insecurity. Serbia’s Anxiety over Kosovo’s Secession

Pieter Troch


Aleksandar Pavlović, Gazela Pudar Draško and Rigels Halili: Rethinking Serbian-Albanian Relations. Figuring Out the Enemy

Hendrik Geiling


Andreas Eckert and Felicitas Hentschke: Corona and Work around the Globe

Remus Creţan


Axel Gehring: Vom Mythos des starken Staates und der europäischen Integration der Türkei. Über eine Ökonomie an der Peripherie des euro-atlantischen Raumes

Malte Fuhrmann


Vjeran Pavlaković and Davor Pauković: Framing the Nation and Collective Identities. Political Rituals and Cultural Memory of the Twentieth-Century Traumas in Croatia

Zora Hesová


Sabine von Löwis: Umstrittene Räume in der Ukraine. Politische Diskurse, literarische Repräsentationen und kartographische Visualisierungen

Matthias Schwartz


Hans-Jürgen Bömelburg, Mark Kirchner, Markus Koller, and Monika Wingender: Identitätsentwüfe im östlichen Europa – im Spannungsfeld von Selbst- und Fremdwahrnehmung

Meinolf Arens


Dimitris Katsikas: Public Discourses and Attitudes in Greece during the Crisis. Framing the Role of the European Union, Germany and National Governments

Marina Kritikou


Odgovori