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Srđa Pavlović | Marko Živković [Eds.]

Transcending Fratricide Political Mythologies, Reconciliations, and the Uncertain Future in the Former Yugoslavia

Nomos

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Contents

Figures and Tables Acknowledgements Abbreviations and Acronyms

7 9 11

Srđa Pavlović and Marko Živković Colours of Post-Fratricide History

17

James E. Waller Transcending Fratricide: The Politics of Naming

31

Stefano Bianchini The Resurgence of Nationalism in Times of Crisis

51

Wladimir Fischer Ancient Myths Did Not Destroy Yugoslavia. Stereotypes in Yugoslav Media Struggles of 1945–1952 and 1989 Revisited

71

Ian D. Armour The Nation as Victim

93

Mitja Velikonja The Past with a Future: The Emancipatory Potential of Yugonostalgia

109

Tanja Petrović The Past that Binds us: Yugonostalgia as the Politics of the Future

129

Hariz Halilovich and Ron Adams People in Place — Place in People: The Global Contextualisation of a Local Tradition

149

Andrew Gilbert War and the Politics of Historical Imagination in Bosnia and Herzegovina

165

Dejan Guzina and Branka Marijan Between the Hammer and a Nail: Reconciling Power Sharing and Civil Society in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia

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Srdja Pavlović Marinj Camp and the Art of Reconciliation in Montenegro

211

Nebojša Petrović Human Potential for Reconciliation in the Balkans

227

Isabel Ströhle Kosovo Liberation Army Veterans’ Politics and Contentious Citizenship in Post-War Kosovo

243

Lenard J. Cohen Embracing Democracy: Prelude to Facing the Past

265

Selected Bibliography Contributors

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2013 SEIP 9 contents