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Post-Yugoslav constellations [online] : Archive, memory, and trauma in contemporary bosnian, croatian, and serbian literature and culture / Vlad Beronja, Stijn Vervaet

Contributor(s): BERONJA, Vlad | VERVAET, Stijn.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Media and Cultural Memory / Medien und kulturelle Erinnerung, 22.Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, 2016Description: 1 resursă online (312 p.).ISBN: 9783110431575 .Subject(s): | DE-Filologie | | cărți electronice | cărți achiziții | cărți străine | mass-media | literatură croată | istoria literaturii universale | critică literarăGenre/Form: Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil.
Contents:
Frontmatter Acknowledgements Table of contents Introduction: After Yugoslavia – memory on the ruins of history
Part 1: Entangled legacies of extreme violence: Traumatic memories in the aftermath of the Yugoslav successor wars “Read and remember”: Ozren Kebo’s Sarajevo for beginners as ironic guidebook and narrative memorial Remembering nowhere: The homeland-on-the-move in the exile writing of Saša Stanišić and Ismet Prcic The art and craft of memory: Re-memorialization practices in post-socialist Croatia The evidence of Srebrenica: Oliver Frljić’s theater Court in Cowardice Intersecting memories in post-yugoslav fiction: The Yugoslav wars of the 1990s through the lens of the Holocaust
Part 2: Reclaiming the past: Artistic and literary representations of socialist Yugoslavia What Remains of mostar?: Archive and witness in Marsela Sunjić’s Goodnight, city Post-socialism remembers the revolution: The comedy of it Yugoslavia in post-yugoslav artistic practices: Or, art as …
Part 3: Reconfiguring the post-yugoslav present: Towards new forms of community and identity Garbage heap, storehouse, encyclopedia: Metaphors for a post-yugoslav cultural memory Small town as the scene of a memory encounter: Portraits and commemorations of Radomir Konstantinović Recollecting an alternative modernity: Aleksandar Zograf’s Flea market archaeologies A public language of grief: Art, poetry, and transitional justice in post-conflict Bosnia Digital Afterlife: Ex-Yugoslav pop culture icons and social media Notes on contributors List of illustrations Index of Names
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Frontmatter Acknowledgements Table of contents Introduction: After Yugoslavia – memory on the ruins of history

Part 1: Entangled legacies of extreme violence: Traumatic memories in the aftermath of the Yugoslav successor wars “Read and remember”: Ozren Kebo’s Sarajevo for beginners as ironic guidebook and narrative memorial Remembering nowhere: The homeland-on-the-move in the exile writing of Saša Stanišić and Ismet Prcic The art and craft of memory: Re-memorialization practices in post-socialist Croatia The evidence of Srebrenica: Oliver Frljić’s theater Court in Cowardice Intersecting memories in post-yugoslav fiction: The Yugoslav wars of the 1990s through the lens of the Holocaust

Part 2: Reclaiming the past: Artistic and literary representations of socialist Yugoslavia What Remains of mostar?: Archive and witness in Marsela Sunjić’s Goodnight, city Post-socialism remembers the revolution: The comedy of it Yugoslavia in post-yugoslav artistic practices: Or, art as …

Part 3: Reconfiguring the post-yugoslav present: Towards new forms of community and identity Garbage heap, storehouse, encyclopedia: Metaphors for a post-yugoslav cultural memory Small town as the scene of a memory encounter: Portraits and commemorations of Radomir Konstantinović Recollecting an alternative modernity: Aleksandar Zograf’s Flea market archaeologies A public language of grief: Art, poetry, and transitional justice in post-conflict Bosnia Digital Afterlife: Ex-Yugoslav pop culture icons and social media Notes on contributors List of illustrations Index of Names

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