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Lost in Transition
Why is there nostalgia for real socialism? Is it but a logical response to sudden, dramatic transformation? Don’t people remember those days anymore—or do they remember them all too well? In popularExpand
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Religious Separation and Political Intolerance in Bosnia-Herzegovina
This comprehensive survey examines how religion has interacted with other aspects of Bosnia-Herzegovina 's history. The author sees the former Ottoman borderland as a distinct cultural and religiousExpand
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Titostalgia - A Study of Nostalgia for Josip Broz
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"Red Shades": Nostalgia for Socialism as an Element of Cultural Pluralism in the Slovenian Transition.
• graffiti with Yugoslav and partisan symbols, • Tito’s image in commercial branding, • opinion surveys reflecting respondents’ relatively positive opinions about their lives under the socialistExpand
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Slovenian and Polish Religio-National Mythologies: A Comparative Analysis
Nation-building processes in Central and Eastern Europe differed considerably from those in the West: cultural, linguistic and religious elements were of vital importance. This text is intended toExpand
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In Hoc Signo Vinces: Religious Symbolism in the Balkan Wars 1991–1995
Symbols—as important and very persuasive elements of contemporary national and political mythologies and their iconography—are particulary exposed during critical periods of certain nations' history.Expand
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Titostalgia. On the Post-Yugoslav Cognitive Map
Titostalgia is my neologism, describing nostalgic sentiments, activities and products in post-Yugoslav societies that are connected to the late president of Yugoslavia Josip Broz, alias Tito. MuchExpand
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