Roman emperors and identity constructions in modern Serbia

  title={Roman emperors and identity constructions in modern Serbia},
  author={Z. Kuzmanovi{\'c} and Vladimir D. Mihajlovi{\'c}},
  pages={416 - 432}
  • Z. Kuzmanović, Vladimir D. Mihajlović
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • Identities
  • Drawing from the constructivist approach to heritage that defines it as a reflection of contemporary social circumstances, we attempt to outline the key agencies and processes shaping the reception of the Roman heritage in contemporary Serbia. Our case study points to the process of creation of the main narrative of Roman heritage in the country as Serbia – homeland of the Roman Emperors and to its role in the construction and promotion of social ideologies and identities. Analysis of the… CONTINUE READING


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