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The Balkans' new political dynamic
The Balkans is currently going through its most profound period of change since Slobodan Milošević's overthrow in October 2000. Montenegro has declared its independence from the state union of Serbia and Montenegro; the ...
Mark Mazower, The Balkans: From the End of Byzantium to the Present Day
Nation-building under the Austro-Hungarian sceptre Croat-Serb antagonism and cooperation
In the nineteenth century many European nations, including Serbs and Croats became politically conscious of their "nationhood", which became a contributory factor in the crumbling of the two great empires in Central-East ...
New Jerusalmes. The Translation of Sacred Spaces in Christian Culture
Sources of the ideology of the Serbian radical movement 1881-1903
The sources of the ideology of Serbian Radicalism were twofold: imported and domestic. The imported (or foreign) influences came in three major waves: 1) European (especially Russian) socialist, anarchist, and populist ...
People in my life: Picture of socialization
In every life history the narrator introduces different personalities she has known, met, worked or lived with in a different/specific way. It is done in the context of frequent topics such as work, home, school etc. The ...
Such were the times Serbian peasant women born in the 1920s and 1930s and the stories of their lives
Eight life stories of peasant women from Serbia born in the 1920s and 1930s serve as a basis for analyzing two phenomena characteristic of the Serbian patriarchal family: marriage against the woman's will and her subordinate ...
The ephemeral Croatian orthodox church and its Bosnian extension / L’éphémère Eglise orthodoxe croate et son prolongement bosniaque
The so-called Croatian Orthodox Church was an ephemeral creation of the Ustachi regime founded in 1942 in Croatia. The analysis of its founder Malsinov, an archbishop of the Russian Orthodox Church in exile, doubtlessly ...