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Phoenix, Achilles and a narrative pattern
Book 9 of the Iliad, universally considered one of the most marvelous in the poem, has also been a bone of contention in many scholarly debates. Suggesting that an important aspect of the speech Phoenix gave as a member ...
Crisis and armament economic relations between Great Britain and Serbia 1910-1912
On the eve of the 1914-18 war, Great Powers had competed for influence in the Balkans. While preparing for the war with the Ottoman Empire the Balkan states were ready to take huge war credits and to place big orders for ...
A Balkan-style French revolution?: The 1804 Serbian uprising in European perspective
The Serbian uprising of 1804-13, initially a peasant rebellion against abuses of power by local janissaries, turned into a national and social revolution from 1806. During its second phase (late 1806 - early 1807), Serbian ...
Western amateurs in the Balkans and the end of history
The article deals with the image of the Balkans and its politics during the 1990s as perceived by Western politicians, public-opinion makers and even scholars. The author makes an attempt to recognize the origins of ...
Бањаши на Балкану: идентитет етничке заједнице / The Bayash of the Balkans
(Београд : Балканолошки институт Српске академије наука и уметности, 2005)
The Serbian Radical movement 1881-1903: A historical aspect
Focusing on the initial stage (until 1903) of the Serbian Radical movement the paper attempts to delineate and explicate the main phases of its political maturation. In its initial stage Serbian Radicalism passed through ...
Did the ancient Greeks know of collective tyranny?
The significance of the question as to whether the ancient Greeks had the notion of collective tyranny results not only from the fact that the answer may help us understand the evolution of Greek political thought, but ...
Sir Austen Chamberlain and the Italo-Yugoslav crisis over Albania February - May 1927
In the Spring of 1927 a major European crisis was developing in the Balkans It concerned the rivalry between Mussolini’s Italy and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes over Albania in which, though a small and ...
Bronze and Iron Age sites in Srem and the stratigraphy of Gomolava
Systematic excavation at Gomolava conducted almost interruptedly between 1953 and 1985 provided an almost full insight into the human occupation of the southern Pannonian Plain from the Early Neolithic to the successive ...
The challenge of plural identity
The complexity of collective existence is expressed through an awareness of its real identity, which then entails an appropriate attitude towards its own negativity. Within the hierarchically structured identity, different ...