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No Future? Politics of memory on Yugoslav Socialism in Postsocialist Literature and Culture / Kolanović, Maša.

By: Kolanović, Maša.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: No Future? Politics of memory on Yugoslav Socialism in Postsocialist Literature and Culture [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): Postsocialism, Memory, Literature, Popular Culture, Yugoslavia | 6.03 | | In: The Future(s) of (Post)SocialismSummary: The talk address issue of the articulation of Yugoslav socialism in the contemporary literature and culture. Pointing on different narrative constructions of the Yugoslav socialism in artistic works of contemporary post-Yugoslav authors (such as Dubravka Ugrešić, Miljenko Jergović, Goran Tribuson, Ratko Cvetnić et. al), and different cultural patterns (journalist discourse, graffiti art, popular culture etc.), the talk put focus on social processes in which literature and culture hold specific anthropological role in expressing and representing politics of emotion in the postsocialist countries. Since cultural memory also links the past to the present and the future, these texts and practices also form the specific politics of memory for a period of socialism which brings the question of what kind of future socialism has in its posyugoslav cultural articulation.
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The talk address issue of the articulation of Yugoslav socialism in the contemporary literature and culture. Pointing on different narrative constructions of the Yugoslav socialism in artistic works of contemporary post-Yugoslav authors (such as Dubravka Ugrešić, Miljenko Jergović, Goran Tribuson, Ratko Cvetnić et. al), and different cultural patterns (journalist discourse, graffiti art, popular culture etc.), the talk put focus on social processes in which literature and culture hold specific anthropological role in expressing and representing politics of emotion in the postsocialist countries. Since cultural memory also links the past to the present and the future, these texts and practices also form the specific politics of memory for a period of socialism which brings the question of what kind of future socialism has in its posyugoslav cultural articulation.

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