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The "Radiant Future" of Spatial and Temporal Dis/Orientations / Lugarić, Danijela ; Jelača, Dijana.

By: Lugarić Vukas, Danijela.
Contributor(s): Jelača, Dijana [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 1-16 str.Other title: The "Radiant Future" of Spatial and Temporal Dis/Orientations [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.14 | (post)socialism, future, Eastern Europe | (post)socialism, future, Eastern Europe In: The Future of (Post)Socialism: Eastern European Perspectives str. 1-16Summary: If socialism did not end as abruptly as is sometimes perceived, what remnants of it linger today and will continue to linger in the future? Moreover, if postsocialism is an umbrella term for the uncertain times of various transitions that followed in socialism’s wake, how might the “post” be rendered complicated by the notion that the unfinished business of socialism continues to influence the trajectory of the future? This is why we adopt (post)socialism, as a visual, orthographic reflection of said unfinished business, as well as of the fact that “post” often implies too linear an approach to time, space, meaning, and history. In this introduction, we discuss postsocialism as a three-pronged process: as an unfinished business of perpetual liminality, as radiant future, and as circuits of intimacies.
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If socialism did not end as abruptly as is sometimes perceived, what remnants of it linger today and will continue to linger in the future? Moreover, if postsocialism is an umbrella term for the uncertain times of various transitions that followed in socialism’s wake, how might the “post” be rendered complicated by the notion that the unfinished business of socialism continues to influence the trajectory of the future? This is why we adopt (post)socialism, as a visual, orthographic reflection of said unfinished business, as well as of the fact that “post” often implies too linear an approach to time, space, meaning, and history. In this introduction, we discuss postsocialism as a three-pronged process: as an unfinished business of perpetual liminality, as radiant future, and as circuits of intimacies.

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