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Jelača, Dijana

The Cultural Life of Capitalism in Yugoslavia

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Cultural Capitalism the (Post)Yugoslav Way
Dijana Jelača, Maša Kolanović, Danijela Lugarić

Part I. Capital(ism) and Class Cultures

2. The Strange Absence of Capital(ism)
Stipe Grgas

3. Fictions of Crime in a State of Exception
Tatjana Jukić

4. Rethinking Class in Socialist Yugoslavia: Labor, Body, and Moral Economy
Tanja Petrović, Ana Hofman

5. The Restoration of Capitalism After Yugoslavia: Cultural Capital, Class and Power
Breda Luthar, Maruša Pušnik

6. Class and Culture in Yugoslav Factory Newspapers
Sven Cvek

7. Post-Yugoslav Notes on Marx’s Class Theory and Middle-Class Classism
Primož Krašovec

Part II. Trajectories of Capitalism: Culture and Everyday Life

8. On Yugoslav Market Socialism Through Živojin Pavlović’s When I Am Dead and Pale (1967)
Gal Kirn

9. Against Capitalism from the Stalinist Cellar: The Balkan Spy in the Post-Yugoslav Context
Ivan Velisavljević

10. The Contested Place of the Detached Home in Yugoslavia’s Socialist Cities
Brigitte Normand

11. Yugoslavia Looking Westward: Transnational Consumer Contact with Italy During the 1960s
Francesca Rolandi

12. Popular Hybrids the Yugoslav Way: What a Girl Would Buy for Her Pocket Money
Reana Senjković

Part III. Cultural Struggles and Social Movements

13. Protesting for Production: The Dita Factory Occupation and the Struggle for Justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Damir Arsenijević, Jasmina Husanović, Vanessa Vasić-Janeković

14. The Politics of (Post)Socialist Sexuality: American Foreign Policy in Bosnia and Kosovo
Piro Rexhepi

15. The Strange Case of Yugoslav Feminism: Feminism and Socialism in “the East”
Adriana Zaharijević

16. Cultural Politics in (Post)Socialist Croatia: The Question of (Dis)Continuity
Maciej Falski, Tomasz Rawski

17. Neoliberal Discourse and Rhetoric in Croatian Higher Education
Anera Ryznar

18.
Yugoslavia After Yugoslavia: Graffiti About Yugoslavia in the Post-Yugoslav Urban Landscape
Mitja Velikonja

19. Afterword: And so They Historicized
Boris Buden

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, European Culture, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Studies, Russian and Post-Soviet Politics, Russian, Soviet, and East European History

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319474823
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-47481-6

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