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Historian Jelena Djureinović parses the trajectory and the many facets of historical revisionism in Serbia. Assorted presidents, collaborators, and royals also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New episodes two to four times per month.…
 
Travel writing about former Yugoslavia exploded in the 1990s as the country disintegrated in violence. The lessons the author of the first such account, Brian Hall, learned when he traveled through then-Yugoslavia in 1991 resonate today more than ever. Next, Marija Krivokapić from the University of Montenegro helps place Brian’s book and those abou…
 
Two photographers born in former Yugoslavia and living abroad, Olja Triaška Stefanović (Novi Sad, Serbia / Bratislava, Slovakia) and Dragana Jurišić (Slavonski Brod, Croatia / Dublin, Ireland) have (re)claimed the memory of their disappeared homeland through their art. Their photographs speak of searching, deep loss, fragmentary memory, and, in a w…
 
...or New Yugoslavism in Contemporary Popular Music in Former Yugoslavia Parallel to Yugonostalgic enjoyment of Yugoslav-era music across the region, another related musical phenomenon emerged in the 1990s: original music glorifying Yugoslavia. In this episode of Remembering Yugoslavia: the music of New Yugoslavism. Thanks to the generosity of thei…
 
... or A Field Report from the Days of AVNOJ Every last Saturday in November, several thousand people from all across former Yugoslavia gather in Jajce for Days of AVNOJ, an official celebration of Yugoslavia's founding at the Second Session of the Antifašističko vijeće narodnog oslobođenja Jugoslavije (Anti-Fascist Council for the National Liberat…
 
...or 25 Years of the Dayton Peace Accords What has Dayton wrought and where do we go from here? Bosnian policy analysts and activists Gorana Mlinarević and Nela Porobić Isaković bring a feminist perspective to discuss the reality and legacy of the Dayton Peace Accords after a quarter century of implementation. Milan Lajčák, Miss Bosnia, and JFK al…
 
A Serbian and a North Macedonian graphic designer discuss Yugoslavian design as an inspiration for their work. A legendary Yugoslav designer, Donald Niebyl, and Alexander the Great also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New episodes tw…
 
Two members of the Serbian diaspora share their experiences leaving former Yugoslavia, making a new life in South Africa and the United Kingdom, and staying connected with their disappeared homeland. Plus a listener's letter from Australia. Nelson Mandela, Patreon members, and assorted Yugoslav sports stars also make an appearance. The Remembering …
 
Donald Niebyl discusses the origin story and notoriety of his creation, Spomenik Database, and the fetishization of Yugoslav-era World War II monuments. Jan Kempenaers, Balkan bureaucrats, and warm and fuzzy feelings also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hoste…
 
Foreign-born, Belgrade-based tour operators, Ralph van der Zijden, from the Netherlands (iBike Belgrade & Yugotour), and Tiago Carruco, from Portugal (Into the Balkans), share their passion for the place, how they started their businesses, thoughts on Yugoslavia, and how the covid pandemic has affected their operations. The Mayor of the Hague, a Be…
 
Historian Ivo Goldstein identifies the roots and actors of historical revisionism in Croatia. Croatian exiles, a Serbian war criminal, and Lauryn Hill also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New episodes two to four times per month. Det…
 
Director of Ljubljana-based Institute of Culture and Memory Studies, Tanja Petrović, discusses the new lives of Yugoslav objects, Yugonostalgia, and the political potential of socialist Yugoslavia today. American bombs, Yugoslav products, and Slovene Yugonostalgics also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a…
 
President Goran Gabrić takes me on a walking tour of Mini Yugoslavia. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New episodes two to four times per month. Detailed shownotes: RememberingYugoslavia.com/Podcast-Mini-Yugoslavia Instagram: Instagram.com/RememberingYug…
 
Hrvoje Klasić discusses historical revisionism in Croatia and life as a celebrity historian. A 1980’s president of Yugoslavia, Tito’s corpse, and rakija-guzzling neighbors also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New episodes two to four…
 
Elma Hodžić, curator at the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, discusses the museum's memory-making activities over time and Bosnian post-war identity. Ordinary people, multiple Tito statues, and Valter also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hosted by…
 
Art historian Vladana Putnik Prica of the University of Belgrade discusses inappropriate monuments, foreigners' interest and generational differences in locals' perception of spomeniks, and nostalgic songs. Partisans, Miodrag Živković, and, almost inevitably, Lepa Brena also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory…
 
Petar Janjatović, author of Ex-YU Rock Encyclopedia 1960-2015, discusses the endurance of Yugoslav rock and the political power of music. Serbian zombies, three presidents, and some expletives also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New…
 
Martin Pogačar, PhD, a research fellow at the Ljubljana-based Institute of Culture and Memory Studies, discusses the subversiveness of Yugoslav pop-culture and Yugoslavia's digital afterlives. Branimir Štulić, Slovenian subversives, cyber Yugoslavs and, of course, Tito, also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory…
 
Sanja Horvatinčić, PhD, a researcher at the Institute of Art History in Zagreb, applies a bottom-up, heritage-from-below methodology to analyze Yugoslav WWII monuments and modernist architecture. Uninformed bloggers, the former president of Croatia, and a weird dream also make an appearance. The Remembering Yugoslavia podcast takes a journey throug…
 
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