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Belgrade 1968 Protests and the Post-Evental Fidelity: Intellectual and Political Legacy of the 1968 Student Protests in Serbia

Pavlović, Aleksandar; Losoncz, Mark

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
AU  - Losoncz, Mark
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://journal.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/index.php?journal=fid&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=https%3A%2F%2Fdoi.org%2F10.2298%2FFID1901149P
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1957
AB  - Even though Belgrade student protests emerged and ended abruptly after only seven days in June of 1968, they came as a cumulative point of a decade-long accumulated social dissatisfaction and antagonisms, as well as of philosophical investigations of the unorthodox Marxists of the Praxis school (Praksisovci). It surprised the Yugoslav authorities as the first massive rebellion after WWII to explicitly criticize rising social inequality, bureaucratization and unemployment and demand free speech and abolishment of privileges. This article focuses on the intellectual destiny and legacy of the eight professors from the Faculty of Philosophy close to the Praxis school, who were identified as the protests’ instigators and subsequently expelled from the University of Belgrade due to their “ethico-political unsuitability”. Under both international and domestic pressure, they were later reemployed in a separate research unit named the Centre for Philosophy and Social Theory, where they kept their critical edge and argued for political pluralism. From the late 1980s onwards, they and their colleagues became politically active and at times occupied the highest positions in Serbia – Dragoljub Mićunović as one of the founders of the modern Democratic Party and the Speaker of the Parliament, former Serbian President and Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica and former Prime Minister late Zoran Đinđić. Still, while some members became strong anti-nationalists and anti-war activists, other embraced Serbian nationalism, therefore pivoting the intellectual split into the so called First and Second Serbia that marked Serbian society during the 1990s and remained influential to this day.
AB  - Drugog svetskog rata koja je eksplicitno kritikovala rastuću društvenu nejednakost, birokratizaciju i nezaposlenost, i zahtevala slobodu govora i ukidanje privilegija. Ovaj članak fokusira se na sudbinu osmoro profesora sa Filozofskog fakulteta u Beogradu bliskih Praksis idejama, koje je režim identifikovao kao podstrekače protesta i kasnije ih proterao sa fakulteta zbog njihove „moralno-političke nepodobnosti“. Nakon međunarodnih i unutrašnjih pritisaka, oni su kasnije ponovo zaposleni u zasebnoj istraživačkoj jedinici nazvanoj Centar za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, gde su zadržali svoju kritičku oštricu i zagovarali politički pluralizam. Od kraja osamdesetih godina prošlog veka, oni i njihove kolege iz Centra postaju politički aktivni, nalaze se među osnivačima i kasnije liderima Demokratske Stranke i povremeno zauzimaju najviše položaje u Srbiji – Dragoljub Mićunović kao predsedavajući Narodne skupštine, bivši srpski predsednik i premijer Vojislav Koštunica i nekadašnji premijer Zoran Đinđić. Međutim, dok su neki članovi osmorke i Centra postali čvrsti anti-nacionalisti i antiratni aktivisti, drugi su prigrlili srpski nacionalizam, tako predvodeći intelektualni razdor na Prvu i Drugi Srbiju koji je obeležio srpsko društvo devedesetih godina prošlog veka, i ostao uticajan do danas.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Filozofija i društvo
T1  - Belgrade 1968 Protests and the Post-Evental Fidelity: Intellectual and Political Legacy of the 1968 Student Protests in Serbia
IS  - 1
VL  - 30
SP  - 149
EP  - 164
DO  - https://doi.org/10.2298/FID1901149P
ER  - 
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author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar and Losoncz, Mark",
year = "2019",
url = "http://journal.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/index.php?journal=fid&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=https%3A%2F%2Fdoi.org%2F10.2298%2FFID1901149P, http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1957",
abstract = "Even though Belgrade student protests emerged and ended abruptly after only seven days in June of 1968, they came as a cumulative point of a decade-long accumulated social dissatisfaction and antagonisms, as well as of philosophical investigations of the unorthodox Marxists of the Praxis school (Praksisovci). It surprised the Yugoslav authorities as the first massive rebellion after WWII to explicitly criticize rising social inequality, bureaucratization and unemployment and demand free speech and abolishment of privileges. This article focuses on the intellectual destiny and legacy of the eight professors from the Faculty of Philosophy close to the Praxis school, who were identified as the protests’ instigators and subsequently expelled from the University of Belgrade due to their “ethico-political unsuitability”. Under both international and domestic pressure, they were later reemployed in a separate research unit named the Centre for Philosophy and Social Theory, where they kept their critical edge and argued for political pluralism. From the late 1980s onwards, they and their colleagues became politically active and at times occupied the highest positions in Serbia – Dragoljub Mićunović as one of the founders of the modern Democratic Party and the Speaker of the Parliament, former Serbian President and Prime Minister Vojislav Koštunica and former Prime Minister late Zoran Đinđić. Still, while some members became strong anti-nationalists and anti-war activists, other embraced Serbian nationalism, therefore pivoting the intellectual split into the so called First and Second Serbia that marked Serbian society during the 1990s and remained influential to this day., Drugog svetskog rata koja je eksplicitno kritikovala rastuću društvenu nejednakost, birokratizaciju i nezaposlenost, i zahtevala slobodu govora i ukidanje privilegija. Ovaj članak fokusira se na sudbinu osmoro profesora sa Filozofskog fakulteta u Beogradu bliskih Praksis idejama, koje je režim identifikovao kao podstrekače protesta i kasnije ih proterao sa fakulteta zbog njihove „moralno-političke nepodobnosti“. Nakon međunarodnih i unutrašnjih pritisaka, oni su kasnije ponovo zaposleni u zasebnoj istraživačkoj jedinici nazvanoj Centar za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, gde su zadržali svoju kritičku oštricu i zagovarali politički pluralizam. Od kraja osamdesetih godina prošlog veka, oni i njihove kolege iz Centra postaju politički aktivni, nalaze se među osnivačima i kasnije liderima Demokratske Stranke i povremeno zauzimaju najviše položaje u Srbiji – Dragoljub Mićunović kao predsedavajući Narodne skupštine, bivši srpski predsednik i premijer Vojislav Koštunica i nekadašnji premijer Zoran Đinđić. Međutim, dok su neki članovi osmorke i Centra postali čvrsti anti-nacionalisti i antiratni aktivisti, drugi su prigrlili srpski nacionalizam, tako predvodeći intelektualni razdor na Prvu i Drugi Srbiju koji je obeležio srpsko društvo devedesetih godina prošlog veka, i ostao uticajan do danas.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
journal = "Filozofija i društvo",
title = "Belgrade 1968 Protests and the Post-Evental Fidelity: Intellectual and Political Legacy of the 1968 Student Protests in Serbia",
number = "1",
volume = "30",
pages = "149-164",
doi = "https://doi.org/10.2298/FID1901149P"
}

Rethinking Serbian-Albanian Relations Figuring out the Enemy

Pavlović, Aleksandar; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Halili, Rigels

(London: Routledge, 2019)

TY  - BOOK
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Halili, Rigels
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2004
AB  - Identifying and explaining common views, ideas and traditions, this volume challenges the concept of Serbian-Albanian hostility by reinvestigating recent and historical events in the region. The contributors put forward critically oriented initiatives and alternatives to shed light on a range of relations and perspectives.

The central aim of the book is to ‘figure out’ the problematic relations between Serbs and Albanians – that is, to comprehend its origins and the actors involved, and to find ways to resolve and deal with this enmity. Treating the hostility as a construct of a long-running discourse about the Serbian or Albanian ‘Other’, scholars and intellectuals from Serbia, Kosovo and Albania examine the origins, channels, agents and mediums of this discourse from the 18th century to the present. Tracing the roots of the two ethnic groups' political divisions, contemporary practices and actions allows the contributors to reconsider mutually held negative perceptions and identify elements of a common, shared history. Examples of past and current cooperation are used to offer a critical analysis of all three societies.

This interdisciplinary publication brings together historiographical, literary, sociological, political, anthropological and philosophical analyses and enquiries and will be of interest to researchers in the fields of sociology, politics, cultural studies, history or anthropology; and to academics working in Slavonic and East European studies.
PB  - London: Routledge
T2  - Routledge, London; Southeast European Studies Series
T1  - Rethinking Serbian-Albanian Relations Figuring out the Enemy
DO  - https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351273169
ER  - 
@book{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar and Pudar Draško, Gazela and Halili, Rigels",
year = "2019",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2004",
abstract = "Identifying and explaining common views, ideas and traditions, this volume challenges the concept of Serbian-Albanian hostility by reinvestigating recent and historical events in the region. The contributors put forward critically oriented initiatives and alternatives to shed light on a range of relations and perspectives.

The central aim of the book is to ‘figure out’ the problematic relations between Serbs and Albanians – that is, to comprehend its origins and the actors involved, and to find ways to resolve and deal with this enmity. Treating the hostility as a construct of a long-running discourse about the Serbian or Albanian ‘Other’, scholars and intellectuals from Serbia, Kosovo and Albania examine the origins, channels, agents and mediums of this discourse from the 18th century to the present. Tracing the roots of the two ethnic groups' political divisions, contemporary practices and actions allows the contributors to reconsider mutually held negative perceptions and identify elements of a common, shared history. Examples of past and current cooperation are used to offer a critical analysis of all three societies.

This interdisciplinary publication brings together historiographical, literary, sociological, political, anthropological and philosophical analyses and enquiries and will be of interest to researchers in the fields of sociology, politics, cultural studies, history or anthropology; and to academics working in Slavonic and East European studies.",
publisher = "London: Routledge",
journal = "Routledge, London; Southeast European Studies Series",
title = "Rethinking Serbian-Albanian Relations Figuring out the Enemy",
doi = "https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351273169"
}

Politics of Enmity

Pudar Draško, Gazela; Meka, Eltion; Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2018)

TY  - BOOK
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Meka, Eltion
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1611
AB  - This volume attempts contribute to the discussion about the nation, nationalism and its inevitable attendant, enmity. In what sense have friendship and hostility (Schmitt 1996, Derrida 1994, Bojanić 1995; 2015) gained new meanings, and what would those meanings be? Does nation-building always involve a common enemy one has to fight? Or does it meet its limits with being a mere remedy for contemporary forms of inequality, or a tranquilizer for those unsettled by the complexity and insecurity brought up by globalized capitalism? These questions become increasingly important as we witness the crisis of the collectivity-building process of the European Union. Do the contemporary politics of difference contest the notion of enmity or, quite to the contrary,
reaffirm it?
PB  - Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T1  - Politics of Enmity
ER  - 
@book{
author = "Pudar Draško, Gazela and Meka, Eltion and Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2018",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1611",
abstract = "This volume attempts contribute to the discussion about the nation, nationalism and its inevitable attendant, enmity. In what sense have friendship and hostility (Schmitt 1996, Derrida 1994, Bojanić 1995; 2015) gained new meanings, and what would those meanings be? Does nation-building always involve a common enemy one has to fight? Or does it meet its limits with being a mere remedy for contemporary forms of inequality, or a tranquilizer for those unsettled by the complexity and insecurity brought up by globalized capitalism? These questions become increasingly important as we witness the crisis of the collectivity-building process of the European Union. Do the contemporary politics of difference contest the notion of enmity or, quite to the contrary,
reaffirm it?",
publisher = "Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
title = "Politics of Enmity"
}

Progutati M/mamac: čitanje Albaharijevog predstavljanja Holokausta u kontekstu postjugoslovenskih ratova

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2018)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1462
AB  - Ovo izlaganje ispituje povezanosti između holokausta i ratova iz 1990-ih godina u romanu Davida Albaharija Mamac (1996). Dosadašnja kritika već je ukazala na “kopernikanski obrt” koji postoji između Albaharijevih ranih, postmodernističkih, aistorijskih knjiga i erupcije istorije u njegove romane posle 1990. godine. U ovom radu iznosi se tvrdnja da ovo pomeranje težišta u Albaharijevom opusu ukazuje na to da za njega holokaust kao trauma može biti predstavljen kroz pisanje samo nakon savremene traume post-jugoslovenskih ratova i raspada zemlje. Ipak, prethodni tumači (Vervaet 2013) uglavnom su Albaharijevu naraciju o holokaustu čitali kao primera onoga što Merien Hirš (Marianne Hirsch) naziva post-sećanje (postmemory) i opisuje kao “veza koju ‘generacija posle’ oseća sa ličnom, kolektivnom i kulturnom traumom onih koji su došli pre – iskustva kojih se oni ‘sećaju’ samo putem priča, slika i ponašanja onih s kojima su rasli.” Nedavno, međutim, proučavaoci poput Ive Kosmos izneli su stav da se, preplićući priču o holokaustu sa novijim kontekstom balkanskih ratova, Albahari zapravo ograničio na “hegemonski narativ srpske žrtve, odnosno, priču o povijesnom stradanju srpskoga naroda koja je poslužila kao opravdanje za rat” (Kosmos 2016). U ovom članku ukršteni su Albaharijevo pisanje o holokaustu u sa njegovim referencama na post-jugoslovenske ratove u romanu Mamac, kako bi se utvdilo u kojoj meri oni poseduju kritički potencijal a u kojoj se uklapaju u dominantan srpski narativ o događajima iz novije istorije.
AB  - This paper explores the relations that David Albahari’s writings about the Holocaust in his novels Mamac (1996), Svetski putnik (Globetrotter, 2001) and Gec i Majer (Götz and Meyer, 2004) establish with the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. Previous scholarship already pointed out the Copernican twists between Albahari’s early, postmodern, ahistorical writing and the eruption of history into his post-1990s novels. This thereby implies that for him the Holocaust as a trauma can be represented into writing only after the contemporary trauma of the Yugoslav wars and country’s dissolution. Yet, earlier scholarship (Vervaet 2013) mostly remained confined to the reading of his Holocaust narratives as instances of what Marianne Hirsch calls postmemory: “the relationship that the ‘generation after’ bears to the personal, collective, and cultural trauma of those who came before – experiences they ‘remember’ only by means of the stories, images, and behaviors among which they grew up.” Most recently, however, scholars such as Iva Kosmos argued that by framing the Holocaust narratives into the recent context of the Balkan wars, Albahari actually remains confined to the “hegemonic narrative of Serbian victimhood, story about historical suffering of the Serbian people that served as an excuse for the war” (Kosmos 2016). I therefore intend to relate Albahari’s Holocaust narratives against the backdrop of the 1990s post-Yugoslav wars in order to determine their critical potential for understanding the recent violent Balkan past.
PB  - Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Holokaust i filozofija
T1  - Progutati M/mamac: čitanje Albaharijevog predstavljanja Holokausta u kontekstu postjugoslovenskih ratova
T1  - Swallowing the Bate: Reading David Albahari’s Representation of the Holocaust against the Background of the 1990s Yugoslav Wars
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2018",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1462",
abstract = "Ovo izlaganje ispituje povezanosti između holokausta i ratova iz 1990-ih godina u romanu Davida Albaharija Mamac (1996). Dosadašnja kritika već je ukazala na “kopernikanski obrt” koji postoji između Albaharijevih ranih, postmodernističkih, aistorijskih knjiga i erupcije istorije u njegove romane posle 1990. godine. U ovom radu iznosi se tvrdnja da ovo pomeranje težišta u Albaharijevom opusu ukazuje na to da za njega holokaust kao trauma može biti predstavljen kroz pisanje samo nakon savremene traume post-jugoslovenskih ratova i raspada zemlje. Ipak, prethodni tumači (Vervaet 2013) uglavnom su Albaharijevu naraciju o holokaustu čitali kao primera onoga što Merien Hirš (Marianne Hirsch) naziva post-sećanje (postmemory) i opisuje kao “veza koju ‘generacija posle’ oseća sa ličnom, kolektivnom i kulturnom traumom onih koji su došli pre – iskustva kojih se oni ‘sećaju’ samo putem priča, slika i ponašanja onih s kojima su rasli.” Nedavno, međutim, proučavaoci poput Ive Kosmos izneli su stav da se, preplićući priču o holokaustu sa novijim kontekstom balkanskih ratova, Albahari zapravo ograničio na “hegemonski narativ srpske žrtve, odnosno, priču o povijesnom stradanju srpskoga naroda koja je poslužila kao opravdanje za rat” (Kosmos 2016). U ovom članku ukršteni su Albaharijevo pisanje o holokaustu u sa njegovim referencama na post-jugoslovenske ratove u romanu Mamac, kako bi se utvdilo u kojoj meri oni poseduju kritički potencijal a u kojoj se uklapaju u dominantan srpski narativ o događajima iz novije istorije., This paper explores the relations that David Albahari’s writings about the Holocaust in his novels Mamac (1996), Svetski putnik (Globetrotter, 2001) and Gec i Majer (Götz and Meyer, 2004) establish with the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. Previous scholarship already pointed out the Copernican twists between Albahari’s early, postmodern, ahistorical writing and the eruption of history into his post-1990s novels. This thereby implies that for him the Holocaust as a trauma can be represented into writing only after the contemporary trauma of the Yugoslav wars and country’s dissolution. Yet, earlier scholarship (Vervaet 2013) mostly remained confined to the reading of his Holocaust narratives as instances of what Marianne Hirsch calls postmemory: “the relationship that the ‘generation after’ bears to the personal, collective, and cultural trauma of those who came before – experiences they ‘remember’ only by means of the stories, images, and behaviors among which they grew up.” Most recently, however, scholars such as Iva Kosmos argued that by framing the Holocaust narratives into the recent context of the Balkan wars, Albahari actually remains confined to the “hegemonic narrative of Serbian victimhood, story about historical suffering of the Serbian people that served as an excuse for the war” (Kosmos 2016). I therefore intend to relate Albahari’s Holocaust narratives against the backdrop of the 1990s post-Yugoslav wars in order to determine their critical potential for understanding the recent violent Balkan past.",
publisher = "Beograd: Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
journal = "Holokaust i filozofija",
title = "Progutati M/mamac: čitanje Albaharijevog predstavljanja Holokausta u kontekstu postjugoslovenskih ratova, Swallowing the Bate: Reading David Albahari’s Representation of the Holocaust against the Background of the 1990s Yugoslav Wars"
}

Ana Russell-Omaljev, Divided we Stand: Discourses on Identity in ’First’ and ’Other’ Serbia , Ibidem Verlag, Stuttgart, 2016.

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(2017)

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author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2017",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1404",
title = "Ana Russell-Omaljev,  Divided we  Stand: Discourses on Identity in ’First’  and ’Other’ Serbia , Ibidem Verlag,  Stuttgart, 2016.",
number = "4",
volume = "28",
pages = "1212-1214"
}

Smrtna (ne)ozbiljnost intelektualnog rada

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Beograd : Akademska knjiga ; Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2017)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1693
AB  - U ovom radu razmatraju se ukratko tri koncepcije angažmana koje podrivaju podelu na intelektualce i neintelektualce ili obične ljude, na visoku i nisku kulturu i insistiraju na društvenoj odgovornosti intelektualaca i javnom delovanju kao suštini intelektualnog rada. Prva referenca odnosi se na Gramšijev koncept „organskog intelektualca“ kao nekoga ko organski srasta sa određenom društvenom grupom i čiji je rad blisko isprepletan s njenim predstavnicima i njhovim interesima. U radu se zatim razmatra Holovo viđenje studija kulture kao kritičkim praksama, kao „intervencijama“ koje imaju uticaja  i učinka u svetu. Najzad, treći deo rada posvećen je Dimitriju Tucoviću i njegovim paradoksalnim nastojanjima da intelektualnu aktivnost obavlja istovremeno svesno deleći sudbinu naroda učešćem u Balkanskim ratovima i Prvom svetskom ratu, koje je kritikovao kao imperijalne.
PB  - Beograd : Akademska knjiga ; Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Angažman: uvod u studije angažovanosti
T1  - Smrtna (ne)ozbiljnost intelektualnog rada
SP  - 191
EP  - 201
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2017",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1693",
abstract = "U ovom radu razmatraju se ukratko tri koncepcije angažmana koje podrivaju podelu na intelektualce i neintelektualce ili obične ljude, na visoku i nisku kulturu i insistiraju na društvenoj odgovornosti intelektualaca i javnom delovanju kao suštini intelektualnog rada. Prva referenca odnosi se na Gramšijev koncept „organskog intelektualca“ kao nekoga ko organski srasta sa određenom društvenom grupom i čiji je rad blisko isprepletan s njenim predstavnicima i njhovim interesima. U radu se zatim razmatra Holovo viđenje studija kulture kao kritičkim praksama, kao „intervencijama“ koje imaju uticaja  i učinka u svetu. Najzad, treći deo rada posvećen je Dimitriju Tucoviću i njegovim paradoksalnim nastojanjima da intelektualnu aktivnost obavlja istovremeno svesno deleći sudbinu naroda učešćem u Balkanskim ratovima i Prvom svetskom ratu, koje je kritikovao kao imperijalne.",
publisher = "Beograd : Akademska knjiga ; Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
journal = "Angažman: uvod u studije angažovanosti",
title = "Smrtna (ne)ozbiljnost intelektualnog rada",
pages = "191-201"
}

‘Fierce Warriors’ or ‘Bloodthirsty Savages’: Albanians in Serbian Textbooks (1882–1941)

Pavlović, Aleksandar; Ilić Rajković, Aleksandra

(Göttingen : V&R unipress GmbH, 2017)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
AU  - Ilić Rajković, Aleksandra
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1417
AB  - This article analyses Serbian elementary school textbooks from 1882 to 1941 in order to determine the two main phases or modes of representing Albanians in the Serbian educational system during this period: the rise of hostility towards them in the 1882-1918 period and the ambivalence of the interwar years (1918-1941) when many Albanians became incorporated in the new Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
In distinction to the earlier Serbian perceptions of Albanians as „fierce warriors“ and occasional allies against the Turks, the late nineteenth and early twentieth century textbooks are marked by actual hostility towards the Albanians. The analysis focuses on a popular history textbook of the time by Mihajlo Jović, which saw some 56 editions and three major revisions from 1882 onwards and is thus particularly suitable for the analysis of the dominant discourse and its shifts during this period. The ambivalences towards the Albanians in the interwar period are investigated by looking at their contested presentation as either Serb-hating and treacherous, or as heroic and brave, in the two fourth-year reading books published by Miloš Matović and Milorad Vujanac in 1938.
In conclusion, the authors claim that the presentation of the Albanians in Serbian textbooks throughout this period - while no doubt being biased and prejudiced – is anything but simple and contains ambivalences that witness to the shifting status and attitudes between the two nations. It is therefore important to emphasize those inherently positive attitudes stemming from centuries of shared traditions and coexistence in the Balkans, such as those found in the aforementioned literary texts, or ruptures between the literary-fictional and historico-factual textbook content.
PB  - Göttingen : V&R unipress GmbH
T2  - Myths and Mythical Spaces Conditions and Challenges for History Textbooks in Albania and South-Eastern Europe
T1  - ‘Fierce Warriors’ or ‘Bloodthirsty Savages’: Albanians in Serbian Textbooks (1882–1941)
SP  - 225
EP  - 236
DO  - 10.14220/9783737008112.225
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar and Ilić Rajković, Aleksandra",
year = "2017",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1417",
abstract = "This article analyses Serbian elementary school textbooks from 1882 to 1941 in order to determine the two main phases or modes of representing Albanians in the Serbian educational system during this period: the rise of hostility towards them in the 1882-1918 period and the ambivalence of the interwar years (1918-1941) when many Albanians became incorporated in the new Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
In distinction to the earlier Serbian perceptions of Albanians as „fierce warriors“ and occasional allies against the Turks, the late nineteenth and early twentieth century textbooks are marked by actual hostility towards the Albanians. The analysis focuses on a popular history textbook of the time by Mihajlo Jović, which saw some 56 editions and three major revisions from 1882 onwards and is thus particularly suitable for the analysis of the dominant discourse and its shifts during this period. The ambivalences towards the Albanians in the interwar period are investigated by looking at their contested presentation as either Serb-hating and treacherous, or as heroic and brave, in the two fourth-year reading books published by Miloš Matović and Milorad Vujanac in 1938.
In conclusion, the authors claim that the presentation of the Albanians in Serbian textbooks throughout this period - while no doubt being biased and prejudiced – is anything but simple and contains ambivalences that witness to the shifting status and attitudes between the two nations. It is therefore important to emphasize those inherently positive attitudes stemming from centuries of shared traditions and coexistence in the Balkans, such as those found in the aforementioned literary texts, or ruptures between the literary-fictional and historico-factual textbook content.",
publisher = "Göttingen : V&R unipress GmbH",
journal = "Myths and Mythical Spaces Conditions and Challenges for History Textbooks in Albania and South-Eastern Europe",
title = "‘Fierce Warriors’ or ‘Bloodthirsty Savages’: Albanians in Serbian Textbooks (1882–1941)",
pages = "225-236",
doi = "10.14220/9783737008112.225"
}

Enmity in the Intellectual World: Global Perspectives and Visions

Pudar Draško, Gazela; Pavlović, Aleksandar

(2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1412
AB  - This paper follows the perception of enmity relations in the recent online contributions of 20 global intellectual ‘superstars’, such as Habermas, Klein, 
Žižek and others. We observed two, very general distinctions; the first one includes 
several geopolitical oppositions such as Germany vs. the rest of the EU, Russia 
vs. the West and national vs. supranational, while the second is between the 
majority and privileged few/elites. We argue that contemporary intellectuals are 
still influential public figures, and that their efforts are more directed at mpowerment 
and reform of the societies through the existing system than at promoting and 
advocating alternatives to the existing neoliberal socio-economical order.
AB  - U ovom radu se dotičemo percepcije neprijateljskih odnosa u skorašnjim online 
prilozima 20 globalnih ’zvezda’ intelektualaca kao što su habermas, Klajn, Žižek 
i drugi. Zabeležili smo dve vrlo opšte distinkcije; prva uključuje nekoliko geopolitičkih protivstavljanja kao što su nemačka vs. ostatak EU, Rusija vs. Zapad i nacionalno vs. nadnacionalno, dok druga pravi razliku između većine i privilegovane nekolicine/elita. Tvrdimo da su savremeni intelektualci još uvek uticajne javne ličnosti i da su njihovi napori više usmereni ka osnaživanju i reformi društava kroz postojeći sistem nego na promociju i zagovaranje alternatia postojećem neoliberalnom društveno-ekonomskom poretku.
T2  - Filozofija i društvo
T1  - Enmity in the Intellectual World:  Global Perspectives and Visions
T1  - neprijateljstvo u intelektualnom svetu:  globalne perspektive i vizije
IS  - 2
VL  - 28
SP  - 333
EP  - 345
DO  - 0.2298/FID1702333P
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pudar Draško, Gazela and Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2017",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1412",
abstract = "This paper follows the perception of enmity relations in the recent online contributions of 20 global intellectual ‘superstars’, such as Habermas, Klein, 
Žižek and others. We observed two, very general distinctions; the first one includes 
several geopolitical oppositions such as Germany vs. the rest of the EU, Russia 
vs. the West and national vs. supranational, while the second is between the 
majority and privileged few/elites. We argue that contemporary intellectuals are 
still influential public figures, and that their efforts are more directed at mpowerment 
and reform of the societies through the existing system than at promoting and 
advocating alternatives to the existing neoliberal socio-economical order., U ovom radu se dotičemo percepcije neprijateljskih odnosa u skorašnjim online 
prilozima 20 globalnih ’zvezda’ intelektualaca kao što su habermas, Klajn, Žižek 
i drugi. Zabeležili smo dve vrlo opšte distinkcije; prva uključuje nekoliko geopolitičkih protivstavljanja kao što su nemačka vs. ostatak EU, Rusija vs. Zapad i nacionalno vs. nadnacionalno, dok druga pravi razliku između većine i privilegovane nekolicine/elita. Tvrdimo da su savremeni intelektualci još uvek uticajne javne ličnosti i da su njihovi napori više usmereni ka osnaživanju i reformi društava kroz postojeći sistem nego na promociju i zagovaranje alternatia postojećem neoliberalnom društveno-ekonomskom poretku.",
journal = "Filozofija i društvo",
title = "Enmity in the Intellectual World:  Global Perspectives and Visions, neprijateljstvo u intelektualnom svetu:  globalne perspektive i vizije",
number = "2",
volume = "28",
pages = "333-345",
doi = "0.2298/FID1702333P"
}

Figura e armikut: ripërfytyrimi i marrëdhënieve shqiptaro-serbe

Halili, Rigels; Hysa, Armanda; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Prishtinë : Qendra Multimedia, 2016)

TY  - BOOK
AU  - Halili, Rigels
AU  - Hysa, Armanda
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1615
AB  - The volume contains a selection of articles written during the international project “Figuring Out the Enemy: Re-imagining Serbian-Albanian Relations” (2014-2016). Containing 13 reviewed articles previously published in Serbian or Albanian, this is one of the first joint research initiatives, involving twenty eight scholars and intellectuals solely from Serbia, Kosovo and Albania, putting forward critically oriented initiatives and alternatives to current hostilities. The project’s mission was to engage scholars from national communities at stake instead of bringing them from aside, and to provide environment for discussion and mutual understanding. The project created a base for lasting cooperation and a strong network of scholars, intellectuals, but also cultural institutions from Serbia, Kosovo and Albania.
The edited volume “Figuring Out the Enemy: Re-imagining Serbian-Albanian Relations” challenges Serbian-Albanian hostility by reinvestigating events and discourses from the past as well as more recent times. It seeks to identify and elaborate common views, ideas and traditions that undermine the present enmity and promote cooperation. These articles therefore offer an alternative to the dominant discourse of hostility and centennial ethnic hatred between the two nations. It also aims to bridge the existent gap in comparative research on Serbian-Albanian issues that has resulted in a serious lack of joint research projects, cooperation and other cultural activities.
PB  - Prishtinë : Qendra Multimedia
T1  - Figura e armikut: ripërfytyrimi i marrëdhënieve shqiptaro-serbe
ER  - 
@book{
author = "Halili, Rigels and Hysa, Armanda and Pudar Draško, Gazela and Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2016",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1615",
abstract = "The volume contains a selection of articles written during the international project “Figuring Out the Enemy: Re-imagining Serbian-Albanian Relations” (2014-2016). Containing 13 reviewed articles previously published in Serbian or Albanian, this is one of the first joint research initiatives, involving twenty eight scholars and intellectuals solely from Serbia, Kosovo and Albania, putting forward critically oriented initiatives and alternatives to current hostilities. The project’s mission was to engage scholars from national communities at stake instead of bringing them from aside, and to provide environment for discussion and mutual understanding. The project created a base for lasting cooperation and a strong network of scholars, intellectuals, but also cultural institutions from Serbia, Kosovo and Albania.
The edited volume “Figuring Out the Enemy: Re-imagining Serbian-Albanian Relations” challenges Serbian-Albanian hostility by reinvestigating events and discourses from the past as well as more recent times. It seeks to identify and elaborate common views, ideas and traditions that undermine the present enmity and promote cooperation. These articles therefore offer an alternative to the dominant discourse of hostility and centennial ethnic hatred between the two nations. It also aims to bridge the existent gap in comparative research on Serbian-Albanian issues that has resulted in a serious lack of joint research projects, cooperation and other cultural activities.",
publisher = "Prishtinë : Qendra Multimedia",
title = "Figura e armikut: ripërfytyrimi i marrëdhënieve shqiptaro-serbe"
}

A Passage to Europe: Serbia and the Refugee Crisis

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Graz : Zentrum für Südosteuropastudien / Centre for Southeast European Studies, Graz, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1618
AB  - In this text, I approach Serbian experience of the refugee crisis by referring to
three statements taken both as a reference and point of departure: first,
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić’s claim that Serbia was “more
European that some European states”; second, the former Croatian Prime
Minister Zoran Milanović’s claim that Serbia ought to “spread it [the refugees]
around a bit”; and, third, Angela Merkel’s statement that the closure of EU
borders could cause another war in the Balkans. These three statements, it is
argued, provide convenient access to the official’s claims regarding the refugee
crisis in Serbia and its echo in the region and abroad. In addition, in order to
identify the views held by common people in Serbia, in the last section I will
also briefly discuss popular reactions in Serbia to the issue of refugees in the
last several years.
PB  - Graz : Zentrum für Südosteuropastudien / Centre for Southeast European Studies, Graz
T2  - Contemporary Southeastern Europe
T1  - A Passage to Europe: Serbia and the Refugee Crisis
IS  - 1
VL  - 3
VL  - 3
SP  - 59
EP  - 65
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2016",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1618",
abstract = "In this text, I approach Serbian experience of the refugee crisis by referring to
three statements taken both as a reference and point of departure: first,
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić’s claim that Serbia was “more
European that some European states”; second, the former Croatian Prime
Minister Zoran Milanović’s claim that Serbia ought to “spread it [the refugees]
around a bit”; and, third, Angela Merkel’s statement that the closure of EU
borders could cause another war in the Balkans. These three statements, it is
argued, provide convenient access to the official’s claims regarding the refugee
crisis in Serbia and its echo in the region and abroad. In addition, in order to
identify the views held by common people in Serbia, in the last section I will
also briefly discuss popular reactions in Serbia to the issue of refugees in the
last several years.",
publisher = "Graz : Zentrum für Südosteuropastudien / Centre for Southeast European Studies, Graz",
journal = "Contemporary Southeastern Europe",
title = "A Passage to Europe: Serbia and the Refugee Crisis",
number = "1",
volume = "3, 3",
pages = "59-65"
}

“From Myth to Territory: Vuk Karadžić, Kosovo Epics and the Role of Nineteenth-Century Intellectuals in Establishing National Narratives”

Pavlović, Aleksandar; Atanasovski, Srđan

(Budapest : Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS), 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
AU  - Atanasovski, Srđan
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1617
AB  - In this article, we argue that the nineteenth-century Serbian scholars had a pivotal role
in establishing Kosovo as the crucial subject of Serbian literature, culture, and politics.
By revisiting the formation of the Kosovo epic in the collections of Vuk Karadžić, the
founder of modern Serbian culture, we trace his role in making Kosovo the foundational
myth of the whole Serbian nation from the nineteenth-century surge in Romantic
nationalism onwards. In particular, we scrutinize Karadžić’s editorial procedures as parts
of a process of cultural inscription representing a cultural transformation that made the
Kosovo epic an instance of the invention of national tradition in Eric Hobsbawm’s terms.
PB  - Budapest : Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS)
T2  - Hungarian Historical Review
T1  - “From Myth to Territory: Vuk Karadžić, Kosovo Epics and the Role of Nineteenth-Century Intellectuals in Establishing National Narratives”
IS  - 2
VL  - 5
SP  - 357
EP  - 376
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar and Atanasovski, Srđan",
year = "2016",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1617",
abstract = "In this article, we argue that the nineteenth-century Serbian scholars had a pivotal role
in establishing Kosovo as the crucial subject of Serbian literature, culture, and politics.
By revisiting the formation of the Kosovo epic in the collections of Vuk Karadžić, the
founder of modern Serbian culture, we trace his role in making Kosovo the foundational
myth of the whole Serbian nation from the nineteenth-century surge in Romantic
nationalism onwards. In particular, we scrutinize Karadžić’s editorial procedures as parts
of a process of cultural inscription representing a cultural transformation that made the
Kosovo epic an instance of the invention of national tradition in Eric Hobsbawm’s terms.",
publisher = "Budapest : Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS)",
journal = "Hungarian Historical Review",
title = "“From Myth to Territory: Vuk Karadžić, Kosovo Epics and the Role of Nineteenth-Century Intellectuals in Establishing National Narratives”",
number = "2",
volume = "5",
pages = "357-376"
}

South Slavic Oral Tradition and its Textualization

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society (Studia Fennica, Folkloristica 22, 2016)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1694
AB  - The concept of the transitional text has so far had a destiny of the spectre of oral studies – its disturbing presence occasionally comes into view, but somehow without a proper recognition and place in the real world. Initially rejected and then accepted by Albert Lord (1960: 129, 1986a: 479–481), the term subsequently gained certain currency among the leading theorists (Foley 1988, Finnegan 1992: 116), only to be questioned again in the more recent scholarship (Jensen 1998: 94–114, 2008: 50). By revisiting Lord’s analyses and South Slavic oral and written tradition, this article describes transitional texts as a distinctive generic form involving two principal modes of enunciation – literary notion of fixed textuality and oral performative principle of composition in performance in traditional oral-formulaic language. Following the discussions of Lord and Foley, it also offers a synthetic framework for their analysis, based on the phraseology, style, outlook and contextual evidences about their documentation and singers.
South Slavic tradition offers a continuum of published texts with various degrees of oral traditionality, and upon closer examination some turn out to be literary works written by educated poets familiar with oral tradition, whereas others are nothing more but fixed, fossilized texts that do not involve oral composition in performance and are not part of a living oral tradition (see also: Miletich 1988: 100–102). But this still leaves us with a number of examples that involve both oral and written attitudes and techniques of composition and cannot be reduced to either. After examining early nineteenth-century examples of the emerging literary influence on the still predominantly oral Montenegrin culture of the time, I will argue that such transitional South Slavic texts emerged in two principal ways, either by educated writers adjusting their literary technique to accommodate an oral traditional content, or by oral singers appropriating originally literary characteristics to their oral performative manner and style. In the final instance, the article advocates that a consistent theoretical model of transitional texts can provide leverage for comparative studies of the contacts between orality and literacy, and invites further analyses of the interpellations between oral and literary culture in other traditions.
PB  - Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society (Studia Fennica, Folkloristica 22
T2  - Genre, Text, Interpretation: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Folklore and Beyond
T1  - South Slavic Oral Tradition and its Textualization
SP  - 483
EP  - 504
DO  - http://dx.doi.org/10.21435/sff.22
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2016",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1694",
abstract = "The concept of the transitional text has so far had a destiny of the spectre of oral studies – its disturbing presence occasionally comes into view, but somehow without a proper recognition and place in the real world. Initially rejected and then accepted by Albert Lord (1960: 129, 1986a: 479–481), the term subsequently gained certain currency among the leading theorists (Foley 1988, Finnegan 1992: 116), only to be questioned again in the more recent scholarship (Jensen 1998: 94–114, 2008: 50). By revisiting Lord’s analyses and South Slavic oral and written tradition, this article describes transitional texts as a distinctive generic form involving two principal modes of enunciation – literary notion of fixed textuality and oral performative principle of composition in performance in traditional oral-formulaic language. Following the discussions of Lord and Foley, it also offers a synthetic framework for their analysis, based on the phraseology, style, outlook and contextual evidences about their documentation and singers.
South Slavic tradition offers a continuum of published texts with various degrees of oral traditionality, and upon closer examination some turn out to be literary works written by educated poets familiar with oral tradition, whereas others are nothing more but fixed, fossilized texts that do not involve oral composition in performance and are not part of a living oral tradition (see also: Miletich 1988: 100–102). But this still leaves us with a number of examples that involve both oral and written attitudes and techniques of composition and cannot be reduced to either. After examining early nineteenth-century examples of the emerging literary influence on the still predominantly oral Montenegrin culture of the time, I will argue that such transitional South Slavic texts emerged in two principal ways, either by educated writers adjusting their literary technique to accommodate an oral traditional content, or by oral singers appropriating originally literary characteristics to their oral performative manner and style. In the final instance, the article advocates that a consistent theoretical model of transitional texts can provide leverage for comparative studies of the contacts between orality and literacy, and invites further analyses of the interpellations between oral and literary culture in other traditions.",
publisher = "Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society (Studia Fennica, Folkloristica 22",
journal = "Genre, Text, Interpretation: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Folklore and Beyond",
title = "South Slavic Oral Tradition and its Textualization",
pages = "483-504",
doi = "http://dx.doi.org/10.21435/sff.22"
}

Njegoš and the Politics of Reading

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Graz : Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz Institut für Slawistik, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1612
AB  - Until recently, Petar II Petrović Njegoš’s Gorski vijenac (1847) has typically been glorified as one of the greatest achievements of the South Slav national-romanticism, and thus represents the pride of Serbian and Montenegrin culture, in which it still occupies a privileged place in literary tradition and education. In the last twenty or so years, however, a number of its interpreters, such as Еsаd Bајtаl, Michael Sells, Alexander Greenawalt or Brаnimir Аnzulоvić, pinpointed its implicit genocidal subtext and emphasized the parallelism between the eradication of the converts and the Srebrenica massacre. What is more, Njegoš’s Gorski vijenac has relatively recently even been mentioned in the Hague Tribunal for the crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia.
Namely, during the trial of Radovan Karadžić, the prosecutor Katrina Gustafson raised a claim that Njegoš in Gorski vijenac „celebrated the killing of Muslims, that is, converts“ and called for „the purification of our land from the infidels“, i.e. to an ethnic cleansing of the Muslims. (Janković 2014) Most recently, a government proposal to introduce Njegoš’s day as a national holiday in Montenegro has spurred debates and protests from Muslim community, and was swiftly withdrawn. (Kadić 2016).
PB  - Graz : Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz Institut für Slawistik
T2  - Anzeiger für Slavische Philologie
T1  - Njegoš and the Politics of Reading
VL  - XLIV
SP  - 107
EP  - 122
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2016",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1612",
abstract = "Until recently, Petar II Petrović Njegoš’s Gorski vijenac (1847) has typically been glorified as one of the greatest achievements of the South Slav national-romanticism, and thus represents the pride of Serbian and Montenegrin culture, in which it still occupies a privileged place in literary tradition and education. In the last twenty or so years, however, a number of its interpreters, such as Еsаd Bајtаl, Michael Sells, Alexander Greenawalt or Brаnimir Аnzulоvić, pinpointed its implicit genocidal subtext and emphasized the parallelism between the eradication of the converts and the Srebrenica massacre. What is more, Njegoš’s Gorski vijenac has relatively recently even been mentioned in the Hague Tribunal for the crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia.
Namely, during the trial of Radovan Karadžić, the prosecutor Katrina Gustafson raised a claim that Njegoš in Gorski vijenac „celebrated the killing of Muslims, that is, converts“ and called for „the purification of our land from the infidels“, i.e. to an ethnic cleansing of the Muslims. (Janković 2014) Most recently, a government proposal to introduce Njegoš’s day as a national holiday in Montenegro has spurred debates and protests from Muslim community, and was swiftly withdrawn. (Kadić 2016).",
publisher = "Graz : Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz Institut für Slawistik",
journal = "Anzeiger für Slavische Philologie",
title = "Njegoš and the Politics of Reading",
volume = "XLIV",
pages = "107-122"
}

Figura neprijatelja: preosmišljavanje srpsko-albanskih odnosa

Pavlović, Aleksandar; Zaharijević, Adriana; Pudar Draško, Gazela; Halili, Rigels

(Beograd : KPZ Beton / Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2015)

TY  - BOOK
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
AU  - Zaharijević, Adriana
AU  - Pudar Draško, Gazela
AU  - Halili, Rigels
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1616
AB  - Knjiga Figura neprijatelja: preosmišljavanje srpsko-albanskih odnosa donosi 24 teksta
koji obrađuju različite aspekte srpsko-albanskih odnosa. Podeljena na šest poglavlja,
Figura neprijatelja nastoji da obuhvati političke, kulturne, društvene i razne druge dimenzije
koje se dotiču iz rakursa političke teorije, sociologije, pedagogije, filologije i
književne kritike, antropologije, do filozofije i lingvistike.
Prvu celinu u knjizi, naslovljenu „Čija je to zemlja? Uspostavljanje srpsko-albanskog
neprijateljstva“, čini pet tekstova posvećenih samim korenima sukoba. U njoj se
traže uzroci uspostavljanja srpsko-albanskog neprijateljstva u prošlosti. Aleksandar
Pavlović u svom tekstu iznosi tvrdnju da su Albanci u srpskoj kulturi od sredine osamnaestog
pa sve do duboko u devetnaesti vek mahom razumevani kao veliki junaci, čestiti
i hrabri ratnici, te da negativna percepcija o njima kao o mučiteljima Srba, nalik
Turcima, nastaje tek u poslednjoj četvrtini devetnaestog veka. Prilog Srđana Atanasovskog
kroz pregled putopisne literature o Kosovu od polovine devetnaestog veka do
Drugog svetskog rata pokazuje kako se Kosovo u ovom periodu konstruiše kao objekat
interesovanja srpske javnosti. Istraživanje srpske štampe u doba Balkanskih ratova
koje je izveo Milan Miljković, pokazuje na koji se način ta negativna sterotipizacija
Albanaca kodifikuje u srpskoj kulturi u ovom periodu. Proučavajući radove Vladana 
9
Đorđevića, Jovana Cvijića, Vase Čubrilovića i Ive Andrića, Ana Petrov formuliše provokativnu
tezu o postojanju rasističkih i kolonijalističkih elemenata u srpskom naučnom
diskursu ovog perioda. Najzad, celinu zatvara tekst Vladana Jovanovića o kontinuitetu
politike vođene na Kosovu i prema njemu u doba prve i druge Jugoslavije.
Drugo poglavlje, „Jugoslovenski pokušaj: albansko-srpski odnosi u ukrštenoj
perspektivi“ donosi komparativnu analizu Agrona Bajramija o načinima izveštavanja
o Kosovu i Albancima u beogradskoj Politici i prištinskoj Rilindji u ranijoj i skorijoj
prošlosti, dok Atde Hetemi koristi paradigme balkanizma i orijentalizma da bi opisao
ne samo načine na koje su Albance u doba SFRJ percipirali drugi narodi, već i način na
koji su razumeli same sebe. Marjan Ivković, Tamara Petrović Trifunović i Srđan
Prodanović se osvrću na tri prelomna protesta na Kosovu i pokazuju kako su
jugoslovenske političke elite njihovu socijalnu dimenziju kontinuirano predstavljale u
identitetskom nacionalnom čime su, paradoksalno, strukturno podsticale
artikulisanje albanskog nacionalizma.
Treći deo, „Čemu učimo nova pokolenja? Srpsko-albanski odnosi u udžbenicima“,
otvara tekst Aleksandre Ilić Rajković koji predstavlja pedagoško-istorijski pregled prikaza
Albanaca u srpskim udžbenicima u periodu od stotinu godina (1887-1987). Esilda
Luku razmatra znatno kraći period od tri godine u kojima najpre dolazi do cvetanja
jugoslovensko-albanskih odnosa, a potom do njihovog prekida , ispitujući uticaj komunističke
i postkomunističke ideologije na istoriografski prikaz Jugoslavije u razdoblju
od kraja Drugog svetskog rata do rezolucije Informbiroa. Tekst Nailje Malje-Imami
donosi kratak istorijat obrazovanja na albanskom jeziku od 1945. godine do danas na
Kosovu i na jugu Srbije. Najzad, Škeljzen Gaši nudi uporednu analizu predstavljanja
sukoba na Kosovu 1998-1999. godine u savremenim udžbenicima objavljenim na Kosovu
i u Srbiji, koja jasno pokazuje dijametralne suprotnosti zvaničnog diskursa o
ovim događajima u dve sredine.
U narednoj celini, „Ko su manjine i gde? Izazovi življenja među većinskim
Drugim“, sabrana su tri teksta koji obrađuju savremeni položaj srpske i albanske
manjine kao i njihove međuodnose. Proučavajući zanimljivu pojavu udaje Albanki
mahom iz planinskih regiona severne Albanije za Srbe iz Sandžaka i drugih krajeva,
Armanda Hisa postavlja provokativno pitanje – da li je izjednačavanje patrijarhalne i
nacionalističke matrice opravdano, odnosno da li patrijarhalni zahtevi mogu
nadjačati nacionalne? Kako se tačno gradi manjina i šta su parametri za formiranje i
održanje njenog identiteta, pitanja su koja se u naredna dva teksta obrađuju
posredstvom upotrebe albanskog i sprskog jezika. Dok Marija Mandić i Ana Sivački
pokazuju kako govornici albanskog jezika u Beogradu sve manje koriste svoj jezik u
komunikaciji, Inis Škreli istu pojavu beleži kod govornika srpskog jezika u Skadru i
okolini, što ima i šire implikacije, poput verodostojnosti zvaničnih statističkih
podataka koje često uzimamo zdravo za gotovo.
O tome kako su na raspirivanje etničke mržnje uticali intelektualci i kakva je bila
njihova uloga u srpsko-albanskom sukobu poslednjih decenija na Balkanu , posvećena
je celina „Intelektualci i rat: posrednici (ne)nacionalne pravde“. Tekst Rigelsa Halilija 
10
nudi uporednu analizu čuvenog Memoranduma SANU i znatno manje poznate platforme
Albanske akademije nauka iz 1998. godine, i pokazuje u kojoj meri dva dokumenta
imaju srodnu strukturu koja podrazumeva jednostrano viđenje i viktimizaciju isključivo
svoje strane. Predrag Krstić i Gazela Pudar Draško u svojim radovima nude opširne,
komplementarne i kritičke preglede različitih viđenja i predloga koje su srpski intelektualci
od Dobrice Ćosića i Matije Bećkovića nadalje iznosili o Kosovu, a zatim i njihovih
reakcija na proglasenje kosovske nezavisnosti.
Srodna po temi, pretposlednja celina „Ubi me prejaka reč: pisci na borbenim
linijama nacije“ posvećena je književnosti i (anti)ratnom literarnom i/ili javnom
delovanju srpskih i albanskih pisaca. Književno-kritički tekst Saše Ćirića uzima u
razmatranje kompletan (nažalost ne osobito obiman) korpus savremene poezije,
proze i drame autora s Kosova i Albanije prevedene na srpski jezik i razmatra predstavu
o Srbima i uopšte o Drugome u ovim delima, uočavajući opšte tendencije po kojima se
razlikuju kosovska i albanska književna scena. Basri Čaprići i Anton Berišaj razmatraju
primere iz srpske i albanske književnosti u kojima se zagovara neprijateljstvo između
Srba i Albanaca i podržava dominantna antagonistička politika. Oba autora ističu
malobrojne primere onih koji su se suprotstavljali takvom pristupu, a Berišaj nudi i
obuhvatnije teorijsko određenje ratnog diskursa.
Tekstovi u završnoj celini „Ima li saradnje posle svega: kulturne i političke prakse
preko granice“ preispituju savremene društvene pojave kao što su, u radu Jelene Lončar,
status kulturnog nasleđa Srpske pravoslavne crkve u savremenom kosovskom zakonodavstvu
i implikacije koje to ima na opšti politički okvir Kosova, ili burdijeovsko
mapiranje umetničkog polja kroz sistematski prikaz različitih oblika savremene umetničke
saradnje između Srbije i Kosova u radu Ane Birešev. Najzad, poslednji tekst u
knjizi donosi razmatranje Adriane Zaharijević u kojem su srpsko-abanski odnosi sagledani
iz feminističke perspektive. Tekst postavlja pitanje o utopijskom karakteru zajednica
koje nisu zasnovane na teritoriji, krvi i zajedničkom sećanju.
PB  - Beograd : KPZ Beton / Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T1  - Figura neprijatelja: preosmišljavanje srpsko-albanskih odnosa
ER  - 
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abstract = "Knjiga Figura neprijatelja: preosmišljavanje srpsko-albanskih odnosa donosi 24 teksta
koji obrađuju različite aspekte srpsko-albanskih odnosa. Podeljena na šest poglavlja,
Figura neprijatelja nastoji da obuhvati političke, kulturne, društvene i razne druge dimenzije
koje se dotiču iz rakursa političke teorije, sociologije, pedagogije, filologije i
književne kritike, antropologije, do filozofije i lingvistike.
Prvu celinu u knjizi, naslovljenu „Čija je to zemlja? Uspostavljanje srpsko-albanskog
neprijateljstva“, čini pet tekstova posvećenih samim korenima sukoba. U njoj se
traže uzroci uspostavljanja srpsko-albanskog neprijateljstva u prošlosti. Aleksandar
Pavlović u svom tekstu iznosi tvrdnju da su Albanci u srpskoj kulturi od sredine osamnaestog
pa sve do duboko u devetnaesti vek mahom razumevani kao veliki junaci, čestiti
i hrabri ratnici, te da negativna percepcija o njima kao o mučiteljima Srba, nalik
Turcima, nastaje tek u poslednjoj četvrtini devetnaestog veka. Prilog Srđana Atanasovskog
kroz pregled putopisne literature o Kosovu od polovine devetnaestog veka do
Drugog svetskog rata pokazuje kako se Kosovo u ovom periodu konstruiše kao objekat
interesovanja srpske javnosti. Istraživanje srpske štampe u doba Balkanskih ratova
koje je izveo Milan Miljković, pokazuje na koji se način ta negativna sterotipizacija
Albanaca kodifikuje u srpskoj kulturi u ovom periodu. Proučavajući radove Vladana 
9
Đorđevića, Jovana Cvijića, Vase Čubrilovića i Ive Andrića, Ana Petrov formuliše provokativnu
tezu o postojanju rasističkih i kolonijalističkih elemenata u srpskom naučnom
diskursu ovog perioda. Najzad, celinu zatvara tekst Vladana Jovanovića o kontinuitetu
politike vođene na Kosovu i prema njemu u doba prve i druge Jugoslavije.
Drugo poglavlje, „Jugoslovenski pokušaj: albansko-srpski odnosi u ukrštenoj
perspektivi“ donosi komparativnu analizu Agrona Bajramija o načinima izveštavanja
o Kosovu i Albancima u beogradskoj Politici i prištinskoj Rilindji u ranijoj i skorijoj
prošlosti, dok Atde Hetemi koristi paradigme balkanizma i orijentalizma da bi opisao
ne samo načine na koje su Albance u doba SFRJ percipirali drugi narodi, već i način na
koji su razumeli same sebe. Marjan Ivković, Tamara Petrović Trifunović i Srđan
Prodanović se osvrću na tri prelomna protesta na Kosovu i pokazuju kako su
jugoslovenske političke elite njihovu socijalnu dimenziju kontinuirano predstavljale u
identitetskom nacionalnom čime su, paradoksalno, strukturno podsticale
artikulisanje albanskog nacionalizma.
Treći deo, „Čemu učimo nova pokolenja? Srpsko-albanski odnosi u udžbenicima“,
otvara tekst Aleksandre Ilić Rajković koji predstavlja pedagoško-istorijski pregled prikaza
Albanaca u srpskim udžbenicima u periodu od stotinu godina (1887-1987). Esilda
Luku razmatra znatno kraći period od tri godine u kojima najpre dolazi do cvetanja
jugoslovensko-albanskih odnosa, a potom do njihovog prekida , ispitujući uticaj komunističke
i postkomunističke ideologije na istoriografski prikaz Jugoslavije u razdoblju
od kraja Drugog svetskog rata do rezolucije Informbiroa. Tekst Nailje Malje-Imami
donosi kratak istorijat obrazovanja na albanskom jeziku od 1945. godine do danas na
Kosovu i na jugu Srbije. Najzad, Škeljzen Gaši nudi uporednu analizu predstavljanja
sukoba na Kosovu 1998-1999. godine u savremenim udžbenicima objavljenim na Kosovu
i u Srbiji, koja jasno pokazuje dijametralne suprotnosti zvaničnog diskursa o
ovim događajima u dve sredine.
U narednoj celini, „Ko su manjine i gde? Izazovi življenja među većinskim
Drugim“, sabrana su tri teksta koji obrađuju savremeni položaj srpske i albanske
manjine kao i njihove međuodnose. Proučavajući zanimljivu pojavu udaje Albanki
mahom iz planinskih regiona severne Albanije za Srbe iz Sandžaka i drugih krajeva,
Armanda Hisa postavlja provokativno pitanje – da li je izjednačavanje patrijarhalne i
nacionalističke matrice opravdano, odnosno da li patrijarhalni zahtevi mogu
nadjačati nacionalne? Kako se tačno gradi manjina i šta su parametri za formiranje i
održanje njenog identiteta, pitanja su koja se u naredna dva teksta obrađuju
posredstvom upotrebe albanskog i sprskog jezika. Dok Marija Mandić i Ana Sivački
pokazuju kako govornici albanskog jezika u Beogradu sve manje koriste svoj jezik u
komunikaciji, Inis Škreli istu pojavu beleži kod govornika srpskog jezika u Skadru i
okolini, što ima i šire implikacije, poput verodostojnosti zvaničnih statističkih
podataka koje često uzimamo zdravo za gotovo.
O tome kako su na raspirivanje etničke mržnje uticali intelektualci i kakva je bila
njihova uloga u srpsko-albanskom sukobu poslednjih decenija na Balkanu , posvećena
je celina „Intelektualci i rat: posrednici (ne)nacionalne pravde“. Tekst Rigelsa Halilija 
10
nudi uporednu analizu čuvenog Memoranduma SANU i znatno manje poznate platforme
Albanske akademije nauka iz 1998. godine, i pokazuje u kojoj meri dva dokumenta
imaju srodnu strukturu koja podrazumeva jednostrano viđenje i viktimizaciju isključivo
svoje strane. Predrag Krstić i Gazela Pudar Draško u svojim radovima nude opširne,
komplementarne i kritičke preglede različitih viđenja i predloga koje su srpski intelektualci
od Dobrice Ćosića i Matije Bećkovića nadalje iznosili o Kosovu, a zatim i njihovih
reakcija na proglasenje kosovske nezavisnosti.
Srodna po temi, pretposlednja celina „Ubi me prejaka reč: pisci na borbenim
linijama nacije“ posvećena je književnosti i (anti)ratnom literarnom i/ili javnom
delovanju srpskih i albanskih pisaca. Književno-kritički tekst Saše Ćirića uzima u
razmatranje kompletan (nažalost ne osobito obiman) korpus savremene poezije,
proze i drame autora s Kosova i Albanije prevedene na srpski jezik i razmatra predstavu
o Srbima i uopšte o Drugome u ovim delima, uočavajući opšte tendencije po kojima se
razlikuju kosovska i albanska književna scena. Basri Čaprići i Anton Berišaj razmatraju
primere iz srpske i albanske književnosti u kojima se zagovara neprijateljstvo između
Srba i Albanaca i podržava dominantna antagonistička politika. Oba autora ističu
malobrojne primere onih koji su se suprotstavljali takvom pristupu, a Berišaj nudi i
obuhvatnije teorijsko određenje ratnog diskursa.
Tekstovi u završnoj celini „Ima li saradnje posle svega: kulturne i političke prakse
preko granice“ preispituju savremene društvene pojave kao što su, u radu Jelene Lončar,
status kulturnog nasleđa Srpske pravoslavne crkve u savremenom kosovskom zakonodavstvu
i implikacije koje to ima na opšti politički okvir Kosova, ili burdijeovsko
mapiranje umetničkog polja kroz sistematski prikaz različitih oblika savremene umetničke
saradnje između Srbije i Kosova u radu Ane Birešev. Najzad, poslednji tekst u
knjizi donosi razmatranje Adriane Zaharijević u kojem su srpsko-abanski odnosi sagledani
iz feminističke perspektive. Tekst postavlja pitanje o utopijskom karakteru zajednica
koje nisu zasnovane na teritoriji, krvi i zajedničkom sećanju.",
publisher = "Beograd : KPZ Beton / Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
title = "Figura neprijatelja: preosmišljavanje srpsko-albanskih odnosa"
}

Od junaka do divljaka: Albanci u srpskom herojskom i nacionalnom diskursu od sredine XVIII do početka XX veka

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Beograd : KPZ Beton; Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2015)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1695
AB  - U ovom radu iznosi se tvrdnja da negativne predstave o Albancima u srpskoj kulturi
postaju dominantne tek u poslednjoj četvrtini devetnaestog veka. U prvom delu
iznose se primeri pozitivnih medusobnih percepcija između Srba i Albanaca iz usmene
tradicije i radova ranih balkanskih etnografa i istoriografa od polovine osamnaestog
do polovine devetnaestog veka. Poštovanje prema Albancima kao hrabrim ratnicima
i junacima koje nalazimo u ovim primerima proističe, kako se navodi, iz sličnog
društvenog uređenja i zajedničkih patrijarhalnih vrednosti koje dele obe etničke
grupe. U drugom delu, rad se fokusira na promenu u percepciji Abanaca u poslednjoj
četvrtini devetnaestog veka, do koje dolazi pod uticajem Istočne krize 1875-1878.
godine, formiranja albanskog nacionalnog pokreta, slabljenja osmanske vlasti i
teritorijalnih pretenzija obe etničke grupe na područje današnjeg Kosova i Metohije/
Dukađina i severne Albanije. Zastupljeno je stanovište da su ove tendencije postepeno
dovele do uspostavljanja srpsko-albanskog nepijateljstva, koje konačno biva učvršćeno
uoči Balkanskih ratova 1912. i 1913. godine. Na kraju, članak se fokusira na pozitivne
primere srpskih intelektualaca i javnih ličnosti koje su kritikovale takav pristup i
zalaže se za reafirmaciju narativa koji ističu sličnosti i promovišu prijateljstvo između
Srba i Albanaca.
PB  - Beograd : KPZ Beton; Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Figura neprijatelja: preosmišljavanje srpsko-albanskih odnosa
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iznose se primeri pozitivnih medusobnih percepcija između Srba i Albanaca iz usmene
tradicije i radova ranih balkanskih etnografa i istoriografa od polovine osamnaestog
do polovine devetnaestog veka. Poštovanje prema Albancima kao hrabrim ratnicima
i junacima koje nalazimo u ovim primerima proističe, kako se navodi, iz sličnog
društvenog uređenja i zajedničkih patrijarhalnih vrednosti koje dele obe etničke
grupe. U drugom delu, rad se fokusira na promenu u percepciji Abanaca u poslednjoj
četvrtini devetnaestog veka, do koje dolazi pod uticajem Istočne krize 1875-1878.
godine, formiranja albanskog nacionalnog pokreta, slabljenja osmanske vlasti i
teritorijalnih pretenzija obe etničke grupe na područje današnjeg Kosova i Metohije/
Dukađina i severne Albanije. Zastupljeno je stanovište da su ove tendencije postepeno
dovele do uspostavljanja srpsko-albanskog nepijateljstva, koje konačno biva učvršćeno
uoči Balkanskih ratova 1912. i 1913. godine. Na kraju, članak se fokusira na pozitivne
primere srpskih intelektualaca i javnih ličnosti koje su kritikovale takav pristup i
zalaže se za reafirmaciju narativa koji ističu sličnosti i promovišu prijateljstvo između
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Epika i politika : nacionalizovanje crnogorske usmene tradicije u prvoj polovini XIX veka

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Beograd: XX vek, 2014)

TY  - BOOK
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2014
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AB  - Zahvaljujući danas već kla­sič­nim ra­do­vima Smi­ta, Gel­ne­ra i Hob­sba­u­ma, po­zna­ta nam je od­lu­ču­ju­ća ulo­ga kulturne i političke eli­te u tzv. “iz­miš­lja­nju tra­di­ci­je” i us­po­sta­vlja­nju na­ci­o­nal-ro­man­ti­čar­skih ide­ja i po­kre­ta u Evro­pi za vreme pr­ve po­lo­vi­ne de­vet­na­e­stog ve­ka, a odav­no je uočen i zna­čaj na­rod­ne epi­ke u tom pro­ce­su kod ju­žnih Slo­ve­na. Iako nam je, da­kle, ja­san sâm is­hod, a to je u ovom kon­kret­nom slu­ča­ju us­po­sta­vlja­nje cr­no­gor­ske i her­ce­go­vač­ke epi­ke kao na­ci­o­nal­ne tra­di­ci­je, me­ni se ne­ka­ko či­ni­lo da ti­me ni­je is­pri­ča­na cela pri­ča o iz­ra­sta­nju i us­po­sta­vlja­nju jed­ne no­ve pa­ra­dig­me i nje­nom ve­zi­va­nju za usme­nu tra­di­ci­ju, i u tom kon­tek­stu su mi pa­da­le na um Sar­tro­ve re­či da nam Fu­ko sjaj­no de­mon­stri­ra pro­me­nu pa­ra­dig­me, ali nam ne go­vo­ri ka­ko pro­me­na na­sta­je ni ko su nje­ni agen­si (Sartre 1966: 87). Usme­na pe­sma, mo­žda, ne pred­sta­vlja naj­za­hval­ni­ji ma­te­ri­jal za ta­kva raz­miš­lja­nja poš­to je, za raz­li­ku od pi­sa­nog tek­sta, flu­id­na, ko­lek­tiv­na tvo­re­vi­na ko­ja je, stro­go me­to­do­loš­ki gle­da­no, bez auto­ra, po­čet­ka, isto­ri­je. No, to ne zna­či da usme­na tra­di­ci­ja ni­je pod­lo­žna pro­me­ni ili uti­ca­ji­ma pi­sa­ne kul­tu­re i “po­li­tič­ki uticajnih lič­no­sti”, ka­ko bi se to da­nas re­klo. Ova knji­ga pred­sta­vlja po­ku­šaj da se te promene i uticaji iden­ti­fi­ku­ju na primeru cr­no­gor­ske epi­ke ob­ja­vlje­ne u jed­noj Ka­ra­dži­će­voj zbir­ci.
PB  - Beograd: XX vek
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ER  - 
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author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2014",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1610",
abstract = "Zahvaljujući danas već kla­sič­nim ra­do­vima Smi­ta, Gel­ne­ra i Hob­sba­u­ma, po­zna­ta nam je od­lu­ču­ju­ća ulo­ga kulturne i političke eli­te u tzv. “iz­miš­lja­nju tra­di­ci­je” i us­po­sta­vlja­nju na­ci­o­nal-ro­man­ti­čar­skih ide­ja i po­kre­ta u Evro­pi za vreme pr­ve po­lo­vi­ne de­vet­na­e­stog ve­ka, a odav­no je uočen i zna­čaj na­rod­ne epi­ke u tom pro­ce­su kod ju­žnih Slo­ve­na. Iako nam je, da­kle, ja­san sâm is­hod, a to je u ovom kon­kret­nom slu­ča­ju us­po­sta­vlja­nje cr­no­gor­ske i her­ce­go­vač­ke epi­ke kao na­ci­o­nal­ne tra­di­ci­je, me­ni se ne­ka­ko či­ni­lo da ti­me ni­je is­pri­ča­na cela pri­ča o iz­ra­sta­nju i us­po­sta­vlja­nju jed­ne no­ve pa­ra­dig­me i nje­nom ve­zi­va­nju za usme­nu tra­di­ci­ju, i u tom kon­tek­stu su mi pa­da­le na um Sar­tro­ve re­či da nam Fu­ko sjaj­no de­mon­stri­ra pro­me­nu pa­ra­dig­me, ali nam ne go­vo­ri ka­ko pro­me­na na­sta­je ni ko su nje­ni agen­si (Sartre 1966: 87). Usme­na pe­sma, mo­žda, ne pred­sta­vlja naj­za­hval­ni­ji ma­te­ri­jal za ta­kva raz­miš­lja­nja poš­to je, za raz­li­ku od pi­sa­nog tek­sta, flu­id­na, ko­lek­tiv­na tvo­re­vi­na ko­ja je, stro­go me­to­do­loš­ki gle­da­no, bez auto­ra, po­čet­ka, isto­ri­je. No, to ne zna­či da usme­na tra­di­ci­ja ni­je pod­lo­žna pro­me­ni ili uti­ca­ji­ma pi­sa­ne kul­tu­re i “po­li­tič­ki uticajnih lič­no­sti”, ka­ko bi se to da­nas re­klo. Ova knji­ga pred­sta­vlja po­ku­šaj da se te promene i uticaji iden­ti­fi­ku­ju na primeru cr­no­gor­ske epi­ke ob­ja­vlje­ne u jed­noj Ka­ra­dži­će­voj zbir­ci.",
publisher = "Beograd: XX vek",
title = "Epika i politika : nacionalizovanje crnogorske usmene tradicije u prvoj polovini XIX veka"
}

Naming/Taming the Enemy: Balkan Oral Tradition and the Formation of ‘the Turk’ as the Political Enemy

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Belgrade: The Centre for Empirical Cultural Studies of South-East Europe, 2013)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1696
AB  - The article approaches the question of political views promoted by oral tradition
through Carl Schmitt’s notion of politics as the distinction between friend and
enemy. It focuses on four versions of “Perović Batrić”, a comparatively short Montenegrin
song with a typical subject of blood revenge, documented during the
first half of the nineteenth century in Serbia, Montenegro and Herzegovina. It is
demonstated that the only version documented without any impact of the ruling
Montenegrin Petrović family from Cetinje displays explicit antagonism between
the Montenegrin and Herzegovinian Orthodox Christian tribes and has no explicit
antiturkish sentiment. In addition, two other versions written down from Montenegrin
singers influenced by Cetinje as the political centre show the consolidation
of political perspective and emphasize the hostilities between the Montenegrins
and the local Turks. True political character of the enemy in the Schmittian sense,
it is argued, is finally recognized only in the version of “Perović Batrić” edited by
the Montenegrin bishop-prince Petar Petrović Njegoš II. In this song, the hostility
towards Batrić’s adversary Osman follows not from his tribal conformity or his
distinctive personality, but from his “Turkishness” as such. It is therefore argued
that this recognition of the specifically political character of the enemy occurred
under the increasing influence of Cetinje (as the political centre) on the representation
of the oral tradition and that nationalistic elements in oral tradition mainly
became associated with it, and inserted into it, during the process of publication
and canonization of the oral tradition in the first half of the nineteenth century
PB  - Belgrade: The Centre for Empirical Cultural Studies of South-East Europe
T2  - Us and Them – Symbolic Divisions in Western Balkan Societies
T1  - Naming/Taming the Enemy: Balkan Oral Tradition and the Formation of ‘the Turk’ as the Political Enemy
SP  - 19
EP  - 36
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2013",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1696",
abstract = "The article approaches the question of political views promoted by oral tradition
through Carl Schmitt’s notion of politics as the distinction between friend and
enemy. It focuses on four versions of “Perović Batrić”, a comparatively short Montenegrin
song with a typical subject of blood revenge, documented during the
first half of the nineteenth century in Serbia, Montenegro and Herzegovina. It is
demonstated that the only version documented without any impact of the ruling
Montenegrin Petrović family from Cetinje displays explicit antagonism between
the Montenegrin and Herzegovinian Orthodox Christian tribes and has no explicit
antiturkish sentiment. In addition, two other versions written down from Montenegrin
singers influenced by Cetinje as the political centre show the consolidation
of political perspective and emphasize the hostilities between the Montenegrins
and the local Turks. True political character of the enemy in the Schmittian sense,
it is argued, is finally recognized only in the version of “Perović Batrić” edited by
the Montenegrin bishop-prince Petar Petrović Njegoš II. In this song, the hostility
towards Batrić’s adversary Osman follows not from his tribal conformity or his
distinctive personality, but from his “Turkishness” as such. It is therefore argued
that this recognition of the specifically political character of the enemy occurred
under the increasing influence of Cetinje (as the political centre) on the representation
of the oral tradition and that nationalistic elements in oral tradition mainly
became associated with it, and inserted into it, during the process of publication
and canonization of the oral tradition in the first half of the nineteenth century",
publisher = "Belgrade: The Centre for Empirical Cultural Studies of South-East Europe",
journal = "Us and Them – Symbolic Divisions in Western Balkan Societies",
title = "Naming/Taming the Enemy: Balkan Oral Tradition and the Formation of ‘the Turk’ as the Political Enemy",
pages = "19-36"
}

Politika srpske epike

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Beograd : Institut za književnost i umetnost, 2011)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2011
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1691
AB  - Pitanju da li postoji jedinstveno političko stanovište izraženo u srpskoj narodnoj epskoj poeziji, u ovom tekstu pristupa se preko koncepta politike kao razlikovanja prijatelja i neprijatelja u teoriji Karla Šmita. Rad prati formiranje figure političkog neprijatelja u srpskoj narodnoj epici tokom prve polovine devetnaestog veka. U fokusu istraživanja nalazi se nekoliko verzija pesme „Perović Batrić” kao tipične, relativno kratke crnogorske pesme sa temom krvne osvete, zabeleženim u ovom periodu u centralnoj Srbiji, na Cetinju i u Hercegovini. Zastupljeno je gledište da prepoznavanje specifično političkog karaktera neprijateljstva nastaje usled rastućeg uticaja Cetinja kao političkog centra na usmenu tradiciju i, posebno, njeno predstavljanje kroz objavljene zbirke usmenih narodnih pesama.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za književnost i umetnost
T2  - Književna istorija
T1  - Politika srpske epike
VL  - 145
SP  - 721
SP  - 739
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2011",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1691",
abstract = "Pitanju da li postoji jedinstveno političko stanovište izraženo u srpskoj narodnoj epskoj poeziji, u ovom tekstu pristupa se preko koncepta politike kao razlikovanja prijatelja i neprijatelja u teoriji Karla Šmita. Rad prati formiranje figure političkog neprijatelja u srpskoj narodnoj epici tokom prve polovine devetnaestog veka. U fokusu istraživanja nalazi se nekoliko verzija pesme „Perović Batrić” kao tipične, relativno kratke crnogorske pesme sa temom krvne osvete, zabeleženim u ovom periodu u centralnoj Srbiji, na Cetinju i u Hercegovini. Zastupljeno je gledište da prepoznavanje specifično političkog karaktera neprijateljstva nastaje usled rastućeg uticaja Cetinja kao političkog centra na usmenu tradiciju i, posebno, njeno predstavljanje kroz objavljene zbirke usmenih narodnih pesama.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za književnost i umetnost",
journal = "Književna istorija",
title = "Politika srpske epike",
volume = "145",
pages = "721-739"
}

Rereading the Kosovo Epic: Origins of the ’Heavenly Serbia’ in the Oral Tradition

Pavlović, Aleksandar

(Bloomington : Slavica Publishers / North American Association for Serbian Studies, 2009)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pavlović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2009
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1692
AB  - The relation between history and poetry in Serbian culture is nowhere as strongly and persistently present as in the case of the 1389 Kosovo battle. Over the centuries, this medieval event acquired a mythical aura in the historiography, literary discourse, and oral tradition of the South Slavs, evolving into one of the central national symbols in Serbian culture and a burning political question. This article traces the origin of one of the central elements of the Kosovo myth, the idea of Prince Lazar's choice between the kingdom on earth and the kingdom of heaven on the eve of the Kosovo battle.
PB  - Bloomington : Slavica Publishers / North American Association for Serbian Studies
T2  - Serbian Studies: Journal of the North American Society for Serbian Studies
T1  - Rereading the Kosovo Epic: Origins of the ’Heavenly Serbia’ in the Oral Tradition
IS  - 1
VL  - 23
SP  - 83
EP  - 96
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pavlović, Aleksandar",
year = "2009",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1692",
abstract = "The relation between history and poetry in Serbian culture is nowhere as strongly and persistently present as in the case of the 1389 Kosovo battle. Over the centuries, this medieval event acquired a mythical aura in the historiography, literary discourse, and oral tradition of the South Slavs, evolving into one of the central national symbols in Serbian culture and a burning political question. This article traces the origin of one of the central elements of the Kosovo myth, the idea of Prince Lazar's choice between the kingdom on earth and the kingdom of heaven on the eve of the Kosovo battle.",
publisher = "Bloomington : Slavica Publishers / North American Association for Serbian Studies",
journal = "Serbian Studies: Journal of the North American Society for Serbian Studies",
title = "Rereading the Kosovo Epic: Origins of the ’Heavenly Serbia’ in the Oral Tradition",
number = "1",
volume = "23",
pages = "83-96"
}