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Citizenship as social object in the aftermath of the Yugoslav break-up

Vasiljević, Jelena

(2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vasiljević, Jelena
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1608
AB  - The break-up of Yugoslavia disintegrated the Yugoslav citizenship regime,
and new communities of citizens and citizenship regulations were born. Since the
identitarian and lived aspects of citizenship are inseparable from its formal and legal
aspects, (not) having the ‘right’ personal documents and (not) being recognized as the
‘right’ kind of citizen had profound effects on the lives of many individuals. Relying
on the concept of documentality and stressing the feature of documents as being constitutive
of social reality, this article analyses personal narratives illustrating the lived
experience of citizenship transformations after the break-up of Yugoslavia.
T2  - Nations and Nationalism
T1  - Citizenship as social object in the aftermath of the Yugoslav break-up
DO  - 10.1111/nana.12389
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vasiljević, Jelena",
year = "2018",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1608",
abstract = "The break-up of Yugoslavia disintegrated the Yugoslav citizenship regime,
and new communities of citizens and citizenship regulations were born. Since the
identitarian and lived aspects of citizenship are inseparable from its formal and legal
aspects, (not) having the ‘right’ personal documents and (not) being recognized as the
‘right’ kind of citizen had profound effects on the lives of many individuals. Relying
on the concept of documentality and stressing the feature of documents as being constitutive
of social reality, this article analyses personal narratives illustrating the lived
experience of citizenship transformations after the break-up of Yugoslavia.",
journal = "Nations and Nationalism",
title = "Citizenship as social object in the aftermath of the Yugoslav break-up",
doi = "10.1111/nana.12389"
}
Vasiljević, J. (2018). Citizenship as social object in the aftermath of the Yugoslav break-up.
Nations and Nationalism.
https://doi.org/10.1111/nana.12389
Vasiljević J. Citizenship as social object in the aftermath of the Yugoslav break-up. Nations and Nationalism. 2018;
Vasiljević Jelena, "Citizenship as social object in the aftermath of the Yugoslav break-up" (2018),
https://doi.org/10.1111/nana.12389 .
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Fusnota u globalnoj istoriji: kako se može čitati istorija jugoslovenskog feminizma?

Zaharijević, Adriana

(Beograd : Filozofski fakultet, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zaharijević, Adriana
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1509
AB  - Tekst nastoji da pruži alternativno čitanje istorije jugoslovenskog feminizma, usredsređujući se na godine njegovog razvoja u socijalizmu i na period koji je usledio neposredno po raspadu zajedničke države. Kakve je putanje imao feminizam koji je ponikao u socijalističkoj državi? I kako se razvijao kada su i socijalizam i država prestali da postoje? Pojmovni okvir unutar kojeg se izvodi ovo čitanje oslanja se na koncept režima državljanstva, koji treba da ponudi složeniju sliku od onih koje se uobičajno koriste u preispitivanju postjugoslovenskog feminizma. U tekstu se utoliko pokazuje da je okvir koji počiva na poređenju feminizma i nacionalizma nedostatan, ali se takođe kritičkim čitanjem uticajnog teksta Nensi Frejzer „Feminizam, kapitalizam i lukavstvo istorije“ pokazuje da je u lokalnom kontekstu neophodno iskoračiti izvan okvira koji počiva na poređenju razvoja feminizma i kapitalizma. Tekst utoliko poziva na pažljivo čitanje paradoksa lokalne istorije feminizma.
AB  - The paper attempts to offer an alternative reading of the history of Yugoslav feminism. It focuses on birth and development of feminism during socialism, and its aftermath in times of war and disintegration of the common state. What were the trajectories of feminism that emerged in a socialist state? What were its chosen paths when both socialism and the state ceased to exist? The conceptual framework the paper uses draws upon the notion of citizenship regime, which offers a more intricate picture then those customarily used in elaborations of (post-)Yugoslav feminism – either those that compare feminism and nationalism, or those that rely on the wider comparison of feminism and capitalism. In the light of the latter remark, Nancy Fraser’s article ‘Feminism, Capitalism, and the Cunning of History’ proved to be valuable for the argument on the complexities of (post-) Yugoslav feminism. Thus, the paper calls for a meticulous reading of the paradoxes of the local history of feminism.
PB  - Beograd : Filozofski fakultet
T2  - Sociologija
T1  - Fusnota u globalnoj istoriji: kako se može čitati istorija jugoslovenskog feminizma?
T1  - Footnote in a global history: On histories of feminisms
IS  - 1
VL  - 57
SP  - 72
EP  - 89
DO  - 10.2298/SOC1501072Z
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Zaharijević, Adriana",
year = "2015",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1509",
abstract = "Tekst nastoji da pruži alternativno čitanje istorije jugoslovenskog feminizma, usredsređujući se na godine njegovog razvoja u socijalizmu i na period koji je usledio neposredno po raspadu zajedničke države. Kakve je putanje imao feminizam koji je ponikao u socijalističkoj državi? I kako se razvijao kada su i socijalizam i država prestali da postoje? Pojmovni okvir unutar kojeg se izvodi ovo čitanje oslanja se na koncept režima državljanstva, koji treba da ponudi složeniju sliku od onih koje se uobičajno koriste u preispitivanju postjugoslovenskog feminizma. U tekstu se utoliko pokazuje da je okvir koji počiva na poređenju feminizma i nacionalizma nedostatan, ali se takođe kritičkim čitanjem uticajnog teksta Nensi Frejzer „Feminizam, kapitalizam i lukavstvo istorije“ pokazuje da je u lokalnom kontekstu neophodno iskoračiti izvan okvira koji počiva na poređenju razvoja feminizma i kapitalizma. Tekst utoliko poziva na pažljivo čitanje paradoksa lokalne istorije feminizma., The paper attempts to offer an alternative reading of the history of Yugoslav feminism. It focuses on birth and development of feminism during socialism, and its aftermath in times of war and disintegration of the common state. What were the trajectories of feminism that emerged in a socialist state? What were its chosen paths when both socialism and the state ceased to exist? The conceptual framework the paper uses draws upon the notion of citizenship regime, which offers a more intricate picture then those customarily used in elaborations of (post-)Yugoslav feminism – either those that compare feminism and nationalism, or those that rely on the wider comparison of feminism and capitalism. In the light of the latter remark, Nancy Fraser’s article ‘Feminism, Capitalism, and the Cunning of History’ proved to be valuable for the argument on the complexities of (post-) Yugoslav feminism. Thus, the paper calls for a meticulous reading of the paradoxes of the local history of feminism.",
publisher = "Beograd : Filozofski fakultet",
journal = "Sociologija",
title = "Fusnota u globalnoj istoriji: kako se može čitati istorija jugoslovenskog feminizma?, Footnote in a global history: On histories of feminisms",
number = "1",
volume = "57",
pages = "72-89",
doi = "10.2298/SOC1501072Z"
}
Zaharijević, A. (2015). Footnote in a global history: On histories of feminisms.
SociologijaBeograd : Filozofski fakultet., 57(1), 72-89.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SOC1501072Z
Zaharijević A. Footnote in a global history: On histories of feminisms. Sociologija. 2015;57(1):72-89
Zaharijević Adriana, "Footnote in a global history: On histories of feminisms" 57, no. 1 (2015):72-89,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SOC1501072Z .
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Dissidents, disloyal citizens and partisans of emancipation: Feminist citizenship in Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav spaces

Zaharijević, Adriana

(Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zaharijević, Adriana
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1507
AB  - This paper aims to offer an alternative reading of the history of feminism in Yugoslavia and its successor states, relying on the concept of citizenship. Assuming that one could differentiate between three different citizenship regimes – the first framed by the socialist self-management state, the second by the nation-building processes and violent disintegration of the former state, and the last one by post-socialist, post-conflict transitional circumstances – the paper explores their impact on an uneven development of gender regimes and feminist activism. Seen as the model instance of activist citizenship, feminist activism is presented through three different phases in order to show how they, as well as the frameworks of their interpretation, change, changing also the meaning of feminism as a political force.
PB  - Amsterdam : Elsevier
T2  - Women’s Studies International Forum
T1  - Dissidents, disloyal citizens and partisans of emancipation: Feminist citizenship in Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav spaces
VL  - 49
SP  - 93
EP  - 100
DO  - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.002
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Zaharijević, Adriana",
year = "2015",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1507",
abstract = "This paper aims to offer an alternative reading of the history of feminism in Yugoslavia and its successor states, relying on the concept of citizenship. Assuming that one could differentiate between three different citizenship regimes – the first framed by the socialist self-management state, the second by the nation-building processes and violent disintegration of the former state, and the last one by post-socialist, post-conflict transitional circumstances – the paper explores their impact on an uneven development of gender regimes and feminist activism. Seen as the model instance of activist citizenship, feminist activism is presented through three different phases in order to show how they, as well as the frameworks of their interpretation, change, changing also the meaning of feminism as a political force.",
publisher = "Amsterdam : Elsevier",
journal = "Women’s Studies International Forum",
title = "Dissidents, disloyal citizens and partisans of emancipation: Feminist citizenship in Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav spaces",
volume = "49",
pages = "93-100",
doi = "https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.002"
}
Zaharijević, A. (2015). Dissidents, disloyal citizens and partisans of emancipation: Feminist citizenship in Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav spaces.
Women’s Studies International ForumAmsterdam : Elsevier., 49, 93-100.
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.002
Zaharijević A. Dissidents, disloyal citizens and partisans of emancipation: Feminist citizenship in Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav spaces. Women’s Studies International Forum. 2015;49:93-100
Zaharijević Adriana, "Dissidents, disloyal citizens and partisans of emancipation: Feminist citizenship in Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav spaces" 49 (2015):93-100,
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.002 .
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Transformation of gender, sexuality and citizenship in South East Europe

Zaharijević, Adriana; Bonfiglioli, Chiara; Kahlina, Katja

(Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zaharijević, Adriana
AU  - Bonfiglioli, Chiara
AU  - Kahlina, Katja
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1508
AB  - This collection of essays was conceived gradually and in
many phases, between Scotland and different parts of the
former Yugoslavia, during the course of 2012 and 2013. The
bulk of the work has been carried out within the research
project “The Europeanisation of Citizenship in the Successor
States of the Former Yugoslavia” (CITSEE) at the University of Edinburgh. This ERC-funded project led by Professor Jo Shaw and Dr. Igor Štiks has been established to explore changes in citizenship regimes which occurred after the break-up of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, with special attention being paid to the influences of the EU accession process on the new states of South East Europe. The editors of this special issue – Oliwia Berdak, Chiara Bonfiglioli, Katja Kahlina and Adriana Zaharijević – were members of a cluster of researchers focused on issues of gender and sexuality within the project, which had the aim of investigating transformations in gender and citizenship regimes from a comparative perspective. We wanted to shed light on the different ways in which the categories of gender and sexuality at the same time inform and draw on larger socio-political processes. The processes of democratisation, post-conflict reconstruction, and transformation from socialist to capitalist political economy, which have influenced shifting notions of citizenship in the post-Yugoslav space, were especially under scrutiny.
PB  - Amsterdam : Elsevier
T2  - Women’s Studies International Forum
T1  - Transformation of gender, sexuality and citizenship in South East Europe
VL  - 49
SP  - 43
EP  - 47
DO  - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.009
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Zaharijević, Adriana and Bonfiglioli, Chiara and Kahlina, Katja",
year = "2015",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1508",
abstract = "This collection of essays was conceived gradually and in
many phases, between Scotland and different parts of the
former Yugoslavia, during the course of 2012 and 2013. The
bulk of the work has been carried out within the research
project “The Europeanisation of Citizenship in the Successor
States of the Former Yugoslavia” (CITSEE) at the University of Edinburgh. This ERC-funded project led by Professor Jo Shaw and Dr. Igor Štiks has been established to explore changes in citizenship regimes which occurred after the break-up of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, with special attention being paid to the influences of the EU accession process on the new states of South East Europe. The editors of this special issue – Oliwia Berdak, Chiara Bonfiglioli, Katja Kahlina and Adriana Zaharijević – were members of a cluster of researchers focused on issues of gender and sexuality within the project, which had the aim of investigating transformations in gender and citizenship regimes from a comparative perspective. We wanted to shed light on the different ways in which the categories of gender and sexuality at the same time inform and draw on larger socio-political processes. The processes of democratisation, post-conflict reconstruction, and transformation from socialist to capitalist political economy, which have influenced shifting notions of citizenship in the post-Yugoslav space, were especially under scrutiny.",
publisher = "Amsterdam : Elsevier",
journal = "Women’s Studies International Forum",
title = "Transformation of gender, sexuality and citizenship in South East Europe",
volume = "49",
pages = "43-47",
doi = "https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.009"
}
Zaharijević, A., Bonfiglioli, C.,& Kahlina, K. (2015). Transformation of gender, sexuality and citizenship in South East Europe.
Women’s Studies International ForumAmsterdam : Elsevier., 49, 43-47.
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.009
Zaharijević A, Bonfiglioli C, Kahlina K. Transformation of gender, sexuality and citizenship in South East Europe. Women’s Studies International Forum. 2015;49:43-47
Zaharijević Adriana, Bonfiglioli Chiara, Kahlina Katja, "Transformation of gender, sexuality and citizenship in South East Europe" 49 (2015):43-47,
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2014.07.009 .
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Citizenship as lived experience : belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia

Vasiljević, Jelena

(Edinburgh : CITSEE , 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vasiljević, Jelena
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1291
AB  - Citizenship is usually thought of in terms of legal and political parameters setting the conditions for individuals’ statuses and rights, and so has been the case in its application to the post-Yugoslav context. With the primary interest in the “top-down” perspective, citizenship has been described as a tool with which new states regulated their respective citizenship bodies. But, equally, by granting us documents (passports, birth and marriage certificates, IDs, etc.) which connect us to a wider community, and by employing an array of ethnic, cultural and state symbols, citizenship instills us with a sense of belonging, membership and identity. Furthermore, through our enacting of rights and duties of citizenship, it becomes an inextricable element of our everyday experience. It is especially when questioned and contested that citizenship plays a significant role in how we perceive ourselves, how we appear to others and how intergroup relations are mediated. This paper focuses on personal narratives that reveal lived experiences of the triangular relationship between citizenship, identity and (national) belonging in the post-Yugoslav space. Its aim is to shed some light on a less examined perspective of citizenship transformations, and to complement the currently existing literature on citizenship regimes in the post-Yugoslav states with a bottom-up approach that treats citizenship in its identity-forming and recognition-bearing social role.
PB  - Edinburgh : CITSEE 
T1  - Citizenship as lived experience : belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vasiljević, Jelena",
year = "2014",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1291",
abstract = "Citizenship is usually thought of in terms of legal and political parameters setting the conditions for individuals’ statuses and rights, and so has been the case in its application to the post-Yugoslav context. With the primary interest in the “top-down” perspective, citizenship has been described as a tool with which new states regulated their respective citizenship bodies. But, equally, by granting us documents (passports, birth and marriage certificates, IDs, etc.) which connect us to a wider community, and by employing an array of ethnic, cultural and state symbols, citizenship instills us with a sense of belonging, membership and identity. Furthermore, through our enacting of rights and duties of citizenship, it becomes an inextricable element of our everyday experience. It is especially when questioned and contested that citizenship plays a significant role in how we perceive ourselves, how we appear to others and how intergroup relations are mediated. This paper focuses on personal narratives that reveal lived experiences of the triangular relationship between citizenship, identity and (national) belonging in the post-Yugoslav space. Its aim is to shed some light on a less examined perspective of citizenship transformations, and to complement the currently existing literature on citizenship regimes in the post-Yugoslav states with a bottom-up approach that treats citizenship in its identity-forming and recognition-bearing social role.",
publisher = "Edinburgh : CITSEE ",
title = "Citizenship as lived experience : belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia"
}
Vasiljević, J. (2014). Citizenship as lived experience : belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Edinburgh : CITSEE ..
Vasiljević J. Citizenship as lived experience : belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia. 2014;
Vasiljević Jelena, "Citizenship as lived experience : belonging and documentality after the breakup of Yugoslavia" (2014)

Being an Activist: Feminist citizenship through transformations of Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav citizenship regimes

Zaharijević, Adriana

(Edinburgh : CITSEE, 2013)

TY  - BOOK
AU  - Zaharijević, Adriana
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://www.citsee.ed.ac.uk/working_papers
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1492
AB  - The Yugoslav wars of succession have had a great impact on how feminism in the region has been researched and written about. A lot of significant research has addressed relation of feminism to (anti-) nationalism and peace-building processes, whereas the transformations of citizenship, caused by the multiple changes of the former Yugoslav citizenship regimes, were mainly out of focus. This paper will attempt to connect relevant investigations in feminist citizenship, its meaning and scope, with the alterations of citizenship regimes in the former Yugoslavia and its successor states. The assumption is that one could differentiate between three different citizenship regimes – the first framed by the socialist self-management state, the second by the nation-building processes and violent disintegration of the former state, and the last one by post-socialist, post-conflict transitional circumstances – which had also a strong impact on the uneven development of gender regimes in Yugoslavia and its successor states. Feminist citizenship is understood as a paradigm of activist citizenship which contests and challenges the meanings of citizenship itself. It will be argued that feminist citizenship has to be seen as both an effect of deep changes in citizenship regimes, but also as a constant challenge to their sedimentation. The paper will thus seek to offer an alternative reading of history of feminism in Yugoslavia and its successor states, relying mainly on the concepts of activist citizenship and citizenship regimes. It will also show that with the changes in citizenship regime the frames of interpretation change as well, changing the meaning of feminism as a political force.
PB  - Edinburgh : CITSEE
T2  - CITSEE Working Paper Series 2013/28
T1  - Being an Activist: Feminist citizenship through transformations of Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav citizenship regimes
IS  - 28
SP  - 1
EP  - 30
ER  - 
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author = "Zaharijević, Adriana",
year = "2013",
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abstract = "The Yugoslav wars of succession have had a great impact on how feminism in the region has been researched and written about. A lot of significant research has addressed relation of feminism to (anti-) nationalism and peace-building processes, whereas the transformations of citizenship, caused by the multiple changes of the former Yugoslav citizenship regimes, were mainly out of focus. This paper will attempt to connect relevant investigations in feminist citizenship, its meaning and scope, with the alterations of citizenship regimes in the former Yugoslavia and its successor states. The assumption is that one could differentiate between three different citizenship regimes – the first framed by the socialist self-management state, the second by the nation-building processes and violent disintegration of the former state, and the last one by post-socialist, post-conflict transitional circumstances – which had also a strong impact on the uneven development of gender regimes in Yugoslavia and its successor states. Feminist citizenship is understood as a paradigm of activist citizenship which contests and challenges the meanings of citizenship itself. It will be argued that feminist citizenship has to be seen as both an effect of deep changes in citizenship regimes, but also as a constant challenge to their sedimentation. The paper will thus seek to offer an alternative reading of history of feminism in Yugoslavia and its successor states, relying mainly on the concepts of activist citizenship and citizenship regimes. It will also show that with the changes in citizenship regime the frames of interpretation change as well, changing the meaning of feminism as a political force.",
publisher = "Edinburgh : CITSEE",
journal = "CITSEE Working Paper Series 2013/28",
title = "Being an Activist: Feminist citizenship through transformations of Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav citizenship regimes",
number = "28",
pages = "1-30"
}
Zaharijević, A. (2013). Being an Activist: Feminist citizenship through transformations of Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav citizenship regimes.
CITSEE Working Paper Series 2013/28Edinburgh : CITSEE.(28), 1-30.
Zaharijević A. Being an Activist: Feminist citizenship through transformations of Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav citizenship regimes. CITSEE Working Paper Series 2013/28. 2013;(28):1-30
Zaharijević Adriana, "Being an Activist: Feminist citizenship through transformations of Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav citizenship regimes", no. 28 (2013):1-30

Imagining and managing the nation : tracing citizenship policies in Serbia

Vasiljević, Jelena

(Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge, 2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vasiljević, Jelena
PY  - 2012
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1281
AB  - This paper explores the most salient features of the reshaping of the state–territory– nation triangle in Serbia over the last 20 years, through the lenses of citizenship regime. It looks at the ways in which the dominant political narrative in Serbia has imagined political community and accordingly managed its members. During the period of violent Yugoslav break-up and Milosˇevic ́’s rule, the Serbian citizenship regime was surprisingly ‘civic’, while post-2000 liberalisation has introduced ethnic elements which are likely to be further strengthened. This apparent contradiction can be explained by the specific goals of Serbian political elites to maintain control over population and territory in changing political circumstances. I will argue that the legacy of different attempts at defining the relation between the Serbian state and the Serb people, coupled with the wider context of Yugoslav conflicts and post-conflict developments in the region, led to an unconsolidated citizenship regime in Serbia with varying and contested conceptions about how to achieve congruence of state, territory and nation.
PB  - Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge
T2  - Citizenship Studies
T1  - Imagining and managing the nation : tracing citizenship policies in Serbia
SP  - 323
EP  - 336
DO  - 10.1080/13621025.2012.683162
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vasiljević, Jelena",
year = "2012",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1281",
abstract = "This paper explores the most salient features of the reshaping of the state–territory– nation triangle in Serbia over the last 20 years, through the lenses of citizenship regime. It looks at the ways in which the dominant political narrative in Serbia has imagined political community and accordingly managed its members. During the period of violent Yugoslav break-up and Milosˇevic ́’s rule, the Serbian citizenship regime was surprisingly ‘civic’, while post-2000 liberalisation has introduced ethnic elements which are likely to be further strengthened. This apparent contradiction can be explained by the specific goals of Serbian political elites to maintain control over population and territory in changing political circumstances. I will argue that the legacy of different attempts at defining the relation between the Serbian state and the Serb people, coupled with the wider context of Yugoslav conflicts and post-conflict developments in the region, led to an unconsolidated citizenship regime in Serbia with varying and contested conceptions about how to achieve congruence of state, territory and nation.",
publisher = "Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge",
journal = "Citizenship Studies",
title = "Imagining and managing the nation : tracing citizenship policies in Serbia",
pages = "323-336",
doi = "10.1080/13621025.2012.683162"
}
Vasiljević, J. (2012). Imagining and managing the nation : tracing citizenship policies in Serbia.
Citizenship StudiesAbingdon-on-Thames : Routledge., 323-336.
https://doi.org/10.1080/13621025.2012.683162
Vasiljević J. Imagining and managing the nation : tracing citizenship policies in Serbia. Citizenship Studies. 2012;:323-336
Vasiljević Jelena, "Imagining and managing the nation : tracing citizenship policies in Serbia" (2012):323-336,
https://doi.org/10.1080/13621025.2012.683162 .
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Imagining and managing the nation: tracing citizenship policies in Serbia

Vasiljević, Jelena

(Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge, 2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vasiljević, Jelena
PY  - 2012
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1416
AB  - This paper explores the most salient features of the reshaping of the state–territory– nation triangle in Serbia over the last 20 years, through the lenses of citizenship regime. It looks at the ways in which the dominant political narrative in Serbia has imagined political community and accordingly managed its members. During the period of violent Yugoslav break-up and Milosˇevic ́’s rule, the Serbian citizenship regime was surprisingly ‘civic’, while post-2000 liberalisation has introduced ethnic elements which are likely to be further strengthened. This apparent contradiction can be explained by the specific goals of Serbian political elites to maintain control over population and territory in changing political circumstances. I will argue that the legacy of different attempts at defining the relation between the Serbian state and the Serb people, coupled with the wider context of Yugoslav conflicts and post-conflict developments in the region, led to an unconsolidated citizenship regime in Serbia with varying and contested conceptions about how to achieve congruence of state, territory and nation.
PB  - Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge
T2  - Citizenship Studies
T1  - Imagining and managing the nation: tracing citizenship policies in Serbia
IS  - 3-4
VL  - 16
SP  - 323
EP  - 336
DO  - 10.1080/13621025.2012.683162
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vasiljević, Jelena",
year = "2012",
url = "http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/1416",
abstract = "This paper explores the most salient features of the reshaping of the state–territory– nation triangle in Serbia over the last 20 years, through the lenses of citizenship regime. It looks at the ways in which the dominant political narrative in Serbia has imagined political community and accordingly managed its members. During the period of violent Yugoslav break-up and Milosˇevic ́’s rule, the Serbian citizenship regime was surprisingly ‘civic’, while post-2000 liberalisation has introduced ethnic elements which are likely to be further strengthened. This apparent contradiction can be explained by the specific goals of Serbian political elites to maintain control over population and territory in changing political circumstances. I will argue that the legacy of different attempts at defining the relation between the Serbian state and the Serb people, coupled with the wider context of Yugoslav conflicts and post-conflict developments in the region, led to an unconsolidated citizenship regime in Serbia with varying and contested conceptions about how to achieve congruence of state, territory and nation.",
publisher = "Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge",
journal = "Citizenship Studies",
title = "Imagining and managing the nation: tracing citizenship policies in Serbia",
number = "3-4",
volume = "16",
pages = "323-336",
doi = "10.1080/13621025.2012.683162"
}
Vasiljević, J. (2012). Imagining and managing the nation: tracing citizenship policies in Serbia.
Citizenship StudiesAbingdon-on-Thames : Routledge., 16(3-4), 323-336.
https://doi.org/10.1080/13621025.2012.683162
Vasiljević J. Imagining and managing the nation: tracing citizenship policies in Serbia. Citizenship Studies. 2012;16(3-4):323-336
Vasiljević Jelena, "Imagining and managing the nation: tracing citizenship policies in Serbia" 16, no. 3-4 (2012):323-336,
https://doi.org/10.1080/13621025.2012.683162 .
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