Jugoslavija pre Jugoslavije. Jugoslovenstvo u svakodnevnom životu Beograđana 1890–1914
Yugoslavia before Yugoslavia. Yugoslavism in the everyday life of Belgrade 1890-1914
Published by: Udruženje za društvenu istoriju
Summary/Abstract: The initial results of the study “everyday Yugoslavism” undoubtedly shows that the idea of yugoslavism was far more present in everyday life of ordinary citizens of Belgrade in the decades before the First World War than it was previously thought. Analysis of the press, precisely short news about the life in Belgrade, on a variety of cultural activities and events that are painted life of the capital city and reflected deeper political ideas and processes, showed that the idea of yugoslavism was far deeper and more widely accepted than earlier studies indicated. Further research in the field of social history, cultural history and the history of everyday life are necessary for a comprehensive insight into the knowledge of the topic of “yugoslavism.” About the ideas of unity among the South Slavs, but also the new yugonostalgia phenomenon that occurs in many areas of the former Yugoslavia, and again in the most areas of mass culture needed a further consideration. This consideration could lead to a thesis on yugoslavism, which is more durable than the Yugoslav state, which is away from her older, but shows clear signs that it is out-lived. This thesis would clichés about Yugoslavia that is an artificial creation further disputed, and the question would be, again, the question of the causes of the failure of the shared state.
- Issue Year: 2013
- Issue No: 3
- Page Range: 29-48
- Page Count: 20