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Balkans 2021

Archer and Zobec BK9
Ice-Cream Shop Owners, Irredentists, Yugoslavs? Albanian Migration to the Yugoslav Northwest

Bădescu BK11
Materialities of Bitterness: Ruins, Reconstructions and Narratives of Victory and Defeat

Bajic BK13
Taking the Balkan Route to Belgrade: Conspiracy Theories on Facebook Surrounding the Settlement of Migrants During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Bozanich BK22
Through the Nationalist Looking Glass: Twentieth-Century Serbian Chetnik Ideology

Calu BK3
Non-Dominant Groups in Kosovo: A Marginalised View on (De)Securitisation of Minorities After Conflict

Đureinović BK11
Marching the Victorious March: Populism and Memory Appropriation of the Yugoslav Partisans in Today’s Serbia

Fidanovski BK12
The Perils of Protracted EU Accession: “Eurofundamentalist” and “Euroopportunistic” Discourses on the EU in North Macedonia and Serbia

Gavrankapetanović-Redzic BK8
Cultural Policies in Post-Conflict, Post-Socialist Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Bosnian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Art

Grgic BK20
The Power of Path Dependence: Western Balkans on the Transatlantic Agenda

Grujic BK13
Impossible Returns to Kosovo? An Intersectional Biographical Approach to Kosovo Serbs’ Protracted Displacement

Gueudet BK20
From Patron to Partner? The Ambiguous Policies of Serbia Toward Republika Srpska Since 1995

Guzina BK7
Media Populism in Serbia

Hasani BK3
Gender In/Equality in Nation Building: The Break-Up of Yugoslavia and the Cases of Serbia and Kosovo

Heckert BK22
Towards an Intersectional Understanding of Differentiated Wartime Violence: A Case Study of Violent Practices in the Serb Detention Camps in the Prijedor Municipality during the Bosnian War (1992)

Horncastle BK22
Grabbing the Lion by the Tail: The Macedonians in the Greek Civil War, 1946-49

Jagiełło Szostak BK2
Srebrenica as a Marker of Memory in Bilateral Relations Between Serbia and Bosnia in Light of Ontological Security

Jaugaitė BK8
The “Aliens” in Post-Yugoslav Cinema

Jeftic BK12
My Narrative, Their Narrative: Transformation of Individual Memories as a Peacebuilding Strategy

Ješe Perković BK13
Labour Workers Between the Balkans and Slovenia: Circular Migration or Integration?

Kapetanović BK9
On the Nationalism of the Gastarbeiters: Theoretical Checks for a New Empirical Challenge

King-Savic BK9
Mediating Belonging in Switzerland: Strategies of Integration among Labor Migrants and Refugees from Yugoslavia

Lackenby BK14
Persons, Peoplehood, and Religious Nationalism in Post-Yugoslav Serbia

Lai BK8
Stranci: Political Research and Language Learning in the Former Yugoslavia

Lendák-Kabók BK1
Vojvodinian Ethic Minority Millennials Caught in the Woes of the 1990s Yugoslav Wars

Lilly BK14
Messaging Stones: Muslim Grave Markers in Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo

Ljubojević BK11
Contested Narratives of Bleiburg in the Context of World War II Remembrance in Croatia

Ljuljanović BK21
Seeking a Homeland, Serving the Empire: Mohammedan Migrants from Montenegro and their Integration Within the Ottoman Bureaucracy (1870-1914)

Lomonosov K10
State Capacity in National Identity Construction: the Institutional Diffusion of Kosovo Memories and the Origins of Serbian Nationalism 

Luitjens-Tol and Schoorel BK2
Commemorating Genocide by Marching: The Place of Space in Memorialization and Resistance Practices of the Srebrenica Genocide

Milacic BK17
Stateness and Democratic Consolidation: Lessons from Former Yugoslavia

Milan BK17
Reclaiming the Cities in the Western Balkans: From Right to the City Groups to Municipalist Platforms

Milekić BK11
The Myth of a Good King: Franjo Tuđman and King Aleksandar in Veterans’ Eyes

Mirocha BK12
Discourses of a New Croatian Euroscepticism and Representations of Europe in the Mainstream Media After 2007

Mulaj BK2
Living with Effects of Genocide: Denial and Remembrance in Post-Genocide Bosnia

Naxidou BK21
Serbian Liberals and their Plans for Balkan Federation (1860-1880)

Otmacic BK3
Preventing Violence by Preserving Multiple and Nonbelligerent Group Identities: Lessons from Wartime Gorski Kotar (Croatia) and Tuzla (Bosnia-Herzegovina)

Pesic BK8
The Cleaner: A Spectacular Exhibition as an Example of Political Power

Piacentini BK17
“Opportunistic Alignment” in (and Beyond) Consociational Systems: Evidence from South Tyrol and Bosnia

Pollozhani BK1
Activist Citizenship in Divided Societies: Social Movements in North Macedonia

Ristic BK20
Appropriation of Yugoslav Wars by Radical Right: Global Circulation of the #RemoveKebab Meme in Social Media

Sicurella and Sekulic BK12
Pro- and Anti-Enlargement Discourses in the EU: Contemporary Political Framing of the Western Balkans’ Accession in the Visegrad Countries

Staletovic BK18
Urban Design and Politics: The Reproduction of Social Boundaries in Skopje

Stankovski BK18
From Normalization to Territorial Exchange: The Effect of the Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue on Inter-Ethnic Relations and Stability in the Balkans

Stipić BK24
Rejected Bodies, Disowned Cultures: Race and Nation in Bosnia and Chile

Subašić 21
Dual Citizenship in the Context of Shifting Dynamics Within Kin-State

Svraka BK1
Ethnic Empowerment in Europe: A Framework for Assessing its Effects

Tournois and Djeric BK17
Conservative Resistance and Ideological Recomposition of Political Elites in Serbia since Aleksandar Vucic Came to Power in 2012

Vasiljević BK24
Environmental Concerns as New Sites of Contentious Politics in the Western Balkans

Vulovic BK18
The Serbian Progressive Party’s Re-articulation of the Kosovo Myth within the Internal Dialogue on Kosovo, 2017-2018

Wróblewska-Trochimiuk BK24
Imagine All the People: Populist and Anti-Populist Rhetoric of Serbian and Croatian Protests After the Year 2000