"The streets of Beograd: urban space and protest identities inSerbia."
Vukašin Pavlović and James Seroka (eds),
The tragedy of Yugoslavia: The failure of democratic transformation
(ME Sharpe, 1992)
The ZaMir (for peace) network: From transnational social movement toCroatian NGO.
In A Jones and M Cross (eds),
Internet identities in Europe
(Sheffield:Escus 2004): 70-84
Week 3:23 January
National homogenisation and violence in Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Serbia
Suggested topics: How did mobilisation of ethnic hatred operate on the ground? What forcescreated the conditions that made ethnic violence possible? What conditions were created byethnic violence that laid a framework for the development of post-conflict institutions?Key Readings
Anthony Oberschall, “The manipulation of ethnicity: from ethnic cooperation to violenceand war in Yugoslavia,”
Ethnic and racial studies,
23:6 (2002), pp. 982-2001.
Aleksandra Milićević, "Joining the war: Masculism, nationalism and war participation inthe Balkans war of secession, 1991-1995",
34:3 (2006), pp. 265-287.
Blue helmets and black markets: The business of survival in the seige of Sarajevo
(Cornell UP, 2008), Chapters 3, 4 and 6.Additional reading
Daniel Chirot and Clark McCauley,
Why not kill them all?: The logic and prevention of mass political murder
(Princeton UP, 2006)
Joel Halpern and David Kideckel (eds),
Neighbors at war: Anthropological perspectiveson Yugoslav ethnicity, culture and history
(Penn State UP, 2000)
Fires of hatred: Ethnic cleansing in twentieth century Europe