Issue 4, 2017, has been published in December. It features a focus on the Yugoslav space: Irena Šentevska (Belgrade) writes about theatre in Serbia in the 1990s; Ivor Sokolić (London) analyzes Croatian narrative patterns with regard to Croatia's role in the war in Bosnia 1992-1995; Anna Calori (Exeter) und Kathrin Jurkat (Berlin) explore the property reforms that accompanied economic transformation in late socialist and postsocialist Yugoslavia, as experienced and narrated by industrial workers in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia today; Marjan Petreski et al. (Skopje et al.) forecast the size and effects of remittances and emigration in Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, and Kosovo, using a qualitative forecasting method, i. e. a Delphi questionnaire. In the Open Section Oto Luthar (Ljubljana) reflects on Istanbul and Turkey „one year later“ – one year since the attempted coup –, on the basis of his impressions during a month-long research stay in Istanbul.
The issue can be ordered via the publisher De Gruyter.
C O N T E N T
Irena Šentevska: In Search of Catharsis. Theatre in Serbia in the 1990s
Ivor Sokolić: Denying the Unknown. Everyday Narratives about Croatian Involvement in the 1992–1995 Bosnian Conflict
Anna Calori and Kathrin Jurkat: ‘I’m Both a Worker and a Shareholder.’ Workers’ Narratives and Property Transformations in Postsocialist Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia
Marjan Petreski, et al., The Size and Effects of Emigration and Remittances in the Western Balkans. A Forecasting Based on a Delphi Process
Oto Luthar: Istanbul and Turkey One Year Later. Intriguing – Tense – Inspiring
Sebina Sivac-Bryant, Re-Making Kozarac. Agency, Reconciliation and Contested Return in Post-War Bosnia (Manuela Brenner)
Eckehard Pistrick, Performing Nostalgia. Migration Culture and Creativity in South Albania (Islam Jusufi)
Srećko Horvat / Igor Štiks, eds, Welcome to the Desert of Post-Socialism. Radical Politics After Yugoslavia (Geert Luteijn)
Tea Sindbæk Andersen / Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, eds, Disputed Memory. Emotions and Memory Politics in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (Johanna Paul)