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Volume 10

Ethnologia Balkanica
Journal for Southeast European Anthropology
Zeitschrift für die Anthropologie Südosteuropas
Journal d’anthropologie du sud-est européen

Contents Volume 10/2006


Urban structure and planning, architecture

  • Maximilian Hartmuth, Istanbul
    Negotiating Tradition and Ambition: Comparative Perspective on the “De-Ottomanization” of the Balkan Cityscapes
  • Marija Maksin-Mićić, Belgrade
    Peripheral Zones of Serbian Towns: Spatial Development and Way of Life
  • Katarina Višnar, Ljubljana
    Evaluating the Spatial Context of the Suburban
  • Ermis Lafazanovski, Skopje
    Skopje: Nostalgic Places and Utopian Spaces
  • Cristofer Scarboro, Urbana

Socialist Humanism on Tour: Monuments, Public Spaces and Subjectivity in Haskovo, Bulgaria

Urban – rural relations

  • Konstantina Bada, Ioannina
    Revealing the historicity of migrant women. Moving from mountain areas to the provincial urban centers of Greece. The case of Agrinio
  • Rory Yeoman, Peckham
    Urban Visions and Rural Utopias: Literature and the Building ofa Nationalist Consensus in Croatia, 1924–1945

Social topography, ethnic and gender relations

  • Siegfried Gruber, Graz
    The Quarters of Shkodra in 1918: Differences and Similarities
  • Mirjana Pavlović, Belgrade
    Cente – Periphery: The Ethnicity of Serbs in Timişoara
  • Ana Luleva und Cvetana Bončeva, Sofia
    Konstruktion von Identitäten in Grenzzonen. Interkulturelle Geschlechterbeziehungen am bulgarisch-griechischen Beispiel
  • Ivanka Petrova, Sofia
    Geschlechterrollen in einem internationalen Unternehmen in Sofia

Urban culture, urbanity

  • Aleksandar R. Miletić, Belgrade
    Insights into Urban Life, Cultural Change, and Modernization in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians, 1918–1928
  • Ivana Spasić, Belgrade
    ASFALT: The Construction of Urbanity in Everyday Discourse in Serbia
  • Vesna Vučinić-Nešković and Jelena Miloradović, Belgrade
    Corso as a Total Social Phenomenon: the Case of Smederevska Palanka, Serbia
  • Aleksandra Pavićević, Belgrade
    Cremation as an Urban Phenomenon of the New Age. From Ecology to Ideology: the Serbian Case

Popular culture in the city

  • Ivana Kronja, Belgrade
    New Urban Trends in Serbia, 1990–2004: From Urban Life to Popular Culture and Vice Versa
  • Dragana Antonijević and Ljubomir Hristić, Belgrade
    Belgrade Graffiti: Anthropological Insights into Anonymous Public Expressions of “Worldview”
  • Orli Fridman, Arlington
    Alternative Voices in Public Urban Space: Serbia’s Women in Black
  • Ana Hofman and Iva Tarabić, Belgrade
    Roma Musicians as Tradesmen in Urban Cultural Environments
  • Raluca Nagy and Cristina Plecadite, Cluj-Napoca
    Consuming Electronic Music in Bucharest: “Low-Profile” Locations and Their Public
  • Raluca Petre, Bucharest
    The Reconfiguration of Leisure in Transition: Pubs and Friendship in Constanţa
  • Iva Filipova-Kyurkchieva, Sofia
    Football and Political Symbolism in Bulgaria in the 1980s and 1990s

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