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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. Unfollow Follow Unblock. Other Affiliations:. Save to Library. Balkan as Mataphor- Between Globalization and Fragmentationpdf. Somewhere between a tragedy and a myth, a place and a condition, the term is perhaps best understood as a metaphor.

It has been used and abused in academia by proponents of opposing political views. Multiculturalism has Multiculturalism has appropriated it, as have postmodernism and postcommunism. This book explores the idea of the Balkan as metaphor and the meaning of Balkan identity in the context of contemporary culture. Focusing on Balkanism both as a body of knowledge and as the critical study of that discourse, this book does for the Balkans what Edward Said's Orientalism did for "the Orient.

The book both lays the groundwork for a new field of study and serves as an act of resistance against the many forms of representation that break the Balkans into fragments such as NATO army bases and digital maps in order to wire them into the global market. Toward a Genealogy of the Balkan Discourses on Race more. The ongoing racist reception of immigrants by post-communist states previously known to be class conscious, internationalist and egalitarian naturally raises the question: how is racism possible in societies with no colonial or The ongoing racist reception of immigrants by post-communist states previously known to be class conscious, internationalist and egalitarian naturally raises the question: how is racism possible in societies with no colonial or interracial experience?

It is fair to state that the critical discourse on race barely exists and is historically and theoretically alien to post-socialist historiography on the grounds that Eastern Europe and the Balkans did not have and never were colonies Todorova An attempt to engage the post-socialist presence with postcolonial analysis and to introduce race into the post-socialist context remains for the most part foreclosed by post-socialist historiographies. And yet every one of these post-socialist countries had racial laws during World War II and readily shipped Jews to concentration camps; as soon as real Socialism collapsed, class consciousness morphed overnight into rabid nationalism coupled with racist practices.

So, race must have always been—in some capacity—part of Eastern European, and particularly of Balkan, history Kohon Key words: Foucault, race, class, ethnicity, war. Balkan Studies. Normalizing the Balkans. Geopolitics of Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry more. Normalizing the Balkans argues that, following the historical patterns of colonial psychoanalysis and psychiatry in British India and French Africa as well as Nazi psychoanalysis and psychiatry, the psychoanalysis and psychiatry of the Normalizing the Balkans argues that, following the historical patterns of colonial psychoanalysis and psychiatry in British India and French Africa as well as Nazi psychoanalysis and psychiatry, the psychoanalysis and psychiatry of the Balkans during the s deployed the language of psychic normality to represent the space of the Other as insane geography and to justify its military, or its symbolic, takeover.

However, whereas Said intended Orientalism to be a critique of the historical construction of the Orient by, and in relation to, the West, for Freud it constituted a medical and psychic truth. In the s, in the ex-Yugoslav cultural space, psychoanalytic language was used by the Serb psychiatrist-politicians Drs. In addition, as part of the history of colonialism, both drugs generated two distinct colonial discourses and, consequently, two different understandings of the emancipatory powers of pleasure, the unconscious, and dreams.

After all, great ideas don't liberate; they intoxicate. Normalizing the Balkans: Geopolitics of Psychoanalysis and Psychiatryedit Normalizing the Balkans argues that, following the historical patterns of colonial psychoanalysis and psychiatry in British India and French Africa as well as Nazi Normalizing the Balkans: Geopolitics of Psychoanalysis and Psychiatryedit Normalizing the Balkans argues that, following the historical patterns of colonial psychoanalysis and psychiatry in British India and French Africa as well as Nazi psychoanalysis and psychiatry, the psychoanalysis and psychiatry of the Balkans during the s deployed the language of psychic normality to represent the space of the Other as insane geography and to justify its military, or its symbolic, takeover.

Freud's self-analysis, influenced by his journeys through the Balkans, was a harbinger of orientalism as articulated by Said. Philosophy Of Religion , Theology , and Ethnomethodology.

This paper compares Harold Garfinkel's phenomenologically informed "radical" ethnomethodology and Emanuel Schegloff's "classical" Conversation Analysis, by focusing on their treatments of a ringing telephone as a summons. In their In their diverging accounts, Garfinkel and Schegloff use similar yet different terminologies in relation to the action of hearing.

Garfinkel speaks of the "hearability" of the ringing phone, while Schegloff speaks of a recipient's "hearership". This lexical distinction is not irrelevant. In contrast, for Garfinkel an analysis limited only to the parties' work of speaking and listening to each other from within the hearable world glosses over the pervasive presence of the "heara-bility-structures" of the ordinary world.

His "radical" version is predicated on the claim that the ordinary world is a hearable world. Accordingly, a phone summons is a familiar sound in which "hearability" is inseparable from the "hearability-struc-tures" endogenous to the Lebenswelt.

L'utilisation instrumentale de la physique Galileennee more. Globalizacija i otpori more. Tolstoj i ruski revolucionarni pokret. Leo Tolstoy. Identites editees et geopolitique des medias globalises. Teorijski koreni nenasilja. The collapse of Real Socialism ushered in the unification of two Europes. United Europe as a new political entity without a previous history which has formally denounced colonialism and anti-Semitism, it somehow deserves a clean slate and United Europe as a new political entity without a previous history which has formally denounced colonialism and anti-Semitism, it somehow deserves a clean slate and the right to shift ownership of its colonial histories to former colonial subjects and their national histories.

In the case of the Balkans, the neoliberal normalization of the unruly Balkans failed both at the periphery and at the center. Race and Ethnicity , Neoliberalism , Balkans , and Postcolonialism. View on ejumpcut. Radikalni konzervativizam balkanske geo-psihoanalize more. Balkan nikada nije bio kolonizovan u modernom smislu. Tokom 1 To mi slav Z. UDC Sexualizing the Serbs more. Slavic and Balkan Studies.

Because the European Union is a new Because the European Union is a new political entity without a previous history, and because it has formally denounced colonialism and anti-Semitism, there is a creeping assumption that it somehow deserves a clean slate and the right to shift the ownership of its colonial histories to its former colonial subjects.

Bulgarian Zionists were agents of a double colonization, in Bulgaria as subjects of internal colonization, and in Palestine as colonizers. Global Aesthetics and the Serbian Cinema of the s more. Toward a Racial Genealogy of the Great War more. This distinction is itself doubly colored by a racist This distinction is itself doubly colored by a racist perspective.

Post-katastrofalne perspektive more. Slavoj Zizek: An Introduction more. The Balkans Geopsychoanalysis more. Lacan , in his analysis of Edgar Alan Poe's story "The Purloined Letter," cites the extent to which the "symbolic takes hold of the deepest recesses of the human organism" p. He also locates the unconscious symptoms inherent in He also locates the unconscious symptoms inherent in the "insistence of the signifying chain," positing that every rupture in signification opens the subject to eruption of the repressed material in the form of language, the symptom, which insists on being seen and heard.

Freud called this eruption of language from the unconscious background the "return of the repressed" to the site of trauma. Such an encounter is structured as if the subject itself is sending a message from its unconscious to its conscious; hence the message always arrives at its destination.

This is the source of the famous statement "a letter always arrives at its destination" which concludes Lacan's "Seminar on 'The Purloined Letter. Is the Balkans the Unconscious of Europe?

As a result of such absence, he claims, the Balkans has withdrawn into its pathological feminine substance and needs to be conquered by the language of the universal subject. Can the subaltern drive? View on kontejner. Public Suicide as a Deed of Optionless Intimacy more. Immigrants as the Enemy: Psychoanalysis and the Balkans Self-orientalization more. View on eurozine. The Balkans and the "History of Shit" more.

The Work of Scientific Demonstration. The Balkans: Europe's Cesspool more. Julia Kristeva: Exile and Geopolitics of the Balkans more. Edited Identities and Geopolitics of Global Media more.

The Balkans: Radical Conservatism and Desire more. Madness as Political Factor more. Psychiatrists and psychoanalytic discourse played a significant role in generating the ethnic conflicts that ignited the Balkan war of the s.

The discursive construction of Balkan identity made the region particularly vulnerable to the ethno-analysis promulgated by those two psychiatrists. The aim of this paper is to give a self-reflective account of the building of Galileo's pendulum in order to discover what were the practical contingencies of building and using the pendulum for demonstrating the law of isochronism.

In doing this, the unique Lebenswelt structures of "Galilean physics" are explicated through the ethnomethodological concepts developed by Harold Garfinkel. The presupposition is that the practical logic of "Galilean physics" is embedded in the instruments themselves.

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Somewhere between a tragedy and a myth, a place and a condition, the term is perhaps best understood as a metaphor. It has been used and abused in academia by proponents of opposing political views. Multiculturalism has appropriated it, as have postmodernism and postcommunism. This book explores the idea of the Balkan as metaphor and the meaning of Balkan identity in the context of contemporary culture. The book both lays the groundwork for a new field of study and serves as an act of resistance against the many forms of representation that break the Balkans into fragments such as NATO army bases and digital maps in order to wire them into the global market. Shibboleth authentication is only available to registered institutions.

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