Society and Culture of East-Central and South Eastern Europe 16th – 20th Century


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a) 11.5. Popular Culture in the 1990s: Postsocialism, Privatization and Rise of Nationalism (second part)
b) 13.5. Popular Culture in the 1990s discussion

Mandatory reading will be selected from:

L. HOLY, The Little Czech and the Great Czech Nation: National Identity and the Post-Communist Social Transformation, Cambridge 1996.

Optional readings:

H. HAUKANES, Velké dramata, bežné životy. Postkomunistické zkušenosti na českém venkově, Praha 2004.

Final test – return in take away examination
13. seminar

18.5. a Evaluation of the course-papers presented by MA students

20.5. b conclusions of the seminar, evaluation of examinations.


Literature reflected in the course:
I. ANDRIĆ, The Bridge on the Drina, Chicago 1977.

S. BOYM, The Future of Nostalgia, New York 2001.

M. BUCUR, Eugenics and Modernization in Interwar Romania, Pittsburgh 2002.

M. de CERTEAU, L'invention du quotidien, I, II, Paris 1980. (available in English)

J. FISKE, Understanding Popular Culture, Boston 1989.

E. D. GORDY, The Culture of Power in Serbia: Nationalism and the Destruction of Alternatives, Pensylvania University 1999.

E. J. HOBSBAWM, T. RANGER (eds.), The Invention of Tradition, Cambridge 1983.

L. HOLY, The Little Czech and the Great Czech Nation: National Identity and the Post-Communist Social Transformation, Cambridge 1996.

M. HADŽIŠEHOVIĆ, A Muslim Woman in Tito’s Yugoslavia, Texas University 2003.

N. JOHANISOVÁ, Living in the Cracks. A look at Rural Social Enterprises in Britain and the Czech Republic, Dublin 2005

S. P. RAMET, Rocking the State: Rock Music and Politics in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, London 1994.

D. UGREŠIĆ, Culture of Lies: Antipolitical Essays, Pennsylvania State University 1998.

K. VERDERY, What Was Socialism and What Comes Next?, Princeton 1996.

N. WINGFIELD (ed.), Creating the Other: Ethnic Conflict and Nationalism in Habsburg Central Europe, New York 2003.



N. WINGFIELD – J. ROTHSILD: The Return to Diversity. A political history of East Central Europe since World War II., 4th ed. Oxford UP: Oxford – New York 2008.


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