Zoran Milutinovic - Selected Publications#


(2011). Getting Over Europe. The Construction of Europe in Serbian Culture. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi. 287pp.
Reviews: Oslobodjenje, 25 May 2011, pp.34-35; Književna republika, 4/5/6 (2011), pp.269-272; Migracijske i etničke teme 28.1 (2012), 97–101; Slavic Review, 71. 2 (2012), 447-448; Slavonic and East European Review, 90.1(2012), 135-136; The South Slav Journal, 30.1-2(2012), 113-119; Slavic & East European Journal, 56.2(2012), 301-302; Slavonica 19.1(2013), Književna istorija XLV.150 (2013), 643-648; Balkanica XLIV (2013) 450-454; Nationalities Papers 42.6(2014)1088-1090; European History Quarterly 46.1(2016)168-169; uu.academia.edu/ErikdeLange;

(2010). What is the ‘West’? Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the ‘West’ in Early 20th-Century Serbian Culture. Pittsburgh: Center for Russian & East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh. 45pp.

(2006). Susret na trećem mestu. Ogledi iz teorije i interpretacije. Belgrade: Geopoetika. 214pp.
Reviews: Danas, 24-25 March 2006, p.XIII; Gutenbergova galaksija, Radio Beograd 2, 22 December 2006; Teatron, 136-7[2006]], 87-90.

(1994). Metateatralnost: Imanentna poetika u drami XX veka. Belgrade: Radionica SIC. 229pp.
Reviews: Politika, 18 March 1995, p. 19; Ludus, 30 (1995); Politika, 19 August 1995, p. 180; Teatron, 136-7[2006]], 87-90; Sarajevske sveske, 17/2007, pp. 99-101.

(1992) Negativna i pozitivna poetika. Novi Sad: Matica srpska. 115pp.
Reviews: Ovdje 299-300(1993)89; Sveske 17(1993)146-147; Borba 22 april 1993, p.15; Književna reč 419(1993)14; Sarajevske sveske 17(2007)99-101.

(2014) ‘Yes, but…Institutionalization and De-Institutionalizaton of Socialist Realism in Serbia’, Ricerche slavistiche 12 (58) 295-321.

(2014) ‘Territorial Trap: Danilo Kiš, Cultural Geography and Geopolitical Imagination’, East European Politics & Societies and Cultures 28(4)715-738. (Serbian/Croatian translation: ‘Teritorijalna zamka: Danilo Kiš, kulturna geografija i geopolitička imaginacija’, Sarajevske sveske 46-46[2014]]111-134)

(2013). ‘What common Yugoslav culture was and how everybody benefited from it’. In Gorup, R. (ed.). After Yugoslavia. The Cultural Space of a Vanished Land (pp.75-87). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

(2012). ‘Retour d’exil. Découverte de l’autre en soi et de soi dans l’autre : L’Amour en Toscane de Miloš Crnjanski’, Revue des etudes sud-est européennes L (1-4), 79-92.

(2008). 'One Clearly Defined Phenomenon and a Unified Perspective: Is a History of World Literature Possible?'. Primerjalna književnost 31(1), 25-40. (Slovene translation: ‘Jasno opredeljen pojav in enotna perspektiva: ali je zgodovina svetovne književnosti možna?’, in Dolinar, D., Juvan, M. (Eds.). Primerjalna književnost v 20.stoletju in Anton Ocvirk, pp.223-238. Ljubljana: Institut za slovensko literaturo in literarne vede ZRC SAZU, 2008).

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