Marking the 100th anniversary of the creation of Yugoslavia, the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade, supported by the Belgrade Office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Danas daily newspaper, is organizing a debate entitled “Yugoslavia: The First 100 Years”. The history and duration of the Yugoslav state and society will be re-examined by relevant interlocutors from the former Yugoslav states. What does Yugoslavia represent in our societies today, did it have to disappear, how do we remember Yugoslavia, and can Yugoslavia be an alternative?
The debate will take place on December 24th at 6 PM, in the Krsmanovic House (34 Terazije), at the place where the kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was founded.
The speakers will include:
Dubravka Stojanović, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade
Hrvoje Klasić, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb
Amir Duranović, Faculty of Philosophy University of Sarajevo
Petar Todorov, Institute for national History, Skoplje
Srđan Milošević, Institute for the Modern history of Serbia, Belgrade
Vlatko Sekulović, Humanities department, Donja Gorica University, Podgorica
Moderators: Adriana Zaharijević and Milivoj Bešlin, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade