Turbo Folk Music And Cultural Representations Of National Identity In Former Yugoslavia


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Turbo Folk Music And Cultural Representations Of National Identity In Former Yugoslavia

Turbo Folk Music And Cultural Representations Of National Identity In Former Yugoslavia Author by : Uroš ?voro
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2016-03-03
Publisher by : Routledge
ISBN : 9781317006060
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Turbo-folk music is the most controversial form of popular culture in the new states of former Yugoslavia. Theoretically ambitious and innovative, this book is a new account of popular music that has been at the centre of national, political and cultural debates for over two decades. Beginning with 1970s Socialist Yugoslavia, Uroš Čvoro explores the cultural and political paradoxes of turbo-folk: described as ’backward’ music, whose misogynist and Serb nationalist iconography represents a threat to cosmopolitanism, turbo-folk’s iconography is also perceived as a ’genuinely Balkan’
Category: Music

Transitional Aesthetics

Transitional Aesthetics Author by : Uros Cvoro
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2018-05-17
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9781350053403
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Using the way in which artists from the former Eastern bloc perceive the experience of EU integration and transition from a Soviet past as a conceptual launching pad, this book explores how artists critically inhabit a permanent state of 'in-between' to capture the simultaneous existence of multiple and overlapping temporalities. Transitional aesthetics are artistic strategies that disrupt and interrogate ideologically loaded trajectories of cultural, social, or political transition. Examples of such trajectories include the movement from totalitarianism to democracy (post-socialism), from war
Category: Philosophy

Mircea Eliade

Mircea Eliade Author by : Moshe Idel
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2014-02-28
Publisher by : Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
ISBN : 1433120127
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<I>Mircea Eliade: From Magic to Myth addresses a series of topics that have been neglected in scholarship. First and foremost, the book looks at the early Romanian background of some of Eliade's ideas, especially his magical universe, which took on a more mythical nature with his arrival in the West. Other chapters deal with Eliade's attitude toward Judaism, which is crucial for his phenomenology of religion, and the influences of Kabbalah on his early work. Later chapters address his association with the Romanian extreme right movement known as the Iron Guard and the reverberation of some o
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Balkan Popular Culture And The Ottoman Ecumene

Balkan Popular Culture And The Ottoman Ecumene Author by : Donna A. Buchanan
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2007-10-01
Publisher by : Scarecrow Press
ISBN : 9780810866775
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Since the early twentieth century, 'balkanization' has signified the often militant fracturing of territories, states, or groups along ethnic, religious, and linguistic divides. Yet the remarkable similarities found among contemporary Balkan popular music reveal the region as the site of a thriving creative dialogue and interchange. The eclectic interweaving of stylistic features evidenced by Albanian commercial folk music, Anatolian pop, Bosnian sevdah-rock, Bulgarian pop-folk, Greek ethniki mousike, Romanian muzica orientala, Serbian turbo folk, and Turkish arabesk, to name a few, points to
Category: Music
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