Table of contents for Balkan as metaphor : between globalization and fragmentation / edited by Duésan I. Bjeliâc and Obrad Saviâc.


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Introduction: Blowing Up the "Bridge"  1
Dusan I. Bjeli
Part I: Orientalism, Balkanism, and Occidentalism  23
 1 Invention and In(ter)vention: The Rhetoric of
   Balkanization  25
   Vesna Goldsworthy
 2 Vampires Like Us: Gothic Imaginary and "the serbs"  39
   Tomislav Z. Longinovic
 3 What's So Byzantine About the Balkans?  61
   Milica Bakic-Hayden
 4 The Balkans as an Element in Ideological Mechanisms  79
   Rastko Mocnik
 5 Carl Schmitt on Kosovo, or, Taking War Seriously  117
   Grigoris Ananiadis
Part II: Balkan Identity and Nationality  163
 6 The Dark Intimacy: Maps, Identities, Acts of Identifications  165
   Alexander Kiossev
 7 South Slav Identity and the Ultimate War-Reality  191
   Ugo Vlaisavljevic
 8 The Impossible Escape: Romanians and the Balkans  209
   Adrian Cioroianu



 9 The Eros of Identity  235
   Ivaylo Ditchev
Part III: Sexuality, Trauma, and Myth  251
 10 Queer Serbs  253
    Branka Arsic
 11 Sexualizing the Serb  279
    Dusan I. Bjelic and Lucinda Cole
 12 Muslim Women, Croatian Women, Serbian Women,
    Albanian Women...    311
    Vesna Kesic
 13 Hypnosis and Critique (Film Music for the Balkans)  323
    Stathis Gourgouris
 14 Simonides on the Balkans  351
    Petar Ramadanovic





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Balkan Peninsula Politics and government 1989-Balkan Peninsula Ethnic relations