Speech was held on the occasion of the 600th anniversary of the Kosovo Battle on June 28, 1989.
A collection of historical sources, organized by a group of historians from the region, called Wars, Divisions, Integrations, covers the period from 1990-2008. Groups of historical sources were presented on topics: Disintegration and construction 1990-1992; Disintegration of Yugoslavia; International actors, local issues; Economy and Society; Culture; Modes of remembrance.
Length: 575 pages
Workshops prepared for working with students aged 15+ years. It also includes short films.
The manual is structured as an interactive teaching tool for teachers and professors who work with participants aged 15 to 25, and includes:
Language: Bosnian, Serbian, English
Web portal of the Regional Commission for establishing facts about war crimes and other serious human rights violations committed in the territory of the former SFRY from 1 January 1991 to 31 December 2001
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian, Slovenian
The Memorandum of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SANU Memorandum) is a draft document made by a committee of 16 members of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts from 1985 to 1986. The memorandum is divided into two parts: “The crisis of the Yugoslav economy and society” refers to the economic and political divisions in Yugoslavia that followed the adoption of the 1974 constitution and “The position of Serbia and the Serbian people” describing the inferior status of the SR Serbia in the SFRY and the position of Serbs in SR Croatia and SAP Kosovo.
Publication written in a style of popular science, using archive sources and historical material, as well as quoting the main actors of the “Yugoslav drama” (1974-1990). The author Dejan Jović explains to the readers ideological, economic, ethnic, cultural, legal and other reasons why Yugoslavia, as an ideological creation, died out.
Availability: Dejan Jović; Jugoslavija – Država koja je odumrla, uspon, kriza i pad Kardeljeve Jugoslavije, 1974-1990; Prometej, Zagreb, 2003.
Documentary about basketball stars Drazen Petrovic and Vlado Divac. Although once great friends, the war that broke out in Yugoslavia puts them on the opposite sides, Petrovic died in 1993, and never exchanged a word with Divac again. The documentary is another proof that politics and war are able to destroy the most precious things, and in this particular case, the friendship and one of the biggest basketball teams of all time.
Language: English (partial with Croatian and Serbian)
The exhibition “Yugoslavia From the Beginning to the End” is part of a project lasting several years, on which experts from the region of former Yugoslavia worked, consisting of several segments, one of which is “The End of Yugoslavia”. The exhibition was set up in the Museum of Yugoslavia.
In the given article, attempts are made to analyze cultural differences as one of the main reasons for the collapse of a common state. Jankovic finds a material for determining these differences in the works of Yugoslav writers in the emigration of the late 20th century. The work was published in the Yearbook for Social History 1 for 2015.
Documentary series of six episodes, produced by the BBC in 1995. The series includes the period of breakup of Yugoslavia, as well as the wars that were conducted in this area.
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian, English