The second issue is out. The theme of the issue is Yugoslavia. As in the case of the first issue, we published two versions, one in English and the other in Serbo-Croatian. This issues will have also have a Greek language edition which will be published by the end of the year. Let us know if you want a copy or to help us with the distribution.
Yugoslavia: a State or a Revolutionary Community?
Will Firth: Language and Politics in Ex-Yugoslavia
CrimethInc: WR: Mysteries of the Organism – Beyond the Liberation of Desire
On the terrain of capital: Labour and gender regimes in Yugoslavia
Marijana Stojčić: Proletarians of the world – who washes your socks?From female Partisans to Comrade Woman. The Feminist Movement inYugoslavia 1978-1989
Lila: Yugoslav workers’ self-management – Emancipation of workers orcapitalist division of labor?
Guillaume Lenormant: Paul Zorkine (Pavle Vrbica)
Paul Zorkine: The myth of workers councils under Tito
Fredy Perlman: Birth of a Revolutionary Movement in Yugoslavia
Black & Red correspondents: Down with the Red Bourgeoisie of Yugoslavia– An Analysis of the June Students’ Insurrection in Belgrade, Yugoslavia(1968)
Jelka Kljajić-Imširović: Dissidents and prison
Lorraine Perlman: Three Years in Yugoslavia
Juraj Katalenac: Praxis: an attempt at ruthless criticism
Our baba doesn’t say fairy tales: How [not] to do a critique:Demystifying the anti-imperialist narrative of the collapse of Yugoslavia
Ferdi: “Nisu to bajke nego istina” – A critical appraisal of Roma politicsin SFRY’s ‘golden era’
Damjan Pavlica: Contemporary History of Kosovo
Vlado Kristl: On going to the Partisans
Nina Simonović: Against Every Yugoslavia – On the ideology of thetransition from capitalism to capitalism, through capitalism
Laslo Sekelj: Antisemitism in SFRY
Mladen Stilinović, an anarchist
Branko Ćopić: A Heretical Tale
Slavko Bogdanović: Poem Underground the Tribune of youth Novi Sad
Marko Paunović: Between Politics and Poetics