Turbo-folk Music and Cultural Representations of National Identity in Former Yugoslavia

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 28.07.2014. - 206 страница
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Turbo-folk music is the most controversial form of popular culture in the new states of former Yugoslavia. Beginning with 1970s Socialist Yugoslavia, Uroš Čvoro explores the cultural and political paradoxes of turbo-folk. Taking as its starting point turbo-folk’s popularity across national borders, Čvoro analyses key songs and performers in Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia. What is proposed is a new way of reading the relationship of contemporary popular music to processes of cultural, political and social change - and a new understanding of how fundamental turbo-folk is to the recent history of former Yugoslavia and its successor states.
 

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TurBofoLkanD
27
Turbofolk as the vanishing
55
Turbofolk across Cultural
81
Music and National Identity in the Work
105
Popular Culture and Public
129
Turbofolk and Selfexoticisation
155
Conclusion
179
Bibliography
185
Index
195
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Uroš Čvoro is a Senior Lecturer in Art Theory at UNSW Australia. His research areas include contemporary art and national identity, popular culture and post-socialism, and the relation between contemporary art and politics.

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