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GEOPOLITIČKA I IDENTITETSKA STVARNOST SRBIJE I BALKANA

POLITIKE NARATIVNE KONSTRUKCIJE BALKANA I BALKANIZMA

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Centralnost pitanja Balkana se u poslednjih trideset godina, a i ranije, neretko poistovećuje sa ekstremnim političkim kontekstima − ratnim sukobima. Najčešća eksplikacija takvog stanja stvari, pored globalnih međunarodnih  političkih trendova/intervencija, se, jednostrano i plitko vidi u navodno inherentnom agresivnom nacionalizmu, istorijski ukorenjenom u i/ili transferovanom preko radikalizovanja distinkcije tribalnih/nacionalnih prošlosti,  te u liminalnom položaju, marginalizovanog i minorizovanog, Balkana između Zapada i Istoka. Izgleda kao da se Balkan nalazi u nekom stanju „zamrznutog”, nikada okončanog ili perpetuirajućeg identitetski profilisanog dezintegrisanja, nasilja i antagonizama. Međutim, liminalnosti u razumevanju Balkana ne mora da upućuje na marginalnost i nebitnost, „balkanske političke glose/sholije”, zapravo, ponajbolje i najjače iskazuju preklapajuće diskurse koji ga kreiraju i u kojima se ogledaju. Da bi se detektovani status diskurzivne „liminalne centralnosti” što šire apsolvirao, ovaj rad će biti podeljen u dva dela. U prvom delu će biti detaljnije izložena pozicija post-kolonijalizma kao paradigmatske optike za njegovu komprehenziju/percipiranje, ali i za pro-aktivno „prevazilaženje”/rezistenciju. Drugi deo će dekonstruktivno suprotstaviti razumevanje Balkana kao „objektivizovanog” entiteta Balkanizma i Balkana kao „tekstualizovane” reprezentacije Orijentalizma i post-kolonijalizma.

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