Marina Antić, Ph.D.
Office number: GA 4025
Office telephone: (812) 855-9540
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Degree: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2013.
Specialties/Research Interests: Former Yugoslav (Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian) literature and culture, postcolonial studies, Marxism, cultural studies, intellectual history, Russian 19th century history and culture, nationalism, peripheral modernisms, and critical theory.
In Spite of History: Yugoslav Literature in the Era of Global Capital
Surrealities of Postsocialism: New Primitvs in Yugoslav Cultural History.
- Ivo Andrić: Against National Mythopoesis
- “Bosnian Spring or the Young Bosnia Movement 2.0? The History of Uneven Development on the European Margins from Princip to Plenums,” The Long Shots of Sarajevo: Events – Narratives – Memories of 1914, Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto, 2016.
“Historicizing Bosnia: Kosta Hörmann and Bosnia’s Encounter with Modernity” in Wechsel Wirkungen: The Political, Social, and Cultural Impact of Austro-Hungarian Occupation of Bosnia-Herzegovina (1878-1918), eds. Ruthner, Clemens, Raymond Detrez, Ursula Reber, and Diana Reynolds, Peter Lang USA, 2015.
“The Balkans and The Other Heading: Identity and Identifications on the Margins of Europe,” Spaces of Identity (spaces of identity.net), Vol.6 No.2, September 2006.
- Postcommunist Nostalgia (SLAV-S 320)
- Inventing Eastern Europe (SLAV-S 320)
- Peripheral Modernism (SLAV-S 562)
- Literature and Nationalism (SLAV-S 363)
- Yugoslav Experiment (SLAV-S 364)
- Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian language