Tracing (Dis)Continuities: Education Reforms in Socialist Yugoslavia and its Successor States

  • Dora Komnenović


Contrary to what the title might suggest, this volume offers a compelling analysis of the correlation between educational policies and the wider socio-political context they stem from and partially shape. By examining three ˈcritical juncturesˈ from the (recent) past, i.e. the vocation-oriented education reform in socialist Yugoslavia, the introduction of religious and civic education in post-Milošević Serbia, and the establishment of ˈethnicˈ universities in post-conflict Sandžak, Kosovo, and Macedonia, Bacevic argues that some educational policies reproduced or even exacerbated existing divisions. This contributed to the creation of certain subjectivities and group identities.

How to Cite
Komnenović, Dora. 2015. “Tracing (Dis)Continuities: Education Reforms in Socialist Yugoslavia and Its Successor States”. KULT_online, no. 43 (July).