27 Oct 15

A number of scholars have recently posited the Cold War as an important stage in the history of globalization. For Yugoslavia, that period was indeed a decisive moment of world-wide expansion in its political, economic, and cultural relations. In this lecture, Vladimir Kulić explains the production of space in socialist Yugoslavia in the context of its non-aligned globalization, arguing that as the country balanced between the political blocs it was re-imagined and built as a place of global encounter.