Speaking for the Nation
Intellectuals and nation-building in the post-Yugoslav space
The book explores the nexus of intellectual activity and nation-building from a critical discourse-analytical perspective. By examining how public intellectuals from Serbia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina commented on key national events in editorials and opinion pieces, it offers unique insights into contemporary nation-building discourses in an enlarging Europe. Through a detailed reconstruction of the debates concerning the selected events, the book also provides fresh empirical evidence of the implications and challenges of post-socialist transition, post-conflict reconciliation, democratisation and European integration in the post-Yugoslav region. Its versatile framework, which innovatively combines sociological and linguistic approaches to the discursive positioning of intellectuals, may be readily applied to the analysis of intellectual engagement with current affairs and public life in general.
[Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, 88] 2020. xi, 236 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The post-Yugoslav context: Intellectuals and nations in transition
Chapter 3. Intellectuals and nation-building: An interdisciplinary critical discourse-analytical approach
Chapter 4. Serbia: The aftermath of the declaration of independence of Kosovo in 2008
Chapter 5. Croatia’s accession into the European Union in 2013
Chapter 6. Bosnia and Herzegovina: The 2014 anti-government protests
Chapter 7. Patterns of intellectual spokespersonship for the nation in contemporary Serbia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina
Chapter 8. Conclusion
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