Miloş Jovanoviç

Miloš holds a PhD in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, an MA in Central European History at Central European University and a BA in History and International Affairs at Lafayette College. His PhD thesis, “Bourgeois Balkans: World-building in Belgrade and Sofia, 1830-1912,” examined the post-Ottoman transformation of urban life in the two capital cities. Miloš’s primary research interests include urban history and theory, the history of capitalism “off-center,” and Balkan studies. He has developed and taught courses in modern urban history and global studies. Miloš has held research and writing fellowships from the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, the Social Science Research Council and the American Research Center in Sofia. He joined the “Empires of Memory” project in September 2016.

Veranstaltungen

Land Issues in Southeastern Europe

13.10.2018 11:00 - 14:00
Urbanitiez aka Orhan Esen Miloş Jovanoviç, Dimitra Siatitsa, Dobrica Veselinovic, Tuğba Inal Çekiç, Gözde Şarlak Krämer, Robert Burghardt, Stephan Lanz, Jochen Becker

The event is in english. (Übersetzung vorhanden.) Staatliches Bodeneigentum prägt urbane Praktiken in Südosteuropa. Der Aufbau der sozialistischen Stadt etwa in Belgrader Wohnsiedlungen, aber auch die kollektive Aneignung des Bodens unter dem Kapitalismus wie im Istanbuler Gecekondu, wurde dadurch begünstigt. Heute eint der Neoliberalismus den ehemaligen Osten und Westen, und bildet zugleich den Boden für urbane Bewegungen.