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Sites of Memory and Social Change in Croatia: A Case Study of The Seagull's Wings Monument


Mustapić, Marko; Perasović, Benjamin
Sites of Memory and Social Change in Croatia: A Case Study of The Seagull's Wings Monument // Landscape in Southeastern Europe / Mirošević, Lena ; Zaro, Gregory ; Katić, Mario ; Birt, Danijela (ur.).
Zurich: Lit Verlag, 2018. str. 147-163


Naslov
Sites of Memory and Social Change in Croatia: A Case Study of The Seagull's Wings Monument

Autori
Mustapić, Marko ; Perasović, Benjamin

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Landscape in Southeastern Europe

Urednik/ci
Mirošević, Lena ; Zaro, Gregory ; Katić, Mario ; Birt, Danijela

Izdavač
Lit Verlag

Grad
Zurich

Godina
2018

Raspon stranica
147-163

ISBN
978-3-643-80283-5

Ključne riječi
sites of memory, landscape, local community, social change, Croatia

Sažetak
Memory is not something given or fixed, it is specific process which includes various definitions and re-definitions, interpretations and re-interpretations. The representations of different ‘sites of memory’ (Nora, 1998), as monuments, museums, commemorations, festivals etc., are constantly changing, depending on the social changes. Places have biographies in as much as they are formed, used, and transformed in relation to practice. They have value and historical relevance if they are rooted in the concrete details of locales in the landscape, acquiring material reference points that can be visited, seen and touched (Tilley, 1994). Monuments definitely have special importance for ‘official memory’ (Olick, 2007). During the period after WW2, Yugoslavia was socialist, one- party state. Totalitarian type of government was insisting on communist interpretation of recent history. WW2 was the central point of the Yugoslav ‘official memory’. In Podgora (Croatia) on 10.09.1942. Yugoslav Navy was established ; 20 years later, 10.09.1962. president Tito opened the monument and the site of memory in Podgora. Yugoslavia 'died' in bloody wars (1991- 1999) and new states were developing new frameworks for interpretations of the past. During the 1990s monument in Podgora (as almost all other socialist monuments in Croatia) lost its previous function. Nevertheless, in collective memory of local community, this monument (and WW2 as such) still has important role in construction of collective identity. There are two aims of this paper. First aim is to research the characteristics of types of construction of ‘official memory’ regarding the monument, in two different political and social periods (1962- 1990 and after 1990). Second aim is to research interpretations of contemporary commemorative and social activities around the monument in Podgora. In collecting the data for this paper, we used qualitative methods (content analysis of official historic monographs ; content analysis of local magazine Makarska rivijera, semi- structured interview).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Mustapić, Marko; Perasović, Benjamin
Sites of Memory and Social Change in Croatia: A Case Study of The Seagull's Wings Monument // Landscape in Southeastern Europe / Mirošević, Lena ; Zaro, Gregory ; Katić, Mario ; Birt, Danijela (ur.).
Zurich: Lit Verlag, 2018. str. 147-163
Mustapić, M. & Perasović, B. (2018) Sites of Memory and Social Change in Croatia: A Case Study of The Seagull's Wings Monument. U: Mirošević, L., Zaro, G., Katić, M. & Birt, D. (ur.) Landscape in Southeastern Europe. Zurich, Lit Verlag, str. 147-163.
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