Dr Vladan Jovanović

Vladan Jovanović (1968) received his BA (1995), MA (2000) and PhD degrees (2010) from the Department of Yugoslav History, Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. Since 1995, he has been employed at the Institute for the Recent History of Serbia, where he still works as a principal research fellow. His main research interests focus on the integration of the formerly Ottoman territories of Macedonia and Kosovo into the Yugoslav state, inter-ethnic violence, national/ethnic identity, forced migration, corruption, and transnational crime in the post-Ottoman Balkans. He was editor-in-chief of the Editorial Board of the Institute of Recent History of Serbia's “Studies and Monographs” Library (2015-2019) and head of the “National Identities: Political, Social and Cultural Transformation” subproject within the Institute's project Tradition and Transformation - Historical Heritage and National Identities in Serbia in the 20th Century (2011-2019). He is the author of four monographs and over 60 articles in scientific journals and edited volumes. He has participated at numerous international scientific conferences and projects at European and US universities.

Selected bibliography:

-        Opijum na Balkanu: proizvodnja i promet opojnih droga 1918.-1941., Zagreb: AGM, 2020, 323 pp.

-        Slike jedne neuspele integracije: Kosovo, Makedonija, Srbija, Jugoslavija, Beograd: Fabrika knjiga-Peščanik, 2014, 238 pp.

-        Vardarska banovina 1929-1941, Beograd: INIS, 2011, 522 pp.

-        Jugoslovenska država i Južna Srbija 1918-1929 (Makedonija, Sandžak, Kosovo i Metohija u Kraljevini SHS), Beograd: INIS, 2002, 404 pp.

-        „Serbia, Kosovo and Macedonia from Revolt and Resettlement to Repression” in: John R. Lampe, Ulf Brunnbauer (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Balkan and Southeast European History, 1st edition, Routledge, 2020, 272-279.

-        “’Reconquista of Old Serbia’. On the Continuity of Territorial and Demographic Policy in Kosovo”, in: Aleksandar Pavlović, Gazela Pudar Draško, Rigels Halili (Eds.) Rethinking Serbian-Albanian Relations: Figuring out the Enemy, London-New York: Routledge. Taylor & Francis Group, 2019, 39-57.

-        “Land reform and Serbian colonization. Belgrade`s problems in interwar Kosovo and Macedonia“, East Central Europe, vol. 42, issue 1 (2015), 87-103.

-        “The Savages Attack from Behind: Anthropological Stereotypes about Albanians in Serbian Public Discourse” in: Giuseppe Motta (Ed.), Dynamics and Policies of Prejudice from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-first Century, Newcastle upon Tyne:  Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018, 257-269.

-        “(Un-)locking the Door: Early-Socialist Yugoslavia and Turkish Migrants”, Balkanistic Forum, vol. 3 (2019), 269-288.

-        “Informal allies on a common mission: the Serbian state and the orthodox church in recent nation-building processes”, Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies, Vol. 17, Issue 51 (Winter 2018), 37-51.

-        „Serbia and the Symbolic (Re)Construction of the Nation”, in: Pal Kolsto (Ed.), Strategies of Symbolic Nation-building in South Eastern Europe, Farnham-Burlington: Ashgate, 2014, 87-114.

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