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A video recording will be sent to all participants after the seminar.
Up until June of 1991, six Republics in Central Europe were known collectively as the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Today, the land is owned by independent states: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia (including the regions of Kosovo and Vojvodina), and Slovenia.
During this conversation, we will examine the impact of the Balkan Wars, and the tumultuous journey that each of the six nations went through to achieve independence.
Led by a local historian who is based in Serbia, this conversation will contextualize the political turmoil which preceded the break up of Yugoslavia.
Vadim is a historian (MA) who has graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University. His focus is contemporary Russian history. He is working on a PhD dissertation on Stalin's national policy.
Not suitable for children under age 13 (sensitive content).