OVDJE MOŽETE PREUZETI ČASOPIS BR. 26


Sadržaj / Table of Contents:


Reclaiming/Renaming Histories in Literature, Art, and Culture
Marija Krivokapić, Aleksandra Nikčević Batrićević, Nina Sirković PDF

From Intersemiotic to Intertextual – A Historical Serendipity
Dalibor Kesić PDF

Significant insignificances: Winston Smith’s Diary and Other Reclaimed Histories
Tom Phillips PDF

When Yours and Mine Are (Not) Ours: Reclaiming Personal and National Histories in Tim Butcher’s The Trigger: Hunting the Assassin Who Brought the World to War
Željka Babić PDF

Contested Sites of Memory on Tarara in New Zealand
Senka Božić-Vrbančić PDF

Occasionally, He’s a Somniaticidal Maniac: Stephen Graham Jones Reclaims Home and History
Theodore C. Van Alst PDF

Reclaiming Women’s Perspective: Feminist Anthropology and the Androcentric Bias
Maja Muhić PDF

Changing the Pattern: Reclaiming History, Constructing Herstory in Margaret Atwood's Aalias Grace
Ana Sentov PDF

Reclaiming Histories/Rewriting Destinies: Mrs. Woolf and Orlando in Unearthing the Buried
Milica Nenezić PDF

Rethinking Personal History and Maintaining Identity – Offred in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale
Elena Spirovska PDF

And Action!: Reinterpretation and Simulation of History Through Film in DeLillo’s Americana and Libra
Slađana Stamenković PDF

Re-imagining Histories, Re-inventing the Self in Ian McEwan's Atonement
Vanja Vukićević Garić PDF

(Re)claiming English Language Today
Nadežda Stojković PDF

The Cultural Chronicle and the Historical Reality of Half a Century of Dragan Karadžić’s Creative Catharsis
Brankica Bojović PDF

Art as a Redefinition of History in Praxis Philosophy
Slađana Kavarić PDF

A Manifest of the Endangered Past
Predrag Živković PDF


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