Tito in Africa – Picturing Solidarity

Collaboration between researchers on the project Socialism Goes Global of the University of Exeter and the Museum of Yugoslavia

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The Work on the Museum of Yugoslavia’s Permanent Exhibition

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Project Yugoslavia

100 interviews of participants of various age, history and background from the region of the former Yugoslavia.

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The Museum of Yugoslavia – Innovations and Turning Points

A turning point in the work of the Museum of Yugoslavia occurred in the second decade of its existence.

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New Rounds of Bikeculture

Two Rounds Through the History of New Belgrade

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Laboratory of the Museum of Yugoslavia

Second stage of the work on the permanent display

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Figures of Memory

Another perspective on the mechanisms of collective memory

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Re/cognition

The exhibition examines the values of the May 25 Museum, one of the three buildings that makeup the Museum of Yugoslavia complex.

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Tito in Africa – Picturing Solidarity

Collaboration between researchers on the project Socialism Goes Global of the University of Exeter and the Museum of Yugoslavia

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The Origins: The Background for Understanding the Museum of Yugoslavia

Creation of a European type of museum was affected by a number of practices and concepts of collecting, storing and usage of items.

The Museum of Yugoslavia – Innovations and Turning Points

A turning point in the work of the Museum of Yugoslavia occurred in the second decade of its existence.

The Work on the Museum of Yugoslavia’s Permanent Exhibition

Tito in Africa – Picturing Solidarity

Collaboration between researchers on the project Socialism Goes Global of the University of Exeter and the Museum of Yugoslavia