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@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ _Max Planck Institute for the Study of Ethnic and Religious Diversity_
Göttingen
**2015-16**
#### Lecturer (Urban History)
#### Instructor (Urban History)
_University of Illinois_
Urbana-Champaign
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### Publications
**2018**
"Whitewashed Empire: Historical Narrative and Place Marketing in Vienna" _History & Anthropology_
"Bourgeois Worlds and Urban Nightmares: The post-Ottoman Balkan City
through the Lens of Milutin Uskoković's Newcomers" _Urban Cultural Studies_
forthcoming
**2017**
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**2017**
Bourgeois World-Building in the Balkan City
Urban World-Making Conference, ASCA City Project, University of
Amsterdan
Amsterdam
**2017**
Whitewashed Empire: Historical Narrative and Place Marketing in Vienna

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# Personal details
name: Miloš Jovanović
address:
- Dürrstraße 3
- 37083 Göttingen
- Hermann-Föge-Weg 11
- 37073 Göttingen
- Germany
phone:
- "+49 176 21476704"
- "+381 65 9476968"
#- "+381 65 9476968"
email: jovanovic@mmg.mpg.de
# Insert URLs without http://
urls:
#- loshmi.net
#urls:
# - loshmi.net
#
# Sections
intro: "My present project, 'Empires on the Danube: Historicity and Urbanism in Belgrade, Budapest, Ruse, and Vienna' highlights the common structural forces and tensions of urban erasure, capitalism and the production of historicist space on the banks of the Danube. I explore how Habsburg and Ottoman imperial histories intersect with contemporary articulations of 'historical urban space' through market competitiveness, place marketing, and discourses of Europeanness."
#
#intro: "My present project, 'Empires on the Danube: Historicity and Urbanism in Belgrade, Budapest, Ruse, and Vienna' highlights the common structural forces and tensions of urban transformation, capitalism and the production of historicist space on the banks of the Danube. I explore how Habsburg and Ottoman imperial histories intersect with contemporary articulations of 'historical space' through market competitiveness, place marketing, and discourses of Europeanness."
#
interests:
- Urban History, Capitalism, Marxism, Habsburg History, Ottoman History, Eastern Europe, Balkans
- urban history, materiality, capitalism, socialism, Habsburg empire, Ottoman empire, Eastern Europe, Balkans, Global south-east
education:
- year: 2016
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experience:
- years: 2016-18
employer: Max Planck Institute for the Study of Ethnic and Religious Diversity
job: "Research Fellow (Project member of Empires of Memory: The cultural politics of historicity in former Habsburg and Ottoman Cities)"
job: "Research Fellow (Empires of Memory: The cultural politics of historicity in former Habsburg and Ottoman Cities)"
city: Göttingen
- years: 2015-16
employer: University of Illinois
job: Lecturer (Urban History)
job: Instructor (Urban History)
city: Urbana-Champaign
- years: 2011-12
employer: University of Illinois
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- year: 2018
title: "Bourgeois Worlds and Urban Nightmares: The post-Ottoman Balkan City through the Lens of Milutin Uskoković's Newcomers"
publication: Urban Cultural Studies
details: forthcoming
details: No. 5 Vol. 2, forthcoming
- year: 2018
title: "Whitewashed Empire: Historical Narrative and Place Marketing in Vienna"
publication: History & Anthropology
details: forthcoming
details: submitted as part of "Ambivalent Legacies" Special Issue
- year: 2017
title: "Tianjin's Imperial Discomfort"
publication: Max Planck Institute Blog
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details: Academic Pro-Rectors Excellence Award
talks:
- year: 2018
title: The History of Property & Housing in Belgrade and Sofia
details: Urbanize! Conference, dérive - Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung, Berlin
- year: 2018
title: "Nostalgic Refractions: Photography, Image and Memory in the post-Ottoman Balkan City"
details: European Association for Urban History Conference, Rome
- year: 2017
title: "Bourgeois World-Building in the Balkan City"
details: Urban World-Making Conference, ASCA City Project, University of Amsterdam
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details: Association for the Study of Nationalities Conference, New York
- year: 2016
title: "Excavating the archive: Non-normative histories and heterodox linkages in the Balkan city"
details: Thinking Gender and Sexuality After Empire and Socialism Conference, Göttingen
details: Thinking Gender and Sexuality After Empire and Socialism Workshop, MPI Göttingen
- year: 2015
title: "Cities of Dust and Mud: Loss and Dispossession in Belgrade and Sofia (1830-1912)"
details: Places of Amnesia, CRASSH, University of Cambridge
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- year: 2012
title: "The lifeworlds of masons and butchers in the City Beautiful"
details: European Society for the History of Human Sciences Conference, Belgrade
- year: 2011
title: "The Military City: Emergence of modern urbanism in Sarajevo and Sofia, 1878-79"
details: Midwest Historians of East Central Europe Workshop
- year: 2008
title: "Urban Reconstruction in Late Ottoman Belgrade: De-Ottomanization and Questioning Cosmopolitanism"
details: "Living Together: Plurality and Cosmopolitanism in the Ottoman Empire and Beyond Summer Academy, Istanbul"

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rm cv.md
pandoc --template=template.markdown -o cv.md details.yml
make
scp -q cv.md root@loshmi.net:/var/www/html/user/pages/04.cv/page.en.md
scp -q output.pdf root@loshmi.net:/var/www/html/user/pages/04.cv/cv.pdf
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