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# Personal details
name: Miloš Jovanović
address:
- Department of History
- University of California, Los Angeles
- Box 951473
- Los Angeles, CA 90095-147311
- United States of America
#phone:
#- "+310 "
#- "+381 65 9476968"
email: jovanovic@history.ucla.edu
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#urls:
# - loshmi.net
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# Sections
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#intro: "My present project, 'Empires on the Danube: History, Memory and Urban Space between Habsburg and Ottoman Cities' 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."
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interests:
- urban history, materiality, visual methods, capitalism, socialism, Eastern Europe, Habsburg empire, Ottoman empire, Balkans
education:
- year: 2016
subject: Ph.D. in History
institute: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
city: Urbana, IL (USA)
- year: 2008
subject: M.A. in History
institute: Central European University
city: Budapest (Hungary)
- year: 2007
subject: B.A. in History and International Affairs
institute: Lafayette College
city: Easton, PA (USA)
experience:
- years: 2019-
employer: University of California, Los Angeles
job: Assistant Professor, Department of History
city: Los Angeles, CA
- years: 2016-19
employer: Max Planck Institute for the Study of Ethnic and Religious Diversity
job: "Research Associate, Empires of Memory MPI Research Group"
city: Göttingen
- years: 2015-16
employer: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
job: "Instructor (Urban History)"
city: Urbana, IL
- years: 2011-12
employer: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
job: "Instructor (Global Studies)"
city: Urbana, IL
- years: 2010-12
employer: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
job: "Teaching Assistant (Western Civilization)"
city: Urbana, IL
publications:
- year: 2020
title: "What’s off-centre of empire? Introduction to the special issue (co-authored with Giulia Carabelli)"
publication: "Cultural Studies"
details: Vol 34, Issue 5, pp. 675-687
- year: 2020
title: "Laudon's Garden: Habsburg Legacy and the Warped Space of Empire"
publication: "History of the Present"
details: Vol. 10, Issue 1, pp. 28-45
- year: 2020
title: "Introduction to the Special Section Empire Off-Center (co-authored with Giulia Carabelli)"
publication: "History of the Present"
details: Vol. 10, Issue 1, pp. 5-8
- year: 2020
title: "Sharpening the Haze: Visual Essays on Imperial History and Memory"
publication: "London: Ubiquity Press"
details: co-edited with Giulia Carabelli, Annika Kirbis and Jeremy F. Walton
- year: 2019
title: "Whitewashed Empire: Historical Narrative and Place Marketing in Vienna"
publication: History & Anthropology
details: Vol. 30, No . 4, pp. 460-476
- 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: No. 5 Vol. 2, pp. 187-206
- year: 2013
title: "The City in Our Hands: Urban Management and Contested Modernity in Nineteenth Century Belgrade"
publication: Urban History
details: Vol. 40 No. 1 pp. 32-50
- year: 2009
title: "Taming the Tavern: Social Space and Government Regulation in 19th Century Belgrade"
publication: "Godišnjak za društvenu istoriju - Annual for Social History"
details: Year XVI Vol. 3 pp. 57-68
awards:
- year: 2015
title: Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities
details: Graduate Fellow
- year: 2013
title: Social Science Research Council
details: International Dissertation Research Fellowship
- year: 2013
title: American Research Center in Sofia
details: Research Fellow
- year: 2012
title: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
details: Mary Jane Luecker Graduate Fellow
- year: 2010
title: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
details: Summer Dissertation Proposal Grant
- year: 2008
title: European University Institute
details: Marc Bloch Prize in Early Modern and Modern European History
- year: 2008
title: Central European University
details: Academic Pro-Rectors Excellence Award
talks:
- year: 2022
title: "Nostalgic Refractions: Ottoman Afterlives in the Balkan Cityscape"
details: "Invited lecture. Boğaziçi University, Istanbul"
- year: 2021
title: "Preliminary Comments on Active (citizen), 2020 dir. Piotr Goldstein & Jan Lorenz"
details: "Film Discussant. Association of Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA"
- year: 2021
title: "Historicism or the Cultural Logic of Postsocialist Capitalism in Belgrade"
details: "Our Daily Byzantium: Medieval Heritage, Nation-building and Politics in Serbia, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, University of Oxford"
- year: 2021
title: "Waterfront: a post-Ottoman post-socialist story"
details: "Screening and discussion. Melikian Center for Russian, Eurasian and East European Studies, Arizona State University"
- year: 2019
title: "Waterfront: a post-Ottoman post-socialist story"
details: Screening and discussion. Institute of Geography and Sustainability, University of Lausanne
- year: 2019
title: "Waterfront: a post-Ottoman post-socialist story"
details: "Screening and Discussion. Alle School of Fine Arts and Design, Addis Ababa University"
- year: 2019
title: "Waterfront: a post-Ottoman post-socialist story"
details: Screening and Roundtable. Center for Policy Studies and CEU Yugo-Region Research Group, Central European University, Budapest
- year: 2019
title: "Refractive Nostalgia: Ottoman Urban Space and Memory in Belgrade and Sofia, 1850-1939"
details: Liberalism and its Critics Workshop, Lichtenberg Kolleg, Göttingen
- 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
- year: 2017
title: "Whitewashed Empire: Historical Narrative and Place Marketing in Vienna"
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 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
- year: 2015
title: "Modernizing Belgrade and Sofia: The Experience of Reconstruction in the Balkans (1830-1912)"
details: Institut d'ethnologie méditerranéenne, européenne et comparative. Aix-en-Provence
- year: 2012
title: "Empire, military and modern urbanism in Habsburg Sarajevo and Russian Sofia (1878-9)"
details: European Association for Urban History Conference, Prague
- 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"
community:
- year: 2014
activity: "Urban Agriculture and Political Ecology – A Historical Perspective"
details: Petnica Science Center, Valjevo
- year: 2013
activity: "Urban and/or Bourgeois History? The Study of Balkan City Life as Critique"
details: Social Center Haspel, Sofia
- year: 2012
activity: "Intro to Urban Studies - Weeklong public course employing self-education and critical pedagogy methods"
details: Kabinet Social Center, Belgrade
- year: 2011
activity: Belgrade Chronicle Television Interview by Nataša Ristić
details: Radio Television of Serbia, Channel 1
- year: 2011
activity: "Teheran in My Vehicle: Historical Memory, Urban Development and Socially-Responsible Public Transportation"
details: Mikser Public Festival, Belgrade
- year: 2011
activity: "Open Urbanism Manifesto, author"
details: Imamo Plan activist group, Belgrade
languages:
- language: Bosnian-Serbian-Croatian-Montenegrin
proficiency: native
- language: Bulgarian
proficiency: fluent
- language: German
proficiency: research
- language: Spanish
proficiency: research
- language: Italian
proficiency: research
- language: Russian
proficiency: can read with dictionary
- language: Turkish
proficiency: can read with dictionary
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