Svjetlan Lacko Vidulic

is a lecturer in German literature at the University of Zagreb. His research interests include the cultural history of love, literary links between Germany and the southern Slavic countries, and literary representations of Yugoslavian wars. His volume of short stories Muke Mikuline (“The Agonies of Mikula”, 2005) was awarded the Best Debut prize of the Croatian Writers’ Association.


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The memory landscape of the SFRY

Our view of the past is tarnished by our ancestors’ suffering or success. Svjetlan Lacko Vidulic approaches post-Yugoslav memory via family history, on the premise that talking openly about inherited bias can break down fossilized patterns of thought and promote inter-memorial dialogue.

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