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Free read î Metropolitan Belgrade: Culture and Class in Interwar Yugoslavia (Russian and East European Studies) 106 Ed to transnational networks after World War I as jazz film and cabaret streamed into the city from abroad during the early 1920s Belgrades middle class residents readily consumed foreign popular culture as a symbol of their participation in European metropolitan modernity The pleasures they derived from entertainment however stood at odds with their civic duty of promoting highbrow culture and nurturing the Serbian nation within the Yugoslav state Ultimately middle class Belgr.

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Free read î Metropolitan Belgrade: Culture and Class in Interwar Yugoslavia (Russian and East European Studies) 106 Winner of theMihajlo Misa DjordjevicBook Prizeawarded by the North American Society for Serbian StudiesMetropolitan Belgrade presents a sociocultural history of the city as an entertainment mecca during the 1920s and 1930s It unearths the ordinary and extraordinary leisure activities that captured the attention of urban residents and considers the broader role of popular culture in interwar society As the capital of the newly unified Yugoslavia Belgrade became increasingly link.

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Free read î Metropolitan Belgrade: Culture and Class in Interwar Yugoslavia (Russian and East European Studies) 106 Aders learned to reconcile their leisured indulgences by defining them as bourgeois refinement But as they endowed foreign entertainment with higher cultural value they marginalized Yugoslav performers and their lower class patrons from urban life Metropolitan Belgrade tells the story of the Europeanization of the capitals middle class and how it led to spatial segregation cultural stratification and the destruction of the Yugoslav entertainment industry during the interwar yea.

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  • 27 February 2020
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