13 Mar Milan Vukašinović on Heritage Management, Memory Politics and Nation-building in Serbia
Follow the exciting life of a charter, from a medieval monastery on Mont Athos to a bronze monument in central Belgrade. Why don’t the kings let the librarians do their job? How do we fit a complex life and a controversial historical figure into a monument? Can nameless beekepers also build a state?
Read more about all of this in a new blog post on the Nordic Byzantine Network Blog.
The text Ink, Bronze, and Blood of the Nation: Living in Medieval Serbia Today is written as an announcement for an online Oxford – Uppsala event held on March 25th, 2021. You can access the recording of the event below.