Denis S. Ermolin ; Peter the Great Museum low bp and viagra of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Russian Academy of Sciences
The paper is devoted to studying current strategies in the transformation of cultural landscape in postwar Kosovo. I regard cultural landscape, i.e. a piece of Earth’s surface deliberately shaped by man, as an extension of the so-called socially constructed reality (Berger and Luckmann, 1966). In some cases ventolin inhaler canada pharmacy this symbolization is a strategic part of a nation-building project, or just a way to declare one’s own presence, identity, or affiliation. The creation of new heroes is one of the initial steps within the strategies of a nation-building process, as it forms an essential prerequisite for the feeling of a common and shared history. This article analyses the spectrum of personalities symbolically viagra generic welcomed in Kosovo since the 1990s. The Republic of Kosovo is de jure a multiethnic society consisting of tadalafil vs cialis Albanian, Serbian, and other communities, and is presented as such to the international community. However, the current strategies of symbolic nation-building deeply contradict the declared aspirations to build a common state and national identity among all of the peoples living in Kosovo. My aim is to negotiate the strategies of memorialization in postwar Kosovo with a focus on this balancing between civic (as desired) and ethnic (as de facto realized) models of nation-building. The data for the generic forms of cialis study were collected during several fieldwork trips in Kosovo (2010-2014).
Kosovo; Pristina; Symbolic Nation-building; Cultural Landscape; Commemoration