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Photo: Robert Goddyn
writes on Yugoslavian history and politics

Aleksa Djilas

Aleksa Djilas is a writer, sociologist, historian and television presenter. He studied philosophy at the universities of Belgrade, Vienna and Graz, and sociology at Birkbeck College in London and the London School of Economics. Owing to the support he gave to dissidents and political prisoners, he was granted asylum in the United Kingdom between 1980 and 1990. Among his best-known books are The Contested Country: Yugoslav Unity and Communist Revolution, 1919-1953 (1991) and Najteze pitanje. Eseji (‘The Hardest Question. Essays’, 2005).

Published in

Journal Nexus
2018

Nexus 79

Brief aan mijn leraar
Journal Nexus
2014

Nexus 67

School der beschaving
Journal Nexus
2012

Nexus 60

Verborgen schatten van het Europees humanisme
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 37

Brieven
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 36

Vrijheid en tirannie
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 34

De queeste van het leven Deel II. Het Kwaad
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 30-31

Na 11 september. Eigentijdse en oneigentijdse beschouwingen
Journal Nexus
2010 or Earlier

Nexus 26

Kosmopolitisme

Speaker at

Conference

The Idea of Europe

Past, Present and Future

2 October 2004 09.30 - 20.00 Palac Prymasowski, Warschau

Conference

Part II. Evil

The Quest for Life

11 June 2002 9.20 - 21.45 Tilburg University

Conference

Nexus Conference 1999

No Place for Cosmopolitans?

8 October 1999 9.35 - 21.45 Tilburg University