This project attempts to discover the roots of the anarchist movement and reveal any connections to the punk subculture (both historic and contemporary) that emerged in Slovenia in the late 1970s and propagated throughout the federate republics. Given the unique economic history and geopolitical significance of the SFR Yugoslavia, there is a discussion of how anarchism differs in the Yugoslav successor states today (specifically Croatia) from other countries on the European continent. Punk is discussed as an alternative to nationalism and personal stories of anarchist identification are recorded herein.
Political Science | Politics and Social Change
Lambert, Jeff, "Resistant Cultures: Punk Identity and Anarchist Resistance in Three Yugoslav Successor States" (2007). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 230.