Title "Religion in a Multinational State: The Case of Yugoslavia" in Dejan Djokic (ed.), Yugoslavism: Histories of a Failed Idea, 1918-1992.
Author Radić, Radmila
Publisher London: Hurst & Company
Annotation In this short essay Radmila Radić, who is the leading authority (within Serbia) on religious and church issues in Yugoslavia, provides a concise overview of the relationship between the Yugoslav state and its three main religious institutions: the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Roman Catholic Church and the Muslim community. In a rather descriptive manner the author points out the main moments of collision between the state and religious institutions throughout the entire period of the existence of Yugoslavia. Although the essay lacks deep analytical insights, it is a rare example of the work of local historians available in English.
Author of Annotation Maria Falina
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