20 septembre 2018
Par Émilie Fort (doctorante)
This article deals with the effectiveness of power-sharing arrangements and how they influence the identity building process in the particular case of Kosovo Serbs. Based on original data collected during a nine-month fieldwork conducted by the author in Kosovo Serbs villages, this paper aims to present local dynamics of everyday resistance to power-sharing arrangements and their implications. I argue that ordinary people’s everyday resistance to power-sharing provisions engenders a marginalization process, which contributes to the emergence of multiple Serbian identities within the Kosovo entity.
Article complet, Ethnopolitics, Août 2018