How Long Does The ‘Post’ Last? Spatial Dynamics in Post-Socialist Transition
How long does the 'post' last? In order to answer this question, we should also investigate when has the post begun? 'Post' is from today’s perspective regarded as homogeneous process, but the aim of this introductory session would be to question this opinion having in mind specific historical and cultural context of various Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) countries that are nowadays regarded as post-socialist. Therefore, having in mind different social, cultural and historical circumstances of various countries, territories and cities that are nowadays called post-socialist, this session should examine special local contexts that preceded the post period. This session welcomes diverse perspectives of spatial dynamics explored with special emphasis on the processes of morphogenesis. Through examination of these processes running on different spatial levels, studies within this session should finally shed a new light on the beginning of transitional spatial dynamics and try to predict when or if the post will ever be finished.
Dr. Milica Miloević, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Serbia;
Dr. Milica Milojević is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Urbanism. She has co-authored several competition works, urban projects, urban plans and exhibitions. As a part of scholarship she was involved in scientific projects organized by the Faculty of Architecture and Ministry of Education, Science and Technological development of Republic of Serbia.
Dr. Mladen Pešić, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Serbia;
Dr. Mladen Pešić is a teaching assistant. His research is generally focused on visual display, spatial representation and memory. As a part of scholarship he was involved in scientific projects organized by Faculty of Architecture and Ministry of Education, Science and Technological development of Republic of Serbia.