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izv. prof. dr. sc. Nebojša Blanuša
Title:Associate Professor
Internal phone number:2009
E-mail: E-mail
Department: The Faculty of Political Science
Graduation year:1999
mr.sc. graduation year:2004
PhD graduation year:2009
Employed in this institution since:2000

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List of select publications

Monographies and edited volumes:

2011: Teorije zavjera i hrvatska politička zbilja 1980 – 2007. Zagreb: Plejada / Conspiracy Theories and Croatian political reality 1980 – 2007.

2016: co-editorship of the book with Zlatan Krajina: EU, Europe Unfinished Europe and the Balkans in a Time of Crisis. London & New York: Rowman & Littlefield International.

2017: editorship of the special issue of the Croatian Political Science Review Faces of Cultural Trauma (Vol. 54: 1-2)

2021: editorship of the book Conspiracy Theories and the Balkans. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group (under submission)

 

Selected book chapters:

2021:   Blanuša, Nebojša; Denkovski, Ognjan; Fidanovski, Кristijan; Gjoneska, Biljana EU-related Conspiracy Theories in the Western Balkans: Gravitating Between Rejecting and Embracing Europe through Eurovilification and Eurofundamentalism // Europe: Continent of Conspiracies: Conspiracy Theories in and about Europe / Önnerfors, Andreas; Krouwel André (eds.) / Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group, pp. (in press).

2020: Dissolution of Yugoslavia as a conspiracy and its haunting returns:  Narratives of internal and external othering. // Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe: Tropes and Trends / Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group, pp. 147-166.

2020: Conspiracy theories in and about the Balkans. // Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories / Butter, Michael; Knight, Peter (eds). Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group, pp. 596-609.

2020: Blanuša, Nebojša; Hristov, Todor Psychoanalysis, Critical Theory and Conspiracy theory. // Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories / Butter, Michael ; Knight, Peter (eds). Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group, pp. 67-80.

2019: Castanho Silva, Bruno; Andreadis, Ioannis; Anduiza, Eva; Blanuša, Nebojša; Morlet Corti, Yazmin; Delfino, Gisela; Rico, Guillem; Ruth-Lovell, Saskia P; Spruyt, Bram; Steenbergen, Marco; Littvay, Levente Public opinion surveys: a new measure. // The Ideational Approach to Populism: Concept, Theory, and Analysis / Hawkins, Kirk A ; Carlin, Ryan E ; Littvay, Levente ; Rovira Kaltwasser, Cristóbal (ur.). Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, Francis & Taylor Group, pp. 150-177

2016:   Can Western Europe Be at Home in the Balkans? Coautorship with Slavenka Drakulić, David Morley and Zlatan Krajina. In Zlatan Krajina & Nebojša Blanuša (eds.) EU, Europe Unfinished Europe and the Balkans in a Time of Crisis. London & New York: Rowman & Littlefield International: 217 – 237.

2015:   Croatia between the “return” to Europe and the “remaining” in the Balkans. In Pero Maldini and Davor Pauković (eds.) Croatia and the European Union. Farnham: Ashgate: 62-92.

2015:   Crypts and Phantoms of Croatian War Film. In Zoran Kurelić (ed.) Violence, Art and Politics. Zagreb: Faculty of Political Science.

 

Selected journal articles:

2021:   Investigating the Links Between Cultural Values and Belief in Conspiracy Theories: the Key Roles of Collectivism and Masculinity, Political Psychology (in co-authorship with other 40 authors). DOI: 10.31234/osf.io/nzg7x

2018:   Hate Speech, Extreme Speech And Politics Of Memory: Survey Research On Croatian Citizens’ Attitudes. Politička misao 55(4): 176-202.

2018:   The Deep State Between the (Un)Warranted Conspiracy Theory and Structural Element of Political Regimes?  Critique and Humanism. 48 (2): 63-82.

2017:   Trauma and Taboo: Forbidden political Questions in Croatia. Croatian Political Science Review. 54:1-2: 170-196.

2015:   Political Cynicism and Kynicism of Croatian Citizens. Profiles of Political Thinking            and Behavior. European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities. 4:3, 1-29.

2014: Political Unconscious of Croatia and the EU: tracing the Yugoslav syndrome through Fredric Jameson's lenses. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. 16:2, 196 – 222.

2013: Internal memory divided: Conspiratorial thinking, ideological and historical cleavages in Croatia – lessons for Europe. European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities. 2:4.

2011:   Depathologized Conspiracy Theories and Cynical Reason: Discursive Positions and Phantasmatic Structures. Politička misao, (48) 1: 94-107.