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Leipzig, goEast, Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Zeughauskino) and film critic (senses of cinema, Sight & Sound, Ray, taz, Kolik, Filmdienst, EPD film). Recent publications (as co-editor): Digital Formalism. Die kalkulierten Bilder des Dziga Vertov (3/2009), Kino! No. 10: Partizanski Film (2010). Zimmermann, Tanja, junior professor of Slavic Literatures and General Literature at the University of Konstanz. Habilitation also in Art History. Main fields of interests: media policy, memory cultures, literature, art and media in 19th and 20th century in Eastern Europe

From Memoir to Fiction. Early Yugoslav Partisan Narratives Revisited1 STIJN VERVAET INTRODUCTION: MEMOIRS INTO FICTION, OR HOW TO ESTABLISH A MEMORY CULTURE The postwar years in socialist Yugoslavia saw the production of an enor- mous quantity of testimonial literature devoted to the NOB (Narodnooslo- bodilačka borba, The People’s Liberation Struggle), as the Partisan war against the Nazi occupiers and their auxiliaries was called. Apart from the memoirs of people with a leading function, such as the war diaries of Vla- dimir Dedijer (Dnevnik, 1945-46) or

2017; Srbija i demokratija 1904-1913, Belgrade 2019. Tanja Zimmermann, professor of history of art with a focus on East, Central East and South East Europe at the University of Leipzig. Research interest: memory cultures, art policy, cultural transfer between East andWest Europe, Russian Avant- garde art, art in communism, comics. Recent publications: Der Balkan zwischen Ost undWest. Mediale Bilder und kulturpolitische Prägungen, Wien, Köln,Weimar 2014; co- editor: Räume der Kunst. Ausstellungspraktiken im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert, Leipzig 2017; Ethos und Pathos

, Wien/Köln/Weimar: Böhlau 2014, 174-201. SLOVENE PARTISAN STORY | 317 of Yugoslavia. This contribution has therefore to be read in connection with other essays of this collection in order to compare and to link the shaping of Partisan narratives in Slovenia with the one(s) in the Yugoslav state as a whole and in its other single parts. SLOVENE PARTISAN NARRATIVES AND SLOVENE INTELLECTUALS TODAY The ‘clash’ of memory cultures that followed the dissolution of Yugoslavia has also led to numerous discussions on the Partisan narrative in Slovenia. These are taking

far from fortuitous: “Life only assumes the form of the past on which a memory culture can be built through its end, through its irremediable discontinuity” (Assman 2011: 19, originally Assman 1992). Jakiv represents a generalised image of the peasant culture of Western Polissia in 20th-century Ukraine.1 This region witnessed many of Ukraine’s key historical events. Their narration through the hero’s personal history is a valuable contribution to Ukrainian anti- and post-colonial discourse and, in general, to the development of political thought that “in


Runet in Kazakhstan: A Plea for a Cyberlinguistic Turn in Area Studies«. In: Journal of Eurasian Studies Nr. 2, 172–183. Uelmann, Dirk (2014): »The Issue of Genre in Digital Memory: What Literary Studies Can Oer to Internet and Memory Culture Research«. In: Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media Nr. 12, 1–24. http: // Uffelmann.pdf (letzter Zugri 9. März 2017). Uelmann, Dirk (2017): »Is There Any Such Thing as ‚Russophone Russophobia‘? When Russian Speakers Speak