ZNAČAJ ISTRAŽIVANJA ISTORIJSKOG PROCESA REVALORIZIRANJA NACIONALNOG IDENTITETA MUSLIMANA U SOCIJALISTIČKOJ JUGOSLAVIJI (1956–1971) / THE IMPORTANCE OF RESEARCHING THE HISTORICAL PROCESS OF REVALUATING THE MUSLIMS' NATIONAL IDENTITY IN SOCIALIST YUGOSLAVIA
Keywords:socialist Yugoslavia, Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Muslim people, Central Committee of the League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 17th Session of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina, population census of 1971, Josip Broz Tito, Branko Mikulić
After defending her doctoral dissertation at Uppsala University in 2016, Dr. Iva Lučić edited the book In the Name of the Nation, translated from German into Bosnian by professor Sulejman Bosto. The book presents a comprehensive historical research of the genesis of the Muslim nation recognition in socialist Yugoslavia during the period 1956–1971. Based on the study of archival material in the institutions of the Yugoslav Federation and the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as an insight into the reference literature, Dr. Iva Lučić scientifically elaborates one of the crucial historical questions for the development of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s statehood. It is about the recognition of the Muslim’s national subjectivity, which during the several decades course led to a positive historical outcome at the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s 17th Session and at the implementation of the Yugoslav population census of 1971. In the book’s final part, Dr. Iva Lučić does a comprehensive historical and sociological-political synthesis of the wholeness of her research. The scientific findings released by Dr. Iva Lučić represent a contribution to the study and establishment of contemporary political history of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 20th century.
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