Да ли је културна интимност пресудна? Симит Сараји на Обилићевом венцу у Београду: хетеротипија, не-место и место „других“

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Ослањајући се на обновљено академско интересовање за проучавање српско-турских односа, у овом тексту говоримо о сложености османског наслеђа у српском урбаном окружењу кроз његове културно-симболичке и антрополошке димензије. Конкретно, у тексту се истражују значења која стоје иза негативног става Београђана према турском ланцу кафића Симит Сараји. Користимо се концептом културне интимности Мајкла Херцфелда о „разумевању изнутра“ онога што „даје смисао одређеном простору“, илуструјући га значењима уобичајеног дискурса која обликују искуства Београђана са тако интимним ʻдругим’ као што је ова турска франшиза.


Кључне речи: Културна интимност, хетеротопија, место ʻдругих’, Симит Сараји, Београд




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TOURNOIS, Laurent; ĐERIĆ, Gordana. Да ли је културна интимност пресудна? Симит Сараји на Обилићевом венцу у Београду: хетеротипија, не-место и место „других“. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 69, n. 2, p. 457–476, sep. 2021. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
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