Publication "A look towards Belgrade suburbs in the 20th century or instructions for a broken time machine"

<p>The&nbsp;brochure presents, in a short and simple manner, the development, stagnation or degradation of dominant housing policies affecting a part of 20<sup>th</sup>&nbsp;century Belgrade. It&nbsp;presents those movements in a chronological manner, noting that at this specific, mapped location, the path they take is more similar to the trajectory of some sort of a broken time machine.&nbsp; That is a necessity of the&nbsp;walking tour through the broken historical landscape of a part of the Belgrade municipality of Zvezdara, near the Monument to Vuk Karadžić (the largest part of which is known as Bulbuder).</p>

<p>This&nbsp;tracking&nbsp;and publication are only a template for an investigative or activist approach to the subject and the way in which such a heterogenous urban landscape can be viewed and understood. The publication will touch upon different housing policies in 20<sup>th</sup>&nbsp;century Belgrade, with a focus on the outskirts of the city. In categorizing the purpose of housing construction we will be keeping to an informal scheme (p. 8) which presents, in a simplified manner, the principles and models of housing/construction in the 20th century, by separating them into two key types and three periods: pre-World War Two capitalism in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, socialism and post-Yugoslav capitalism. In this scheme, key terms are profit-oriented housing construction, individual housing construction and state/social/public housing construction.</p>

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