European Dis/integration in Times of Complexity: Reassembling Europe in the 2014 Protests and Plenums in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Senka Neuman-Stanivukovic*

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    This paper problematizes European dis/integration from the location of Southeast Europe, particularly social and political struggles of the 2014 protests and plenums in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The European project is understood as a product of multiple assemblages to transgress various binaries that
    capture the European Union as a unitary entity and define the conceptual work on European integration and disintegration. In its central argument, the paper suggests that the political and everyday practices and claims articulated by the protests and plenums help us rethink the peripherality of Bosnia and Herzegovina vis-à-vis the European project and therefore also the spatiotemporal and institutional boundaries of the European project.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)529-542
    Number of pages14
    JournalJournal of Contemporary European Studies
    Issue number4
    Publication statusPublished - 2019


    • European disintegration
    • assemblage thinking
    • Southeast Europe
    • protests and plenums in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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