The publishing house Clio, with the support of TRADUKI, organised several promotions with Jürgen Kocka, whose book Capitalism: A Short History has been published in Serbian. The events with the renowned social historian from Berlin attracted a lot of audience and media attention. Kocka gave interviews for the newspapers Danas (Jirgen Koka: Marks je bio intelektualni div) and Vreme (Kapitalizam nije kriv za sve), while the radio station Belgrade 3 devoted to him and his work one emission of the Tribine program.
“Lifelong Freedom” – this expression, inspired from the freedom discourse of Serbian surrealists from the beginning of the 20th century was the topic of the 4th Mobile Writers’ Colony taking place in Čelobrdo, Kotor, and Budva in Montenegro from 25 September to 10 October. The project was organized by ZMUC from Belgrade and Za Druga from Petrovac and was supported by TRADUKI.
In September, the Serbian writer Dragoljub Stanković began his four-week residency in Sarajevo – a visit that was of huge personal importance to him, as he is reflecting in his works, above all in his latest novel Beogradski kiklop [The Cyclops of Belgrade], with the events of 1990s, thus also the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.