HIGHLIGHTS

Diary of a Serbophile, HIGHLIGHTS
December 6, 2022 • SAN ISSUE 26 - Jesen/Fall 2021

Said out loud, it sounds like I’ve invoked something negative, almost pejorative. Hard heads who won’t budge in the face of certain doom: this colours the West’s analysis of inat’s manifestation in the recent wars. Conceptually unique to the ‘Slavs of the South’, and translating poorly to “spite“ in its Serbian form and “stubbornness“ in its Turkish root, it has the character of an epithet given by the occupying oppressor, dismissive of ‘irrational’ resistance to their imposed authority.

Article by Sale Dugokosi
Business & Career & Finances, HIGHLIGHTS
December 21, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 21 - Summer/Лето 2020

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Article by Vesna Vojvodić
Business & Career & Finances, HIGHLIGHTS
November 6, 2021 • SAN ISSUE 23 - Winter/Зима 2021

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Article by Tino Brelak
HIGHLIGHTS, History and Traditions, Our Kitchen
October 10, 2020 • SAN ISSUE 18 - Fall 2019.

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Article by Tamara Milicic-Grbic
HIGHLIGHTS, History and Traditions
January 1, 2016 • SAN ISSUE 3 - Winter 2016

The ancient Slavs have always had a deep reverence for nature, especially towards trees. Once, there was even an old Serbian custom to kneel in front of a tree before it was cut down, asking it for forgiveness. However, this has almost completely disappeared from practicein modern times.

Article by Svetlana Stankic
HIGHLIGHTS, History and Traditions, Our Kitchen
July 1, 2015 • SAN ISSUE 1 - Summer/Лето 2015

The Slava is the protector of the home – it is the family hearth, a helper in every task, one of God’s great blessings, and the guardian of each member of the household, especially children.

Article by Mila Savicevic