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Journal Articles

Mihelj, S and Jiménez-Martínez, C (2020) Digital nationalism: understanding the role of digital media in the rise of ‘new’ nationalism, Nations and Nationalism, ISSN: 1354-5078. DOI: 10.1111/nana.12685.

Stetka, V, Mihelj, S, Toth, F (2020) The impact of news consumption on anti-immigration attitudes and populist party support in a changing media ecology, Political Communication, ISSN: 1058-4609. DOI: 10.1080/10584609.2020.1820647.

Wang, Y and Mihelj, S (2019) A socialist superwoman for the new era: Chinese television and the changing ideals of femininity, Feminist Media Histories, 5(3), pp.36-59, DOI: 10.1525/fmh.2019.5.3.36.

Mihelj, S, Leguina, A, Downey, J (2019) Culture is digital: Cultural participation, diversity and the digital divide, New Media and Society, 21(7), pp.1465-1485, ISSN: 1461-4448. DOI: 10.1177/1461444818822816.

Mihelj, S and Stanyer, J (2018) Theorizing media, communication and social change: towards a processual approach, Media, Culture and Society, ISSN: 0163-4437. DOI: 10.1177/0163443718810926.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2017) Television and the shaping of transnational memories: a cold war history, Image & Narrative, 18(1), pp.33-44, ISSN: 1780-678X.

Huxtable, S, Mihelj, S, Bardan, A, Szostak, S (2017) Festive television in the socialist world: From media events to media holidays, Journal of Popular Television, 5(1), ISSN: 2046-9861. DOI: 10.1386/jptv.5.1.49_1.

Castello, E and Mihelj, S (2017) Selling and consuming the nation: understanding consumer nationalism, Journal of Consumer Culture, 18(4), pp.558-576, ISSN: 1469-5405. DOI: 10.1177/1469540517690570.

Mihelj, S, Antonsich, M, Mavroudi, E (2016) Building Inclusive Nations in the Age of Migration, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 2016, pp.1-21, ISSN: 1547-3384. DOI: 10.1080/1070289X.2016.1148607.

Mihelj, S and Stanyer, J (2016) Taking time seriously? Theorizing and researching change in communication and media studies, Journal of Communication, 66(2), pp.266-279, ISSN: 1460-2466. DOI: 10.1111/jcom.12218.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2016) The politics of privacy on state socialist television, International Journal of Communication, ISSN: 1932-8036.

Mihelj, S (2016) Memory, post-socialism and the media: nostalgia and beyond, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 20(3), ISSN: 1367-5494.

Szostak, S and Mihelj, S (2016) Coming to terms with communist propaganda: post-communism, memory and generation, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 20(3), ISSN: 1460-3551. DOI: 10.1177/1367549416682247.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2015) The Challenge of Flow: State Socialist Television between Revolutionary Time and Everyday Time, Media, Culture & Society, 38(3), pp.332-348, DOI: 10.1177/0163443715594869.

Mihelj, S and Bourdon, J (2015) Doing audience history: Questions, sources, methods, European Journal of Communication, 30(1), pp.3-6, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323114565743.

Mihelj, S (2015) Audience history as a history of ideas: towards a transnational history, European Journal of Communication, 30(1), pp.19-34, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323114555825.

Mihelj, S and Bourdon, J (2015) Doing audience history: questions, sources, methods, European Journal of Communication, 30(1), pp.1-93, ISSN: 0267-3231.

Mihelj, S and Downey, J (2015) A response to Anders Todal Jenssen's, Sandra B. Hrvatin's and Brankica Petković's comments on central and eastern European media in a comparative perspective. Politics, economy and culture: Complex causality and the value of quantitative indicators in comparative media research, Southeastern Europe, 39(1), pp.113-121, ISSN: 0094-4467. DOI: 10.1163/18763332-03901007.

Mihelj, S (2014) Television Histories in (Post)Socialist Europe, Journal of European Television, History and Culture, 3(5), pp.1-150.

Mihelj, S (2014) The persistence of the past: memory, generational cohorts and the 'Iron Curtain', CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN HISTORY, 23(3), pp.447-468, ISSN: 0960-7773. DOI: 10.1017/S0960777314000228.

Mihelj, S (2014) Understanding Socialist Television, Television Histories in (Post)Socialist Europe, 3(5), pp.7-7, DOI: 10.18146/2213-0969.2014.jethc051.

Mihelj, S (2014) Understanding Socialist television: concepts, objects, methods, VIEW: Journal of European Television History and Culture, 3(5), pp.7-16.

Mihelj, S (2013) Coca-Cola Socialism: The Americanization of Yugoslav Popular Culture in the 1960s, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 28(6), pp.720-722, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323113505801c.

Slavtcheva-Petkova, V and Mihelj, S (2013) Europe - a default or a dream? European identity formation among Bulgarian and English children, Ethnicities, 13(5), pp.565-583, ISSN: 1468-7968. DOI: 10.1177/1468796812465722.

Downey, J, Mihelj, S, Koenig, T (2012) Comparing public spheres: Normative models and empirical measurements, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 27(4), pp.337-353, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323112459447.

Zhang, M and Mihelj, S (2012) Hong Kong identity and the press-politics dynamics: A corpus-assisted discourse study, Asian Journal of Communication, 22(5), pp.506-527, ISSN: 0129-2986. DOI: 10.1080/01292986.2012.701315.

Mihelj, S (2012) From public service to tele-reality: a cultural history of European television, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 27(2), pp.195-197, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323112441295.

Mihelj, S (2012) The Greengrocer and His TV: The Culture of Communism after the 1968 Prague Spring, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 27(1), pp.101-103, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323111433414.

Mihelj, S, van Zoonen, L, Vis, F (2011) Cosmopolitan communication online: YouTube responses to the anti-Islam film Fitna, British Journal of Sociology, 62(4), pp.613-632, ISSN: 0007-1315. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-4446.2011.01383.x.

Mihelj, S (2011) Imperial myths between nationalism and communism: Appropriations of imperial legacies in the north-eastern adriatic during the early cold war, European History Quarterly, 41(4), pp.634-656, ISSN: 0265-6914. DOI: 10.1177/0265691411418750.

Mihelj, S (2011) Negotiating Cold War Culture at the Crossroads of East and West: Uplifting the Working People, Entertaining the Masses, Cultivating the Nation, COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIETY AND HISTORY, 53(3), pp.509-539, ISSN: 0010-4175. DOI: 10.1017/S0010417511000235.

Vis, F, Van Zoonen, EA, Mihelj, S (2011) Women responding to the anti-Islam film Fitna: voices and acts of citizenship on YouTube, Feminist Review, 97, pp.110-129.

Van Zoonen, EA, Mihelj, S, Vis, F (2011) YouTube interactions between agonism, antagonism and dialogue: video responses to the anti-Islam film Fitna, New Media and Society, Online first, June 16, tba.

Pankov, M, Mihelj, S, Bajt, V (2011) Nationalism, Gender, and the Multivocality of War Discourse in Television News, Media, Culture & Society, 33(7), pp.1043-60.

van Zoonen, L, Vis, F, Mihelj, S (2010) Performing citizenship on YouTube: Activism, satire and online debate around the anti-Islam video Fitna, Critical Discourse Studies, 7(4), pp.249-262, ISSN: 1740-5904. DOI: 10.1080/17405904.2010.511831.

Mihelj, S and Senjković, R (2010) Socialist popular cultures between folklore and nationalism, Narodna Umjetnost, 47(1), pp.111-114, ISSN: 0547-2504.

Mihelj, S (2009) Between Sacred and Profane: Researching Religion and Popular Culture, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 24(1), pp.114-116, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/02673231090240010604.

Mihelj, S, Bajt, V, Pankov, M (2009) Television News, Narrative Conventions and National Imagination, Discourse and Communication, 3(1), pp.57-78.

Mihelj, S (2009) Gordon Lynch (ed.), Between Sacred and Profane: Researching Religion and Popular Culture, European Journal of Communication, 24(1), pp.114-116, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/02673231090240010604.

Mihelj, S (2008) National media events From displays of unity to enactments of division, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES, 11(4), pp.471-488, ISSN: 1367-5494. DOI: 10.1177/1367549408094983.

Mihelj, S (2008) The body of war: Media, ethnicity, and gender in the break-up of Yugoslavia, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 23(3), pp.379-382, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/02673231080230030507.

Mihelj, S, Koenig, T, Downey, J, Stetka, V (2008) Examining newspaper debates on the EU constitution in seven European countries, EUROPEAN SOCIETIES, 10(2), pp.275-301, ISSN: 1461-6696. DOI: 10.1080/14616690701722071.

Mihelj, S (2007) The European and the national in communication research, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 22(4), pp.443-459, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323107083061.

Mihelj, S (2007) 'Faith in nation comes in different guises': modernist versions of religious nationalism, Nations and Nationalism, 13(2), pp.265-284, ISSN: 1469-8129. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8129.2007.00283.x.

Koenig, T, Mihelj, S, Downey, JW, Gencel Bek, M (2006) Media Framings of the Issue of Turkish Accession to the EU: A European or National Process?, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Sciences, 19(3), pp.149-169, ISSN: 1351-1610.

Mihelj, S (2005) God willing? Political fundamentalism in the White House, the 'War on Terror', and the echoing press, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, 20(3), pp.393-395, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/026732310502000308.

Mihelj, S (2005) What Kind of World is Symbolised by the Pope's Funeral? Labour - Saturday Supplement, p.19.

Mihelj, S (2005) Solidarity? The Utilisation of Funds for Young Researchers at ISH, Monitor ZSA, 7(1-2), pp.1-8, ISSN: 1854-0376.

Mihelj, S (2005) To be or Not to be a Part of Europe: Appropriations of the Symbolic Boarders of Europe in Slovenia, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 20(2), pp.109-128, ISSN: 0886-5655.

Mihelj, S (2003) A Report on the Research Period Spent at the Central European Unviersity (CEU) and Other Activities in Budapest in the Academic Year 2002/2003, Monitor ISH, 5(1-2), pp.317-323, ISSN: 1580-688X.

Mihelj, S (2003) Continuities and Discontinuities in Contemporary Mass Media Discourses in Slovenia: Back to the 19th Century? Echinox, 5, pp.115-136, ISSN: 1582-960X.

Mihelj, S (2002) Changing Media - Changing Europe and the Conference in Copehagen, Monitor ISH, 4(1-4), pp.317-323, ISSN: 1580-688X.

Mihelj, S (2002) 'Na lovu za 'dejanskim obcinstvom': teoretske implikacije obrata k recepciji v raziskovanju mnozicnih medijev' [On the Hunt for 'Actual Audiences': Theoretical Implications of the Turn towards Reception in Media Studies, Monitor ISH 4 (1-4), pp.71-89, ISSN: 1580-688X.

Mihelj, S (2001) Televisual Construction of the 20th Century: At the Dawn of a New Era, Monitor ISH, 3(1-2), pp.8-9, ISSN: 1580-688X.

Mihelj, S (2001) Rethinking Literary History: A Comparative History of Literary Cultures of Latin America and East Central Europe, Monitor ISH, 3(1-2), pp.226-228, ISSN: 1580-688X.

Mihelj, S (2001) Representations of Women in Media, Media Watch, 12, pp.22-23, ISSN: 1580-8386.

Mihelj, S (2001) International Women's University, Monitor ISH, 3(1-2), pp.285-287, ISSN: 1580-688X.

Mihelj, S (2001) Epistemological Video Section: Second Year, Monitor ISH, 3(1-2), pp.271-273, ISSN: 1580-688X.

Mihelj, S (2001) Identitieti i globalizacija: Mitovi i realnost [Identities and Globalisation: Myths and Realities], Revija za sociologiju [Sociological Review], 32(3-4), pp.147-154.

Mihelj, S (2001) Struktura prostocasnih dejavnosti mladih v Kopru' [The structure of Leisure Time Activities of Youth in Koper, Annals for Istrian and Mediterranean Studies, 11(2), pp.501-518, ISSN: 1408-5348.

Mihelj, S and Krt, B (2001) Prostorski vidiki problematike mladih v Kopru [Spatial Aspects of the Youth Culture in Koper, Annals for Istrian and Mediterranean Studies, 11(2), pp.519-530, ISSN: 1408-5348.

Mihelj, S (2000) The voicing of numinous experience in the founders of symbolic lyricism, Primerjalna Knjizevnost, (2), pp.59-83, ISSN: 0351-1189.

Mihelj, S (2000) Izrekanje numinoznega pri utemeljiteljih simbolisticne lirike [The Voicing of Numinous Experience in Symbolist Poetry, Primerjalna knjizevnost [Comparative Literature], 23(2), pp.59-84.

Mihelj, S (2000) Nekateri vidiki sorodnosti literarnih in religioznih praks: ujemanje antropoloskih in (avto) poetskih predpostavk simbolisticne lirike in fenomenologije religije [Some Aspects of Similarity between Literary and Religious Practices: Correspondence between Anthropological and (Auto) Poetic Presumptions of Literary Symbolism and Phenomenology of Religion, Anthropos: casopis za sodelovanje humanisticnih in naravoslovnih ved, za psihologijo in filozofijo, 32(1-2), pp.109-132, ISSN: 0587-5161.



Conferences

Mihelj, S (2018) Networking socialist television. In ICA Communication History section preconference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Mihelj, S (2018) From media systems to media cultures. In International Communication Association annual convention, Prague, Czech Republic.

Mihelj, S and Stanyer, J (2018) Theorizing communication and social change: Towards a processual approach. In European Communication Research and Education Association, Lugano, Switzerland.

Mihelj, S (2018) Performing revolutionary history: Television as history teacher in socialist Eastern Europe. In annual convention of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies, Boston, USA. DOI: 10.17613/cx35-vt16.

Mihelj, S (2018) The Communist television revolution. In annual conference of the British Association for Film, Television and Screen Studies, Canterbury, UK.

Mihelj, S (2018) A decline of publicness? Rethinking the transformation of CEE media after 1989 [conference abstract]. In Central and Eastern European Communication and Media Conference, Szeged, Hungary.

Mihelj, S (2017) Historical audience research: Why does it matter and how should we do it?. In Communication History section preconference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, USA.

Mihelj, S (2017) Borderless screens: Television, transnationalism and the Cold War. In Cold War Mobilities and Immobilities: Entangled Histories of Postwar Eastern and Southern Europe, 1945-1989, Budapest.

Mihelj, S (2016) Media Events and Social Change. In international workshop Media, Events and Social Theory, Tampere, Finland.

Mihelj, S (2016) The television revolution: television as a domestic object in socialist Eastern Europe. In Material Cultures of Television, Hull, UK.

Mihelj, S and Stanyer, J (2016) Thinking change in communication: from modernization to mediatization. In Annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Leicester, UK.

Mihelj, S (2016) Approaches to television and nationalism: cross-country comparison, longitudinal analysis, popular culture and audience research. In international conference Prime Time Nationalism: The Role of Television Broadcast/Archives in the Aftermath of the Yugoslav Wars, Budapest, Hungary.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2016) From comparing media systems to comparing media cultures: understanding state socialist television. In annual conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Prague, Czech Republic.

Mihelj, S (2016) Beyond Cold War thinking: the past, present and future of European communication. In annual conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Prague, Czech Republic.

Mihelj, S (2015) ‘Comparing Socialist Television Cultures: The Screening Socialism Project. In international workshop Comparative Studies of Communism: Regime and Society in the Countries of Eastern Europe, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Mihelj, S (2015) Remembering the Revolution: The Transnational Memory Boom on Socialist Television. In international COST Action ISTME workshop The audiovisual production of transcultural memory in Europe, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Mihelj, S (2015) Retrieving Silences. In annual conference of the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Archives of/for the Future, Lodz, Poland.

Mihelj, S (2015) The Transnational Spaces of Communist Television. In annual conference of the British Association for Film, Television and Screen Studies, Cambridge, UK.

Mihelj, S, Bardan, A, Preutu, C, Szostak, S, Mustata, D (2015) Doing archival research on the socialist past. In Archives of/for the Future: The NECS 2015 Conference, Lodz, Poland.

Mihelj, S (2015) Screening socialism: television, memory and everyday life in late socialism. In BASEES 2015 Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK.

Mihelj, S (2015) The times, spaces and memories of socialist television. In BASEES Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2014) Socialist Television between Revolutionary Time and Everyday Life. In Making Sense of Memory and History, Seattle, N-A.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2014) Comparing Socialist Television Entertainment: Popular Television Series in Yugoslavia and the USSR. In Cold War and Entertainment Television, Paris, Paris, N-A.

Mihelj, S (2014) Understanding audiences in non-democratic societies. In 2015 European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) conference, Lisbon, Portugal.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2014) The transnational spaces of state socialist television: Soviet Union and Yugoslavia compared. In Transnational Media Relationships during the Cold War, Potsdam, Germany.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2014) Screening socialism: television and the politics of privacy and history in late socialism. In Media and the Cold War, 1975-1991, Volda, Norway.

Mihelj, S (2013) The Politics of Studying Television in Central and Eastern Europe. In European Network for Cinema and Media Studies conference, Prague, N-A.

Mihelj, S (2013) Yugoslav Broadcasting between State and Market. In Radio - das Medium der Ideologie, Konstanz, N-A.

Mihelj, S (2013) Socialist Television in Transnational Perspective: Challenges and Opportunities. In Inaugural conference of the European (Post-) Socialist Television History Network, Stockholm, N-A.

Mihelj, S (2013) The Working Class as the Author: Participation, Authority and Control. In Third Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference, Olomouc, N-A.

Mihelj, S (2013) Television Entertainment and the Privatization of Politics in Post-war Europe. In Television in Europe beyond the Iron Curtain, Erlangen, N-A.

Mihelj, S (2012) Imagining a Socialist Audience: Cultural Engineering and Its Limits. In European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) conference, Istanbul, pp.0-0.

Mihelj, S, Van Zoonen, EA, Vis, F (2011) Cosmopolitanism and the Muslim Ummah On-Line: 'YouTubers' responding to the anti-Islam film Fitna. In International Communication Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, USA 26-30th May, tba.

Mihelj, S (2011) Selling a Western Way of Life? The Politics of Popular Culture in Cold War Yugoslavia. In Visiting Scholar Roundtable Series, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA, tba.

Mihelj, S (2010) Notes on Popular Culture in Socialist Eastern Europe. In Association for Slavic, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) Convention 17-21 November, Los Angeles, US, tba.

Mihelj, S (2010) Entertaining a Socialist Nation: The Politics of Popular Television in Socialist Yugoslavia. In Association for Slavic, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) Convention 17-21 November, Los Angeles, US, tba.

Mihelj, S (2010) Responses to Ethno-cultural Diversity in European Media Systems. In (ECREA) 12-15th October, European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Hamburg, Germany, tba.

Mihelj, S, Van Zoonen, EA, Vis, F (2010) Cosmopolitanism and the Muslim Ummah On-Line: YouTubers' responding to the anti-Islam film Fitna. In Paper presented to the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Hamburg, tba.

Mihelj, S (2010) Mediated Identity in Journalistic Practice: Between the Public and the Nation. In Theorizing and Analyzing Identities in Language, Media and Society, Loughborough University, tba.

Vis, F, Van Zoonen, EA, Mihelj, S (2010) 'Fitna: the video battle. Analyzing responses to the controversial anti-Islam film on Youtube. In Islam and the Media conference, University of Colorado at Boulder 7-10 January, tba.

Van Zoonen, EA and Mihelj, S (2009) Women's voices in and around Fitna. In Paper presented at CRESC Religion, Media and Social Change symposium on Media Reception, Participation and Power, London, tba.

Mihelj, S (2009) Remembering the Cold War at the Italo-Slovenian border: Narratives of Progress and Decline. In Association for the Study of Nationalities 2009 World Convention, Columbia University, New York 23-25 April, tba.

Mihelj, S and Van Zoonen, EA (2009) Fitna, the video battle: How YouTube enables the young to perform their religious and public identities. In AHRC/ESRC Religion & Society Phase 2 Launch Conference, Lancaster, 12-14 May, tba.

Mihelj, S (2009) Between Segmentation and Integration: Media Systems and Ethno-cultural Diversity in Post-communist CEE. In Beyond East and West Two decades of Media Transformation after the Fall of Communism, Budapest, 25-27 June, tba.

Mihelj, S (2009) Media Culture East of West. In Beyond East and West Two decades of Media Transformation after the Fall of Communism, Budapest 25-27 June, tba.

Mihelj, S (2009) Bringing the nation back in: Nationhood, seriality, and global communication at the 19th Annual ASEN Conference. In Nationalism and Globalisation, LSE, London (31st March to 1st April), tba.

Van Zoonen, EA and Mihelj, S (2009) Weapons of Gender: Images of women in and against Fitna. In ECREA, Paper presented at the ECREA conference 'Media, Communication and the Spectacle, Erasmus University 26-27 November, tba.

Mihelj, S (2008) Mediating Culture at the Crossroads of East and West: Uplifting the Working People, Entertaining the Masses, Cultivating the Nation. In Divided Dreamworlds - The Cultural Cold War in the East and West, Utrecht, tba.

Mihelj, S (2008) Invited contribution to the Closing Panel. In Divided Dreamworlds - The Cultural Cold War in the East and West, Utrecht, tba.

Mihelj, S (2008) Nationalism, Media and Conflict. In Media and Conflict, Media Centar, Sarajevo 17-18, tba.

Mihelj, S (2008) Mediating Culture at the Crossroads of East and West. In Institute, HR (ed) Cultures of the Cold War, University of Sheffield, tba.

Mihelj, S (2008) National Media? Nations, States, Classes and Generations. In Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective, Sarajevo, tba.

Mihelj, S (2008) Imperial Myths between Nationalism and Communism: Appropriations of Imperial Legacies in the Julian Region during the Early Cold War. In ASN, Nation, Identity, Conflict and the State, New York, tba.

Mihelj, S (2008) Nationalism and the Cold War in the Julian Region, 1947-1954. In Ethnic Politics and the Cold War workshop, Oldenburg, tba.

Mihelj, S and Sukosd, M (2008) COST A30 East of West: Setting a New Central and Eastern European Media Research Agenda (2005-2009) 4th HERA annual conference. In European diversities - European identities and 1st European Conference for Collaborative Research (ECCHR), Strasbourg 8-9 October, tba.

Mihelj, S (2007) Encounters with the Grammar of Nationhood: Communicating Identity and Belonging in a Border Region, invited talk at the Institute of Cultural Analysis. In Part of the Seminar Series, Everyday Cultures, Diasporas, Media and Politics of Identity, Nottingham Trent University, tba.

Mihelj, S (2007) Imperial Myths and Media Landscapes of the Julian Region (1947-1954). In Organised by the EU-funded RAMSES2 Network of Excellence, Imperial Legacies and Boundaries in the Mediterranean, Ljubljana, TBA.

Mihelj, S, Bajt, V, Pankov, M (2007) Narratives of Disintegration: Analysing Television News Narratives in Times of Crisis. In Narrating the Nation: television Narratives and National Identities, Reus, tba.

Mihelj, S (2007) Media Events and National Mobilisation: Towards an Eventful Approach to Mass Communication and Collective Identity. In Media Events, Globalization and Cultural Change, Bremen, tba.

Mihelj, S (2007) Drawing the East-West Border: Mediated Discourses of the Self and the Other in the Julian Region (1947-1954). In European Cold War Cultures: Societies, media and Cold war Experience in East and West, Potsdam, tba.

Mihelj, S (2007) Beyond Identity?. In European Journal of Communication, Florence, tba.

Mihelj, S (2007) Identity, the Media and Space/Place in Post-war Trieste. In Faculty History Network's seminar series, Loughborough University, Loughborough, tba.

Mihelj, S, Koenig, T, Downey, JW, Stetka, V (2006) Mapping European Ideoscapes: Examining Newspaper Debates on the EU Constitution in Seven European Countries. In Association for the study of Nationalities Conference, Belgrade, tba.

Mihelj, S (2006) The Media and Nationalisms, East and West. In COST-funded network East of West: Setting a New Central an Eastern European Media Research Agenda, Paper, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, not known.

Koenig, T, Downey, JW, Mihelj, S (2006) Talking in Tongues about Europe? Discourses on the EU Constitutional Treaty in Six EU Countries. In Hierarchy and Power in the History of Civilization, Mowcow, Russia, tba.

Downey, JW, Koenig, T, Mihelj, S, Gencel Bek, M (2005) Is there a European Public Sphere? Newspaper Framing of the Issue of Turkey's Accession to the European Union. In First European Communication Conference, Paper, Amsterdam, not known.

Mihelj, S (2005) Symbolic Geography as a Process of Negotiation. In Les imaginaires européens/European Imagery, Paper, Cluj, Romania, not known.

Downey, JW, Koenig, T, Mihelj, S, Gencel Bek, M (2005) Is there a European Public Sphere? Newspaper Framing of the Issue of Turkey's Accession to theEuropean Union. In 7th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Paper, Torun, Poland, not known.

Mihelj, S (2005) Religion and Nationalism: The Case of Protestantism and the Slovenian Nation. In 28th Conference of the International Society for the Sociology of Religions, Paper, Zagreb, Croatia, not known.

Mihelj, S (2005) Mass Media and Nationalising States: Mass Media in the Yugoslav Successor States. In Nations - States and Xenophobias: In the Ruins of ex-Yugoslavia, Paper, Piran, Slovenia, not known.

Mihelj, S (2004) Public Uses of Protestantism in Slovenia between Religious Pluralism and Religious Nationalism (1990-2003). In 6th International Society of Religion in Central and Eastern Europe Association Conference 15 Years After, Paper, Budapest, Hungary, not known.

Mihelj, S (2004) Looking at a Global Phenomenon through a Nationalist Lens: Mass Media Representations of Non-Registered Migration inSlovenia (2000-2001). In Slovenian Communicology Association's International Conference of Young Scholars on Communication int he Global World, Paper, Ljubljana, Slovenia, not known.

Mihelj, S (2004) To Be or Not to Be a Part of Europe: Appropriations of the Imagined Borders of Europe in Slovenia in the 1990's. In Borders in a New Europe: Between History and New Challenges, Paper, Graz, Austria, not known.

Mihelj, S (2004) To Be or Not to Be a Part of Europe: Appropriations of the Imagined Boarders of Europe in Slovenia in the 1990's. In Conference, Borders in a New Europe: Between History and New Challenges, Graz, Austria, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2004) The Challenge of Global Migration and the Persistence of Nationalist Collective Imaginings in Slovenia. In Conference, 2nd NEXUS International Conference The Balkans and Globalization, Budapest, Hungary, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2004) Framing Immigration and Cuture in Eastern Europe: The Case of Slovenia. In Conference, Fifth Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting, Florence & Montecatini Terme, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2003) Appropriations of the Slovenian National Myth During the Campaign for the Plebiscite for Indepeent Slovenia in December 1990. In Nationalist Myths and Modern Media, London, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2003) Television Representation of Culture in Slovenia. In Slovenian Sociological Association, Portoro, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2003) Rituals, Nation/State: The Role of Media Rituals in Legitimizing the Independence of Slovenia. In Religious and Generation, 27th conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Turin, Italy, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2003) The Role of Mass Media in the (Re)Constitution of Slovenian National Community. In Colloquim, Collegium Budapest, Hungary, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2002) Producing Authenticity on Television: The Ideology of Realism from 19th Century Novels and Theatre to 20th Century Television and its Role in the Constitution of Imagined Communities in Contemporary Europe. In European Media, Cultural Identities and Cultural Politics, Copenhagen, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2002) La Slovenie, avant-poste de l'Europe: Construction de la frontiere entre l'ELurope et les Balkans par la representation 'des migrations clandestines' dans les media slovenes. In International Conference, Imaginary and Territorial Borders and Identities from Antiquity to Modern Times, Ljubljana, Slovenia, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2001) The Role of Media in the Construction of Imagined Communities, Landscapes and their Boarders in Slovenia: Analysis of TV Coverage of Migration in Slovenia 2001. In International Conference: Migration and Social Exclusion in South Eastern Europe, Blue Bird Project on Migration and Social Exclusion in South Eastern Europe, Dubrovnik, Croatia, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2001) Ritualizing Media - Mediating Rituals. Mediation as a Strategy of Ritualization in Contemporary Societies. In Conference, Media and Culture, Ljubljana, Slovenia, n/a.

Mihelj, S (2001) Revising Sisterhood: From Unity to Affinity, Identification in the Context of Globalized Communications: The Case of the International Women's University. In Divided Societies: Citizenship and Globalisation, Dubrovnik, Croatia, n/a.



Books

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2018) From Media Systems to Media Cultures: Understanding Socialist Television, Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 9781108525039. DOI: 10.1017/9781108525039.

Mihelj, S and Downey, J, (ed) (2012) Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective: Politics, Economy, Culture, Ashgate.

Downey, J and Mihelj, S (ed) (2012) Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective: Politics, Economy Culture, Ashgate, ISBN: 978-1-4094-3542-6.



Chapters

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2018) Revolution as memory: the “history boom” on late socialist television. In Media and the Cold War, 1975-1991, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.0-0, ISBN: 9783319983820. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-98382-0.

Mihelj, S and Huxtable, S (2018) Introduction to From media systems to media cultures: Understanding socialist television. In Unknown Parent Title, Cambridge University Press,ISBN: 9781108525039. DOI: 10.1017/9781108525039.001.

Mihelj, S (2013) The Politics of Privatization: Television Entertainment and the Yugoslav Sixties’. In Gorsuch, A and Koenker, D (ed) The Socialist Sixties: The Global Movement in the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, and Cuba. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, Indiana University Press, pp.251-267.

Mihelj, S (2013) Between segmentation and integration: Media systems and ethno-cultural diversity in central and Eastern Europe. In Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective: Politics, Economy and Culture, pp.63-89, ISBN: 9781409435426.

Mihelj, S and Downey, J (2013) Introduction comparing media systems in central and Eastern Europe: Politics, economy, culture. In Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective: Politics, Economy and Culture, pp.1-14, ISBN: 9781409435426.

Downey, J, Mihelj, S, Koenig, T, Stetka, V (2013) New and ‘old’ Europe: Explaining competing ideologies across Europe. In Mapping the European Public Sphere: Institutions, Media and Civil Society, pp.159-174, ISBN: 9780754673767.

Downey, J and Mihelj, S (2013) Conclusion. In Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective: Politics, Economy and Culture, pp.189-197, ISBN: 9781409435426.

Mihelj, S (2012) The Dreamworld of New Yugoslav Culture and the Logic of Cold War Binaries. In Romijn, P, Scott-Smith, G, Segal, J (ed) Divided Dreamworlds?, pp.97-114, ISBN: 9789089644367.

Mihelj, S (2012) Television Entertainment in Socialist Eastern Europe: Between Cold War Politics and Global Developments’. In Havens, T and Lustyik, K (ed) Popular Television in Eastern Europe During and Since Socialism, Routledge, pp.13-29, ISBN: 9780415892483.

Mihelj, S (2012) Between Empire, Nationhood and Class: Identity and Sovereignty at the Italo-Yugoslav Border, 1945-54. In Knight, R (ed) Ethnicity, Nationalism and the European Cold War, Continuum, pp.55-86, ISBN: 9781441168627.

Mihelj, S (2012) Drawing the East-West border: Narratives of modernity and identity in the northeastern Adriatic (1947-1954). In Cold War Cultures: Perspectives on Eastern and Western European Societies, pp.276-296, ISBN: 9781782383888.

Mihelj, S and Downey, J (2012) Introduction: Comparing Media Systems in Central and Eastern Europe: Politics, Economy, Culture. In Downey, J and Mihelj, S (ed) Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective: Politics, Economy Cultur, Ashgate, pp.1-14.

Mihelj, S (2012) Between Segmentation and Integration: Media Systems and Ethno-cultural Diversity in Central and Eastern Europe. In Downey, J and Mihelj, S (ed) Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective: Politics, Economy Culture, pp.63-89.

Mihelj, S (2012) Drawing the East-West Border: Narratives of Modernity and Identity in the Julian Region, 1947-1954. In Lindenberger, T, Payk, MM, Stoever, B, Vowinckel, A (ed) Cold War Cultures: Perspectives on Eastern and Western European Societies, pp.276-296.

Mihelj, S, Bajt, V, Pankov, M (2012) Reorganizing the identification matrix: Televisual construction of collective identities in the early phase of Yugoslav disintegration. In Media Discourse and the Yugoslav Conflicts: Representations of Self and Other, pp.39-59, ISBN: 9780754676294.

Mihelj, S (2011) The media and nationalism, east and west: A revision of existing debates. In Media Nationalism and European Identities, pp.173-198, ISBN: 9789639776746.

Mihelj, S (2011) Nationalism and the Media, East and West. In Jakubowicz, Karol, eds, MS (ed) Nationalism, the Media and European Identity, CEU Press, pp.203-226, ISBN: 978-963-9776-74-6.

Downey, JW, Mihelj, S, Koenig, T, Stetka, V (2010) "New' and 'Old' Europe: Explaining Competing Ideologies across Europe. In Bee, C and Bozzini, EE (ed) Mapping the European :Public Sphere: institutions, media and civil society, Ashgate, pp.159-176, ISBN: 9780754673767.

Mihelj, S, Bajt, V, Pankov, M (2009) Reorganising the Identification Matrix: Televisual Construction of Identity in the Early Phase of Yugoslav Disintegration. In Kolsto, PE (ed) Media Discourse and the Yugoslav Conflicts: Representations of Self and Other, Ashgate, pp.39-59, ISBN: 9780754676294.

Mihelj, S (2009) Television News and the Dynamics of National Rembering. In Castello, Enric, Dhoest, A, eds, HO (ed) The Nation on Screen: Discourses of the National on Global Television, Cambridge Scholars, pp.119-138, ISBN: 978-1-4438-0614-5.

Mihelj, S (2008) Media and the Symbolic Geographies of Europe: The Case of Yugoslavia (. In Uricchio, WE (ed) We Europeans? Media Representations, Identities, Intellect Books, pp.159-176.

Mihelj, S, Bajt, V, Pankov, M (2008) Reorganizacija identifikacionog obrasca: televizuelna izgradnja Kolektivnog identiteta u ranoj fazi raspada Jugoslavije. In Deric, GE (ed) Intima javnosti, Fabrika knjiga, pp.98-125.

Mihelj, S (2007) Media and Nationalism. In Ritzer, GE (ed) The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Sociology, Blackwell, tba, ISBN: 1405124334.

Mihelj, S (2006) Transformations/Transfirmations of Imaginary Landscapes: Istra and Savrinija as Intercultural Narratives. In Cornis-Pope, Marcel, eds, JN (ed) A Comparative History of the Literary Cultures of East Central Europe: Junctures and Disjunctures in the 19th and 20th Centuries, John Benjamins Press, pp.364-373, ISBN: 90-272-3453-1.

Mihelj, S (2006) Protestantizem in slovenski nacionaliezem: Analiza medijskih reprezentacij ob Dnevu reformacije (1992-2003) [Protestantism and Slovenian Nationalism: Analysis of Media Representations on the Occasion of the Day of Reformation (1992-2003)]. In Kersevan, ME (ed) Protestantizem, slovenska identiteta in zdruzujoca se Evropa [Protestantism, Slovenian Identity and European Integration], Ljubljana: Znanstvenoraziskovalni institut Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani, pp.75-142, ISBN: 86-7207-170-0.

Mihelj, S (2005) The Mass Media and Nationalizing States in the Post-Yugoslav Space. In Pajnik, MITKE (ed) Nation-States and Xenophobias: In the Ruins of Ex-Yugoslavia, Ljubljana: Peace Institute, pp.75-98, ISBN: 961-6455-37-0.

Mihelj, S (2005) Looking at a Global Phenomenon through a Nationalist Lens: Mass Media Representations of Non-Registered Migration in Slovenia (2001-2001). In Pinter, AE (ed) Communication in the Global World, Ljubljana: Slovenian Communication Association, pp.101-116, ISBN: 961-91664-0-X.

Meinhof, UH, Mihelj, S, Livingstone, S, Drotner, K, Madianou, M, Dayan, D (2005) Audiences and Publics: Comparing Semantic Fields across Different Languages. In Livingstone, SE (ed) Audiences and Publics: When Cultural Engagement Matters for the Public Sphere, Intellect Books, pp.312-339, ISBN: 1-84150-129-8.

Mihelj, S, Drago, B, Kramberger, T (2004) Representations of Culture and Nation in Slovenian Media: Engagements and Implications. In Spassov, OE (ed) Quality Press in Southeast Europe, Sofia: Southeast European Media Centre, pp.276-305, ISBN: 954-91295-2-7.

Mihelj, S (2004) Negotiating European Identity at the Periphery: Media Coverage of Bosnian Refugees and Illegal Migration. In Bondebjerg, Ib, eds, PG (ed) Media Cultures in a Changing Europe, Intellect Books, pp.165-189, ISBN: 1-84150-111-5.

Mihelj, S (2003) Povezave ucnega nacrta drzavljanske vzgoje in etike z ucnimi nacrti slovenscine, zgodovine in geografije. In Justin, J and Sardoc, M (ed) Drzavljanska vzgoja pri pouku zgodovine, geografije in slovenscine, Ljubljana: Pedagoski Institut, pp.19-34, ISBN: 961-6348-18-3.

Mihelj, S (2002) Revising Sisterhood: From Unity to Affinity, Identification Processes in the Context of Globalized Communication: The Case of the International Women's University. In Floyd, Christiane, Kelkar, G, Klein-Franke, S, Kramarae, C, eds, CPL (ed) Feminist Challenges in the Information Age: Information as a Social Resource, Opladen: Leske + Budrich, pp.53-66, ISBN: 3-8100-3255-7.

Mihelj, S (2001) Ritualizing Media - Mediating Rituals. Mediation as a strategy of ritualization in contemporary societies. In Podnar, Klement, Puosnik, M, Senic, eds, N (ed) The Bricolage of Media Studies, Pristop, pp.130-141.

Mihelj, S (Accepted for publication) Mediating class in a classless society? Media and social inequalities in socialist Eastern Europe. In Reifova, I and Hajek, M (ed) Shaming Class and Poverty Across Europe, Palgrave Macmillan.



Exhibitions

Mihelj, S, Reid, S, Segal, J (2019) Watching Socialism: The Television Revolution in Eastern Europe, Wende Museum, Los Angeles, 500 pieces , 23-06-2019 to 20-10-2019.

Panic, A (2014) They Never Had it Better: Everyday Life in Yugoslavia, Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade, Serbia, N/A pieces , 15-12-2014 to 15-02-2015.



Reports

Van Zoonen, EA, Mihelj, S, Vis, F (2010) Fitna, the Video Battle: How YouTube Enables the Young to Perform their Religious and Public Identities, tba, Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Mihelj, S (2009) The 'Cold War' in Communicative Memories and Public Spheres - Case Study Nova Gorcia (Research Report), tba, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for European History and Public Spheres.

Mihelj, S (2007) On the Margins of Europe: Media, Space and Identity between Migrant Boarders (Small Research Grant Report, tba, British Academy.

Downey, JW, Koenig, T, Mihelj, S (2006) The EU Constitution: National or Transnational Debates on a Supranational Issue? (Project Report), tba, Economic and Social Research Council.

Stetka, V and Mihelj, S (2006) Images of Integration: European Constitution in the National Press (Visiting Fellowship Report), tba, British Academy.

Mihelj, S (2005) Protestanizem in slovenski nacionalizem [Protestantism and Slovenian Nationalism] in Kersevan, Marko (ed) Slovenska identiteta in zdruzujoca se Evropa: pomen protestantizma [Slovenian Identity and Eruopean Integration: The Significance of Protestantism], tba, Ministry of Culture, Republic of Slovenia.

Mihelj, S (2004) Javne rabe protestantizma v Sloveniji (1992-2003): Analiza medijskih reprezentacij ob dnevu reformacije. Raziskovalno porocilo v okviru ciljnega raziskovalnega projekta "Protestantizem in slovenska nacionalna identiteta [Public Uses of Protestantism in Slovenia (1992-2003): Analysis of Media representations on the Occasion of the Day of Reformation: Research Report in the Framework of the Research Project "Protestantism and the Slovenian National Identity"], tba, Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana.

Mihelj, S, Drago, B, Kramberger, T (2002) Obravnavanje kulture v slovenskih medijih: koncno porocilo ciljnega raziskovalnega projekta [Representations of Culture in Slovenian Media: Final Research Project Report], tba, Ministry of Culture, Republic of Slovenia.

Mihelj, S and Mikolic, VG (2000) Revitalizacija historicnega centra: Vsebina in funkcija kulture v mestu in primestju: Zakljucno porocilo Revitalization of the Historical Centre: Content and Function of Culture in the City and Suburbs: Final Report, n/a, Koper: Mestna obcina Koper, Scientific Research Centre of the Republic of Slovenia; Ljubljana: Open Society Institute.



Other

Mihelj, S (2020) Mass Media in the Post-Soviet World: Market Forces, State Actors, and Political Manipulation in the Informational Environment after Communism. DOI: 10.1017/slr.2019.286.

Mihelj, S (2018) Book Review: TV Socialism by Aniko Imre, Book Review: TV Socialism by Aniko Imre. DOI: 10.1177/1077699018758730.

Mihelj, S (2014) Socialist Television Series as a Trigger of Public Debate? A Case Study from Yugoslavia, Best practice case study commissioned by the Television Studies Commission, International Federation of Television Archives. Designed to inform the practices of the International Federation of Television Archives..

Mihelj, S (2014) Public lecture 'Yugoslav TV Series and the Modernization of Everyday Life', Belgrade, serbia.

Mihelj, S (2011) Media Nations: Communicating Belonging and Exclusion in the Modern World.

Mihelj, S and Senjkovic, R (2010) Guest Editors, Socialist Popular Culture, Folklore and Nationhood.

Mihelj, S and Senjkovic, R (2010) Guest Editors, Gender Sexuality and Socialist Popular Culture.

Mihelj, S (2009) Gordon Lynch (ed) Between Sacred and Profane: Researching Religion and Popular Culture.

Mihelj, S (2008) Dubravka Zarkov: The Body of War: Media, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Break-up of Yugoslavia.

Mihelj, S (2008) Ekaterina Balabanova: Wars and Politics. Comparing the Incomparable in Western and Eastern Europe.

Mihelj, S (2007) What kind of Nation-Building? Review of John Postill: Media and Nation Building: How the Iban Became Malaysian.

Mihelj, S (2006) Managing Editor, Monitor ZSA - Revija za zgodovinsko, socialno in druge antropologije [Monitor HSA - Review of Historical, Social and Other Anthropologies].

Mihelj, S (2006) Editorial Board Member, of Eastbound: Culture, Society, Media.

Mihelj, S (2005) 'David Domke: God Willing? Political Fundamentalism in the White House, the "War on Terror", and the Echoing Press'.

Mihelj, S (1998) Thomas Luckmann: Nevidna religija [Nevidna religija [Thomas Luckmann: Invisible Religion].

Mihelj, S (1996) Giovanni Levi: Nematerialna dediscina, Zivljenjska pot piemontskega eksorcista iz 17.stol. [Giovanni Levi: Inheriting Power: The Story of an Exorcist].



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