Word of Guest Editor- Anthropology of TV Series, Part I


  • Ljubica Milosavljević Department of Ethnology and Anthropology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Serbia


The decades-long process of studying popular culture as part of Serbian anthropology has been expanded and deepened with the anthropology of television series as a soundly established subdisciplinary field.

Aiming to shed light on various aspects of problems by means of anthropological insights – from the meaning of specific television series to the audience needs they satisfy – the Journal's first issue in 2022 comprises four original scholarly articles, namely: Prof. Bojan Žikić's The Vampire as a Model of Cultural Otherness in the Television Series What We Do in the Shadows; Asst. Prof. Bogdan Dražeta's Ethnic and Regional Stereotypes in the TV Series Konak kod Hilmije; research associate Milan Tomašević’s The Sixth Corridor: The Contextualization of the TV Series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey; and Culture Wars in Gothic Mode: The Example of HBO’s Miniseries Sharp Object (2018) by Vladana Ilić, a doctoral student at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade.


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Milosavljević, Ljubica. 2022. “Word of Guest Editor- Anthropology of TV Series, Part I”. Etnoantropološki Problemi / Issues in Ethnology and Anthropology 17 (1):21. https://eap-iea.org/index.php/eap/article/view/1045.

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