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Томислав З. Лонгиновић
ЛОНГИНОВИЋ, Томислав З., 1955-

Tomislav Z. Longinović
Professor of Slavic, Comparative Literature and Visual Culture
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1452 Van Hise
1220 Linden Dr
Madison, WI 53706
Ph. D., 1990, University of Iowa, Comparative Literature Program
Dissertation: "The Improbable Universe: Ideology, Identity and Borderline Poetics in the Twentieth Century Slavic Novel," Daniel Weissbort, supervisor
M. F. A., 1984, University of Iowa, Department of English (Creative Writing)
Thesis: "Moment of Silence," James A. McPherson, supervisor
B. A., 1981, University of Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Faculty of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology)
Thesis: "The Impact of Psychedelic Research on Identity Theory and Therapy,"
Dr. Josip Berger, supervisor
Study Abroad Programs:
Oxford Academy of English, Oxford, England, Summer (1972-1973)
Positions held and offered:
2008-2011 Chair, Slavic Languages and Literatures, UW-Madison
2005-present   Resident Director, UW-Madison International Seminar 
(Rovinj, Croatia)
2003     Visiting Professor, Central European University (Anthropology, course on Violence and Culture)
2001-present Professor of Slavic and Comparative Literature, 
(U of Wisconsin-Madison)
2001     Visiting Professor, Harvard University (Slavic Department)
Fall 2000  Chair, Slavic Languages, UW-Madison
1999-2000   Visiting Professor, Central European University (Budapest), Gender Studies Program
1999-2001 Director, The Cultural Translation Project 
(Global Studies, UW-Madison)
1999          Director, International Writing Program, University of Iowa (position declined)
1997-99         Associate Chair, Slavic Languages, UW-Madison
1996- 2001 Associate Professor, UW-Madison
1990- 1996 Assistant Professor, UW-Madison
1988-1989 Translation Coordinator, University of Iowa, 
International Writing Program (USIA)
1984-1987 Teaching Assistant, University of Iowa, 
General Education in Literature Program
1983   Research Assistant, University of Iowa, Creative Writing Program
Honors and awards: 
Hilldale Faculty-Undergraduate Research Fellowship, 2008
Mellon Foundation, “Post-Human” (UW-Madison), 2008-2009
Mellon Foundation, “Monstrosity and Alterity” (UW-Madison), 2006-2007
Vilas Associate, UW-Madison (1999-2000)
Ford Foundation, “Legacies of Authoritarianism,” Research Circle Startup Grant
Ford Foundation, "Media, Performance, Identity," Research Circle Startup Grant, 1998/99 
Canada Council, Literary History Project Grant, (University of Toronto), 1996-2000
IREX Short-Term Travel Grant, 1995. (FR Yugoslavia)
Fellow, Institute for Research in the Humanties, UW-Madison, 1995
Global Cultures Course Development Award, UW-Madison, 1994
Graduate School Research Committee, UW-Madison, Summer Research Grant: 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2008, 2009.
Hilldale Faculty-Undergraduate Research Fellowship, 1991, 2008
Best Literary Contribution in Yugoslavia, 1990
Writing Fellow, International Writing Program, University of Iowa, 1982
Professional activity:
Editor-in Chief, Serbian Literary Research (refereed academic journal), Novi Sad, (Serbia)
Academic Board Member, Ohrid State University (Macedonia) (2003-2008)
Academic Board Member, Banja Luka Communications College (Bosnia-Herzegovina) (2001-present)
PMLA Advisory Committee, 1998-2000, 
Reader for: The Comparatist, Northwestern University Press, Penn State University Press, Central European University Press, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Peter Lang's "Balkan Series," Stanford University Press, PMLA, Slavic and East European Journal, Slavic Review, Journal of Popular Culture. 
Member: MLA, AAASS, NASSS, ACLA, ICLA, M/MLA, AWP, Phi Beta Delta.
a. Books:
1. Co-Edited and Co-Translated Volume, with Daniel Weissbort: Red Knight: Serbian Women Songs. (London: King's College/Menard Press, 1992), 125pp.  Wrote critical introduction: "When Body Sings Itself" (15-20).
2. Borderline Culture: The Politics of Identity in Four Twentieth Century Slavic Novels  (Fayetteville:  University of Arkansas Press, 1993), xiii, 197 pp.
3. Edited Volume:  David Albahari, Words are Something Else, tr. Ellen Elias-Bursać (Evanston:  Northwestern University Press, 1996), 215 pp. Edited and with an Afterword by T. Longinović
4. Vampires Like Us: Writing Down 'the serbs' (Belgrade: Beogradski krug, 2005)
5. Vampire Nation: Violence As Cultural Imaginary (Durham: Duke University Press, 2011)
b. Articles:
1.  "Ogled o tehnologiji ljubavi." (An Experiment in the Technology of Love).  Vidici. 7  (1980) :  10-14.
2.  "Sta je staza savršenstva," (What is the Path of Perfection?) in Dhammapada: Staza savršenstva (Belgrade: Prosveta, 1981) :  7-23.
3.  "Rečnik tehnologije." (A Dictionary of Technology).  Vidici.  1/2  (1981) : 1-27. A collaborative theoretical issue banned by the Yugoslav government.
4.  "Prince Marko's Death:  Text, Performance and Desire in the Oral Tradition."  Serbian Studies.  13.3/4  (1986) :  65-76.
5.  "Images of the White City:  Belgrade in the Poetry of Crnjanski and Popa."  Serbian Studies.  6.2  (1991) :  91- 96.
6.  "Anti-Apollo:  Lyricism and Abjection in Life is Elsewhere," in Milan Kundera and the Art of Fiction, ed.  Aron Aji,  (New York: Garland Publishing, 1992): 183-201.
7.  "Eastern Europe after 1989:  A Psychopolitical Analysis," in Periplus, eds. D. Weissbort and A. K. Mehrotra, (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1993):164-175.
8.   "Between Serbian and English:  The Poetics of Translation in the Works of Charles Simic." Modern Poetry in Translation:  New Series.  3  (1993) :  167-174. 
9.  "Postmodernity and the Technology of Power:  Legacy of the Vidici Group in Serbia." College Literature.  21.1 (1994) : 120-130.
10.  "East within the West:  Ivo Andrić and Bosnian Cultural Identity," in The Bridge Still Stands: Ivo Andric Revisited, ed. Wayne Vucinich, (Berkeley:  International and Area Studies, 1996), 123-138.
11.  "I, Witold Gombrowicz:  The Formal Imperative and the Power of Writing," in Gombrowicz's Grimaces:  Form, Sexuality, Exile, ed. Ewa Ziarek (Albany: SUNY Press, 1998) 
12.  "Praštanje kao rešenje za društvenu krizu" (Forgiveness as a Solution to Moral Crisis) in Moralnost i društvena kriza (Belgrade: Institut za pedagoška istrazivanja, 1995), 315-326. Co-authored with Robert Enright, Elisabeth Gassin and David Loudon.  (Platform for conflict resolution strategies of Yugoslav conflicts)  
13.    "Between Serbian and English:  The Poetics of Translation in the Works of Charles Simic." Charles Simic: Under Discussion, ed. Bruce Weigl (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996), 148-155. (reprint)
14.    "Artaud in the Balkans." Belgrade Circle.  1/2 (1995), 265-269.
15.     "Literature on the Border: Trials of Central European Cultural Identity."  New Moment.  8 (1997), np.
16.    "Chaos, Knowledge and Desire:  Narrative Strategies in Dictionary of the  Khazars.  The Review of Contemporary Fiction. Vol XVIII, 2 (1998), 181-190. 
17.  "Krajevi Jugoslavije: krv i pesma u ratu i miru,"  in Žene, slike, umišljaji, ed. Branka Arsić (Belgrade: Centar za ženske studije, 2000), 78-92.
18.  "Music Wars:  Blood and Song at the Ends of Yugoslavia" in Music and Racial Imagination, Ron Radano and Phil Bohlman, eds. (Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2001).
19.  "The Perpetual Return of the Past: Kosovo Myth and Serbian Nationalist Discourse" in Specter of the Nation, Obrad Savić, ed. (Belgrade: Belgrade Circle, 2001), 370-395.
20.   "Internet Nation: The Case of CyberYugoslavia" in The Public Domain (Amsterdam/New Delhi: Sarai, 2001), 117-123.
21.    "Infinite Responsibility:  European Burdens in the Wake of Yugoslavia." Social Identities.  Vol 7, 4 (2001), 573-585.
22. "Vampire as a Metaphor: Gothic Imaginary and 'the serbs'."in Balkan as a Metaphor, eds. D.Bjelić and O. Savić (Cambridge: MIT University Press, 2002), 39-59.
23.     "Fearful Assymetries: A Manifesto of Cultural Translation." The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association. Vol. 35, 2 (2002), 5-12.
24. "Yugoslavism and Its Discontents: A Cultural Post-Mortem" in Tresholds of Western Culture: Identity, Postcoloniality, Transnationalism, eds. J.B. Foster and W.J. Froman (London: Continuum, 2002), 146-158.
25. "Altered States: Language and Violence After Yugoslavia", ArtMargins, July 2004 (http://www.artmargins.com)
26. "Balkan in Translation," Eurozine, January 2004 (www.eurozine.com)
27. "Balkan u prevodu," Diwan 13-14, Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina), 2004
28. "Moving Images" in The Art of Truth-Telling about Authoritarian Rule (Madison: UW Press, 2005), Eds. Bilbija, Milton, Fair, Payne (56-62)
29. "Alternate Visions" in The Art of Truth-Telling about Authoritarian Rule (Madison: UW Press, 2005), Eds. Bilbija, Milton, Fair, Payne (64-65)
30. "After the Fall" in The Art of Truth-Telling about Authoritarian Rule (Madison: UW Press, 2005), Eds. Bilbija, Milton, Fair, Payne (94-95)
31. "Balkan vo prevodot," Koreni. No 53. Kumanovo (Macedonia), 34-42.
32. “Playing the Western Eye: Balkan Masculinity and Post-Yugoslav War Cinema,” in East European Cinemas (New York: Routledge, 2005), ed. Aniko Imre.  (35-48)
33. “Post-orientalna  sostojba: Srbija  i Turcija  povtorno poseteni". Koreni . no. 19, Kumanovo 2006, pp. 3064-71
34. “Post-Oriental Avliya: Translating the Balkans into Globalese” in Mythhistory and Narratives of the Nation in The Balkans (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007), 155-169.
35. “Die Antwort Liegt In Der Übersetzung” (The Answer is in Translation) in Übersetzung: Das Versprechen Eines Begriffs (Vienna: Verlag Turia+Kant, 2008), 43-51.
36. “Epic Masculinity Among ‘the serbs’: Mourning the Nation in the Post-Oriental Condition” in Balkan Literatures in the Age of Nationalism, eds. Murat Belge and Jale Parla (Istanbul: Bilgi University Press, 2009), 91-129.
37. “Dziewczyna zwana Walizka: Witold Gombrowicz jako hybrida kulturowega przekladu,” in Witold Gombrowicz, Nasz Wspolczesny (Krakow: Universitas, 2010), 79-86.
38. “East-Central European Literatures, Twenty Years After” in East European Politics and Societies, Nov 2009; vol. 23: pp. 552 – 581 (co-authored, refereed article)
39. “Serbo-Croatian: Translating the Non-Identical Twins,” in Translation and Opposition, ed. Dimitis Asimakoulas (Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters Ltd, 2011), 283-295.
40. "Millennial Memories" in The Other Shore (A Journal of Slavic and East European Immigrant Experience), 1 (2010), pp. 33-46.
c. Encyclopedia Articles:
1.  "Danilo Kiš."  In Dictionary of Literary Biography:  South Slavic Writers After World War II, ed. Vasa Mihailovich, (Detroit: Gale Research, 1997).  
2.  "Milorad Pavić." In Dictionary of Literary Biography:  South Slavic Writers After World War II, ed.  Vasa Mihailovich, (Detroit: Gale Research, 1997).  
d.  Book Reviews and Literary Columns:
1.  "Pismo iz Amerike." (A Letter from America).  Pismo.  9  (Spring 1987) : 256-258.  
2.  "Pismo iz Čikaga."  (A Letter from Chicago).  Pismo.  11  (Fall 1987) : 199-201.  
3.  "Idiot se oprašta." (The Idiot is Departing).  Gradina.  XXIII.2 (1988) : 131- 133.  In memoriam for Julio Cortázar.
4.  "Pismo iz Amerike. " (A Letter from America).  Pismo.  13  (Spring 1988)  :  243-246.
5.  "Robots Like Us."  San Francisco Review of Books.  XV.1  (Summer 1990) : 5-7. Book Review of Karel Čapek's Towards the Radical Center;  War with the Newts;  Three Novels:  Hordubal, Meteor, An Ordinary Life;  Nine Fairy Tales.
6.  "Litija malih praznika  (A Procession of Small Celebrations) by Vasa Mihailovich." Book Review in Serbian Studies.  6.1  (1991) : 81.
7.  "Slavic Myths and the Eurocentric Vision."   San Francisco Review of Books.  XVII.2  (Fall 1992) : 40-41.  Review article on Child of Europe:  A New Anthology of East European Poetry,  ed.  Michael March;  Cross Currents:  A Yearbook of Central European Culture.  10;  The Poetry of Survival:  Postwar Poets of Central and Eastern Europe, ed. Daniel Weissbort.  
8.  "Returns of History: Russian Nietzscheans After Modernity" (Albany: SUNY Press, 1996) by Dragan Kujundzic.  Slavic and East European Journal (1998)
9. "Post-Yugoslav Writers in Diaspora: An Interview with David Albahari," Books in Canada. Vol. 27.  No. 8., 32-34.
10. The Balkans and the West. Slavic Review, vol 64, no. 4 (Winter 2005), p. 887-888.
11. Archives Don’t Burn. ArtMargins. Spring 2009. (www.artmargins.com)
e.  Lectures and scholarly papers presented (selected): 
1.  "East European Prose," International Writers' Conference, University of Iowa, Panel on "Contemporary Literature: Avant-Garde or Rear-Garde?", 1984.
2.  "The Death of Kraljević Marko," M/MLA Conference, Chicago, 1985.
3.  "Yugoslav Fiction," invited lecture, University of Central Florida, 1986.
4.  "Anti-Apollo,"  M/MLA Conference, St. Louis, 1986.
5.  "A Dictionary of Technology:  Vidici (1978-1981),"  AAASS, Boston, 1987.
6.  "Nemušti jezik" (Silent Language), invited lecture, Harvard University, 1988.
7.  "Translating from the Serbo-Croatian Oral Tradition," ALTA (American Literary Translators' Association), Iowa City, 1989.
8.  "Borderline Fiction:  Trials of Central European Cultural Identity," MLA, Washington, D. C. , 1989.
9.  "Holocaust and Madness in Danilo Kiš's Hourglass," Wisconsin AATSEEL Conference, 1991.
10.  "Literature and War in Yugoslavia," invited lecture, University of Iowa, 1991.
11.  "Orientalist Themes in Prokleta Avlija (The Accursed Yard),"   Ivo Andrić Centennial Conference, Stanford University, 1992.
12.   "Visions of Identity:  'Others' in Literature," AAASS, Honolulu, 1993.
13.  "Post-Yugoslav Space:  Literature, Culture, Identity,"  Panel Organizer and Participant, AAASS, Honolulu, 1993.
14.  "Heavenly People:  Literature and Nationalism in Serbia," invited lecture, University of Iowa, 1994.
15.  "Nation and Epic:  The Kosovo Myth and in the Serbian Oral Tradition," Indiana Balkan Conference, Bloomington, 1994.  
16.  "Mesa Selimovic:  The Forgotten merhamet of Bosnia," AAASS, Philadelphia, 1994.
17.  "Music Wars:  The Role of Popular Culture in the Destruction of Yugoslavia,"  M/MLA, 1994.
18.  "The Poetics of Horror in Danilo Kiš's The Tomb for Boris Davidovich," AATSEEL, San Diego, 1994.
19.  "Nation and Imagination:  The Vicissitudes of Identity in East-Central Europe,"  MLA, San Diego, 1994.
20.  "Balkans: A Multicultural Powder Keg?", invited lecture, UW Alumni University, 1994.
21.  "Chaos Theory and the Fantastic:  Narrative Strategies in Milorad Pavić's Dictionary of the Khazars," ACLA Conference, Athens, Georgia, 1995.
22.  "Literary Invention and National Identity:  The Case of Former Yugoslavia," invited lecture, Nortwestern University, 1995.
23.  "After the Yugoslav War: Some Implications for a New European Identity", International Comparative Literature Association World Congress, Leiden (Holland), 1997
24.  "Time and Memory of 'Other' Europe", MLA, featured forum presentation, Toronto 1997
25.  "Post-colonial Literatures of East Central Europe, MLA panel chair and organizer, Toronto 1997
26.  "Vampires Like Us", European Space and Identity Conference, UW-Madison, 1998
27.  "Blood ans Song at the End of Yugoslavia," invited lecture, Sofia University, May 1998.
30.  "The Kosovo Myth and Reality", invited lecture, New Bulgarian University, May 1998
31.  "Balkan Conflicts: A Cultural Analysis", invited lecture, Global Studies Institute, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, August 1998.
32.  "The Kosovo Myth and Serbian National Identity", invited lecture, Slavic Faculty Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 1998.
33.  "The East, the West and the Center: A Case for the Post-Colonial Studies Of Europe", invited lecture, Comparative Literature Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison, November 1998.
34.  "From the Pre-History of Globalization:  Orality and Literacy among 'the serbs'" Media, Performance, Identity Research Circle Symposium, 1998.
35.   "Translating Cultures in a Global Context", Border Studies Research Circle, 1999.
36.    "Lenin or Lacan: The Styles of Slavoj Žižek", MLA Convention, Washington DC, 2000
37.    "Internet Nation: The Case of CyberYugoslavia", Sarai, New Delhi, India, 2001
38.   "Cybertopia: Post-Yugoslavs in Search of a Community", Watson Insitute, Brown University, 2001
39.    "Cultural Translation and National Identity", Faculty of Philosophy, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2001, invited lecture
40.    "Global Ruins: Memory and Translation After Yugoslavia", Alternative Academic Network, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 2001, invited lecture
41.    "Infinite Responsibilty:  European Responsibility in the Wake of Yugoslavia", U of California-Irvine, 2001 (respondent Jacques Derrida)
42    "Fearful Assymetries:  Identity and Alterity in a Global Age", M/MLA National Convention Keynote Address, 2001
43.    "Serbs, Moslems,Vampires:  European Cultures After the Cold War", Harvard University, Art and Politics Seminar, 2001, invited lecture
44.    "Altered States:  Language and Violence After Yugoslavia", 
U of Chicago, Humanities Institute, 2002, invited lecture
45. "Traduccion Cultural in Edad Global", Buenos Aites, MALBA, 2002 (in Spanish), invited lecture
46.    "War and Identity in the Former Yugoslavia,"  UCLA Slavic Department, 2003, invited lecture
47. "Beyond Violence: Struggle for Memory", SUNY-Albany, 2003
48.     "Balkan or the Balkans," 16th European Meeting of Cultural Journals, Belgrade, October 2003.
49.     "Balkan Masculine Mourning," Franke Humanities Institute, February 27, 2004, keynote address
50.    "Balkanization or Globalization?"  University of Thessaloniki, June 2004
51.   "Albahari's Calgary," Croatian-Canadian Cultural Symposium, Opatija, October 2004 
52. “It’s Friday: For David Albahari,” School of Slavonic and East European Studies, London, November 2005
52. “Post-Oriental Condition: Serbs and Turks Revisited,” 2005 Eurozine Congress, Istanbul, November 2005. Keynote address, (with Orhan Pamuk)
53. "Uvod u vampirologiju" Belgrade, Serbian National Library. June 16, 2005, invited lecture
54. "This is a Man's World: On Balkan Masculinity," Penn State University, Comparative Literature (invited lecture), November 14, 2005
55. "Vampire Nation: Blood and Sex in the Balkans," MLA 2005
56. "Myth and History in Balkan Literature," MLA 2005
57. "The Ottoman Legacy in Literary Imagination: The Case of Bosnia," February 4, February 2006, Bilgi University (Istanbul)
58. "New Europe, Old Europe," February 21, 2005, University of Florida, invited lecture
59. “Vampire and the Western Imagination,” March 21, UW-Madison CREECA, invited lecture
60. "Legati autoritarnih režima" Belgrade, Serbian National Library. June 16, 2006, invited lecture
61. “After Orientalism: Warring Cultures in the Balkans, October 6, 2006, Bilgi University (Istanbul, Turkey) 
62. “Opening Provocations,” TRANS Conference, October 19, 2006, UW-Madison, conference introduction 
63. “Marginal Cinema”, TRANS Conference, October 20, 2006, UW-Madison, panel participant
64. “Translating Cultures”, TRANS Conference, October 21, UW-Madison, panel chair
65. “Closing Remarks”, TRANS Conference, October 22, UW-Madison, conference closure
66. “Decentering: Serbian Literature in Diaspora,” November 16, 2006 AAASS National Convention, panel chair
67. “The Evil Magic of History: J.L. Borges and D. Kiš”, November 16, 2006, AAASS National Convention
68. “Vampire Phantasm,” Florida State University, February 2007, invited lecture
69. “The Great Vampire Deception,” University of Chicago January 2008, invited lecture
70. “Projective Nostalgia,” Council of European Studies Conference (Chicago, March 2008)
71. “Quieting the Vampire: Legacy of Violence in the Balkans,” Columbia University (October 2000), invited lecture
72. “Bloody Being:  Vampire in the Age of Nationalism,” Brown University (October 2008), invited lecture
73. “The Post-Oriental Condition: Theorizing the Balkan Phantasm,” University of Alberta (November 2008), invited lecture
74. “Istrian Enigma: The Case of Jure Grando in Kringa,” MLA 2008, San Francisco 
75. “Borderline Poetics in the Historical Context of Slavic Cultures,” Tokyo University (invited lecture), January 14, 2009.
76. “Singing the Nation: Yugoslav Identity and Popular Music,”
Osaka University (invited lecture), January 16, 2009.
77. “Masculinity and Epic in the Balkans,” AAASS Convention (November 2009), paper presentation.
78. “Wayne Vucinich Roundtable,” AAASS Convention (November 2009), panel participation.
79. “Violent Transitions: Post-Yugoslav Emergence and the Creation of Difference,” Harriman Institute, Columbia University (March 2010), paper presentation.
80. “The Post-Oriental Muse: Voicing Blood in the Balkans,” Franke Institute for the Humanities, University of Chicago (April 2010), paper presentation
f. Conferences Organized
"Brothers No More", UW-Madison (organization of international workshop with participants from the former Yugoslavia), 1999
"Translating Identities", UW-Madison (organization of international workshop on translation studies), 1999
"Translating Cultures," UW-Madison (organization of international workshop on translation studies), 2000
“The Slavic Gothic,” UW-Madison (Comparative Slavic colloquium), 2007
g.  Creative Writing
1.   Moment of Silence (San Francisco:  Burning Books, 1990), 134 pp.
2.   Sama Amerika:  Beleške iz podzemlja (L/Only America:  Notes from the Underground) (Belgrade: Editions B92, 1994), 253 pp.  In Serbo-Croatian.  
3. Minut ćutanja (Belgrade: Editions B92, 1997), 148 pp.  In Serbo-Croatian.
Short Prose and Poetry:
1. “To See the Sea” Portland Magazine, October 2010, Vol. XXV. No. 7, 91-95
2. "Black Road" in A Millenium of Serbian Literature, ed. Tihomir Vučković (Belgrade: Center for Literary Studies, 1999), 441-444.
2.   "Glorious Ruins", Descant, Vol 27, No. 3, Toronto (1996), 129-131.
3. "Umetnost opstanka," in Beogradski putopisi (Beograd: Dental, 1994)
4.   "Sezona lova," Politika, June 13, 1993, Beograd.
5.   "Behind God's Back" (an extract), Lovely Jobly, Vol. 2, No. 1, London (1991)
6. "Behind God's Back," Portland Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 2, Portland (1990)
7. "Uniform" & "Krisp Logick," Ink, No. 3, San Francisco (1989)
8.   "Beskraj po Bogumilu Zijadu," Kulture Istoka, Vol. 6, No. 22, Beograd (1989)
9.   "Oblik," Gradina, Vol. 24, No. 2, Nis (1989) 
10.   "The End of Phallocracy," Another Chicago Magazine, No. 19, Chicago (1989)
11.   "Bubblehead's Last Day," Demitasse, Vol. 1, No. 2, Fairfield (1988)
12. "Ravnodnevnica," Književna reč, No. 321, Beograd (1988)
13.   "Batir," Witness, Vol. 1, No. 4, Detroit (1987)
14.   "Crni put," Gradina, Vol. 22, No.9/10, Nis (1987) 
15.   "What I Owe Iowa," in The World Comes to Iowa (Ames: Iowa State University, Press, 1987)
16.   "O prestanku vremena," Književna reč, Vol. 15, No. 272, Beograd (1986)
17.   "Pain Sales (I-X)", Mundus Artium , Vol. 15, No. 1&2, Dallas (1985)
18.   "It's Only Blues," Beef, Vol. 5, No. 17, San Francisco (1985) 
19.   "Tri priče iz Amerike:  Osvajanje Amerike, O prestanku vremena, Pornosfera," Quorum, Zagreb (1984)
20.   "Rasprodaja bola," Književna reč, Vol. 12, No. 221, Beograd (1983)
21.   "Priča o dečaku i rasečenom kolenu," Vidici, No. 5, Beograd (1982)
22.   "Vojnička večera," Mladost, No. 1270, Beograd (1982) 
23.   "Muzej snova," in Najnovija beogradska priča, ed.Vladislav Bajac and Bora Djoković (Beograd: SIC, 1981)
24.   "Preokret," Književna reč, Beograd (June 1981) 
25.   "Strašilo, Vidici, No.4, Beograd (1980)
26.   "Prolećni dan u Rimu," Vidici, No. 3, Beograd (1980)
27.   "Čarobnjak," Student, No. 22, Beograd (1980)
28.   "Moj komšija,"  Student, No. 6, Beograd (1980)
29.   "Besmrtni jadnici," Polet, No. 136, Zagreb (1980)
30.   "Vladar," Student, Beograd (October 1979)
31.   "Kako sam postao panker," Student, No. 18, Beograd (1979)
33.   "Pozdrav iz pakla," Pitanja, Zagreb (1978) 
Translations of my stories:
1. "Zgodbe:  Črna pot, Odporniško gibanje, Bogu za hrbtom, Glavonja," tr. Dragana Bojanić, Literatura, Vol. 26, No. 4, Ljubljana (1988), in Slovene.
2. "La Danza de Yamana," La voz de la interior, tr. Carlos Gardini, Cordoba, August 23, 1987, in Spanish
3. "The Story of a Boy and the Cut on His Knee," tr. Daniel Weissbort, Iowa Review,Vol. 14, No. 2, Iowa City (1984), in English
4. "Black Road," tr. Ksenija Bilbija, Cimarron Review, No. 96, Oklahoma State University (1991), in English.
h. Translations:
1. Shifting Borders (Farleigh Dickinson U Press, 1993),  Serbo-Croatian section, 
2. Red Knight (with Daniel Weissbort), (London: King's College/Menard Press, 1992)
4. Staza savršenstva (Beograd:  Prosveta, 1981)
5. R. K. Merton, O teorijskoj sociologiji (Zagreb: CDD, 1979)
Short prose and poetry (selected):
1. Aleksandr Tkachenko, "Moth," The Seattle Review, Vol. 13, No. 1, University of Washington (Spring/Summer 1990)
2. Slavenka Drakulić, "Moonknife," Stanford Humanities Review, Vol. 1, No 2&3, Stanford (1990)
3. "Yugoslav Women's Songs," co-translated and introduced, Poetry World (London: Spring,1986)
4.   "Serbian Women's Songs," Poetry Miscellany, No. 17, Chattanooga (1986), with Daniel Weissbort)     
(Over fifty published translations of short stories, poems and articles from English (in Književne novine, Književna reč, Pismo, Pro Femina, etc.) into Serbo-Croatian, including the works of Raymond Carver, Donald Barthelme, and Marvin Bell. Complete list available upon request.)    
Feature Film Screenplays:
Dušan Kovačević, Papa (New York: The Professional Film Company, 1997), pp. 178.
Creative Writing:
Novel Writing
Short Fiction Workshop
Literature and Theory:
Interpretation of Literature
Narrative Literature
Literature and Psychology
Modern Central and East European Novel
Slavic Fantastic Literature 
History of Serbian and Croatian Literature
Central European Cultures
Slavic Critical Theory and Practice
Literatures and Cultures of Eastern Europe
Balkan Masculinities
Translation: Theory and Practice
Modern Serbian and Croatian Literature
Gender and Nation After Yugoslavia
Comparative History of South Slavic Literatures
Psychoanalysis and Literature
Slavic Imagined Communities
Violence and Culture
Theories of Intercultural Communication
The Vampire in Literature and Film
*Comparative Slavic Mythology and Religion
*East European Literature and Film
Intensive Elementary Serbo-Croatian
Intensive Intermediate Serbo-Croatian
*Advanced Serbo-Croatian
*can teach but didn't yet have the opportunity to teach
Work in Progress:
a) Creative Writing:
Books:   1. Second World, a novel (in English)
  2. S/M, a novel (in Serbo-Croatian)
b) Translation: 
Dušan Kovačević and Emir Kusturica, The White Hotel (New York: Robardeau and Geisler Productions, 1998), feature film screenplay (Serbo-Croatian to English)
c) Criticism and Theory:
1. The Secret of Translation:  A Manifesto of Border Cultures
1. “Ćele Kula: Nation as Trauma Commemoration”
2. “Ethnic Pornography in the Balkans: S/M of National Identity“
Поглед у књигу
КЊИГУ ТРЕНУТНО НЕ МОЖЕТЕ КУПИТИ У СЛУЖБЕНОМ ГЛАСНИКУ.Романе Мајстор и Маргарита Михаила Булгакова, Фердидурке Витолда Гомбровича, Гробница за Бориса Давидовича Данила Киша и Живот је другдје Милана Кундере, Томислав З. Лонгиновић разматра кроз идеју о јединственом културном идентитету средње и источне Европе, у оквиру које ниче гранична поетика. '
превела Дијана Митровић Лонгиновић
прво издање, 2013
20 х 24,5 цм
180 стр.
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ISBN: 978-86-519-1570-6
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