About employee

izv. prof. dr. sc. Igor Duda

Title: Associate professor

Location:
Katedra za modernu i suvremenu povijest, Odsjek za povijest, Ronjgova 1 (polukat)
Consultations:

sabbatical 25 Feb 2019 - 24 Feb 2020

Public phone number:
052 377 524
Official web page URL:
Department :
Katedra za modernu i suvremenu povijest
Graduation year:
2000
mr.sc. graduation year:
2004
PhD graduation year:
2009
Employed since:
2001

Teaching duties

Biography

Igor Duda (Pula, 1977) is Associate Professor at the Department of History, Faculty of Humanities, and at the Centre for Cultural and Historical Research of Socialism, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula. He graduated in History and Croatian Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb (2000). He earned his MSc (2004) and PhD (2009) degrees in History from the same university. His research fields are social history and the history of everyday life of the second half of the 20th century, Croatia in Socialist Yugoslavia, history of leisure and tourism, history of consumer culture and history of childhood. He is the author of three volumes (in Croatian): In Pursuit of Well-Being. On History of Leisure and Consumer Society in Croatia in the 1950s and 1960s (2005), Well-Being Found. Everyday Life and Consumer Culture in Croatia in the 1970s and 1980s (2010) and Today when I Become a Pioneer. Childhood and the Ideology of Yugoslav Socialism (2015). He is a co-author of the volume They Never Had It Better? Modernization of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia (2015), co-editor of Social Inequalities and Discontent in Yugoslav Socialism (2016), as well as editor and co-author of (in Croatian) Making of the Socialist Man. Croatian Society and the Ideology of Yugoslav Socialism (2017). He was the principal investigator of the research project Making of the Socialist Man. Croatian Society and the Ideology of Yugoslav Socialism (financed by HRZZ 2014-17), and currently he has the same role within the research project Microstructures of Yugoslav Socialism: Croatia 1970-1990 (financed by HRZZ 2018-22). He is a member of several associations and university boards, the co-founder and the first head of the Centre for Cultural and Historical Research of Socialism in the year 2012/13 (again in 2016/17). He was the head of the Department of History 2013-17.

Published papers recorded in the Croatian Scientific Bibliography Database (CROSBI)

  Author's books
 

1. Duda, Igor.
Today when I Am Becoming a Pioneer. Childhood and the Ideology of Yugoslav Socialism .
Zagreb : Srednja Europa, Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, 2015 (monograph).

2. Dobrivojević, Ivana; Duda, Igor; Mihelj, Sabina; Panić, Ana.
They Never Had It Better? Modernization of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia .
Beograd : Muzej istorije Jugoslavije, 2014 (handbook).

3. Dobrivojević, Ivana; Duda, Igor; Mihelj, Sabina; Panić, Ana.
They Never Had It Better? Modernization of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia .
Beograd : Muzej istorije Jugoslavije, 2014 (handbook).

4. Duda, Igor.
Well-Being Found. Everyday Life and Consumer Culture in Croatia in the 1970s and 1980s .
Zagreb : Srednja Europa, 2010 (monograph).

5. Duda, Igor.
In pursuit of well-being : on history of leisure and consumer society in Croatia in the 1950s and 1960s .
Zagreb : Srednja Europa, 2005 (monograph).
 
  Editor's books
 

1. Making of the Socialist Man. Croatian Society and the Ideology of Yugoslav Socialism / Duda, Igor, editor(s).
Zagreb, Pula : Srednja Europa, Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, 2017 (proceedings).

2. Social Inequalities and Discontent in Yugoslav Socialism / Archer, Rory; Duda, Igor; Stubbs, Paul, editor(s).
London : Routledge, 2016 (monograph).

3. Past, Present, Future I: Identity in Flux (Tabula 14, 2016) / Kurelić, Robert; Duda, Igor, editor(s).
Pula : Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, 2016 (proceedings).

4. Contemporary History Workshop. Researches of the Pula University Graduates 2011-13 / Duda, Igor; Buhin, Anita; Stanić, Igor, editor(s).
Pula (Pola) ; Zagreb : Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli ; Srednja Europa, 2013 (proceedings).
 
  Book chapters
 

1. Duda, Igor.
Social and quotidian in the research of history of socialist Yugoslavia: mapping of the field and themes // Reprezentacije socijalističke Jugoslavije: preispitivanja i perspektive / Grandits, Hannes ; Ivanović, Vladimir ; Janković, Branimir, editor(s).
Sarajevo ; Zagreb : UMHIS ; Srednja Europa, 2019. Str. 35-42.

2. Duda, Igor.
Everyday Life: Daddy, Buy Me a Car! // Šezdesete u Hrvatskoj – mit i stvarnost / Ledić, Vesna ; Prlić, Adriana ; Vučić, Miroslava, editor(s).
Zagreb : Muzej za umjetnost i obrt, Školska knjiga, 2018. Str. 36-65.

3. Duda, Igor.
O vrhuncu jugoslavenske potrošačke kulture / On the Apogee of Yugoslav Consumer Culture // Pejzaži potrošačke kulture u socijalističkoj Jugoslaviji / Consumer Culture Landscapes in Socialist Yugoslavia / Bodrožić, Nataša ; Butković Mićin, Lidija ; Šimpraga, Saša, editor(s).
Zagreb ; Eindhoven : Slobodne veze ; Onomatopee 152, 2018. Str. 94-113.

4. Duda, Igor.
Introduction: from backwardness to the universe, from project to the edited volume // Stvaranje socijalističkoga čovjeka. Hrvatsko društvo i ideologija jugoslavenskoga socijalizma / Duda, Igor, editor(s).
Zagreb, Pula : Srednja Europa, Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, 2017. Str. 5-22.

5. Duda, Igor.
Cornerstones. The pillars of Yugoslav society and pioneers as little socialist people // Stvaranje socijalističkoga čovjeka. Hrvatsko društvo i ideologija jugoslavenskoga socijalizma / Duda, Igor, editor(s).
Zagreb, Pula : Srednja Europa, Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, 2017. Str. 23-49.

6. Duda, Igor.
Consumers as carriers of socialism. Consumer protection in a system of social self-management and associated labour // Stvaranje socijalističkoga čovjeka. Hrvatsko društvo i ideologija jugoslavenskoga socijalizma / Duda, Igor, editor(s).
Zagreb, Pula : Srednja Europa, Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, 2017. Str. 245-272.

7. Duda, Igor.
Everyday Life in Both Yugoslavias: Catching up with Europe // Jugoslavija u istorijskoj perspektivi / Perović, Latinka i dr., editor(s).
Beograd : Helsinški odbor za ljudska prava u Srbiji, 2017. Str. 366-382.

8. Duda, Igor.
Everyday Life in Both Yugoslavias: Catching up with Europe // Yugoslavia from a Historical Perspective / Perović, Latinka i dr., editor(s).
Beograd : Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, 2017. Str. 391-408.

9. Archer, Rory; Duda, Igor; Stubbs, Paul.
Bringing Class Back In: an introduction // Social Inequalities and Discontent in Yugoslav Socialism / Archer, Rory ; Duda, Igor ; Stubbs, Paul, editor(s).
London : Routledge, 2016. Str. 1-20.

10. Duda, Igor.
When capitalism and socialism get along best: tourism, consumer culture and the idea of progress in Malo misto // Social Inequalities and Discontent in Yugoslav Socialism / Archer, Rory ; Duda, Igor ; Stubbs, Paul, editor(s).
London : Routledge, 2016. Str. 173-192.

11. Duda, Igor.
Pioneers: new people for new society // Odrastanje 60-ih i 70-ih / Growing up in the 1960s and 1970s / Premuž Đipalo, Vedrana, editor(s).
Split : Etnografski muzej Split, 2016. Str. 192-201.

12. Duda, Igor.
Communists as tourists. Holidays at the villa of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Croatia in Fažana // Fažanski libar 7 / Urošević, Mirko, editor(s).
Pula : Amforapress, 2014. Str. 137-145.

13. Duda, Igor.
Social Tourism and Socialism: the Fažana case // Zbornik javnih predavanja 3 / Cerić, Maja ; Mrak, Mirela, editor(s).
Pazin : Državni arhiv u Pazinu, 2014. Str. 49-58.

14. Duda, Igor.
Workers into Tourists. Entitlements, Desires and the Realities of Social Tourism under Yugoslav Socialism // Sunčana strana Jugoslavije. Povijest turizma u socijalizmu / Grandits, Hannes ; Taylor, Karin, editor(s).
Zagreb : Srednja Europa, 2013. Str. 55-87.

15. Duda, Igor.
What to do at the Weekend? Leisure for Happy Consumers, Refreshed Workers, and Good Citizens // Sunčana strana Jugoslavije. Povijest turizma u socijalizmu / Grandits, Hannes ; Taylor, Karin, editor(s).
Zagreb : Srednja Europa, 2013. Str. 313-342.

16. Duda, Igor.
With Consumerism toward Communism? Consumer Culture in Croatia 1950s-1980s // Potrošačka kultura i konzumerizam / Čolić, Snježana, editor(s).
Zagreb : Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, 2013. Str. 83-105.

17. Duda, Igor.
Children of the Socialist Homeland. Creation of the Pioneer Tradition in Croatia in the 1950s // Socijalizam na klupi. Jugoslavensko društvo očima nove postjugoslavenske humanistike / Duraković, Lada ; Matošević, Andrea, editor(s).
Pula (Pola) ; Zagreb : Srednja Europa ; Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli ; Sa(n)jam knjige u Istri, 2013. Str. 75-101.

18. Duda, Igor.
No Fuel. INA, Shortages and Restriction Measures in Croatia 1979-84 // Iz hrvatske povijesti 20. stoljeća – Iz hrvaške zgodovine 20. stoletja / Iveljić, Iskra ; Matković, Stjepan ; Lazarević, Žarko, editor(s).
Ljubljana : Inštitut za novejšo zgodovino, 2012. Str. 111-122.

19. Duda, Igor.
Running-in socialism. Croatia in the decade after the year 1945 // Refleksije vremena 1945.-1955. / Bavoljak, Jasmina, editor(s).
Zagreb : Galerija Klovićevi dvori, 2012. Str. 10-37.

20. Duda, Igor.
"Rare Moments of Rest". Tito and Leisure // Tito – viđenja i tumačenja / Manojlović Pintar, Olga, editor(s).
Beograd : Institut za noviju istoriju Srbije, Arhiv Jugoslavije, 2011. Str. 313-328.

21. Duda, Igor.
Adriatic for All: Summer Holidays in Croatia // Remembering Utopia. The Culture of Everyday Life in Socialist Yugoslavia / Luthar, Breda ; Pušnik, Maruša, editor(s).
Washington : New Academia Publishing, 2010. Str. 289-311.

22. Duda, Igor.
Workers into Tourists: Entitlements, Desires and the Realities of Social Tourism under Yugoslav Socialism // Yugoslavia's Sunny Side. A History of Tourism in Socialism (1950s-1980s) / Grandits, Hannes ; Taylor, Karin, editor(s).
Budapest, New York : Central European University Press, 2010. Str. 33-68.

23. Duda, Igor.
What to do at the Weekend? Leisure for Happy Consumers, Refreshed Workers, and Good Citizens // Yugoslavia's Sunny Side. A History of Tourism in Socialism (1950s-1980s) / Grandits, Hannes ; Taylor, Karin, editor(s).
Budapest, New York : Central European University Press, 2010. Str. 303-334.

24. Duda, Igor.
Everyday Life in Dalmatia in the Works of Stijepo Obad // Zbornik Stijepa Obada / Trogrlić, Marko ; Vrandečić, Josip ; Bralić, Ante ; Lukšić, Mislav Elvis, editor(s).
Zadar : Sveučilište u Zadru, Odjel za povijest, 2010. Str. 145-158.

25. Duda, Igor.
Everyday Life in the Fifties: From Shortages to the Economic Miracle // Način u jeziku/Književnost i kultura pedesetih. Zbornik radova 36. seminara Zagrebačke slavističke škole / Bagić, Krešimir, editor(s).
Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Zagrebačka slavistička škola, 2008. Str. 69-85.

26. Duda, Igor.
Everything is Most Modern. Everyday Life and Consumer Culture in Pula in the Early 1960s // Pula 3000 Pola: Prilozi za povijesnu sintezu / Cvek, Elmo ; Krizmanić, Attilio, editor(s).
Pula : C.A.S.H., 2004. Str. 43-55.
 
  Scientific papers in other journals
 

1. Duda, Igor.
Consumers as the Vehicles of Socialism. Consumer Protection in the System of Yugoslav Self-Management and Associated Labour. // Südost-Forschungen. 76 (2017) ; 1-23 (journal article).

2. Duda, Igor.
New Researches of Everyday Life and Socio-Cultural History of Yugoslav Socialism. // Tabula : časopis Filozofskog fakulteta u Puli. 12 (2014) ; 105-116 (review article).

3. Duda, Igor.
New Researches of Everyday Life and Socio-Cultural History of Yugoslav Socialism. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 46 (2014) , 3; 577-591 (review article).

4. Duda, Igor.
With Buco and Bongo against the crisis. Hitrec’s smogovci, childhood and everyday life in late socialism. // Historijski zbornik. 57 (2014) , 2; 401-418 (journal article).

5. Duda, Igor; Stanić, Igor.
Tanned guardians, followers and pioneers: Yugoslav directed tourism across Tito's Brijuni Islands. // Journal of tourism history. 6 (2014) , 2-3; 174-193 (journal article).

6. Tchoukarine, Igor; Yeomans, Rory; Duda, Igor.
Editors' introduction: research on tourism history in the Adriatic Sea Region. // Journal of tourism history. 6 (2014) , 2-3; 103-106.

7. Duda, Igor.
Tourism to the People. Vacation as a Product of Socialist Modernization. // Čovjek i prostor : mjesečnik Udruženja hrvatskih arhitekata. 05-06 (684-685) (2011) ; 28-32 (review article).

8. Duda, Igor.
Tošo Dabac, Istarski dnevnik / Diario istriano, eds. Marina Benažić and Jerica Ziherl, Novigrad: Muzej-Museo Lapidarium, 2008, pp. 109 ; Tošo Dabac, Riječki dnevnik / Rijeka Chronicles, eds. Jerica Ziherl and Marina Benažić, Rijeka: Muzej moderne i suvremene umjetnosti, Rijeka, 2009, pp. 114. // Histria : godišnjak Istarskog povijesnog društva. 1 (2011) ; 238-242.

9. Duda, Igor; Stanić, Igor.
Behind the Scene of Workers' Holiday Centres. Official Records on the Roguish and the Hungry 1947-1950. // Historijski zbornik. 64 (2011) , 1; 99-119 (journal article).

10. Duda, Igor.
The Conference Socialist Luxury, London, January 20, 2006. // Povijest u nastavi. 7 (2006) ; 127-130.

11. Duda, Igor.
Technology to the People! Durables, Consumption and Leisure in Socialist Croatia. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 37 (2005) , 2; 371-392 (journal article).

12. Duda, Igor.
Escaping the City : Leisure Travel in the 1950s and 1960s Croatia. // Ethnologia Balkanica. 9 (2005) ; 285-303 (journal article).

13. Duda, Igor.
We are here for no reason. The lost population of Pula 1910-1948. // Radovi - Zavod za hrvatsku povijest. 34-36 (2002/2004) ; 157-184 (journal article).

14. Duda, Igor.
History of leisure for beginners. // Povijest u nastavi. 3 (2004) ; 214-221 (review article).

15. Duda, Igor.
The leisured masses dicover Croatia. English travel guidebooks as a source for the history of travelling to the eastern Adriatic coast in the 1950s and 1960s. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 35 (2003) , 3; 803-822 (journal article).

16. Duda, Igor.
Supermarket as the headline news. The beginnings of the contemporary consumer society in the 1950s and 1960s. // Problemi sjevernog Jadrana. 8 (2003) ; 267-278 (review article).

17. Duda, Igor.
Let's take a train for a weekend excursion. Social and cultural history of free time in Croatia during the 1960s. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 34 (2002) , 3; 659-678 (journal article).

18. Duda, Igor.
Conquering space and time. Leisure as the pleasure of the long nineteenth century. // Kolo : časopis Matice hrvatske. 1 (2001) ; 5-50 (journal article).

19. Duda, Igor.
The elements of cosmopolitism in the town of Pula (1850-1918). // Radovi - Zavod za hrvatsku povijest. 32-33 (1999/2000) ; 105-116 (journal article).

20. Duda, Igor.
With the Declaration towards the language. A view on the cultural-linguistical picture of the history of the second half of the 20th century. // Kolo : časopis Matice hrvatske. 3 (2000) ; 85-104 (journal article).
 
  Nonscientific papers in other journals
 

1. Duda, Igor.
Francesca Rolandi, Con ventiquattromila baci. L’influenza della cultura di massa italiana in Jugoslavia (1955-1965) (Bologna: Bononia University Press, 2015), 196 pp.. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 48 (2016) , 2; 558-560.

2. Duda, Igor.
Yugoslavia: from the Beginning to the End, Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 1 (2013) ; 170-173.

3. Duda, Igor.
A Stimulating Interpretation of the History of a City (Darko Dukovski: Povijest Pule). // Nova Istra : časopis za književnost, kulturološke i društvene teme. 1-2 (2012) ; 228-233.

4. Duda, Igor.
Deborah McLaren, Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 37 (2005) , 2; 537-538.

5. Duda, Igor.
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History. // Radovi Zavoda za hrvatsku povijest. 34-35-36 (2004) ; 316-319.

6. Duda, Igor.
Everyday Socialism: an International Conference (London, April 24-26, 2003. // Časopis za suvremenu povijest. 36 (2004) , 2; 853-858.

7. Duda, Igor.
How to Become a Responsible Traveler. // H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences. 2004 (2004) ; .

8. Duda, Igor.
History of leisure: how did the British take their summer holidays? – John K. Walton, The British seaside. Holidays and resorts in the twentieth century. Manchester University Press, Manchester & New York, 2000. // Povijest u nastavi. 1 (2003) ; 105-108.

9. Duda, Igor.
International Institute of Social History – International Review of Social History. // Povijest u nastavi. 1 (2003) ; 116-119.

10. Duda, Igor.
Through Coral Door with the Invisible Letter into the Oblivion. // Književna revija. 39 (1999) , 1-2; 102-113 (journal article).
 
  Papers in the publishing process
 

1. Barac-Grum, Vida; Blažeka, Đuro; Brlobaš, Željka; Celinić, Anita; Čilaš Šimpraga, Ankica; Drpić, Irena; Duda, Igor; Grah, Helena; Jozić, Željko; Kekez, Stipe; Kolonić Bistričić, Sandra; Kurtović, Ivana; Kuzmić, Martina; Lončarić, Mijo; Lorencin, Nataša; Novak, Ines; Menac-Mihalić, Mira; Peršić, Nada; Poropat-Božac, Sandra; Primc, Kristina; Šimunović, Petar; Vranić, Silvana; Škorić, Doris; Težak, Stjepko; Sulovsky, Tatjana; Vidović, Domagoj; Zubčić, Sanja.
Croatian linguistic atlas : Phonological descriptions. Vol. 1 : Čakavian dialect : phonological descriptions of speech covered Croatian linguistic atlas. // Hrvatski jezični atlas. (2007) (accepted for publication).
 
  Unpublished papers
 

1. Duda, Igor.
On Holidays with the State: Social Tourism and Social Background in Socialist Yugoslavia // .
(invited talk,unpublished,scientific).

2. Duda, Igor.
Having Holidays in Yugoslav Socialism // .
(invited talk,unpublished,scientific).

3. Duda, Igor.
Having a Car in Socialist Yugoslavia: On the Road to Consumerism and Private Leisure // .
(lecture,unpublished,scientific).
 
  Dissertations
 

1. Duda, Igor.
Everyday Life and Consumer Culture in Croatia in the 1970s and 1980s / doctoral thesis.
Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet, 7.07. 2009., 424 pages. Mentor: Goldstein, Ivo.
 
  Master thesis
 

1. Duda, Igor.
In Pursuit of Holidays and Well-Being: On History of Leisure and Consumer Society in Croatia in the 1950s and 1960s / pre-Bologna master thesis.
Zagreb : Filozofski fakultet, 28.05. 2004., 174 pages. Mentor: Maticka, Marijan.
 
  Other papers
 

1. Duda, Igor; Roksandić, Drago; Pejić, Luka.
What is History of Yugoslavia?, 2018.

2. Duda, Igor; Matošević, Andrea.
Introduction: Tabula: Journal of the Department of Humanities - Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, 8 (2010), 7-9., 2010.