Božidar Filipović and Nataša Jovanović (eds.)

Papers in this collection analyze the student protest and blockade of the Faculty of Philosophy on the basis of qualitative data, i.e. interviews conducted with various actors involved in the events in the fall of 2014 (students participating in the blockade, students opposing it, and members of faculty). The chapters map various interpretations provided by actors of the student protest, the protest’s causes, student demands, methods of struggle, and outcomes. On the basis of the analysis of this specific protest, the authors examine a host of issues concerning higher education today, in the context of neoliberalism and semi-periphery.