Current Events

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RECOM is struggling with the politicians, the media and the economic crisis

21.05.2015. | Current Events


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The Use of Facts in Artworks

19.05.2015. | Current Events


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Film as the Voice of Victims

11.05.2015. | Current Events


Contributing authors for RECOM

Jelena Subotic

18.05.2015.

Contributing authors for RECOM

The need to confront the past

What does “confronting the past” mean? What do we want people to do when we say societies should “face their pasts?” How do we do that, exactly? “Confronting the past” can mean many different things and can come about in many different ways. Ideally, what we want societies coming out...

Aleksandar Bošković

11.05.2015.

Contributing authors for RECOM

Reconciliation and justice for victims as a universal value

In all conflicts of the modern era, when the armed conflict ends, there comes a realization that representatives of the conflicting parties must live, if not with each other, then at least alongside each other. Justice for the victims emerges as one of the important conditions for a sustainable...

Eric Gordy 1

11.05.2015.

Contributing authors for RECOM

On truth, facts, and (maybe) reconciliation

Reconciliation is a receding target, it would seem. In the first place, there is something discomfiting about the structure of the word. It implies that there was an earlier condition of conciliation that has been lost, and that there is a process (presumably involving recognition/acknowledgement...

Frljic-vecernji list

11.05.2015.

Contributing authors for RECOM

It is glorious to forget in the name of the motherland

Nationalism, according to Ernest Gellner, is a political principle, which requires a coincidence of political and ethnic boundaries. The nationalist narrative constructs the public memory of those facts that can legitimize this principle. Anything that questions the aforementioned...

Jelena Subotić
Jelena Subotic

The need to confront the past

18.05.2015. | Contributing authors for RECOM

What does “confronting the past” mean? What do we want people to do when we say societies should “face their pasts?” How do we do that, exactly? “Confronting the past” can mean many different things and can come about in many different ways. Ideally, what we want societies coming out...

Aleksandar Bošković
Aleksandar Bošković

Reconciliation and justice for victims as a universal value

11.05.2015. | Contributing authors for RECOM

In all conflicts of the modern era, when the armed conflict ends, there comes a realization that representatives of the conflicting parties must live, if not with each other, then at least alongside each other. Justice for the victims emerges as one of the important conditions for a sustainable...

Eric Gordy
Eric Gordy 1

On truth, facts, and (maybe) reconciliation

11.05.2015. | Contributing authors for RECOM

Reconciliation is a receding target, it would seem. In the first place, there is something discomfiting about the structure of the word. It implies that there was an earlier condition of conciliation that has been lost, and that there is a process (presumably involving recognition/acknowledgement...

Oliver Frljic
Frljic-vecernji list

It is glorious to forget in the name of the motherland

11.05.2015. | Contributing authors for RECOM

Nationalism, according to Ernest Gellner, is a political principle, which requires a coincidence of political and ethnic boundaries. The nationalist narrative constructs the public memory of those facts that can legitimize this principle. Anything that questions the aforementioned...