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What Bosnians think about being divided by ethnicity?

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Gradska knjiznica

13.01.2016.

RECOM Exclusives

Igor Štiks: We still haven’t been able to create a regional narrative about reconciliation

Photo: Cultural center GRAD RECOM interview with Igor Štiks   Igor Štiks is building several careers with equal success. He has published the novels A Castle in Romagna (2000, 2007) and Elijah’s Chair (2006, 2010), and, in collaboration with Srećko Horvat, a political essay...

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08.12.2015.

RECOM Exclusives

Education – cure or symptom?

It is highly unlikely that critical narratives examining the past will find a fertile ground in the educational institutions of divided and isolated societies. In this respect, the textbooks are just the metaphorical tip of the iceberg.   By Jana Bacevic   When speaking of the...

Baker

30.10.2015.

RECOM Exclusives

Researching reconciliation: between public narratives and micro-politics

By Catherine Baker   Who needs to reconcile with each other after the Yugoslav wars, what would have to occur before reconciliation could take place, and how would anyone be able to tell if it had happened? Many researchers as well as policy-makers have tried to approach this question in...

Zilka

20.10.2015.

RECOM Exclusives

Humanity with a woman’s face in Bosnia and Herzegovina

By Zilka Spahić-Šiljak   “Women are people too”, the feminists used to repeat persistently, hoping we wouldn’t have to bring this up in the 21st century. But, as soon as we thought we would no longer have to talk about it ever again, it turned out that one more international document...

Interview
Gradska knjiznica

Igor Štiks: We still haven’t been able to create a regional narrative about reconciliation

13.01.2016. | RECOM Exclusives

Photo: Cultural center GRAD RECOM interview with Igor Štiks   Igor Štiks is building several careers with equal success. He has published the novels A Castle in Romagna (2000, 2007) and Elijah’s Chair (2006, 2010), and, in collaboration with Srećko Horvat, a political essay...

Jana Bacevic
JBacevic_photo_2015

Education – cure or symptom?

08.12.2015. | RECOM Exclusives

It is highly unlikely that critical narratives examining the past will find a fertile ground in the educational institutions of divided and isolated societies. In this respect, the textbooks are just the metaphorical tip of the iceberg.   By Jana Bacevic   When speaking of the...

Catherine Baker
Baker

Researching reconciliation: between public narratives and micro-politics

30.10.2015. | RECOM Exclusives

By Catherine Baker   Who needs to reconcile with each other after the Yugoslav wars, what would have to occur before reconciliation could take place, and how would anyone be able to tell if it had happened? Many researchers as well as policy-makers have tried to approach this question in...

Zilka Spahić-Šiljak
Zilka

Humanity with a woman’s face in Bosnia and Herzegovina

20.10.2015. | RECOM Exclusives

By Zilka Spahić-Šiljak   “Women are people too”, the feminists used to repeat persistently, hoping we wouldn’t have to bring this up in the 21st century. But, as soon as we thought we would no longer have to talk about it ever again, it turned out that one more international document...