BALKANS NIC DATA-BASE ARTICLES


Hamza Karcic, "Commemorating Srebrenica: Introduction To The Special Issue," Journal Of Muslim Minority Affairs, 35 (September 2015): 329-333.

Aida A. Hozic, "Writing After Genocide: Lessons From Srebrenica And The Meaning Of Community After Violence," Journal Of Muslim Minority Affairs, 35 (September 2015): 423-427.

Hikmet Karcic, "From The Selimovic Case To The Srebrenica Commission: The Fight To Recognize The Srebrenica Genocide," Journal Of Muslim Minority Affairs, 35 (September 2015): 370-379.

Hamza Karcic, "Remembering By Resolution: The Case Of Srebrenica," Journal Of Genocide Research, 17 (June 2015): 201-210.

Miruna Troncota, "Sarajevo: A Border City Caught Between Its Multicultural Past, The Bosnian War And A European Future," Eurolimes, 19 (Spring 2015): 119-38.

Janine Di Giovannia, "Justice For Rape Camp Survivors," Newsweek Global, 162 (April 18, 2014): 23-30.

Paul Mojzes, "From Genocide To Dialogue: Christian-Muslim Relations In The Former Yugoslavia," Occasional Papers On Religion In Eastern Europe, 34 (April 2014): 14-34.

Richard C. Hall, "Balkan Wars," History Today (November 1, 2012).

Janine De Giovanni, "Possessed By War," Newsweek, 158 (December 12, 2011): 40-47.

Peter Brock, "The Hague: Doodling In Medialandia," Mediterranean Quarterly, 22 (Summer 2011): 53-71.

"The Making Of A Monster," Newsweek, 157 (June 6, 2011): 46-49.

Ioannis Armakolas, "The 'Paradox" of Tuzla City: Explaining Non-Nationalist Local Politics During The Bosnian War," Europe-Asia Studies, 63 (March 2011): 229-261.

Andras Riedlmayer, "Crimes Of War, Crimes Of Peace: Destruction Of Libraries During And After The Balkan Wars Of The 1990s," Library Trends, 56 (Summer 2007): 107-132.

Joy P. Kaufman and Kristen P. Williams, "Gendered Nationalism And The Balkan Wars," International Feminist Journal Of Politics, 6 (September 2004): 416-435.

Lynda E. Boose, "Crossing The River Drina: Bosnia Rape Camps, Turkish Impalement, And Serb Cultural Memory," Signs, 28 (Autumn 2002).

Dusko Doder, "Milosevic, Still At War," Nation, 274 (May 27, 2002): 25-29.


 

 

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