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Bosnia Mosaic

Author : Barbara Degler
ISBN : 9781458399298
Genre : Fiction
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We had a life. We had a war. Now we don't have a life. Bosnia plunges into a brutal war, dividing families and shattering lives. Sanja and Amela have sworn eternal friendship, but now their families are on opposite sides of the conflict. Separated by the war, each must use ingenuity and courage to survive. When they meet again after six years, their relationship is tenuous, hampered by mistrust and raw emotions. In the aftermath of a war that is far from settled, being friends again could be dangerous for both of them. Can they regain their friendship? Do they even want to?
Category: Fiction

The New Bosnian Mosaic

Author : Elissa Helms
ISBN : 9781317023081
Genre : Social Science
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Since the violent events of the Bosnian war and the revelations of ethnic cleansing that shocked the world in the early 1990s, Bosnia has become a metaphor for the new ethnic nationalisms, for the transformation of warfare in the post-Cold War era, and for new forms of peacekeeping and state-building. This book is unique in offering a re-examination of the Bosnian case with a 'bottom-up' perspective. It gathers together cultural anthropologists and other social scientists to consider the specificities of the Bosnian case. However, the book also raises broader questions: what are the consequences of internecine violence and how should societies attempt to overcome them? Are the uncertainties and the transformations of Bosnian post-war society due entirely to the war, or are they related to wider processes encompassing post-communist Europe as a whole? And are the difficulties experienced by international state-building operations mainly due to distinctive features of the local societies or are they due to the policies promoted by the international community itself?
Category: Social Science

The War In Bosnia Herzegovina

Author : Steven L. Burg
ISBN : 076563189X
Genre : History
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This is a probing examination of the historical, cultural, and political dimensions of the crisis in Bosnia and the international efforts to resolve it. It provides a detailed analysis of international proposals to end the fighting, from the Vance-Owen plan to the Dayton accord, with special attention to the national and international politics that shaped them. It analyzes the motivations and actions of the warring parties, neighboring states, and international actors including the United States, the United Nations, the European powers, and others involved in the war and the diplomacy surrounding it. With guides to sources and documentation, abundant tabular data, and over thirty maps, this will be the definitive volume on the most vexing conflict of the post-Soviet period. One reviewer commented: Superb! There is nothing like it. Extraordinarily knowledgeable and well-documented. It has depth, it's insightful, and it's intelligent. The analysis is brilliant; it captures the goals and motives of the parties as well as their priorities. It will get lots of attention.
Category: History

Islam And Nationhood In Bosnia Herzegovina

Author : Xavier Bougarel
ISBN : 9781350003613
Genre : Religion
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Based on substantial fieldwork and thorough knowledge of written sources, Xavier Bougarel offers an innovative analysis of the post-Ottoman and post-Communist history of Bosnian Muslims. Islam and Nationhood in Bosnia-Herzegovina explores little-known aspects of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, unravels the paradoxes of Bosniak national identity, and retraces the transformations of Bosnian Islam from the end of the Ottoman period to today. It offers fresh perspectives on the wars and post-war periods of the Yugoslav space, the forming of national identities and the strength of imperial legacies in Eastern Europe, and Islam's presence in Europe. The question of how Islam is tied to national identity still divides Bosnian Muslims. Islam and Nationhood in Bosnia-Herzegovina places the history of ties between Islam and politics in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the larger global context of Bosnian Muslims relations both with the umma (the global Muslim community) and Europe from the late 19th century to the present and is a vital contribution to research on Islam in the West.
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The European Mosaic

Author : David Gowland
ISBN : 0582328969
Genre : Political Science
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This second edition of a book first published in 1995 re-organizes its presentation of the mosaic of contemporary European politics, economics and culture.
Category: Political Science

Ethnic And National Identity In Bosnia Herzegovina

Author : Keith Doubt
ISBN : 9781498594189
Genre : Social Science
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In Ethnic and National Identity in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Keith Doubt and Adnan Tufekčić analyze Bosnian social organization, cultural character, and boundary maintenance. Doubt and Tufekčić argue that Bosnians live in a polyethnic society, defined by a set of marriage and kinship practices that cross ethnic and national identity divisions. This book provides readers with a clearer understanding of Bosnian identity and the role of ethnic groups in an increasingly complex society.
Category: Social Science

Yugoslav Mosaic

Author : Katarina Adanja
ISBN : UOM:39015031953402
Genre : Art
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Forgetting Children Born Of War

Author : Charli Carpenter
ISBN : 9780231522304
Genre : Political Science
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Sexual violence and exploitation occur in many conflict zones, and the children born of such acts face discrimination, stigma, and infanticide. Yet the massive transnational network of organizations working to protect war-affected children has, for two decades, remained curiously silent on the needs of this vulnerable population. Focusing specifically on the case of Bosnia-Herzegovina, R. Charli Carpenter questions the framing of atrocity by human rights organizations and the limitations these narratives impose on their response. She finds that human rights groups set their agendas according to certain grievances-the claims of female rape victims or the complaints of aggrieved minorities, for example-and that these concerns can overshadow the needs of others. Incorporating her research into a host of other conflict zones, Carpenter shows that the social construction of rights claims is contingent upon the social construction of wrongs. According to Carpenter, this pathology prevents the full protection of children born of war.
Category: Political Science