YUGOSLAVIA: THE ASSASSINATION OF A NATION A STORY OF HOW CULTURAL IDENTITY WAS POLITICIZED AND DESTROYED
Links to Fileshttps://soundcloud.com/gouchercollege/sets/maja-subasic
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Type of Work144 p.
ProgramMA in Cultural Sustainability
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SubjectsCultural sustainability -- Capstone (Graduate)
Bosnia and Herzegovina -- History -- Civil War, 1992-1997.
Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Group identity.
This capstone project examines the effects of the Bosnian Civil War (1992-1997) on the culture and identity of the Bosnian people. Drawing on literature, theory, interviews, and case studies, the written research component of this project will analyze Bosnian culture and identity before and during the war to the present (2011). In order to listen to the audio recordings associated with this project, please visit https://soundcloud.com/gouchercollege/sets/maja-subasic.