Author: Jana Nichota
06.11.2020
Temporary Camps, Permanent Memorials

Author: Jovana Kolarić
20.10.2020
The Ministry of Defense Revisionist Reader

Author: Milka Tadić Mijović
30.09.2020
The Dark Shadows of Dubrovnik

Author: Milica Stojanović
25.09.2020
Instead of Substance, Spectacle

Author: Besnike Salihu-Shala
23.09.2020
‘Global War’ Against A Virus

Author: Florentina Hajdari Hajra
22.09.2020
Individual War Stories Shaping the Historical Dialogue for Peacebuilding

Author: Simona Atanasova
08.09.2020
Media literacy - the most effective vaccine against fake news epidemic

Author: Filip Balunović
07.09.2020
Looking back

Author: Edin Ramulić
21.08.2020
SILENCE AS AN ALIBY

Author: Branka Vierda
05.08.2020
25 Years Later: Can “Operation Storm” Come to Mean Reconciliation?

Author: Lejla Gačanica
14.07.2020
Numbers and letters

Author: Jelena Đureinović
10.07.2020
The False Politics of Reconciliation

Author: Mirjana Trifković
08.07.2020
The other side of the coin

Author: Jovana Gligorijević
23.06.2020
Yes, It Happened

Author: Milica Pralica
31.05.2020
Culture of remembrance in times of a pandemic

Author: Selvije Kurti
18.05.2020
...a body’s memory of past as a reaction to the pandemic?

Author: Gresa Rrahmani
18.05.2020
Collective trauma: Revisiting us in Pandemic times

Author: Marko Krtolica
14.05.2020
Defining the concept of transitional justice

Author: Snježana Milivojević
11.05.2020
The Past According to Social Media

Author: Azra Berbić
09.05.2020
Historical revisionism on the day of victory over fascism

Author: Nevena Lalić
28.04.2020
Let us live!

Author: Snežana Čongradin
23.04.2020
Media in Time of Pandemic

Author: Edo Kanlić
14.04.2020
War as the beginning of a new era

Author: Dardan Hoti
13.04.2020
Dealing with the Forgotten

Author: Ivana Žanić
13.04.2020
What we are doing while “grandpa Ratko embraces us” or on the (non-)processing of war crimes in Serbia

Author: Lejla Gačanica
10.04.2020
Curfew for fascism

Author: Mirjana Trifković
07.04.2020
The heroines around us

Author: Elmedina Šabanović
06.04.2020
Fascism in the late twentieth century: The siege of Sarajevo in numbers

Author: Milkica Milojević
02.04.2020
War criminals as national war heroes, and all by law

Author: Amila Ždralović
30.03.2020
Narratives of the past

Author: Nerzuk Ćurak
27.03.2020
The sun is far away

Author: Miljan Kovač
23.03.2020
Fear of the truth is our defeat

Author: Mirjana Trifković
18.03.2020
Between truth and lies

Author: Lejla Gačanica
17.03.2020
Holes (in memory)

Author: Ratko Pilipović
06.03.2020
FACING THE PAST AND THE PRESENT

Author: Vesna Mališić
24.02.2020
Shattered Mirror

Author: Zinaida Đelilović
14.02.2020
850 Priorities and the time that passes

Author: Selvije Kurti
12.02.2020
...what if we were in the shoes of the other side?

Author: Sofija Mandić
03.02.2020
What Happens When the Mind is Blind?

Author: Besnike Salihu
27.01.2020
It is difficult to deal with the past when pain unfolds

Author: Olivera Nedić
16.01.2020
My lessons learnt from a violent past for a peaceful future

Author: Željka Vučinić
23.12.2019
WE CLOSE OUR EYES IN FRONT OF WAR CRIMES

Author: Una Sabljaković
17.12.2019
The Danger of Silence

Author: Ivana Matijević
08.11.2019
We are not victims; we are fools who allowed another war to happen

Author: Vasilka Dimitrovska
03.11.2019
Angel Awaiting Salvation - Dedicated to Kurbinovo

Author: Edvin Kanka Ćudić
25.10.2019
KAZANI AS SARAJEVO'S STAIN DURING THE SIEGE

Author: Milena Karapetrović
21.10.2019
FEMALE SIDE OF PEACE

Author: Sofija Todorović
18.10.2019
Can over there become over here?

Author: Erwan Fouéré
03.10.2019
Dealing with the past in the Western Balkans

Author: Safeta Biševac
27.09.2019
October in Belgrade

Author: Amela Nevaljalović
16.09.2019
"Dealing with the Past" program

Author: Lamija Gutić
13.09.2019
The past is our common field in the sets of our memories

Author: Amar Zagorčić
11.09.2019
Why discuss topics that don't bother you?

Author: Lejla Gačanica
06.09.2019
How much past is enough?

Author: Mirza Skenderagić
27.08.2019
Scream in the past

Author: Barbara Matejčić
ISSUE 11
05.08.2019
It's high time for us to become individuals and stop being ethnicities

29.07.2019
Women in Bronze

22.07.2019
Fake news - global phenomenon with no solution on the horizon

Author: Mirza Skenderagić
19.07.2019
Wake me up when it ends

Author: Ljupko Mišeljić
12.07.2019
The day that might dawn tomorrow

Author: Ljiljana Spasić
11.07.2019
Oblivion, negation and denial equals genocide

Author: Sanja Kljajić
25.06.2019
“You turn the TV on and realize that it’s a state of war”

Author: Aubrey Hamilton
22.05.2019
An American in Kosovo: Reflections on Collective Identity, National Belonging, and America’s Wartime Legacy

Author: Ajna Jusić
21.05.2019
I do not know my father’s name

Author: Ana Vilenica
15.05.2019
Urbanization of the past and wars of the 1990s

Author: Jelena Grujić Zindović
15.04.2019
Why has Serbia not faced its own war past?

Author: Milica Jovanović
18.03.2019
Is there a (political) life after war crimes?

Author: Arbër Selmani
20.02.2019
From Forgiveness to Reconciliation: Extending a Hand for a Better ‘Today’

Author: Lejla Gačanica
23.10.2018
Border and Belonging

Author: Drago Bojić
20.09.2018
From a culture of war to a culture of peace

Author: Mirela Đapo
17.09.2018
Transitional Justice: Theory versus Reality

Author: Nebojša Šavija – Valha
04.07.2018
Jajce – students fighting against ethnic divisions

Author: Adis Šušnjar
02.07.2018
Suppressed siege of Bihać region

Author: Dušica Tomović
18.06.2018
Anniversaries

Author: Svetlana Lukić
14.05.2018
In the shadow of a diplomatic war

Author: Dragan Markovina
07.05.2018
These societies are proving on a daily basis and in every sense that they have not faced the past at all

Author: Eugen Jakovčić
26.04.2018
CROATIA – FACING THE PAST

Author: Tarik Čalkić
29.03.2018
To Each his Own History: Istorija (Serbian), Historija (Bosnian), Povijest (Croatian)

Author: Marijana Toma
15.03.2018
How do we remember March 24, 1999?

Author: Dardan Hoti
13.03.2018
To Women Who Cannot be Cast into Oblivion

Author: Miloš Ćirić
12.02.2018
Ten years of the Republic of Kosovo

Author: Lejla Gačanica
07.02.2018
A moratorium on the past?

Author: Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers i Narcisa Semić
01.02.2018
If Albanian and Serb historical textbook narratives remain staunchly divided, what needs to change?

Author: Tarik Čalkić
17.01.2018
Two schools under one roof – a principle that is no longer functioning!

Author: Nidžara Ahmetašević
14.12.2017
Facts from The Hague

Author: Hrvoje Klasić
13.12.2017
Yugoslavia from a historical perspective and perspective of research on Yugoslavia

Author: Evzi Hani
12.12.2017
The role of dealing with the past in Kosovo’s education system

Author: Tarik Čalkić
11.12.2017
The Bosnian ideal – the lost lifestyle

Author: Nataša Okilj
01.12.2017
Reflection on the identity – who am I and what determines me

Author: Snežana Čongradin
27.11.2017
Genocide is forever

Author: Anisa Mahmutović
24.11.2017
From a hero to a coward, the line was thin

Author: Nidžara Ahmetašević
23.11.2017
The Hague judgments and media wars

Author: Mirjana Tešanović
22.11.2017
Stories from the closet

Author: Slavica Jevđenić
21.11.2017
And after the war, again the war

Author: Mirjana Trifković
16.11.2017
A heavy inheritance

Author: Nidžara Ahmetašević
14.11.2017
Right to remember: Fighting manipulations

Author: Maja Bjelajac
06.11.2017
Cultivation of genetically modified nationalism

Author: Jelena Jevđenić
01.11.2017
The forgotten ones

Author: Jelena Jevđenić
31.10.2017
Childhood and memories

Author: Mirjana Trifković
26.10.2017
My path to where I am

Author: Mirjana Tešanović
26.10.2017
People that have a soul

Author: Dinko Gruhonjić
16.10.2017
From the rehabilitation of Chetniks to the rehabilitation of the war criminal politics from the nineties

Author: Vildana Džekman
03.10.2017
(IN)COMPLETE IMAGES OF THE FEMALE WAR STORY

Author: Dušica Stevanović
02.10.2017
Guardian of memories

Author: Jelena Diković
13.09.2017
Civilian victims of wars at the mercy of the state of Serbia

Author: Arber Selmani
28.08.2017
A movie is a time capsule

Author: Amil Salihi and Drin Krasniqi
25.08.2017
Dealing with the past through gatherings of youth from different post-conflict societies

Author: Srđan Hercigonja
17.07.2017
Monuments and memorials in the former Yugoslavia as an obstacle for facing the past

Author: Lejla Gačanica
14.07.2017
Hide-and-seek game

Author: Selman Repišti
10.07.2017
Dealing with the Past from the perspective of Psychotherapy

Author: Arber Selmani
21.06.2017
My visual memory

Author: Milena Popović
31.05.2017
SELECTIVE MEMORY

Author: Lejla Gačanica
31.05.2017
Mirrors of our memories

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