The New Bosnian Mosaic: Identities, Memories and Moral Claims in a Post-war Society

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Xavier Bougarel, Elissa Helms, Gerlachlus Duijzings
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - History - 332 pages
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Bosnia has become a metaphor for new ethnic nationalisms, for the transformation of warfare in the post-Cold War era, and for new forms of peacekeeping and state-building. Considering both specificities and broader questions, this book is unique in offering a re-examination of the Bosnian case with a 'bottom-up' perspective.
  

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Contents

Beyond Ethnicity
20
Locals Newcomers and the Cultural Transformation
59
Ethnic Loyalty and Political
101
Resistance to the Ethnicization of
123
Histories of Violence and i he Politics
141
Martyrdom War Memory and
167
Clashing Memories of Bosnian
193
Beyond Protectorate
209
Women Morality and Victimhood in
235
Subsistence Economy Social Belonging and
273
Bibliography 295
297
Index 321
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