Places of Pain : Forced Displacement, Popular Memory and Trans-local Identities in Bosnian War-torn Communities.

By: Halilovich, HarizMaterial type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksSpace and place: Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2013Description: 1 online resource (288 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780857457776; 0857457772; 1299777562; 9781299777569; 0857457764; 9780857457769Subject(s): Refugees -- Bosnia and Herzegovina | Forced migration -- Bosnia and Herzegovina | Group identity -- Bosnia and Herzegovina | Collective memory -- Bosnia and HerzegovinaAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Places of Pain : Forced Displacement, Popular Memory and Trans-local Identities in Bosnian War-torn Communities.DDC classification: 305.800949742 LOC classification: DR1750 .P384 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
HALILOVICH_PRELIMS-Pii-xvi.pdf; HALILOVICH_INTRO-P001-020; HALILOVICH_CH01-P021-052; HALILOVICH_CH02-P053-078; HALILOVICH_CH03-P079-110; HALILOVICH_INTERLUDE-P111-117; HALILOVICH_CH04-P118-154; HALILOVICH_CH05-P155-200; HALILOVICH_CONCLUSION-P201-232; HALILOVICH_BIBLIO-P233-260; HALILOVICH_INDEX-P262.
Summary: For displaced persons, memory and identity is performed, (re)constructed and (re)negotiated daily. Forced displacement radically reshapes identity, with results ranging from successful hybridization to feelings of permanent misplacement. This compelling and intimate description of places of pain and (be)longing that were lost during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as of survivors' places of resettlement in Australia, Europe and North America, serves as a powerful illustration of the complex interplay between place, memory and identity. It is even more the case when those.
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HALILOVICH_PRELIMS-Pii-xvi.pdf; HALILOVICH_INTRO-P001-020; HALILOVICH_CH01-P021-052; HALILOVICH_CH02-P053-078; HALILOVICH_CH03-P079-110; HALILOVICH_INTERLUDE-P111-117; HALILOVICH_CH04-P118-154; HALILOVICH_CH05-P155-200; HALILOVICH_CONCLUSION-P201-232; HALILOVICH_BIBLIO-P233-260; HALILOVICH_INDEX-P262.

For displaced persons, memory and identity is performed, (re)constructed and (re)negotiated daily. Forced displacement radically reshapes identity, with results ranging from successful hybridization to feelings of permanent misplacement. This compelling and intimate description of places of pain and (be)longing that were lost during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as of survivors' places of resettlement in Australia, Europe and North America, serves as a powerful illustration of the complex interplay between place, memory and identity. It is even more the case when those.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-260) and index.

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Hariz Halilovich, social anthropologist and writer, is a Professor at the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Melbourne. His research interests include place-based identity politics, forced migration, politically motivated violence, memory studies and human rights. He has been recipient of a number of prestigious research and writing awards in Australia and internationally.

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