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  • Can cultures wage war?
    Monday, 05 March, 2007: Ivo Zanic
    Ivo Zanic's 'Flag on the Mountain: a political anthropology of war in Croatia and Bosnia' (hardback, 565 pp., £35)is published in February 2007 by Saqi Books in association with The Bosnian Institute.

  • 'Genocide, resistance and Bosnian statehood under Hitler and Milosevic'
    Monday, 08 January, 2007: Marko Attila Hoare
    Marko Attila Hoare is a senior research fellow at the University of Kingston and the author of 'How Bosnia Armed' (Bosnian Institute/Saqi Books 2004). His 'Genocide and Resistance in Hitler's Bosnia: the Partisans and the Chetniks, 1941-1943' was published by OUP in December 2006.

  • 'The Charter of Ban Kulin' - 60-minute film
    Monday, 04 December, 2006: Zehrudin Isakovic
    Zehrudin Isakovic presented his new film on the most significant document of mediaeval Bosnian statehood, premiered at the Balkan Black Box festival,Berlin 2006

  • Proving genocide and responsibility
    Monday, 06 November, 2006: Phon van den Biesen
    Phon van den Biesen, a leading Dutch international lawyer, has acted as Deputy Agent on behalf of Bosnia-Herzegovina in its lawsuit before the International Court of Justice charging Serbia with genocide

  • Balkan Islam: the indigenous European alternative
    Monday, 02 October, 2006: Stephen Schwartz
    Stephen Schwartz is executive director of the Center for Islamic Pluralism, Washington, DC, USA. He is the author of 'Sarajevo Rose: a Balkan Jewish notebook' (2005), published by Saqi in association with The Bosnian Institute

  • The Musical Heritage of Bosnia-Herzegovina
    Monday, 04 September, 2006: Risto Pekka Pennanen
    Ethno-musicologist Risto Pekka Pennanen introduced a discussion, with music and visual illustrations, on Bosnia's heritage of folk music, focusing on the unique collection held by EMI Music Archive that was recorded in Sarajevo in 1907-1908.

  • The Constitutional Debate in B-H
    Monday, 03 July, 2006: Zlatko Hadzidedic
    The forum on 3 July 2006 was an excellent conclusion to this academic year’s programme, with the prominent Sarajevo political philosopher Zlatko Hadžidedic introducing a vigorous debate on ‘The constitutional issue in B-H’, a question that had dominated Bosnian politics in recent months and will continue to do so. Zlatko Hadžidedic, who lives in Sarajevo where he edits a politics and social science list for the publisher Buybook, obtained an MA in society and politics from the University of Lancaster and the Central European University in Warsaw. He is currently completing a doctorate for LSE, with a dissertation titled ‘Forced to be free: paradoxes of liberty, nation and self-determination’. He has worked as a foreign-policy analyst for the B-H ministry of foreign affairs, and his published writing ranges from poetry and drama to political commentaries and a work on international relations.

  • The Making of the Sarajevo Siege
    Monday, 05 June, 2006: Robert J. Donia
    Robert Donia, author of the newly published 'Sarajevo: a Biography', has been a frequent visitor to Bosnia since the 1970s. With Professor John Fine he co-authored 'Bosnia and Hercegovina: a tradition betrayed (1994). He has also appeared as a historical expert witness in several trials at the Hague, including that of Slobodan Milosevic.

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