PuBLICATIONS

Šehidsko mezarje, Duliba, Bosnia-Herzegovina | Photo by Max Bergholz

Šehidsko mezarje, Duliba, Bosnia-Herzegovina | Photo by Max Bergholz

REcent PUBLICATIONS

 

BOOK

Violence as a Generative Force: Identity, Nationalism, and Memory in Balkan Community (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2016).

Winner | 2017 American Historical Association Herbert Baxter Adams Prize
Winner | 2017 Association for the Study of Nationalities Harriman Rothschild Book Prize
Winner | 2017 Canadian Association of Slavists' Taylor and Francis Book Prize in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Finalist | 2017 Institute for the Study of Genocide's Raphael Lemkin Book Award

Forthcoming in Bosnian translation as Nasilje kao generativna sila: identitet, nacionalizam i sjećanje u jednoj balkanskoj zajednici (Sarajevo: Buybook, 2018)

 

ARTICLES + BOOK CHAPTERS
(IN ENGLISH)

"'As If Nothing Ever Happened:' Massacres, Missing Corpses, and Silence in a Bosnian Community." In Élisabett Anstett and Jean-Marc Dreyfus, eds., Destruction and Human Remains. Disposal and Concealment in Genocide and Mass Violence (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014), 15-45.

“Sudden Nationhood: The Microdynamics of Intercommunal Relations in Bosnia-Herzegovina after World War II.” American Historical Review 118, no. 3 (June 2013): 679-707.

“When All Could No Longer Be Equal in Death: A Local Community’s Struggle to Remember Its Fallen Soldiers in the Shadow of Serbia’s Civil War, 1955-1956.” The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, no. 2008, (November, 2010): 1-58.

“The Strange Silence: Explaining the Absence of Monuments for Muslim Civilians Killed in Bosnia during the Second World War.” East European Politics and Societies 24, no. 3 (Summer 2010): 408-434.

 

ARTICLES + BOOK CHAPTERS
(IN bosnian, croatian, serbian)

“Čudna šutnja: zašto nema spomenika za muslimanske civilne žrtve ubijene u Bosni u Drugom svjetskom ratu?” [The Strange Silence: Why Were There No Monuments for Muslim Civilians Killed in Bosnia During the Second World War?] Historijska traganja [Historical Searches], broj 8  (2012):109-147. (in Bosnian)

“Sveštenik, spomen ploča i borba za sećanje na pale borce u jednom selu u Srbiji, 1955-1956.” [The Priest, the Plaque, and the Struggle for the Remembrance of Fallen Soldiers in a Serbian Village, 1955-1956] in Dragana Radojičić i Aleksandra Pavićević (urednici), Spomen mesta, istorija, sećanja [Sites of Remembrance, History, Memory] (Beograd: Etnografski institut SANU, 2009), 37-46. (in Serbian)

“Među rodoljubima, kupusom, svinjama i varvarima: spomenici i grobovi NOR-a, 1947-1965 godine,” [Among Patriots, Cabbage, Pigs, and Barbarians: Monuments and Graves to the People’s Liberation War, 1947-1965] Godišnjak za društvenu istoriju [The Annual for Social History] godina XIV, sveska 1-3, (Beograd, 2007): 61-82. (in Serbian)