Breathing Sense into Women's Lives Shattered by War: Dah Theatre Belgrade

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Title Breathing Sense into Women's Lives Shattered by War: Dah Theatre Belgrade
Journal Name Law Text Culture
Year Published 2010
Place of publication Australia
Publisher Legal Intersections Research Centre
Abstract The various ethnic and religious groups and individuals who suffered enormously during ethnic conflicts in the former Yugoslavia deal with the legacies of violence and human rights violations in a number of ways. As a human rights lawyer from this region, and someone who is scarred by the war, I have immersed myself in literature and art that explores armed conflict and its impact on women. After the dissolution of the former Yugoslavia, and since my arrival in Australia, I have been following closely the transitional justice processes in my homeland (such as trials and initiatives by local peace activists aimed at reconciliation) and have always been present — with my mind, heart and research — with peace activists from the former Yugoslavia in their struggle to address past atrocities. My particular experience affected my intellectual and spiritual being and has driven my academic work in the direction of the ongoing exploration of the causes and consequences of war in my homeland as well as the trauma, resilience and utmost courage of its people.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Alternative URI
Volume 14
Issue Number 1
Page from 117
Page to 133
ISSN 1322-9060
Date Accessioned 2011-01-17
Language en_AU
Research Centre Socio-Legal Research Centre
Faculty Arts, Education and Law
Subject Law and Society
Publication Type Journal Articles (Refereed Article)
Publication Type Code c1

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