B i b l i o g r a p h y


  1. A Balkan Journey, Fragments from the Other Side of War. Director, writer, producer:
            Brenda Longfellow. Gerda Film Production in association with the National Film
            Board of Canada, 1997.

  2. Albanese, Patricia and Slobodan Drakulic, and Andrew Ignatieff. "The Old Yugoslavia
            Re-visited: A Conversation."  Peace Magazine, March/April 1997, 16-19.
  3. Anonymous. "Kosova, the Quiet Siege," Cultural Survival Quarterly, 1995, 34-42.
  4. Antic, Milica G. "Democracy Between Tyranny and Liberty: Women in Post-'Socialist'
            Slovenia." Feminist Review,
    no. 39, Winter 1991, 149-160.
  5. B., Martina and Rachel W. "Interim Report IV--September 1994 to February 1995,"
            Center for Women War Victims, 1995.
  6. Babuna, Aydin. "The Emergence of the First Muslim Party in Bosnia-Hercegovina." 
            East European Quarterly, vol. 30, no. 2, June 1996, 131-151.
  7. Bafo, Sara. "Between Despair and Hope." Canadian Woman Studies, vol.16, Winter
            1995, 6-8.
  8. Baudrillard, Jean. "No Reprieve For Sarajevo." CTHEORY: Theory, Technology, Culture.
  9. Bendix, Regina. "Book Review: Croatian Ethnology--Past, Present and Future 
    ." Capo Zmegac, Jasna,  Reinhard Johler, Sanja Kalapos, and Herbert 
         Nikitsch, eds. Kroatische Volkskunde/Ethnologie in den Neunzigern
         Veroeffentlichungen des Instituts fuer Europaeische Ethnologie, Wien, vol. 22. 
         Vienna: Institut fuer Europaeische Ethnologie, 2001.
  10. Bennett, Brian C. "Ideological Accommodation and Reconciliation in a Croatian
    Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2,Autumn 1993.

  11. Betts, C. David. "Convergence and the Digital Divide:  A Roadmap for BiH and SEE."
            Media Online, SouthEastern European Media Journal, Nov. 2001.
  12. Boskovic, Aleksandar. "Hyperreal Serbia." CTHEORY: Theory, Technology, Culture.
  13. Boskovic, Aleksandar. "Virtual Places Imagined Boundaries and Hyperreality in
            Southeastern Europe."
    CTHEORY: Theory, Technology, Culture.
  14. Botev, Nikolai. "Seeing Past the Barricades: Ethnic Intermarriage in Yugoslavia During 
            the Last Three Decades."
     Anthropology of East Europe Review,vol.11, nos.1-2,
            Autumn 1993.
  15. Bracewell, Wendy. "Women, Motherhood, and Contemporary Serbian Nationalism."
            Women's Studies International
    Forum, vol. 19, Jan/April 1996, 25-33.
  16. Bringa, Tone. Being Muslim the Bosnian Way: Identity and Community in a Central
            Bosnian Village. Princeton,
    New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1995.
  17. Bringa, Tone. "Nationality Categories, National Identification and Identity Formation in
            'Multinational' Bosnia."
      Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2,
            Autumn 1993.
  18. Burg, Steven and Berbaum, Michael. "Community, Integration, and Stability in
            Multinational Yugoslavia." American Political Science Review, vol.83, no.2, June
            1989, 535-550.
  19. Buturovic, Amila. "Producing and Annihilating the Ethos of Bosnian Islam." Cultural
            Survival Quarterly,1995, 29-33.
  20. Calling The Ghosts (Prozivanje Dohova). Video Documentary Written and Directed by
            Karmen Jelinci and Mandy Jacobson, 1996.
  21. Cace, S., S. Forenbaher and V. Gaffney. "Cultural Resource Management Issues in the
            Adriatic Islands Projects,"
    World Archaeological Congress.
  22. Center for Women's Global Leadership. Testimonies of the Global Tribunal on Violations
            of  Women's Human Rights, at the United Nations World Conference on Human
            Rights, Vienna, June 1993, printed in 1994.
  23. Cockburn, Cynthia. "A Women's Political Party for Yugoslavia: Introduction to the
            Serbian Feminist Manifesto," Feminist Review, no. 39, 1991, 155-160.
  24. Coulson, Meg. "Looking Behind the Violent Break-Up of Yugoslavia." Feminist Review
            no. 45, Autumn 1993,
  25. Daskalov, Roumen. "Ideas About, and Reactions to Modernization in the Balkans." East
            European Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 2, June 1997, 141-180.
  26. Denich, Bette. "Dismembering Yugoslavia: Nationalist Ideologies and the Symbolic
            Revival of Genocide." American  Ethnologist, vol.21, no.1, 1994, 367-390.
  27. Denich, Bette. "Unmaking Multi-Ethnicity in Yugoslavia: Metamorphosis Observed." 
            Anthropology of East
    Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
  28. Despalatovic, Eleanor. "Reflections on Croatia, 1960-1992." Anthropology of East 
            Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
  29. Diklic, B. "Archaeological Park: 'Mvrsa in situ'," World Archaeological Congress.
  30. Dragnich, Vanderbilt. "The Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia: the Omen of the Upsurge of 
            Serbian Nationalism." East European Quarterly, vol.23, no.2, June 1989, 83-197.
  31. Drakulic, Slavenka. The Balkan Express: Fragments From the Other Side of War
            New York, NY:  W.W. Norton & Company Inc., 1993.
  32. Drakulic, Slavenka. "Women and the New Democracy in the Former Yugoslavia."  In
            Gender Politics and Post-Communism: Reflection from Eastern Europe and the 
            Former Soviet Union, ed., Natetoe Funk and  Magda Mueller, New York: 
            Routledge, 1993, 123-130.
  33. Drumbl, Mark. "Punishment Goes Global: International Criminal Law, Conflict Zones, 
            and Gender (In)equality." Canadian Woman Studies, vol.19, no. 4, Winter 2000,
  34. Duhacek, Dasa. "Women's Time in the Former Yugoslavia." In Gender Politics and
            Post-Communism: Reflection from Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union,  
            ed., Natetoe Funk and Magda Mueller, New York:  Routledge, 1993, 131-137.
  35. Egbert, Bill. "A Noble Act of Harmony in the Balkans."  The Christian Science Monitor,
            Thurs. October 9, 1997.
  36. Einhorn, Barbara "Feminism and Post (19th Century) History in Eastern Europe,"
            CTHEORY: Theory, Technology, Culture.
  37. Eriksen, Thomas Hylland. Ethnicity and Nationalism. Colorado: Pluto Press. 1993.
  38. Erlich, Vera St. Family in Transition: A Study of 300 Yugoslav Villages.Princeton, New
            Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1966.
  39. Faber, Aleksandra and Boris Sevcik. "Preservation of Historical City Patterns of Coastal
            Cities on the Adriatic," 
    World Archaeological Congress.
  40. Feldman, Lada, Ines Prica, and Reana Senjkovic, eds. Fear, Death, and Resistance; An
            Ethnography of War: Croatia 1991-1992. Zagreb, Croatia: Institute of Ethnology 
            and Folklore Research, Matrix Croatica, X-Press,1992.
  41. Fleming, Arlene K. "Integrating Cultural Heritage into National Disaster Planning,
            Mitigation and Relief,"
      World Archaeological Congress, September 13-17, 1997.
  42. Gagnon, V.P. "Ethnic Conflict as Demobilizer: The Case of Serbia,"  Institute for 
            European Studies Working Paper, Cornell University, no. 96.1, May 10, 1996.
  43. Gerster, Eva. "Croatian and Serbian Lesbians Split by War." Off Our Backs, June 
            1993, 35.
  44. Gilliand Olsen, Mary K. "Redefining Gender in Yugoslavia: Masculine and Feminine Ideals 
            in Ritual Context." East European Quarterly, vol.23, no.4, 1990, 431-444.
  45. Gilland Olsen, Mary K., Sonja Spoljar-Vrzina and Vlasta Rudan. "Reclaiming Lives:
            Variable Effects of War and Ethnic Identities in the Narratives of Bosnian and 
            Croatian Refugees.
    Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.13, no.1, 
            Spring 1995.
  46. Gilland Olsen, Mary K. "Bridge on the Sava: Ethnicity in Eastern Croatia, 1981-1991."
            Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
  47. Goodwin, Jan. "A Nation of Widows,"  On The Issues, Spring 1997, vol. 6, no. 2/, Web
            page: 5-31-97.
  48. Gordy, Eric D. "Book Review: This is Serbia Calling." Wed, 12 Sep 2001.

  49. Gordy, Eric D. "On Urban Identity in the Global Palanka: Perceptions of Self Among
            Belgrade Rockers."
  50. Gordy, Eric D. " 'Universal Reason' and Local Nationalism, (Book Review of Sabrina
            Rampet's Who's Democracy?: Nationalism, Religion, and the Doctrine of Collective
            Rights in Post-1989 Eastern Europe)". H-NET BOOK REVIEW, Published by
            HABSBURG@vm.cc.purdue.edu, February, 1998.
  51. Grujic, Jelena. "Female Side of War,"  Vreme, Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia, 12/4/95.
  52. Halpern, Joel Martin. "Introduction: War Among the Yugoslavs,"  Anthropology of East
            Europe Review, vol. 11, nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
  53. Hammel, E. A. "Backward through the Looking Glass: the Yugoslav Labyrinth in
      Departments of Anthropology and Demography University of 
            California, Berkeley.
  54. Hammel, E. A. "Demography and the Origins of the Yugoslav Civil War,"  Anthropology 
            Today, vol.9, no.1, Feb1993, 4-9.
  55. Hammel, E. A. "Meeting the Minotaur," UC Berkeley, Anthropology Newsletter, vol.35, 
            no. 48, 1994.
  56. Hammel, E.A. "The Yugoslav Labyrinth," Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11,
            nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
  57. Hampson, Frangoise J. "Incitement and the Media Responsibility of and for the Media in  
            the Conflicts in the Former Yugoslavia," Papers in the Theory and Practice of Human
            Rights, no.3, 1993.
  58. Hashi, Iraj. "The Disintegration of Yugoslavia: Regional Disparities and the Nationalities 
            Question." Capital and Class, 48, Autumn 1992, 47-87.
  59. Hayden, Robert. "Imagined Communities and Real Victims: Self-determination and Ethnic 
            Cleansing in Yugoslavia." American Ethnologist, vol.23, no.4, November 1996,
  60. Hayden, Robert. "Constitutional Nationalism in the Formerly Yugoslav Republics." Slavic 
            Review, vol.51, no.4, Winter 1992, 654-673.
  61. Hayden, Robert. "The Triumph of Chauvinistic Nationalisms in Yugoslavia: Bleak 
            Implications for Anthropology." Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos.
            1-2, Autumn 1993.
  62. Hayden, Robert. "Serbian and Croatian Nationalism and the Wars in Yugoslavia." Cultural 
            Survival Quarterly, 1995, 25-28.
  63. Helsinki Watch and the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights. Yugoslavia: 
            Crisis in Kosovo.  March1990.
  64. Helsinki Watch. Yugoslavia: Human Rights Abuses in Kosovo 1990-1992. Oct.1992.
  65. Hemment, Juile. "Colonization or Liberation: The Paradox of NGOs in Postsocialist 
      Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol. 16, no.1, Spring 1998, 31-39.
  66. Hidovic Harper, Indijana. "Personal Reactions of a Bosnian Woman to the War in Bosnia." 
            Feminist Review, no.45, Autumn 1993, 102-107.
  67. Hoare, Attila. "The Croatian Project to Partition Bosnia-Hercegovina, 1990-1994." East 
            European Quarterly, vol.31, no.1, March 1997, 121-138.
  68. Hughes, Donna M. and Lepa Mladjenovic. "Feminist Organizing in Belgrade, Serbia: 1990 
            1994." Canadian Women's Studies/Les Cahiers de la Femme, vol.16, no.1, 1995,
  69. Hughes, Donna M., Lepa Mladjenovic and Zorica Mrsevic. "Feminist Resistance in 
            Serbia,"  European Journal of Women's Studies, vol.2, no.4,1995, 509-532.
  70. Hujc, Lida. " 'I Hope You're Enjoying Your Party': MTV in Wartorn Bosnia."
  71. Huseby-Darvas, Eva V. "Introduction to Special Issue: Refugee Women of the Balkans,"
            Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol. 13, no. 1 Spring, 1995.
  72. Huseby-Darvas, Eva V. "Voices of Plight, Voices of Paradox: Narratives of Women 
    Refugees from the Balkans and the Hungarian Host Population," Anthropology of   
    East Europe Review
    , vol.13, no. 1, Spring 1995.
  73. Huseby-Darvas, Eva V. "Women & Revolution in Yugoslavia, 1941-1945 by Barbara   
            Jancar-Webster." Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos. 1-2 Autumn,
  74. Irwin, Zachary. "The Islamic Revival and the Muslims of Bosnia and Herzegovina," East 
            European Quarterly, vol.17, 1983.
  75. Ivekovic, Rada. "Women, Democracy and Nationalism." Canadian Woman Studies,  
            vol.16, Winter 1995, 10-13.
  76. Ivekovic, Rada. "Women, Nationalism, and War: 'Make Love Not War.' " Hypatia, vol.8,
            no.4, Fall 1993, 113-127.
  77. Jeremic, Kaca. "Words from Feminists in Serbia." Off Our Backs, February 1993, 25.
  78. Jeszenszky, Geza. "More Bosnias? National and Ethnic Tensions in the Post-Communist
            World." East European Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 3, September 1997, 283-298.
  79. Jokic, Olivera. Book Review:  Djurdja Knezevic, Koraljka Dilic, Ann Daub, eds., 
            Women and Politics: Feminisms with an Eastern Touch/Zene i Politika:
            Faminizmi na istocni nacin
    . Documentation of a Seminar, Dubrovnik, 17-21 
            May 2000. Zenska Infoteka, 2000.
  80. Jones, Adam. "Gender and Ethnic Conflict in ex-Yugoslavia." Ethnic and Racial Studies,
            vol.17, Jan. 1994, 115-134.
  81. Kalapos, Sonja. "The Young and a Society: An Example from Zagreb," Anthropology of 
            East Europe Review, vol. 16, no.1, Spring 1998, 99-108.
  82. Kaser, Karl. "Historical Myth and the Invention of Political Folklore in Contemporary 
    Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol. 16, no.1, Spring 1998, 59-68.
  83. Kirigin, B. and J. Burmuz. "The Adriatic Islands Project: Past - Present -Future,"  World
            Archaeological Congress.
  84. Korac, Maja. "Serbian Nationalism: Nationalism of My Own People." Feminist Review,  
            no.45, Autumn 1993, 109-112.
  85. Korac, Maya. "Understanding Ethnic-National Identity and its Meaning: Questions from 
            Women's Experience." Women's Studies International Forum, vol.19, Jan/April 
            1996, 130-134.
  86. Kurkela, Vesa. "Producing Oriental: A Perspective on the Aesthetics of Lower Arts in the
            Eastern Balkans."
  87. Kuzmanovic, Jasmina. "Legacies of Invisibility: Past Silence, Present Violence Against 
            Women in the Former Yugoslavia." In Women's Rights, Human Rights, ed., Julie 
            Peters and Andrea Wolper, New York: Routledge, 1995, 57-61.
  88. Lang, Slobodan. "The War in Croatia Through the Prisim of Human Rights." Peace 
            Psychology Review, vol.1, no.1, Spring/Summer 1994, 15-23.
  89. Leach, P. "Adriatic Islands Project: The Excavation Sample,"  World Archaeological
  90. Levy, Claire. "From Madonna to Lepa Brena to Saska Vaseva: Global and Local Aspects 
    of Folkpop in Bulgarian Region."
  91. Malesevic, Sanisa. "Utopia and Dystopia After Communism: Visions of an Ideal Society 
            Among Zagreb University  Students." East European Quarterly, vol.30, no.4, June
            1996, 251-255.
  92. "Manufactured Hatred: the Woman's Tribunal in Zagreb." The Activist, March 1993, 4.
  93. Markovic, Igor. "Tactical Media as a Tool for Survival in the War Zone." Abstract for
            Globalization from Below; Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA.  7 Feb.
  94. Meznaric, Silva. "Theory and Reality: The Status of Employed Women in Yugoslavia." In 
            Women, State, and Party in Eastern Europe, ed., Wolchik, Sharon L. and Alfred G.
            Meyer. Durham: DukeUniversity Press, 1985, 214-220.
  95. Meznaric, Silva and Ule, Mirjana. "Women in Croatia and Slovenia: A Case of Delayed 
            Modernization." In Women in the Politics of Post-Communist Eastern Europe, ed., 
            Rueschemeyer, Marilyn. New York: M.E. Shape Inc. 1994, 153-170.
  96. McGrath, Anne. "Bombs Away! Feminists Theorize NATO Bombing in Kosovo."
            Canadian Woman Studies, vol.19, no. 4, Winter 2000, 54-60.
  97. Mihalec, Kristina, Sanja Sarnavka & Nevenka Sudar. "Feminist Stave Off Onslaught 
            of Sexist Media." Off Our Backs, volumexxxiii, numbers 3/4, 2002, 13-17.
  98. Milic, Andjelka. "Women and Nationalism in the Former Yugoslavia." In Gender Politics 
            and Post-Communism: Reflection from Eastern Europe & the Former Soviet Union,  
            ed., Natetoe Funk and Magda Mueller, New York: Routledge, 1993, 100-122.
  99. Mikula, Maja.  "Book/Multimedia Review: Jaram (ed.), Povijest Hrvata - 
            A History of the Croats.
    " Sent: Tue, 11 Sep 200.
  100. Minnich, Robert Gary. "Reflections on the Violent Death of a Multi-Ethnic State: A  
            Slovene Perspective." Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, 
            Autumn 1993.
  101. Mladjenovic, Lepa. "Caring at the Same Time: Making Feminist Politics Among  
            Women of  Two Sides the Front Lines ."
    For the Conference on Women After 
         Wars in South Africa , 20 - 22 of  June, 1999.   

  102. Mladjenovic, Lepa. "Notes of a Feminist Lesbian during Wartime." The European 
            Journal of Women's Studies, vol. 08, issue 03, August 2001.   

  103. Mladjenovic, Lepa. "The Politics of Knlowledge of Difference:  Thoughts and
            Contradictions in Feminist Politics in the Anti War Movement  in Belgrade from 
            '91 to '99."
    Budapest, Hungary, October 1999.
  104. Mladjenovic, Lepa and Slavica Stojanovic "Working in the War Time: Between Feminist 
            Politics and Humanitarian Work,"  Autonomous Women's Center Against Sexual 
            Violence, Belgrade, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1994.
  105. Mladjenovic, Lepa and Vera Litricin. "Belgrade Feminists 1992: Separation, Guilt and 
            Identity." Feminist Review. no.45, Autumn 1993, 113-119.
  106. Mrsevic, Zorica and Donna M. Hughes. "Violence Against Women in Belgrade,Serbia:  
            SOS Hotline 1991 - 1993." Violence Against Women - AnInternational 
            Interdisciplinary Journal. vol.3, no.2, 1997, 101-128.
  107. Niarchos, Catherine C. "Women, War, and Rape: Challenges Facing The International 
            Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia." Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 17, No.4, Nov.
            1995, 649-690.
  108. Nikolic-Ristanovic, Vesna. "Victimization by War Rape:  The International Criminal
            Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia." Canadian Woman Studies, vol.19, no. 4, 
            Winter 2000, 28-35.
  109. Nikolic-Ristanovic, Vesna. Women, Violence and WAR: Wartime Victimization of 
            Refugees in the Balkans
    . Translated by Borislav Radovic. Budapest: Central 
            European University Press, 1999. Reviewed for H-MINERVA by Dr Kathryn Spurling. 
            H-NET BOOK REVIEW Published by H-MINERVA@h-net.msu.edu (March, 2001).
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            Quarterly. Spring 1995, 43-45.
  111. Olujic, Maria B. "Economic and Demographic Change in Contemporary Yugoslavia:  
            Persistence of  Traditional Gender Ideology." East European Quarterly, vol.23 no.4,
            1990, 477-485.
  112. Olujic, Maria B. "Women, Rape, and War: The Continued Trauma of Refugees and 
            Displaced Persons in Croatia," Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.13, no.1,
            Spring 1995.
  113. Papic,  Zarana.  "Kosovo War, Feminists and Fascism in Serbia." Belgrade, May 
            20th-August 5th, 1999

  114. Petric, Marinko. "The Underwater Heritage of the Central Dalmatian Islands: Its  
    Conditions and Current State of Knowledge,"  World Archaeological Congress.
  115. Pettan, Svanibor. "Balkan Popular Music? No, Thanks. A View from Croatia."
  116. Pilic, Damir. "Trade with Abortions,"  Feral Tribune, Split, Croatia,1/8 1996.
  117. Pipa, Arshi. "The Political Situation of the Albanians in Yugoslavia, With Particular 
            Attention to the Kosovo Problem: A  Critical Approach." East European Quarterly
            vol.23, no.2, June 1989, 159-179.
  118. Povrzanovic, Maja. "Ethnography of War: Croatia 1991-92." Anthropology of East 
             Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
  119. Povrzanovic, Maja. "Practice and Discourse About Practice: Returning Home to the 
            Croatian Danube Basin,"
    Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol. 16, no.1, Spring
            1998, 69-76.
  120. Prosic-Dvornic, Mirjana. "Enough! Student Protest '92: The Youth of Belgrade in Quest of 
            'Another Serbia.'" Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, Autumn
  121. Prosic-Dvornic, Mirjana. "The Topsy Turvy Days Were There Again: Student and Civil  
            Protest in Belgrade and Serbia, 1996/1997,"
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            vol. 16, no.1, Spring 1998, 77-98.
  122. Pusic, Vesna. "Dictatorships with Democratic Legitimacy: Democracy Versus Nation."
            East European Politics and Societies, vol.8, Fall 1994, 383-401.
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    Among the Kosovo Albanians."  Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, 
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  127. Renne, Tanja, ed. Ana's Land: Sisterhood in Eastern Europe. Westview Press: Colorado,
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             Socialism. London: Routledge, 1994.        
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             Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
  131. Seifert, Ruth. "The Second Front: The Logic of Sexual Violence in Wars." Women's 
            Studies International Forum, vol.19, Jan/April 1996, 35-43.
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             Anthropology of East Europe Review, vol.11, nos.1-2, Autumn 1993.
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    Systems and GIS: Effective Tools for Cultural Resource Management or Big 
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            Winter 2000, 66-70.

  137. Tratnik, Suzana. "Lesbian Visibility in Slovenia." The European Journal of Women's 
            Studies, vol. 08, issue 03, August 2001.

  138. Strehovec, Janez. "The Web as an Instrument of Power and a Realm of Freedom."  
            CTHEORY: Theory, Technology, Culture.

  139. Sulc, Branka "The Destruction of Cultural Property in War," Ministry of Culture of the 
    Republic of Croatia, World Archaeological Congress.
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            North Carolina, USA.  7 Feb. 1998.
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            Karlovac Area during the Serbian Occupation - 1991-1995." Canadian 
            Woman Studies, vol.19, no. 4, Winter 2000, 127-131.
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             Cultural Property which has Survived War,"  Bosnia-Herzegovina Heritage Rescue, 
             World Archaeological Congress.
  146. Young, Antonia. "Film Review: We Are All Neighbors,"  Anthropology of East Europe 
    Review, vol.12, no.1, Spring, 1994.
  147. Zlomislic, Marko."Sophocles in Sarajevo."  CTHEORY: Theory, Technology, Culture.