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The SANU Memorandum: Intellectual Authority and the Constitution of an Exclusive Serbian “People”
Through this essay, I assert that the intellectual authority of prominent cultural intellectuals can affect a form of “cultural pedagogy” that can essentially re-educate an audience throughExpand
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Slobo the Redeemer: The Rhetoric of Slobodan Milosevic and the Construction of the Serbian “People”
This essay argues that the use of mytho-historic allusions may contribute to the normalization of ethnic violence in that these discourses can mask modern issues both for the audience directlyExpand
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War, Conflict and Human Rights: Theory and Practice (review)
first half of 1999, the Australian Defence Force was being mobilized, and a serious expeditionary force of almost 6,000 assembled. Such a major undertaking was presumably not done lightly, and someExpand
Violence Born of History/History Born of Violence: A Brief Context for Understanding the Bosnian War
In 1943, Josip Broz Tito’s Partisans drove Axis forces from present-day Bosnia and declared the Socialist Federation of Yugoslavia. Tito envisioned a nation of “brotherhood and unity” whereExpand
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Hailing the Serbian "people"
Excluded from Suffrage History: Matilda Joslyn Gage, Nineteenth-century Feminist, by Leila R. Brammer
E xc lu de d fr om Su ff ra ge H is to ry : M at il da Jo sl yn G ag e, N in et ee nt hce nt ur y F em in is t. B y L ei la R . B ra m m er . W es tp or t, C on ne ct ic ut , 20 00 ; G re en w oo d PExpand
Book reviews
ELOQUENCE IS POWER: ORATORY AND PERFORMANCE IN EARLY AMERICA. By Sandra M. Gustafson. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2000; pp vii + 287. Cloth $39.95; paper $17.95. BIAS: A CBSExpand