Jasenovac—A Past That Does Not Pass

  title={Jasenovac—A Past That Does Not Pass},
  author={Stipe Odak and Andriana Ben{\vc}i{\'c}},
  journal={East European Politics & Societies and Cultures},
  pages={805 - 829}
  • Stipe Odak, Andriana Benčić
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • East European Politics & Societies and Cultures
  • In this article the authors discuss the role of Jasenovac Concentration Camp in Croatian and Serbian political and social spheres. Connecting the historical data with the analysis of the recent mutual accusations of genocide between the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Serbia before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, the authors demonstrate the pervasive presence of Jasenovac in Serbian and Croatian political discourse. Presenting different modes of social construction… CONTINUE READING


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        During the journey, we had to sit facing the front side, and if someone moved, he would get beaten. all the way, they threatened us that we were going to the new Jasenovac, that they would kill us
          FNRS), affiliated to the universities UC Louvain and KU Leuven. His doctoral project explores the relationship between religion and conflict transformation