Corpus ID: 45824282

War Monuments: Instruments of Nation-building in Bosnia and Herzegovina

@inproceedings{Sokol2014WarMI,
  title={War Monuments: Instruments of Nation-building in Bosnia and Herzegovina},
  author={Anida Sokol},
  year={2014}
}
This article gives an overview of the three main mutually exclusive ethnonational narratives developed during and after the war (1992–1995) in Bosnia and Herzegovina through one of the main instruments of memory politics, i.e., monuments, which have been erected in large numbers in the last two decades. Through the analysis of symbols, shapes and inscriptions, the aim is to show how war monuments in Bosnia and Herzegovina serve as instruments of nation-building processes, i.e., strategies of… Expand
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