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1.october 2012.
BJORN MOSSEBERG: PHOTO EXHIBITION: 100 IMAGES OF SERBIA
30.may 2012.
NEW POLITICS OF SOLIDARITY: I NEED A COUNTRY RIGHT HERE!
23.may 2012.
VOICE FOR CHANGE
14.may 2012.
The New Politics of Solidarity
23.february 2011.
Freedom Containers
25.january 2011.
Seminar "COLD WAR - PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE"
1.december 2010.
Autonomous Women's Center at CZKD
29.november 2010.
Belgrade Centre for Human Rights at CZKD
28.november 2010.
VOICES FROM SWEDEN
13.october 2010.
Opening of the exhibition "Who is Reihl-Kir to you?" in Zagreb
17.september 2010.
"Will You Ever Be Happy Again" wins prestigious Dutch BNG Nieuve Theatermakers Prijs 2010
14.september 2010.
CZKD (PAVILION VELJKOVIC) - OLD AND NEW ROOF, BEFORE AND AFTER ADAPTATION
4.september 2010.
NEW INTERNET PRESENTATION OF THE PUBLISHING HOUSE "LIBRARY XX CENTURY"
28.september 2009.
PROGRAMS
Promocija knjige

Book promotion "Forgotten Future: The Politics of Poetry in Bosnia and Herzegovina" by dr Damir Arsenijevic
tuesday, 26.october 2010.
19:30, CZKD

The book documents and critically evaluates contemporary poetry

within the dynamic field of cultural production in Bosnia and Herzegovina

since the late 1980s. Its context spans three historico-political

phases: firstly, the cusp on which socialism was already losing

its primacy and ethno-nationalism was gaining dominance;

secondly, the subsequent collapse of Yugoslavia and the ensuing

war led by ethno-nationalist elites; and thirdly, the period of the

aftermath of war – the so-called “post-war transition”.

 

This new approach to thinking about poetry in Bosnia and Herzegovina

focuses on alternative cultural practices, which have articulated

a more equitable organisation of Bosnian society. Such

practices have the capacity not only to tell us how unfree we are,

but also to shift the criteria of possibility of our freedom towards

a more hopeful politics.

 

Dr. Arsenijevic’s knowledge of and passion for his research in cultural

and literary studies and his art-theory political interventions shed

scholarly light on the terror of inequality, the solidarity of unbribable

life, relevant knowledge production, and material memories

of war and genocide. He works throughout former Yugoslavia.

 

The book will be promoted by Dubravka Đurić, Miško Šuvaković i Christophe Solioz

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