Issue 4, 2019, of "Südosteuropa" gathers contributions dealing with war remembrance practices and/or church-related issues.
Nicolas Moll (Sarajevo) focuses on a special figure in Bosnian-Herzegowinian war remembrance practices: that of the rescuer who helped people of another ethnicity during the war of 1992-1995. He places this remembrance within the global efforts to publicly acknowledge rescuers, in particular the "Righteous Among the Nations".
Andriy Mykhaleyko (Eichstätt) discusses the establishment of the independent Orthodox Church in Ukraine, which caused a deep crisis in the Orthodoxy. He examines the foundations of this formation of a new Orthodox Church, the religious and political factors influencing the process of its establishment, and the reaction of the Russian Orthodox Church leadership and Russian politicians.
Karin Hofmeisterová (Prague) examines the agenda of the Serbian Orthodox Church in relation to the memory of the Holocaust in post- Milošević Serbia. She focuses on the Jasenovac Committee of the SOC and the role of its head, Bishop Jovan (Ćulibrk), in the memorialization of Staro Sajmište, a distinguished place of the Holocaust in occupied Serbia.
In the Open Section, Anne Dippel and Valeska Bopp-Filimonov (both Jena) reflect on the process of creating the exhibition "We Live Word to Word." Banat - Transylvania - Bukovina: Ethnograffiti of Southeastern Europe, which resulted from an interdisciplinary student seminar at Jena University, based on a team ethnographic journey to Romania and Ukraine.
Nicolas Moll: Promoting ‘Positive Stories’ of Help and Rescue from the 1992-1995 War in Bosnia and Herzegovina. An Alternative to theDichotomy of Guilt and Victimhood?447–475
Andriy Mykhaleyko: The New Independent Orthodox Church inUkraine476–499
Karin Hofmeisterová: The Serbian Orthodox Church‘s Involvement inCarrying the Memory of the Holocaust500–533
THE MAKING OF … AN EXHIBITION
Anne Dippel and Valeska Bopp-Filimonov: Into the Grey Zone, Or:How to Track Fading Multiculturalism in Southeastern Europe.The Exhibition ‘”We Live Word to Word.” Banat – Transylvania –Bukovina. Ethnograffiti of Southeastern Europe’ at theFriedrich Schiller University Jena, 2018-2020534–554
Caroline Hornstein Tomić / Robert Pichler / Sarah Scholl-Schneider, eds,Remigration to Post-Socialist Europe. Hopes and Realities of Return (Daniel Göler)555–557
Bojan Bilić / Marija Radoman, eds, Lesbian Activism in the (Post-) Yugoslav Space. Sisterhood and Unity (Sandra Antulov)557–559
Adam Fagan / Indraneel Sircar, eds, Activist Citizenship in SoutheastEurope (Ognjen Kojanić)559–562
Larisa Jašarević, Health and Wealth on the Bosnian Market. IntimateDebt (Ljiljana Pantović)562–563
Éamonn Ó Ciardha / Gabriela Vojvoda, eds, Politics of Identity in Post-Conflict States. The Bosnian and Irish Experience (Sven Milekić)564–566
Tatjana Thelen / Larissa Vetters / Keebet von Benda-Beckmann, eds,Stategraphy. Toward a Relational Anthropology of the State(Astrea Pejović)566–568
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