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Episode 24: Memory of the 1999 NATO Intervention

How did 24 March become the central site of memory in Serbia? In this episode, we are looking at the renaissance of the memory of the 1999 NATO intervention in Serbia. We are...

Memory Cultures in Dialogue

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Memory Cultures in Dialogue is a podcast and blog of the Humanitarian Law Center from Belgrade, Serbia.

The podcast and blog oppose the hegemonic narratives about the breakup of Yugoslavia and the wars that ensued. The facts about the armed conflicts that took place in the territory of former Yugoslavia in the 1990s are subject to constant distortion in the frameworks of dominant and state-sanctioned memory politics. The project strives for promoting a public dialogue about politics and cultures of memory and coming to terms with the past. The podcast and blog inform, point out to the constructed nature of dominant narrative and deconstruct these narratives through diskussions with experts and actors of memory activism from below.

Podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podcast Addict and Podcasts.rs.

Episode 24: Memory of the 1999 NATO Intervention

How did 24 March become the central site of memory in Serbia? In this episode, we are looking at the renaissance of the memory of the 1999 NATO intervention in Serbia. We are...

Episode 20: Memory Activism

What is memory activism? What is the role of memory activism and alternative commemorations in post-conflict societies? We are discussing memory activism and memory of activism in...

Episode 18: The Erased in Slovenia

On 26 February 1992, without prior warning, the newly independent Slovenian state erased more than 25 thousand of its residents from the register. The erasure and its devastating...

Episode 14: Memory in Post-Genocide Rwanda

How is the 1994 genocide remembered in today’s Rwanda? How do Rwandans make sense of their experiences of the genocide and its aftermath? In this episode, we are discussing...