Day: December 29, 2015

Boys and Feminism: Centre E8 challenges Serbia’s patriarchal society

by Nedim Filipovic SIT Fall 2015 Claremont McKenna College BELGRADE – Men in uniform flank Bratislav Gasic, Serbia’s Defense Minister, as he exits the Prva Petoletka Namenska factory in Trstenik, Serbia earlier this month. He checks to see that his jacket is buttoned, and runs his fingers through his black mop of hair. With one final …

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A Rose in a City Square

by Conner Gordon SIT Spring 2015 DePauw University This article was originally published on The Prindle Post, a global forum for ethical reflection hosted by the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University. It was Sarajevo that originally brought me to the Western Balkans. A novel about the Bosnian city, of all things. In high …

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An Answer for Srebrenica

by Conner Gordon SIT Spring 2015 DePauw University This article was originally published on The Prindle Post, a global forum for ethical reflection hosted by the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University. It was rainy and cold in eastern Bosnia, much colder than the previous days spent in Sarajevo. After being bundled into a …

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In Wake of the Tomahawk

by Conner Gordon SIT Spring 2015 DePauw University This article was originally published on The Prindle Post, a global forum for ethical reflection hosted by the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University. It was a chilly afternoon in Belgrade, and my group and I had already seen a lot. For the past few hours …

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