Month: May 2016

Collaborative Performing? The Contested Nature of Theater in Belgrade

by Sarah Edwards SIT Spring 2016 Whitman College During my interviews and conversations with people in the theater community, I found this unexpected tension between alternative and institutional forms of theater and the accompanying forms of collaboration. This tension expressed itself in numerous ways, but it was best highlighted by certain controversies surrounding “Romeo and …

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Out and About in Sarajevo

by Matthew Zarenkiewicz SIT Spring 2016 Villanova University “The more time you spend in Sarajevo,” a local Sarajevan friend said to me one bright Sunday morning, “The quicker you’ll realize that it is a lie.” It was the second week of my research project on queer activism in Sarajevo since 2008, and he asked me …

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