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Ćatović Hughes, Selma (author), Kukic, Ena (author), Tanović, S. (author)
When the design competition for Germany’s Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (MMJE) was published in 1994, Sarajevo was under a brutal siege that lasted from April 1992 until February 1996. In December 1995, the war was officially over when the Dayton Peace Agreement was signed in Paris. Visiting in 1997 to pay a pre-Christmas visit to...
book chapter 2024
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Tanović, S. (author)
The Siege of Sarajevo (1992-95) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, transformed the city into a landscape of ruins. One site of destruction was the Oslobođenje building, where Sarajevo’s daily newspaper was produced. Even though it was one of the first buildings shelled, it continued to be used during the siege as the newspaper was published daily from...
book chapter 2022
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Hanna, J.M.K. (author), Ažman Momirski, Lucija (author), Tanović, S. (author)
book chapter 2021
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Tanovic, S. (author)
This research is focused on several case studies, all contemporary architectural projects, dedicated to commemoration of different atrocities. The process of creating a memorial is bound up with a wide range of influences and affects, like any architectural project. However, building a memorial is further complicated due to the involvement of...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Tanović, S. (author)
Contemporary Western society often strives to confront and cope with loss through projects that commemorate various events, both long past and recent. This is particularly true in cases of the trauma-laden remembrance of modern atrocities. Memorials are perceived as spaces that can provide necessary healing environments for the victims and their...
journal article 2015
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