Bosnian Stories

Working on Bosnian Stories. These are personal experiences and insights about a place that has deep meaning for me, a place that I am attached to through family, through love. Stories of memories: seeds and pictures pieced together, morphed over time, with an almost magical life of their own. My […]

Sarajevo Scenes

 

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Bosnia Rumbles

Previously published on Medium on Friday, Feb 7th, 2014

Today Bosnia and her protests are in the news once again. Three days ago, rustic Tuzla in the northeast, was the scene of initially calm protesters gathering against corruption and unemployment in their home town. Last night, a map on Facebook, made it’s way through my feed. […]

Bosnian Protests Continue

Bosnian Protests Continue
From my Storify feed here

Bosnian protests against corruption, stalemate and elitist politicians continues today as a statement to their politicians and to the world. No more! You’re fired!

Scanning the news out of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Twitter since this morning, where massive protests were called for on […]

Bosnia – What’s Going Down?

Yesterday an iconic 60’s protest song came on the car radio as I was formulating this second post about the current protests in Bosnia. The intro and chorus is well known

‘I think it’s time we stop, children – what’s that sound? Everybody look what’s going down’…

and is totally infectious. […]

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Bosnian Jewry

Amazing history found on this website . Stephanie Comfort is a collector of postcards and has one of the largest collections in the world, specifically relating to Jewish heritage. I am completely fascinated and will post a few pictures below of Balkan Jewish life.

Bosnian Jewess

I used this picture in one […]

Bosnia Awakens

I saw the first mention of protests in Sarajevo last Wednesday via an online Bosnian newspaper.  My heart beat faster as I read about a relatively small incident of protest in downtown Sarajevo, because my heart knows that anything blown out of proportion in the Balkans, especially in Bosnia […]

The Yugoslav & His Watermelon

The Yugoslav and his watermelon…(lol)

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