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Concurrent symposia, sweets and coffee in an Ahmica Bosnian house

10th anniversary of the Kolo Trauma matriarchal practices that foster nurturing and healing the wounds from 100 years of war. The drinking of coffee like the dancing of the kolo are a link to the votive assemblage of sanctuary fostering harmony and peace. March 2010

Categorized in these topics: Bosnia Engendered Practices Female Social Justice Feminine Matrix and Female Culture Kolo Trauma Format Social Memory Women's Trauma Issues


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