Utilizing First Person Story with Trauma Survivors in Bosnia and Sri Lanka

The dead are powerfully alive in the commemoration rituals and intervene in the world of the living in benevolent forms such as hostessing a kolo. "Utilizing First Person Story with Trauma Survivors in Bosnia and Sri Lanka: Metaphors create a symbolic congruence that is 'inclusive' and universal across cultures Recognizing their participation in events is [...]

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MESOLITHIC KOLO ROUND DANCE AND LABAN SYSTEM

MESOLITHIC KOLO ROUND DANCE AND LABAN SYSTEM Tracing the Phenomenology of South Slavic Landscape and Body Movements inter- related to Laban Notation System By Danica Anderson Abstract The origins of the kolo, a South Slavic round dance or to be in a circle (Hubbs, 1993) are Mesolithic intangible heritage. Surviving exploitation as touristic folk dances [...]

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Why Soldiers Rape By Helen Benedict, In These Times

Why Soldiers RapeĀ  By Helen Benedict, In These Times Printed September 13, 2008 Editor's note: This article is adapted from "<http://www.helenbenedict.com/>The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving in Iraq," to be published by Beacon Press in April 2009. An alarming number of women soldiers are being sexually abused by their comrades-in-arms, both at [...]

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