• by Danica Anderson PhD (Author), Erin Hilleary (Illustrator), Connie Simpson (Illustrator)

    Hardcover

    Proceeds go to the women war crimes and war survivors.

    A visually and viscerally riveting hard cover, glossy table worthy compilation of art and stories from South Slavic women.  Discover how trauma erases the female-based community and culture. In the face of modern day territorial warfare, South Slavic women possess a powerful tool, yet often neglected, that has the potential to heal grief-stricken communities around the world. This published works captures the women’s stories which represent more than the pale slips of paper found in interdisciplinary works of research. The narratives are undervalued in institutions, where many academic and medical experts consider these lived experiences on the front-lines to be nothing more than anecdotal first-person accounts of little offer to the empirical community. Blood and Honey. The Secret Herstory of Women: South Slavic Women’s Experiences in a World of Modern Day Territorial Warfare is of interest to those studying history from the ground perspective of those who lived it, who wants to immerse into the vibrant reality that colors in the outline of dates of imperialist wars and the war bounty.
  • Danica Anderson PhD (Author)

    Hardcover

    All proceeds go to the women war crimes and war survivors.

    Through the inscribed memories collected a cookbook and trauma healing practice (bioculinary and biosemiotics) topanalysis of South Slavic women war crimes and war survivors serves as an experiential approach to food in conflict, domestic dwelling, agriculture and husbandry. Through the inscribed memories collected a cookbook and trauma healing practice (bioculinary and biosemiotics) topanalysis of South Slavic women war crimes and war survivors serves as an experiential approach to food in conflict, domestic dwelling, agriculture and husbandry. Blood and Honey Icons are the representations of past and present life experiences, instructions passed down throughout the millennia speaks of what space we occupy in navigating our journeys through our own lives. Biosemiotics adds the depth of the pedagogy of South Slavic female war and war crimes survivors social collective practices.