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2022
Sunday, February 27th
9:00 AM

Radio BH Zajednice Interview

Adna Karamehić-Oates, Fontbonne University

Radio BH zajednice, 880 AM

9:00 AM

Radio Bh zajednice na frekvenciji 880am. Urednik i voditelj Zaim Jahic. Pratite nas svake nedelje u terminu od 9am do 12pm.

Zaim Jahic of Radio BH zajednice interviews Adna Karamehić-Oates and Ajla Zigic. Topics covered during their conversation included the Center’s history and mission, its funding, and its future plans and activities.

In Bosnian.

Tuesday, March 1st
5:00 PM

Official Opening of the Center for Bosnian Studies

Center for Bosnian Studies, Fontbonne University
Midwest BankCentre

Fontbonne University, Lewis Room

5:00 PM

Official Opening
Tuesday, 1 March 2022

5:00 pm Reception, Main lobby of Taylor Library

Accordion music by Amir Saleševic
Bosnian wine provided by Novella Wine Bar
Bosnian pitas and desserts provided by Zlatne Kapi LLC

5:30 pm Welcome and Dedication, Lewis Room (lower level of Taylor Library)

Speakers
Dr. Adna Karamehic-Oates, Director
Center for Bosnian Studies
Dr. Ben Moore, Senior Researcher
Center for Bosnian Studies
Nedim Ramic, Bajric & Ramic LLC
Marsha Benney, Chief Financial Officer
Midwest BankCentre

6:30 pm Visit the Center for Bosnian Studies and its Collections, Center for Bosnian Studies (lower level of Taylor Library)

Saturday, March 5th
7:00 PM

Bosnia and Herzegovina Independence Day | 30th Anniversary Celebration

St. Louis Bosnians, Inc.

Holiday Inn Downtown | 811 N. 9th Street, St. Louis MO 63101

7:00 PM

This year marks the 30th Anniversary since Bosnia and Herzegovina regained its independence from Yugoslavia.

You are invited to join us for this joyous occasion.

Speakers
Amb. Sven Alkalaj
Dr. Ben Moore
Patrick McCarthy
Dr. Jasmin Mujanović
Erol Avdović

Purchase tickets HERE. Doors will open at 6:30 pm.

Thursday, March 31st
5:30 PM

Remembering the Bosnian Genocide: The Importance of Survivor Stories

Missouri History Museum
Center for Bosnian Studies, Fontbonne University
Ann Petrila, University of Denver
Hasan Hasanović, Srebrenica-Potočari Genocide Memorial Center

Missouri History Museum, 5700 Lindell Blvd 63112

5:30 PM

The Academy Award–nominated 2020 film Quo vadis, Aida? tells the story of Aida, a translator for the UN in Srebrenica, Bosnia, in 1995, when the Serbian Army laid siege to the small town. Created by filmmaker Jasmila Žbanić, the film has been celebrated for opening a door for survivors of the Bosnian genocide to tell their own stories. The book Voices from Srebrenica: Survivor Narratives of the Bosnian Genocide preserves the personal stories of numerous survivors of the Srebrenica genocide. Join authors Ann Petrila and Hasan Hasanović, along with moderator Elvir Ahmetovic for a conversation inspired by Quo vadis, Aida? and Voices from Srebrenica about the importance of survivor stories and reclaiming the narrative.

Sponsored by

Sunday, November 13th
5:00 PM

Bosnian St. Louis: Between Two Worlds

Patrick McCarthy
Akif Cogo, St. Louis Bosnians

Fontbonne University, Lewis Room

5:00 PM

Presentation and conversation with Bosnian St. Louis authors Patrick McCarthy & Akif Cogo.

Reception at 5 pm.

Reading at 5:30 pm followed by a discussion and book signing (copies available for purchase courtesy of Left Bank Books).

Free and open to the public.

Wednesday, November 16th
10:00 AM

Fighting Bigotry & Hatred: Center for Bosnian Studies

Adna Karamehic-Oates, Center for Bosnian Studies
Benjamin Moore, Center for Bosnian Studies

Mirowitz Center at Covenant Place

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Recently opened on the Fontbonne University campus, the new Center for Bosnian Studies is establishing an enduring record of the experiences of Bosnian genocide survivors and their families. The Center’s mission is to counter the hate and discrimination that fueled the war in Bosnia and continues to fuel innumerable conflicts worldwide. While the Center is new, the historical and cultural preservation initiative began when the Bosnian Memory Project was founded in 2006. Today, the Center focuses on the estimated 60,000 Bosnian refugees in metropolitan St. Louis, the largest group living outside of Bosnia. Join Director Adna Karamehic-Oates and Senior Researcher Benjamin Moore for a compelling presentation about the Center’s growing collection of digital oral histories of survivors and their families, special rare items, and other unique resources related to Bosnia and its diaspora. This program is part of the Mirowitz Center's "Fighting Bigotry & Hatred" series.

Saturday, December 3rd
2:00 PM

Bosnians Remember: Documenting Our Past for the Sake of Our Future

Center for Bosnian Studies, Fontbonne University
Cliff Cave Branch, St. Louis County Library
Jordan Riggs, Fontbonne University

5430 Telegraph Rd, St. Louis, MO 63129

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Join us for this special community event, co-organized with the Cliff Cave branch of St. Louis County Library, where we will discuss the importance of preserving and archiving cultural materials as a community.

We’ll bring items from the Center for Bosnian Studies’ collections and stories to share, including student projects using materials from the archives.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration is requested.

Register: https://www.slcl.org/content/bosnia-memory-project

Bosnian refreshments provided.

Cliff Cave Branch of St. Louis County Library

5430 Telegraph Rd, St. Louis, MO 63129