Recollecting Our Past: St. Louis Bosnians a Generation after the War

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Spring 2022


St. Louis is home to the largest Bosnian refugee community in the world, with new generations in the process of understanding their past and legacy of displacement.

We are using archival materials to study how the Bosnian diaspora community in St. Louis, MO is changing a generation after the war and ethnic cleansing in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Presented by Jordan Riggs at the closing workshop of the Council of Independent College’s Humanities Research for the Public Good (HRPG) project . The three-day workshop was held April 29-May 1, 2022 in Baltimore, MD.

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