Practices of memorialization

Commemorating the Srebrenica Genocide

Practices of memorialization cover a range of activities, performances, processes, narratives, and material objects. Examples are memorials, remembrance days, museums, online memorial websites, documentaries, movies and books. I have published several articles concerning commemorative practices regarding the Srebrenica Genocide.

Practices of Memorialization
Year Title Source Link
2020 'Playing Srebrenica'. Theatre plays in the Netherlands regarding Srebrenica Y. Eski (ed.): Genocide and Victimology (Series: Victims, Culture and Society). Abingdon: Routledge, 138-150.
2020 Introduction to a special issue of Oñati Socio-legal Series: Practices of Memoralization and the Process of Social Reconstruction (samen met Gema Varona Martinez) Oñati Socio-legal Series 10, no. 3, 535-543.
2020 The Srebrenica Exhibition (samen met Dion van den Berg) Oñati Socio-legal Series 10, no. 3, 544-562.
2019 Non-healing Rituals and how to build a peaceful future: between Memory and Oblivion Paul Post & Martin Hoondert (eds) (2019), Absent Ritual. Exploring the ambivalence and dynamics of ritual. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 119-135.
2018 [2019] Srebrenica: Conflict and ritual complexities Martin Hoondert, Paul Mutsaers & William Arfman (2018[2019]): Cultural Practices of Victimhood (series: Victims, Culture and Society). Abingdon: Routledge, 20-38.
2016 The Cultural Complexity of Victimhood Tilburg Papers of Culture Studies nr. 163
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