Marking 20 years since the genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Loyola University’s – Sullivan Center – 6339 N. Sheridan, Chicago
October 19th 2012
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October 19th 2012 at 7 PM, Reception at 6 PM
Loyola University’s – Sullivan Center
6339 N. Sheridan, Chicago
This art show is part of NO PEACE WITHOUT JUSTICE. An event and discussion marking 20 years since the genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dr. Esad Boskailo and Julia Lieblich a psychiatrist and a journalist, co-authors of Wounded I Am More Awake: Finding Meaning After Terror, the story of Boskailo’s year in concentration camps in Bosnia and his e!orts to help trauma survivors heal.
Dr. Mary Fabri Clinical Psychologist, former Director of Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center.
Refik Hodzic The Director of Communications for the International Center for Transitional Justice.
Samir Biscevic Bosnian-American painter. His expressionist style is deeply rooted in the tragedy brought on by the war in Bosnia. The collapse of existing values filled Samir with the desire to express visually the existential conflict of man.
Moderated by: Aleksandar Hemon The acclaimed Bosnian-American writer and winner of a MacArthur Foundation Grant.