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About the Journal
Association for Modern History launched a journal Historia Moderna, with the aim to publish works that will enrich the historiography in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The journal is also open to the works that cover history of other countries and that fit into the program goals of Association, which are: moving boundaries of existing knowledge by opening new topics, different perspectives, modern methodological approaches, and fulfilling modern history requests.
The works in the journal will be published in English, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and Montenegrin language.
The first issue was published in year 2020.
The new issue of Historia moderna Bosnia&Herzegovina brings two original scientific articles concerning southeast European history during 20th century. In one article, Aleksandar Horvat discusses about naratives related to the alleged mass crime and the shooting of hundreds of Serb citizens of Novi Sad in Rajina’s Forest by NOP members after the liberation of the city in October 1944. In the other article, Semir Hažimusić discusses about literalization of workers in Bosnia and Herzegovina after World War II.
Additionally, we publish an interview with Ivan Čolović, one of the leading antropologists in southeast Europe. The interview was conducted by Edin Omerčić.
At the end of the issue, we have nine book and journal reviews.