Joscelyn Jurich

Joscelyn Jurich
Columbia University | CU · Communications Ph.D. Program

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The invisibilization of political violence, its material traces and spatial manifestations, characterize (post)conflict situations. Yet counter-semantics and dissonant narratives that challenge this invisibility have been articulated by artists, writers, and human rights activists that increasingly seek to contest the related historical amnesia. Ad...
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This chapter is based on a conference the author co-organized at CELSA-Sorbonne in 2018 entitled, “Médias indépendants et droits de l’homme: la tension entre ‘reporting’ et ‘reportage’? Enquête et démocratie” (“The Independent Media and Human Rights: Tension between “reporting” and “reportage”? Investigation and Democracy”). The conference featured...
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Syrian documentary filmmaker, poet, playwright and translator Liwaa Yazji’s long-form documentary ‘Haunted’ (2014) follows nine individuals’ experiences of home, including a couple in Damascus that remain trapped in their house surrounded by snipers, a Syrian of Palestinian descent who fled from Syria to Lebanon and a Syrian refugee family temporar...
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The anonymous Syrian film collective Abounaddara has posted a new short video on Vimeo and distributed it via social media every Friday since April 2011, the beginning of the Syrian popular uprising. Working with limited equipment, no regular funding, and under very dangerous conditions, Abounaddara has termed its work ‘emergency cinema’, recalling...
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Out of the many everyday photographs, objects newspaper clippings, frontpages and posters in the Historical Museum of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s permanent exhibition, “Sarajevo Under Siege,” one stands out in particular: a blue and white knitted sweater that belonged to Nermin Divović, a Sarajevan killed by a sniper in November 1994, when he was seven ye...
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African American Communist leader Pettis Perry (1897-1965) was a Smith Act Defendant, the African American Secretary of the Negro Commission of the Communist Party, the Chairman of the Farm Commission of the Communist Party, and an Alternate Member of the Executive Committee of the Communist Party. His archives at the Schomburg Center for Research...
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This paper examines horror through works by three artists taking the sites and remains of extreme violence as their subject matters: Australian actress Kym Vercoe’s performance piece, “Seven Kilometres Northeast,”(2010) Bosnian director Jasmila Žbanić’s film based on the same piece, “For Those Who Can Tell No Tales” (2013) and Bosnian photographer...
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