Tea Sindbæk Andersen

Tea Sindbæk Andersen
University of Copenhagen · Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies

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Publications (19)
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In Bosnia and Herzegovina, memories of the 1990s war remain hugely divided on political and institutional levels, constituting what we may think of as a mnemonic war. Interview-based qualitative research shows that people in Bosnia on the individual level tend to follow the dominant narrative of their own group, yet, when challenged on these viewpo...
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This article investigates how literary works of fiction depicting wartime memories from Bosnia were received by groups of lay readers in Copenhagen, Manchester and Berlin. We introduce the concept of mnemonic migration to include both the narrative strategies employed by migrant authors in order to represent such memories in new mnemonic contexts,...
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This article investigates the role of 1918, the end of the First World War, and the establishment of the Yugoslav state in public memories of post-communist Croatia and Serbia. Analysing history schoolbooks within the context of major works of history and public discussion, the authors trace the developments of public memory of the end of the war a...
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Sindbæk Andersen and Dedović investigate the public memory of the First World War in Croatia. By analysing historiographies, history schoolbooks and public debates, the authors aim to trace the development of Croatian First World War memory: they argue that this memory was rather vague and often almost absent in Croatia before 2013, and that this w...
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This introduction argues that the field of memory studies needs to pay more attention to the role of joyful and positive types of memory. Quoting recent discussions, we propose that the dominant focus on traumatic and dark pasts within memory studies carries the risks that the research field ignores important aspects of collective memory and eclips...
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This chapter investigates how the difficult sides of Yugoslavia’s Second World War history, including questions of collaboration and betrayal, civil war, and mass atrocities against civilians, have been addressed in Yugoslav war films of the socialist period. Looking at films from different periods of Yugoslav socialism, Tea Sindbæk Andersen points...
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Newman John Paul . Yugoslavia in the Shadow of War: Veterans and the Limits of State Building, 1903–1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. 287. - Volume 48 - Tea Sindbæk Andersen
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This article investigates the developments of public memory of the First World War as it is written into the national narratives of Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia on the way to the centennial of the war’s outbreak. The First World War constitutes both a shared and a divided memory in Serbia, Croatia, and Bosnia. Though the war was a catastrophe everyw...

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