Week 14 ANTH 1002
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Week 14 Final 0 O Couple more short answers definitions only for the second half of the course 2 essays The body as witness O Forensic science and human rights A case study con ict and repair 00000 I Ethnic group and ethnicity ethnic cleansingquot genocide Background and the Bosnia War Ethnic con ict and forced migration The UN safe area Srebrenica Bosnia and Herzegovina A day in the life of Drazen Erdemovicquot Bosnia I Two entities Bosnia Serbs and Bosnia Croats I 1 million people were forcibly displaced and 100000 killed in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina 19921995 I People left the country never to return there were people who temporary displaced and the people who lost family members Ethnic group and ethnicity O 0 Ethnic group people who share certain beliefs values habits customs and norms because of their common background Distinction may arise from language religion historical experience geographic placements kinship etc Ethnic groups often have a collective name belief in common descent a sense of solidarity and an association with a specific territory which they may or may not hold Ethnicity identification with and feeling part of an ethnic group and exclusion from certain other groups because if this affiliation Before the war there was various ethnicities white post war ethnic composition had diminished significantly Ethnic cleansingquot term often applied in Bosnia to describe the forcible removal of an ethnic population eg Bosnian Serbs forces attempted to expelled all nonSerb population form eastern Bosnian in the spring of 1992 International media labeled it a campaign of ethnic cleansingquot referring to widespread killing rape and forced expulsion as well as the destruction of property including homes schools businesses and religious sites The Drina River became the site of the genocide Srebrenica execution sites 0 O 0 At least 1000 were killed in the Kravica agricultural warehouse Between 800 and 2500 were killed in orahavac after detention in the nearby Grbavci school Over 800 were killed at perkovci dam Over 1000 were killed at Kozlul Between 1000 and 2000 were killed at the Branjevo Military Farm and the Pilica cultural center Genocide o Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction in whole or in part of an ethnic racial religious or national group I Raphael Lemkin coined the term genocide in 1944 and drafter the convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime and Genocide 0 They would never hurt a y 0 July 13 20109 the women visit the Srebrenica detention and execution sites 0 Pilica Cultural Center Sitting inthis company so indifferent or maybe scarred or whatever and asking myself what it is that prevents normal human beings from doing their moral duty and testifying about a crime was the most horrifying experience of my life I was greatly moved by Srebrencica but it was the visit to Pilica that upset me in particular since I saw that a monument to dead Serb soldiers had been erected in front of the culture center These men had died for their cause believing in what they were doing but was highly arrogant to erect a monument to them in front of the sire of on of the most shameful crimes in the whole war in BosniaHerzengovina I tell you it was the most shocking thingquot CTY Prosecutor Mark Harmon PART II Glossary Refugees internally displaced persons IDPS ethnic con ict and forced migration we are all neighborsquot film Refugees o A person who owing to a wellfounded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race religion nationality membership of a particular social group or political opinion is outside the country of his nationality and is unable or owing to such fear is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country of his former habitual residence as a result of such events is unable residence as a result of such events is unable or owing to such fear is unwilling to return to itquot Article I of the UN convention to the status of refugees 0 An internally displaced persons is someone who is forced to the ee his or her home but who remains within his or her country s borders
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