Culture Shutdown? A Plea for Museums, Galleries, and Libraries in Bosnia and Herzegovina
"... in a matter of weeks or months, seven of Bosnia’s top national cultural institutions were likely to close their doors," wrote Susan C. Pearce, an East European Studies Title VIII-supported scholar, in an article discussing the challenges that historical preservation institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina face today.
Susan C. Pearce, assistant professor at East Carolina University and former Title VIII-supported research scholar, writes on "Culture Shutdown?" discussing the challenges that historical preservation institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina face today. To access the full text of the article, please click here.
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