Bosnia’s Roma Try to Break Out of Isolation
This story was first published in  Balkan Insight  on June 14, 2017. By Hoi Mun Yee Melina Halilovic is the first Roma...
Students Challenge Ethnically-Divided Education in Bosnia
This story was first published in  Balkan Insight  on June 12, 2017. by Katherine Heroux Jajce, Bosnia-Herzegovina – Faruk Bubric, an 18-year...
Dr Jasmin Nurkovic: Healer of Fellow Novi Pazar Citizens
By Saima Bacicanin Novi Pazar (Serbia), March 19, 2017- Two hours after the end of the workday, in the reception...
A Belgrade Diner where Americans Feel at Home
By Saima Bacicanin Belgrade, February 18, 2017 – Entering Intergalactic Diner feels like walking into a time machine that immediately...
The “Vera Wang” of Novi Pazar
By Lejla Hanusa Novi Pazar, Serbia, March 19, 2017- Sitting in her bright white fashion studio, dressed all in black...
A look to the past
By Katie Heroux Belgrade, April 23, 2017 – On a beautiful cloudless day in Tasmajdan Park, in central Belgrade, Radio...
NATO’s War on Media in Serbia
By Hoi Mun Yee Belgrade, April  23, 2017—As the bells of St. Mark’s Church rang for 4 P.M., it is...
Making Belgrade a Home
By Hoi Mun Yee BELGRADE, April 2017 – Australian Philomena O’Brien had just celebrated her 39th birthday in Budapest and...
Tech upstarts power hope for Kosovo
This story was first published in The Detroit News  on March 30, 2017. By Bernardo Reyes Facio Pristina, Kosovo – It’s hard to...
The Liquor of Fruit and Fire
By: Finnian James BELGRADE, Feb. 18, 2017 – Serbs will tell you, rakija (rakiya) puts all other liquor to shame....
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By Katie Heroux Belgrade, April 23, 2017 – On a beautiful cloudless day in Tasmajdan Park, in central Belgrade, Radio...
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By Emma Woods BELGRADE/PRISTINA, December 8, 2016 – Serbia has been trying to join the European Union, but many of...

Researching Balkans

Unprepared: My Journey Through an Unexpected Month
By Alexis Traussi For all intents and purposes, I was completely unprepared for my entire study abroad semester with SIT...
Collaborative Performing? The Contested Nature of Theater in Belgrade
By Sarah Edwards During my interviews and conversations with people in the theater community, I found this unexpected tension between...
Out and About in Sarajevo
By Matthew Zarenkiewicz “The more time you spend in Sarajevo,” a local Sarajevan friend said to me one bright Sunday...
A Rose in a City Square
By Conner Gordon | This article was originally published on The Prindle Post , a global forum for ethical reflection hosted by the Janet Prindle...
An Answer for Srebrenica
By Conner Gordon | This article was originally published on The Prindle Post , a global forum for ethical reflection hosted by the Janet Prindle...
In Wake of the Tomahawk
By Conner Gordon | This article was originally published on The Prindle Post , a global forum for ethical reflection hosted by the Janet Prindle...
Seeking Out Schrodinger’s Cat
By Conner Gordon | This article was originally published on The Prindle Post , a global forum for ethical reflection hosted by the Janet Prindle...
Sarajevo
By Anna Squires This morning I woke up in Sarajevo – the “Swiss Cheese City”, as the locals called it during...
Youth Initiative for Human Rights gives a microphone for youth voices
by Rachel Brustein BELGRADE – Sixteen years after the war between Serbia and Kosovo, and seven years since Pristina unilaterally...