The erased wrote their stories together with students of the Faculty of Social Work and Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. These are stories about the courage, innovation, surviving strategies and hope, that are revealing new or less known aspects of the erasure and its consequences. Continue reading
Authors: Neža Kogovšek, Jelka Zorn, Sara Pistotnik, Uršula Lipovec Čebron, Veronika Bajt, Brankica Petković, Lana Zdravković
Peace Institute, Ljubljana, 2010 Continue reading
This thematic issue of the Journal for the Critique of Science, “Once Upon an Erasure: From Citizens to Illegal Residents in the Republic of Slovenia,” puts questions such as the formation of Slovenian citizenship after independence, media silence, exclusion of the erased from the health care system, violations of international law, liability issues and the creation of organized innocence in the centre of our attention.
Authors: Marta Gregorčič, Vlasta Jalušič, Neža Kogovšek, Andrej Kurnik, Uršula Lipovec Čebron, Borut Mekina, Igor Mekina, Marta Stojić, Imma Tuccillo Castaldo, Svetlana Vasović, Boris Vezjak, Jelka Zorn and Sara Pistotnik. Interviews with Aleksandar Todorović, Aleksander Doplihar, Roberto Pignoni and Boris A. Novak.
Journal for the Critique of Science, for Imagination and New Anthropology, Študentska založba, Ljubljana, 2008. Continue reading
This book is composed of a foreword by Vlasta Jalušič which delineates the political background which paved the road for violations of human rights and subsequent strategies of justifications, and two studies: Jasminka Dedić explains various legal aspects of the erasure, while Jelka Zorn presents an ethnographic study including the erased people’s testimonies.
Authors: Jasminka Dedić, Vlasta Jalušič, Jelka Zorn
Peace Institute, Ljubljana, 2003 Continue reading