International Studies honours student Alannah Cusin has taken first prize in the Arts Faculty’s recent ‘3 Minute Honours Thesis’ competition, which saw students from across the faculty racing against the clock to explain their thesis topics in 3 minutes.
Alannah’s thesis, entitled ‘Remembering Dismemberment: The Politics of Memory in Bosnia and Herzegovina’ examines the politics of memory in Bosnia after the Yugoslav wars. Focusing on three Bosnian cities, it explores the politicisation of ethnic identities and the ways in which the respective populations remember the war.
Congratulations to Alannah!
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