CAPAZ | CAPAZ working paper (6-2019): “The didactic management of sexualised violence in war. A look through the wars of dissolution in Yugoslavia as an example”
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CAPAZ working paper (6-2019): “The didactic management of sexualised violence in war. A look through the wars of dissolution in Yugoslavia as an example”

CAPAZ working paper (6-2019): “The didactic management of sexualised violence in war. A look through the wars of dissolution in Yugoslavia as an example”

Cover of the CAPAZ Working Paper 06-2019

Introduction (extract):

Based within a historical and educational perspective, and using the example of the Yugoslav wars of dissolution –mainly the Bosnian war of 1992-1995—, this working paper addresses the question of the extent to which sexual or sexualised violence, as perpetrated en masse in the course of wars, civil wars, civil war-type conflicts, and comparable forms of armed conflict, constitutes an appropriate and significant object of historical learning.

Author/researcher:

Oliver Plessow

Professor of didactics of history at the University of Rostock, Germany, since 2015. Previously, PhD in medieval history from the University of Münster, Germany; academic collaborator in various research projects on the Middle Ages, lecturer at a vocational training institution, and professor of didactics of history at the University of Kassel for many years. His current research topics include historical learning in non-formal education and the didactic handling of mass crimes and dictatorial experiences. Contact: oliver.plessow@uni-rostock.de

Read the full CAPAZ working paper 6-2019 (in Spanish, PDF)

Plessow, O. The didactic management of sexualised violence in war. A look through the wars of dissolution in Yugoslavia as an example. CAPAZ Working Paper 6-2019. Bogotá, December 2019, 52 p. ISSN: 2711-0354

(Text NW008-2020: Claudia Maya, English version: Tiziana Laudato)