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Susana Koric Novi Travnik, Bosnia

Susana is the leader of the Kolo Sumejja women in the middle cantons of Bosnia. On a visit to see her son and grandson in Oregon, Susana takes her bioculinary skills to greater heights on the Washington State coast. Susana picked wild nettles and prepared them for dinner. Knowledge of these practices during the Balkan War and the aftermath expands the Slavic identity that in death there is life.

Categorized in these topics: Bioculinary Bosnia Feminine Matrix and Female Culture Social Memory War Women's Trauma Issues


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