Authors

Gabriel C. Kelly '16, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Summer 2015

Department

History

Abstract

The conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina can be understood in multiple ways, however, the focus of this paper is to examine the perspective of Ireland on the Bosnian Muslims at different levels of society--ranging from the population to international level--from June 01, 1992 to January 31, 1996. Through an analysis of letters to the editor in "The Irish Times," parliamentary debate transcripts, and the Barbara Sloan European Union Document Collection located at the University of Pittsburgh's Hillman Library, I have been able to reveal how complex perspectives within a state on a particular issue can be, and how they can vary between states.

Comments

Produced during Summer 2015 as part of a Mellon Grant. Research overseen by Dr. William Bowman, with additional assistance provided by Dr. Nina Barzachka and Dr. Yasmin Akbaba. Presented at the "Middle East and Islamic World: Past, Present, and Future" undergraduate student research conference, October 3, 2015.

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