Genealogy of Amnesia: Rethinking the Past for a New Future of Conviviality is the title of an interdisciplinary, arts and theory based research project. It is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) through its Programme for Arts-based Research (PEEK). The research is developed at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, from 2018 to 2020.
Three films on the Africa Museum (PDF) by Matthias De Groof (Brussels 2019)
Research on The Royal Museum for Central Africa, colloquially known as the Africa Museum, an ethnography and natural history museum, situated in Tervuren, Belgium.
“Exposing an Unfinished Belgian Process of Decolonization” PDF) (Ghent 2018), by Marte Van Hassel.
Retracing the Tears (PDF) by Arye Wachsmuth and Sophie Lillie (Vienna 2019)
On the occasion of the exhibitions: RECOLLECTING: Looted Art and Restitution
Vienna, 3 December 2008–15 February 2009 and Into the Unknown – Austria Since 1918 Vienna, 10 November 2018–17 May 2020.
“Words Precede Actions” (PDF) (Vienna 2018), excerpt from Marika Schmiedt’s work
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia and "Republika Srpska"
Camps, Genocide and Ethno-Religious Cleansing (PDF) by Hikmet Karčić (Sarajevo 2019)
An illustrated deep analysis of the systematic killings and atrocities against Bosniak women, men and children by Bosnian Serb and Milošević, Karadžić and others, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“Bosnia and Herzegovina: Memory / History – Archives – Knowledge” (PDF) (Sarajevo 2018), by Adla Isanović.