Memory, Art and Activism: Breaking the Stigma of Wartime Sexual Violence in Kosovo – Faculty Talk by Anna di Lellio
“Memory, Art and Activism: Breaking the Stigma of Wartime Sexual Violence in Kosovo” was a faculty talk delivered by Anna di Lellio, PhD, on March 13th, 2018.
Dr. Di Lellio holds a PhD in Sociology from Columbia University and a Masters in Public Policy and International Affairs from New York University. She is a journalist, sociologist and policy analyst with a broad range of interests and experience, from American politics and culture to nationalism, security, and state-building in the Balkans. She is an expert on Kosovo, where she worked for years, as political adviser to the Prime Minister; Media Commissioner (the interim regulator of broadcasting and print media for the United Nations Mission); and research analyst and advisor for OIM and the UN on the Kosovo Liberation Army program of reintegration. She is the author of The Battle of Kosovo 1389, An Albanian Epic (London: I.B. Tauris, 2009) and the editor of The Case for Kosova: A Passage to Independence (London: Anthem Press, 2006).