Resonance, rich description and social-historical healing: The use of collective narrative practice in Srebrenica— David Denborough

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Resonance, rich description and social-historical healing: The use of collective narrative practice in Srebrenica— David Denborough

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Are there ways of engaging with histories, collective narrative documentation and definitional ceremonies that can contribute to social-historical healing? This paper describes the use of collective narrative practices to generate opportunities for resonance between the storylines of people from different sides of an historic conflict. By telling the story of a workshop that took place in Srebrenica, Bosnia, this piece introduces new concepts to the field of narrative practice and includes two collective narrative documents.

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