Professor Dragana Radojičić, PhD, director of the SASA Institute of Ethnography, and Milesa Stefanović Banović, PhD, senior research associate of the SASA Institute of Ethnography, visited the Museum of Genocide Victims, where they were hosted by Dejan Ristić, director of this cultural institution of national importance.
On this occasion, a cooperation agreement was signed between the two renowned institutions, based on which the SASA Institute of Ethnography handed over to the Museum of Genocide Victims the valuable material that was created for the purposes of writing the scientific paper entitled “Heard and Seen With Own Eyes” by Dragana Radojičić and Milesa Stefanović-Banović (published in 2017 in the Edited Volumes of the SASA Institute of Ethnography The Right to Remembrance: Legal and Anthropological Aspects of Culture of Remembrance of the Victims of the Independent State of Croatia in the Second World War).
The valuable material comprises audio recordings (5 recorded interviews) and transcripts of conversations with five interviewees who were prisoners of the concentration camp as children. The data was collected using interviews and free conversations during 2016.
The Museum of Genocide Victims expresses its respect and gratitude to the SASA Institute of Ethnography for the contribution that significantly enriched their collection of audio-visual materials.