Tag Archives: Belgrade

My Mother Today Would Have Been 89

My Mother from My Life Without Me Where was I when it all started? In the hospital, some fifty years ago, but not in the delivery ward, where most children get their umbilical cords cut.  No, I was in the … Continue reading

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We are all Refugees

In English, in FrenchOnce I was a refugee, too.  During the fall of former Yugoslavia, I visited many refugees camps all over the war-torn region.   I edited a book of  refugee stories. Every war is different, so we should … Continue reading

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Lili from Belgrade

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Bello Ciao

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Moj zivot bez mene

Posle nekoliko godina sam u mom gradu, na javnom mestu i volela bih da vidim 24. decembra u 20 sati ljude koje volim i koji mene pamte. Kao neko ko vec godinama ovde ne zivi ne zelim da popujem vec … Continue reading

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Halftones

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Street Smart Cities: Share Belgrade

Share.mov II from SHARE Conference on Vimeo. texts by Jasmina Tesanovic and Bruce Sterling Street-Smart Cities by Jasmina Tesanovic I like them big, I like them dirty, I like them loud, and I DON’T like them “smart.” My cities. That’ … Continue reading

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