TOD #3: Victims’ Symptom: PTSD and Culture

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About the book: Victims’ Symptom is a collection of interviews, essays, artists’ statements and glossary definitions, which was originally launched as a Web project ( Produced in 2007, the project brought together cases related to past and current sites of conflict such as Srebrenica, Palestine, and Kosovo reporting from different (and sometimes conflicting) international viewpoints. The Victims Symptom Reader collects critical concepts in media victimology and addresses the representation of victims in economies of war.

Texts:: Sezgin Boynik, Adila Laidi Hanieh, Geert Lovink, Ana Peraica, Stevan Vuković.

Interviews by: Ana Peraica (with Enrique Arroyo, Noam Chomsky, Agricola da Cologne, Anur Hadžiomerspahić, Joseph de Lappe) and Marko Stamenković (with Peter Fuchs, Jonas Staal, Carlos Motta, Neery Melkonian and Tomas Tomlinas)

Artists’ statements: Mauricio Arango, Alejandro Duque, Andreja Kulunčić, Marko Peljhan and Martha Rosler

Colophon: Editor: Ana Peraica, Copy editing: Vicky Anning, Michael Dieter, Image on the front-page and project design: MANNSCHAFT, Glossary: Tihana Jendričko and Tina Peraica, Commissioned by: Lab for Culture, Amsterdam, 2008. Design: Katja van Stiphout. Printer: ‘Print on Demand’. Publisher: Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2009. ISBN: 978-90-78146-11-7