Badema Pitic, PhD

Visual History Archive Research Officer

Badema Pitic joined the Center for Advanced Genocide Research in 2017, where she is involved in the Center's outreach and academic programming directed at fostering and supporting the scholarly use of the Visual History Archive in research and teaching. Badema earned her doctorate in Ethnomusicology from University of California, Los Angeles. Her research focuses on the intersections of music, memory, and politics in the aftermath of war and genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

pitic@usc.edu
Publications
Pitic, Badema
“Keyword: Transitional Justice.”
Music and Arts in Action 7(3): 103-119, Special Edition - Music in Peacebuilding: Keywords Vol. 2.
2020
Pitic, Badema
“Musical Commemorations and Grand Narratives: The Case of the Oratorio ‘Srebrenički Inferno’ in Postwar Bosnia.”
Memory Studies 16(2). OnlineFirst publication.
2019
Pitic, Badema
“Odjeci duhovne i svjetovne muzike Prusca u današnjem dobu” (Echoes of Sacred and Secular Music of the Prusac Area of Today).
Herald of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina 50: 27-43
2013
Pitic, Badema
“The Music of Srebrenica after the War: Attitudes and Practice among Surviving Bosniaks, Music Therapy, and Music Works in the Name of Srebrenica.”
Narodna umjetnost: Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research 48(1): 161-181.
2011