No Room for Truth?

Taylor McConnell completed an MSc in International Development at the University of Edinburgh in 2015. Originally from Central Pennsylvania, Taylor traveled through the Balkans and developed a keen interest in the post-war history of Bosnia, particularly in reconciling national identity, memory and development policy, leading him to move to Sarajevo in May 2015.

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Winner of the Intercultural Achievement Recognition Award by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs

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