Laura Feehs

Laura Feehs

Laura Feehs is a graduate student at the University of Denver (DU), pursuing an MA in International Disaster Psychology. She holds a BA in International Studies from DU with a concentration in International Organizations, Security, and Human Rights. Her interest in post-conflict settings and transitional justice brought Bosnia and Herzegovina into focus during her undergraduate studies. Since then, Laura has researched the role of psychosocial interventions in addressing intergenerational trauma, fostering collective healing, and bolstering peacebuilding efforts.

Reflections on the Marš Mira
On the morning of 7 July, Srebrenica felt like a ghost town. I departed Sarajevo earlier that morning with a group of fellow graduate students from the University of Denver. We were preparing to participate in the Marš Mira, the annual peace march that commemorates the Srebrenica genocide.
Shoot! Filming a War
In the documentary directed by Jean-Baptiste Thoret, “Shoot! Filming a War” presents the experiences of various war film directors as they discuss their respective processes for recreating these violent pieces of history as well as the perspectives of historians and researchers who have worked on such films.
“Untitled”: Enrico Dagnino’s Archive Under Fire
Enrico Dagnino’s photography tells the stories of conflict. Most often, these stories are difficult to convey, difficult to observe, and difficult to understand. An interview with Dagnino gives insight into both his career as a photojournalist and his exhibit, “Untitled”.
Documenting Disaster: Perspectives on the Process and Purpose of Archiving War
On 29 June 2016, the fourth day of the 2016 WARM Festival, the WARM Foundation hosted a conference entitled ‘War Archives,’ which featured panelists directly involved in preserving documents that give testament to the lived experiences of war.