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Eight years after the Dayton peace agreement ended the war in Bosnia, the first tentative steps towards a unified higher education system are still being taken. Enes Pelidija, president of the University of Sarajevo 's history faculty, remained optimistic, at least as far as his sensitive academic discipline was concerned.

It is the most positive step so far. We have had little contact with the Serbs in the University of Banja Luka, but the EU will unite historical programmes from elementary schools up to universities.

We must respect each other and base our history on facts, not myths. The EU removed "hate speak" from the history syllabus, and the war was left off the curriculum because it was too fresh in people's memories. History and languages, with the Serbs writing and learning Cyrillic and the Muslims and Croats having their own Serbo-Croat near-dialects, have been the main sticking points in a unified curriculum.

Dr Pelidija taught Croat and Serb students and, although there were minor disagreements, he said he stuck to the facts and based his sources on the internet and articles from the West. He spent the war teaching in Sarajevo. He had his first contact with Serbs four years ago, when he spoke to Croat and Serb professors about the 60th anniversary of the founding of Bosnia-Hertzegovina at a meeting arranged by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

Everyone listened quietly to one another. The optimism was less apparent among students. Economics student Djenan Cigura said: "There is 40 per cent unemployment here, and many students don't see the point in studying. There is too much theory and not enough practical lessons about business - there is no business here anyway. Ena Zercovic, a part-time business student, worked for the EU to finance her studies.

She studied at six different universities during the war, including the so-called War School in Sarajevo, Croatia; Zenica University in central Bosnia; and the Croatian haven of Kesiljak, sandwiched between the Serbs surrounding Sarajevo and the Muslims defending it. Sarajevo is a dead town now. It is the same as it was five years ago. Many graduates have left, as have the best professors.

Those who stay either sit around just talking in cafes or get into crime. History student Salmedin Mesihovic said he spoke to several foreign students who came to visit on exchanges.

Some professors put strange ideas to us and point out many conflicting complex details. So at these conferences, we just insulted each other. Get a month's unlimited access to THE content online. Just register and complete your career summary. Registration is free and only takes a moment. Once registered you can read a total of 3 articles each month, plus:. Already registered or a current subscriber?

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Eight years after the Dayton peace agreement ended the war in Bosnia, the first tentative steps towards a unified higher education system are still being taken. Enes Pelidija, president of the University of Sarajevo 's history faculty, remained optimistic, at least as far as his sensitive academic discipline was concerned. It is the most positive step so far. We have had little contact with the Serbs in the University of Banja Luka, but the EU will unite historical programmes from elementary schools up to universities. We must respect each other and base our history on facts, not myths. The EU removed "hate speak" from the history syllabus, and the war was left off the curriculum because it was too fresh in people's memories. History and languages, with the Serbs writing and learning Cyrillic and the Muslims and Croats having their own Serbo-Croat near-dialects, have been the main sticking points in a unified curriculum.

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But, in many recent studies and papers on Ottoman Bosnia this fact was not stressed enough. It was exactly in numerous examples that one can see that Bosnian Medieval State, even before the arrival of Sultan Mehmed Fatih II in May , offered resistance to the Ottoman army for 77 years. It continued even after the loss of the Medieval sovereignty. In this period, the Ottoman authorities established seven sanjaks which were included in the Bosnian Eyalet on September 5th, The very name of the province kept the Medieval name of the country, as it was done by giving the name to the Bosnian and Herzegovinian sanjak.

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