Chapter 7 We can make claims in this way: acts of disruption and education reform in Brčko District, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Chapter 7 focuses on the counterpoint to the virtuous citizen by looking at acts of citizenship in Bosnia-Herzegovina in which protests temporarily derailed an elite-led reconciliation programme. Drawing on qualitative fieldwork the example of student protests at the time of the reintroduction of multi-ethnic schooling in Brčko District is used to demonstrate the importance of disorder and disruption as part of the justice-seeking process. In doing so the chapter underlines the ongoing and contested nature of justice as a concept and practice, problematising the framing of the virtuous citizen.

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