Email ivo. Yale College Course in Croatia. Bosnia and Herzegovina; Croatia; Israel; Luxembourg Professor Banac belongs to an ongoing research and discussion group that grew out of the debates over the nature of the Bosnian war.
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Ivo Banac, PhD
As of [update] , Banac is a consultant for the Bosnian Institute. Banac was born in Dubrovnik in In he emigrated to the United States with his mother, reuniting with his father who had escaped from Yugoslavia in While at Yale, he earned his tenure , and was a two-time master of Pierson College. During his stay in the United States, Banac regularly visited Yugoslavia. From onwards, Ivo Banac was also active in Croatian politics.
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