Meet Mago Contributor, Danica Borkovich Anderson

DanicaDanica Borkovich Anderson

During my childhood on the North side of Chicago, I took to Serbian folk dancing (kolos) with a passion exposing me to female humanities and the social structure and symbolism of past and present South Slavic societies. I am founder and CEO of Kolo: Women’s Cross Cultural Collaboration, which works with women who have been affected by war crimes and women who are war survivors.  I am attached to the International Criminal Court in the capacity of Psycho-Social Victims Gender expert and this has led me to Chad, Congo, and Uganda and it has brought me face-to-face with catastrophic war and the issues surrounding violence. As a social scientist, I spent a year in Afghanistan.

www.kolocollaboration.org

http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Honey-Icons-Biosemiotics-Bioculinary/dp/1482568233/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1425771061&sr=1-1&keywords=blood+%26+honey+icons+book

Recently published posts:

(Essay) Blood & Honey Icons by Danica Anderson

(Essay) Three-Fingered Fish Goddess- South Slavic Intangible Oral Memory Traditions by Danica Anderson

 

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Danica is the living Goddess.

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