Blood and Honey:

The Secret Herstory of Women: South Slavic Women's Experiences in a World of Modern-day Territorial Warfare

by Danica Anderson PhD (Author), Erin Hilleary (Illustrator), Connie Simpson (Illustrator)


This book will divulge how trauma erases the female-based community and culture that once forged an immense socio-psychological peaceful collective in Neolithic and Paleolithic Europe. In the face of modern day territorial warfare, South Slavic women possess a powerful, yet often neglected, tool that has the potential to heal grief-stricken communities around the world. The women’s stories represent more than the pale slips of paper found in interdisciplinary works of research; they are undervalued narratives, which many academic and medical experts consider to be nothing more than first-person accounts that offer little to the empirical community.

Product details

  • File Size: 24423 KB
  • Print Length: 142 pages
  • Publication Date: February 29, 2016
  • Sold by: Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,922,744 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
  • #2735 in Gender Studies (Kindle Store)
  • #1395 in Neuropsychology (Kindle Store)
  • #4274 in Medical Neuropsychology

About the Author

Daughter of Serbian refugees, her Mother survived WWII Jasenovac concentration camp setting the stage for her research into gendered violence and trauma impacts.. Danica Anderson's doctorate in clinical psychology concentration in somatic psychology partnered her global work and experiences which is terms as a poetic college. A Psycho-social Gender Victims Expert with the International Criminal Court since 2005, she has accrued extensive knowledge of Sub-Sahara Africa. Since March 1999, Dr. Anderson developed the Kolo Trauma impact format from her work with Bosnian Muslim Female war crimes and war survivors. Centered on women's oral memory traditions and women as major caregivers, the depth and breadth of her work the kolo trauma treatment empowers women to remember they create culture and are the healers of their global communities-societies where women and children are not invisible or erased.