New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study

Ana ACESKA (Republic of Macedonia)

Beyond Dichotomies: Ethnicity, Space and Senses of Togetherness across the Border in Ethnically Divided Cities in Post-War Bosnia-Herzegovina

Dražen CEPIĆ (Croatia)

Friendship and Patronage in the Post-Socialist Context

Eda GÜÇLÜ (Turkey)

Ph.D. Candidate, Central European University, Budapest

The Social Practices of Property in Ottoman Istanbul, 1865-1900

Sokol LLESHI (Albania)

Ph.D. Candidate, Central European University, Budapest

Legitimating the Democratic State in Post-Communist Romania: Memory as a Cultural Good

Slaviša RAKOVIĆ (Serbia)

Research Associate, Centre for Applied European Studies, Belgrade

Secularism vs. Identitarian Orthodoxy in Serbia: Trajectories of a Great Divide

Ioannis TRISOKKAS (Cyprus)

Visiting Lecturer, Department of Classics and Philosophy, University of Cyprus

The Solitude Thesis

Ozan ARSLAN (Turkey)

Lecturer, Izmir University of Economics

The Black Sea in WWI, its Assessment as a Space of War by the Belligerents, Strategic Goals and Naval Operations (1914-18)

Čarna BRKOVIĆ (Montenegro)

Junior Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Central European University, Budapest

Amidst Society and Nature: Ethnological Archives in the Balkans in the Early Twentieth Century

Srdjan JOVANOVIĆ (Serbia)

Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Public Administration, “Pavol Jozef Safarik” University of Kosice, Slovakia

Manager for Publications, Center for Good Governance Studies, Belgrade

Afraid to Shoot Strangers? Immigration, Xenophobia and Xenophobic Discourse as the Modus Operandi of the New Right Wing in Europe

Andrej MITIC (Serbia)

Teacher of Philosophy, Bora Stankovic Gymnsium, Niš

‘Conservative Palingenesis’ in Context: The ‘New Nationalism’ paradigm in Interwar Serbia

Ramazan Hakki OZTAN (Turkey)

PhD Candidate, History Department, University of Utah

Itinerant Revolutionaries: Young Turks, Nationalism, and the New Middle East, 1908-1922

Kristina NIKOLOVSKA (Macedonia)

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK & Freie Universität, Berlin

"Let it be known": Interrogating Historical Writing in Church Slavonic paratexts of Southeastern Europe (1371-1711)

Aleksandar PAVLOVIĆ (Serbia)

Lecturer, Union – Nikola Tesla University, Belgrade

Researcher, Institute of Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade

Towards the Politics of Friendship in the Western Balkans: Serbian-Albanian Relations, Kosovo Myth and National Identity

Vildan SEÇKINER (Turkey)

Ph.D. Candidate, Institute of European Ethnology, Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich

Enthusiasm for space: Affects and hierarchies in the production of Tarlabaşı

Predrag ZENOVIC (Montenegro)

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Geneva

Ph.D. Researcher, Libera Universita Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Luiss Guido Carli, Roma

Citizenship and Otherness: Theorizing Constitutional Identity of Balkan States in the EU Integration Process

Marija ZURNIĆ (Serbia)

Corruption Scandals in Serbia: Anti-corruption Discourse and Institutional Change

Bojan BILIĆ (Serbia)

Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow, Amsterdam Research Centre for Gender and Sexuality, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam

Queeroslavia: The History and Politics of (Post-)Yugoslav LGBT Activism

Nena MOČNIK (Slovenia)

Researcher, University of Ljubljana

I WILL NOT RAISE MY CHILD TO KILL YOUR CHILD: Motherhood, Collective Memory and Continuation of Culture of Violence Aftermath of War