Tiva Vlaj,

Secretary

Postgraduate School ZRC SAZU Secretariat, Novi trg 2, 1st floor, Ljubljana
01 470 64 52
Tiva.Vlaj@zrc-sazi.si
Mon-Fri, 8.00-16.00

Secretary at Postgraduate School ZRC SAZU:

  • front desk
  • student affairs office
  • international office




MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.

Visiting Scholar, Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia.



E-mail: pirjo.virtanen@helsinki.fi

Education: 

  • Associate Professor (habilitation), Indigenous Studies (University of Helsinki, 2013)
  • Ph.D., Latin American Studies (University of Helsinki, 2007)
  • M.A. (University of Turku, 2000)  

 

Fieldwork:

  • Brazil: with the Apurinã, Manchineri, and Huni Kuin since 2003.

 

Research interests:

  • Amazonian indigenous socio-philosophies;
  • Diversity of learning processes and epistemologies; 
  • Decolonizing research methods and research ethics;
  • Adolescence;
  • Ethno-history and historicity:
  • Landscape and movement.


  • Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana (2014, 2015, 2016).
  • Centre d’Enseignement et Recherche en Ethnologie Amérindienne, Université de Paris Ouest – Nanterre la Défense, Paris (2009, 2010).
  • Université de Paris Ouest – Nanterre la Défense. Centre EREA du LESC (2008). 
  • Universidade de São Paulo, Department of Anthropology, Brazil (2007). 

  • Member of Editorial Board of Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. 
  • Member of Editorial Board of El Norte – Finnish Journal of Latin American Studies. 
  • Referee for several scientific journals, e.g. American Ethnologist, Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, International Review of Education–Journal of Lifelong Learning, Amazônica–Revista de Antropologia, Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Etudes Andines, and Revue Brésil(s).
  • Director of Indigenous studies at the University of Helsinki.
  • Currently supervising 7 active Ph.D. students.
  • Member of the Sustainability Science Center–University of Helsinki design group. 
  • Received several personal and project research grants.
  • Given various invited keynote lectures in several countries.

  • In print. Visualization and Movement as Configurations of Human-nonhuman Engagements: The Geometric Earthwork landscapes of the Upper Purus, Brazil. American Anthropologist. Co-authored with Sanna Saunaluoma.
  • 2017. Creating Dialogues: Indigenous Perceptions and Forms of Leadership in Amazonia. Co-edited with Hanne Veber. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
  • 2017. ”All This Is Part of My Movement”: Amazonian Indigenous Ways of Incorporating Urban Knowledge in State Politics. In Creating Dialogues: Indigenous Perceptions and Forms of Leadership in Amazonia, P. K. Virtanen and H. Veber (eds.), 259–284. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
  • 2017. Introduction. In Creating Dialogues: Indigenous Perceptions and Forms of Leadership in Amazonia, P. K. Virtanen and H. Veber (eds.). Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 3–43. Co-authored with Hanne Veber.
  • 2017. Introduction: Enquiries into Contemporary Ritual Landscapes. Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics 11(1): 5–17. Co-authored with Eleonora Lundell and Marja-Liisa Honkasalo.
  • 2016. The Death of the Chief of Peccaries – the Apurinã and Scarcity of Forest Resources in Brazilian Amazonia. In Hunter-gatherers in a Changing World, V. Reyes-García and A. Pyhälä (eds.), 91–105. New York: Springer.
  • 2016. Relational Centers in the Amazonian Landscape of Moving. In Moving PlacesRelations, Return and Belonging, N. Gregorič Bon and J. Repič (eds.), 126–147. New York: Berghahn.
  • 2016. Book review: Stephen Beckerman and Roberto Lisarralde, The Ecology of the Bari: Rainforest Horticulturalists of South America. Social Anthropology 24(4): 520–522.
  • 2016. Epistemic Differences in Indigenous Amazonia and Decolonizing Rationality. In Multidisciplinary Latin American Studies: Festschrift in Honor of Martti Pärssinen, A. Korpisaari & H. Kettunen (eds.), pp. 53–68. Renvall Insitute Publications. University of Helsinki.
  • 2015. Umeščenost biti in védenja: oživljene rastline in amazonski staroselski načini védenja. Revija Kula 3(1): 75–88.
  • 2015. Fatal Substances: Apurinã’s Dangers, Movement, and Kinship. Indiana 32: 85–103.
  • 2015. Indigenous Social Media Practices in Southwestern Amazonia – Digital Exchanges. AlterNative. An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 11(4): 350–362.
  • 2015. Variable Models for Social Organization of Monumental Earthworks in Upper Purus, Southwestern Amazonia: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives. Co-authored with S. Saunaluoma. Tipití. Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America 13(1): 23–43.
  • 2015. “I Turn into a Pink Dolphin” – Apurinã Youth, Awiri, and Encounters with the Unseen. In Lost Histories of Youth Culture, C. J. Feldman-Barrett (ed.), 105–122. New York: Peter Lang.
  • 2014. Materializing Alliances: Ayahuasca Shamanism in and beyond Western Amazonian Indigenous Communities. In Amazonian Shamanism in the Amazon and Beyond, B. C. Labate & C. Cavnar (eds.), pp. 59–80. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2012. How to Integrate Socio-cultural Dimensions into Sustainable Development: Amazonian Case Studies. Co-authored with S. Saarinen & M. Kamppinen. International Journal of Sustainable Society 4(3): 226–239.
  • 2010. Amazonian Native Youths and Notions of Indigeneity in Urban Areas. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 17(2/3): 154–175. 
  • 2009. New Interethnic Relations and Native Perceptions of Human-to-Human Relations in Brazilian Amazonia. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 14(2): 332–354.
  • 2009. Shamanism and Indigenous Youthhood in the Brazilian Amazon. Amazônica. Revista de Antropologia 1(1): 152–177. 
  • 2011. Constancy in Continuity: Native Oral history, Iconography and the Earthworks of the Upper Purus. In Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia: Reconstructing past identities from archaeology, linguistics, and ethnohistory, A. Hornborg and J. D. Hill (eds.), pp. 279–298. Boulder: University Press of Colorado. 
  • 2011. Guarding, Feeding, and Transforming. Palm Trees in the Amazonian Past and Present. In The Archaeological Encounter. Ethnographic Perspectives, P. Fortis and I. Praet (eds.), pp. 125–173. St. Andrews: University St Andrews.
  • 2010. Shamanic practices and social capital among native youths in the Brazilian Amazon. In Religion and Youth, S. Collins-Mayo and P. Dandelion (eds.), 96–116. London: Ashgate.
  • 2010. New Social Roles of Indigenous Women in Brazilian Amazonia: Gender, Education, and Age in Intersections. In The Islands of Madness: Normativity and marginalization in Latin America, M. Opas, P. K. Virtanen and S. Vuorisalo-Tiitinen (eds.), pp. 88–107. Madrid: Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia.
  • 2012. Indigenous Youth in Brazilian Amazonia: Changing Lived Worlds. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 
  • 2013. Alkuperäiskansat tämän päivän maailmassa (Indigenous Peoples Today). Co-edited with L. Kantonen & I. Seurujärvi-Kari. Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society.
  • 2010. Islas de la locura: normatividad y marginalización en América Latina, Co-edited with M. Opas, P. K. Virtanen and S. Vuorisalo-Tiitinen. Madrid: Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.

Senior Research Fellow, Družbenomedicinski inštitut ZRC SAZU (Sociomedical Institute ZRC SAZU)

Office: ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2/I, No. 102
Tel.: +386 1 4706 442
duska@zrc-sazu.si
Tutorials: Wednesday 10 – 12 a.m.

Education:

  • B. Sc. in Analytical Sociology: former Faculty of Sociology, Political Sciences, and Journalism (now Faculty of Social Sciences), University of Ljubljana, 1990;
  • M. Sc. in Theoretical Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, 1994;
  • Ph.D. in Historical Anthropology, Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis (ISH) – The Graduate Faculty of Humanities, Ljubljana, 1998.

 

Fieldwork:

  • Pomurje (NE Slovenia, NUTS 3) – “developed farms” in the following settlements: Bolehnečici, Noršinci, Bokrači, Sodišinci, Bodonci, Černelavci and Bogojina in years, 2012 and 2013.
  • Prekmurje (part of Pomurje region) – multigenerational family farms in the following settlements: Zenkovci, Bodonci, Lemerje, Sodišinci and Bokrači in 2009; 
  • Border region between Slovenia and Croatia – border settlements (Miliči, Paunoviči, Marindol, Bojanci, Adlešiči, Grbajel) in the Lower Kolpa river valley in years: 2001, 2002 and 2003; border settlements in the Western Žumberak (Croatia): Doljani, Dragoševci, Dučići, Radatovići, Pilatovci, Ozalj in years: 2002, 2003 and 2005; border settlements in Bela krajina (Slovenia): Brezovica, Metlika in 2005;
  • Border region between Slovenia and Croatia – border settlements (Slovenian and Croatian Kuželj, Grbajel, Osilnica, Sela, Vas-Fara, Delnice, Čabar) in the Upper Kolpa river valley in years: 1993, 1996 and 1999.

 

Research interest:

  • Rurality and domestic violence;
  • Family farming (risk and uncertainty, developmental strategies, social suffering, sustainable development, gender and generations relationships on the farms, agricultural national and global politics);
  • Demographic anthropology (fertility behaviour, ageing, fertility-migration nexus, demographic models of population dynamics, demographical anthropology as alternative demography);
  • International borders (processes of collective identifications, political and nation-building discourses on borders/boundaries, local understandings of boundaries);
  • Ethnicity and nationalism.


  • 2005: nine-day summer school in the framework of international pedagogic project (The International Higher Education Support Programme of the Open Society Institute-HESP; 2003-2006); Summer School 2: post-colony and post-socialism contexts in social scientific writing and teaching. Ulcinj, Črna Gora (Montenegro), 4-13 August.
  • 2006: one-week teaching tour in the framework of international pedagogic project HESP: D. Knežević Hočevar. Fertility as constitutive topic of nationalist discourse: media representing nation’s reproduction in post-socialist Slovenia: [Univ. of Bucharest, Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication Studies, 14 April]. D. Knežević Hočevar. How nationhood is shaped through the discussion of reproduction: some dilemmas in studying the national population [Univ. ‘Ştefan cel Mare’ of Suceava, 17 April].
  • 2010: two-week guest visiting at the Univ. of Stavanger – Faculty of Arts and Education, in the framework of the Norwegian mechanism – Teaching Mobility. Lectures: D. Knežević Hočevar. Demographic engineering: talk about the fertility migration nexus [seminar entitled ‘Migration in Europe: New Dimensions, Interdisciplinary Approaches, Plural Perspectives’, Univ. of Stavanger, 26 September-13 October]. Stavanger. Viewpoints on migration, gender and family: [seminar entitled ‘Migration in Europe: New Dimensions, Interdisciplinary Approaches, Plural Perspectives’, University of Stavanger, 26 September-13 October].

  • Faculty member in the African-European Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Migration Studies (European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations – EMMIR; elective course: Situating Fertility in Population Dynamics), University of Nova Gorica;
  • founding member (1992) and former secretary (1996-1998) of the Slovenian anthropological society (Društvo antropologov Slovenije – DAS);
  • Since 1994 holds membership in the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA);
  • From 1997 to 2005 was a founding member and member of the Administrative board of the international Centro studi sulle aree di confine – Centre for Border Area Studies, BAS-SAC (1997) in Tarvisio, Italy;
  • From 2001 to 2003 was a member of the American Anthropological Association (AAA);
  • Since 2001 holds membership in the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP).

  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. »Kdor ne tvega, ni kmet!«: k antropologiji tveganja in negotovosti (“The person who does not take a risk is not a farmer!” Towards anthropology of risk and uncertainty). Glasnik Slovenskega etnološkega društva, 2015, 55 (3/4): 61‒69.
  • Anthropological notebooks. Knežević Hočevar, Duška (guest editor 2014). [Tiskana izd.]. Ljubljana: Društvo antropologov Slovenije: = Slovene Anthropological Society, 1995-.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška, Černič Istenič, Majda. In pursuit of knowledge-based Slovenia: is knowledge transfer to agriculture stuck in faculties? Anthropological notebooks, ISSN 1408-032X. [Tiskana izd.], 2014, 20 (3): 103‒120.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. Community care of older people in rural setting a case study from Slovenia. Anthropological notebooks, ISSN 1408-032X. [Tiskana izd.], 2014, 20 (1): 35‒50.
  • Černič Istenič, Majda, Knežević Hočevar, Duška. Intergenerational assistance on family farms in Slovenia: expectations and practices. Eastern European Countryside, 2013, 19: 77‒103, doi: 10.2478/eec-2013-0005.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. 2013. Etnografija medgeneracijskih odnosov: Dom in delo na kmetijah skozi življenjske pripovedi (Ethnography of Intergenerational Relationships: Home and Work on Farms through Life Stories). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. 2012. Family farms in Slovenia: who did the measures ‘setting up of yourng farmers’ and ‘early retirement’ actually address? Family farms in Slovenia: who did the measures ‘setting up of young farmers’ and ‘early retirement’ actually address? Anthropological notebooks, 18 (1): 65‒89.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. 2011. To plan cross-border cooperation through the developmental programme Slovenia-Croatia 2007-2013: an anthropologist’s objections. In: Anita Ziegerhofer-Prettenthaler, Michael Kissener, Jan Kusber, (eds.). Zwischenräume: Grenznahe Beziehungen in Europa seit den 1970er Jahren. Innsbruck; Wien; Bozen: Studien Verlag, pp. 147–159.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. Zamišljanje nacionalnega prebivalstva Slovenije v dokumentih o njegovi demografski obnovi (Imagining national population in the documents of its demographic renewal). In: Petrović, Tanja (ed.), Politike reprezentacije v Jugovzhodni Evropi na prelomu stoletij, (Kulturni spomin, ISSN 2232-3872). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, 2011, pp. 22‒59.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. 2011. Obrazi migracij v govoru o rodnosti (Faces of Migration in Discussions about Fertility). Dve domovini, 33: 7–22.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška, Černič Istenič, Majda. 2010. Dom in delo na kmetijah: raziskava odnosov med generacijami in spoloma (Home and Work on Farms: The Study of Generations and Gender Relationships). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. The Kolpa River as linguistic and/or political border line between Slovenia and Croatia. In: Promitzer, Christian, Klaus-Jürgen Hermanik, Eduard G. Staudinger (eds.). (Hidden) minorities: language and ethnic identity between Central Europe and the Balkans, (Studies on South East Europe, vol. 5). Wien; Berlin: Lit, cop. 2009, pp. 217–236.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. Antropološka demografija: spodletela združitev antropologije in demografije? (Anthropological Demography: A Failed Merger of Anthropology and Demography?). Glasnik Slovenskega etnološkega društva, 2008, 48 (1/2): 5–12.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. 2007. A diploma and children; having both: a case study. Anthropological notebooks, 13 (2): 73–94.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. Ideologies of ‘Fortress Europe’ in two Slovenian-Croatian borderlands: case studies from Žumberak and Bela krajina. In: Armstrong, Warwick, James Anderson (eds.). Geopolitics of European Union enlargement: the fortress empire, (Transnationalism, Routledge research in transnationalism, 20). London; New York: Routledge, cop. 2007, pp. [206] –222.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. Ali se Žumberčani večinoma poročajo med seboj?: primer župnije v Radatovićih (Have been people from the Žumberak region in Croatia mostly intermarrying among themselves? The case of the Žumberak parish in Radatovići). Dve domovini, 2007, 25: 109–134.
  • Knežević Hočevar, Duška. ‘We were as one’: local and national narratives of a border regime between Slovenia and Croatia. In: Anderson, James, Liam O’Dowd, Thomas M. Wilson (eds.). Culture and cooperation in Europe’s borderlands, (European studies, ISSN 1568-1858, 19). Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2003, pp. 171–194.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.

Research Fellow, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Office: Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Novi trg 4/IV, No. 408
Tel.: 01 4706 222
Email: carmen@zrc-sazu.si
Office hours: Wednesday from 12.00 noon to 2.00 p.m.

Education: 

  • BA in Slovenian language and literature (University of Ljubljana, 1988),
  • Ph.D. in Slovenian linguistics (University of Ljubljana, 2003).

 

Dialectological fieldwork:

  • north-east Poland (Polish dialects at the (present-day) border with Lithuania and Ukraine – dialectolological research camp, July 1985);
  • Cerkno and its surroundings (the Cerkno dialect, 1986–1994);
  • Podbrdo and its surroundings (the Bača subdialect – Alpine Youth Research Camp, August 1995);
  • Kanalska dolina (Val Canale) (the Zilja dialect, Slovenian in a linguistically mixed environment – Research Camps of the Slovenian Cultural Centre Planika, since 2003);
  • gathering dialect material for the Slovenian Linguistic Atlas (SLA): Marija na Zilji / Maria Gail (AT), Pernice, Ravnice (HR) (the Zilja dialect, the North Pohorje-Remšnik dialect, the Kostel dialect, since 2006).

 

Research interests:

  • dialectology, social dialectology and sociolinguistics: theoretical and methodological problems;
  • linguistic geography of the Slovenian and Slavic languages;
  • methodology of spoken language research;
  • transcribing spoken language;
  • languages in contact, language/dialect loss;
  • (dialect) lexicography: dictionary as a structured database intended for linguistic, ethnological, sociological and anthropological research;
  • phonetics and phonology;
  • history of (Slovenian) linguistics;
  • linguistic thought of Jan Baudouin de Courtenay.


  • visiting researcher within the Slavic Linguistic Atlas project, Ľ. Štúr Institute of Linguistics of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava (January, November 2011).

  • member of the Slavic Linguistic Atlas Commission (OLA) at the International Committee of Slavists  (since 1997), head of the Slovenian National Commission OLA (since 2008);
  • member of the editorial board of the journal Jezikoslovni zapiski and the journal Rozprawy Komisji Językowej Łódzkiego Towarzystwa Naukowego (Łódź, Poland);
  • lecturer in sociolinguistics at the School of Humanities at the University of Nova Gorica (since 2007).

  • Bitenc, M. and K. Kenda-Jež, 2015. Language variation in Slovene: a case study of two geographically mobile speakers. In: Eivind Torgersen et al. (eds.), Language variation – European perspectives In: Selected papers from the Seventh International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 7), Trondheim, June 2013, Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 31–42.
  • Kenda-Jež, K. 2012. Slovenska narečja v Slovanskem lingvističnem atlasu (OLA). Slavistica vilnensis, Kalbotyra 57, Issue 2, pp. 57–75.
  • Kenda-Jež, K. 2007, 22015. Shranli smo jih v bančah: slovarski prispevek k poznavanju oblačilne kulture v Kanalski dolini = contributo lessicale alla conoscenza dell’abbigliamento in Val Canale. Ukve: S.K.S. Planika Kanalska dolina; Slori: ATS Od me-je; Ljubljana: Inštitut za slovenski jezik Frana Ramovša ZRC SAZU.
  • Kenda-Jež, K. Strukturalizem v slovenski dialektologiji = Structuralism in Slovenian dialectology. In: Ada Vidovič-Muha (ed.), Slovensko jezikoslovje danes = Slovenian linguistics today, Slavistična revija 54, Special Issue), pp. 115–124.
  • Kenda-Jež, K. 2005. Fonološki opis govora Ovčje vasi. In: Nataša Gliha Komac et al. (eds.), Ovčja vas in njena slovenska govorica: raziskovalni tabor Kanalska dolina 2003 = Valbruna e la sua parlata slovena: stage di ricerca Val Canale 2003. Ukve: Slovensko kulturno središče Planika, Kanalska dolina; Ljubljana: Inštitut za slovenski jezik Frana Ramovša ZRC SAZU; Založba ZRC, 2005, pp. 85–128.
  • Kenda-Jež, K. 2005. Narečna besedila iz Ovčje vasi. In: Nataša Gliha Komac et al. (eds.), Ovčja vas in njena slovenska govorica: raziskovalni tabor Kanalska dolina 2003 = Valbruna e la sua parlata slovena: stage di ricerca Val Canale 2003. Ukve: Slovensko kulturno središče Planika, Kanalska dolina; Ljubljana: Inštitut za slovenski jezik Frana Ramovša ZRC SAZU; Založba ZRC, 2005, pp. 129–190.
  • Kenda-Jež, K. 2004. Narečje kot jezikovnozvrstna kategorija v sodobnem jezikoslovju. In: Erika Kržišnik (ed.), Aktualizacija jezikovnozvrstne teorije na Slovenskem: členitev jezikovne resničnosti, Obdobja 22, Metode in zvrsti. Ljubljana: Center za slovenščino kot drugi/tuji jezik pri Oddelku za slovenistiko Filozofske fakultete, 2004, pp. 263–276. 
  • Kenda-Jež, K. 2002. Model idealnega govorca v slovenskih dialektoloških raziskavah. In: Marko Jesenšek et al. (eds.). Med dialektologijo in zgodovino slovenskega jezika: ob življenjskem in strokovnem jubileju prof. dr. Martine Orožen, Maribor: Slavistično društvo, 2002, pp. 150–165.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Cultural and Memory Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Office: ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2/I
Tel.: 01 4706 492
Email: ahofman@zrc-sazu.si
Office hours: Monday 10 – 13

Education: 

B.Sc.  Ethnomusicology (Faculty of Music, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, 1999)

M.Sc. Ethnomusicology (Faculty of Music, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, 2004)

M.A. Gender studies (Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia, 2005)

Ph.D. Culture Studies and Ethnomusicology (University of Nova Gorica, 2007)

 

Fieldwork:

  • Southeastern Serbia (1998 – 1999), (2004 – 2007);
  • Serbia, Vojvodina (Bačka and Srem) (2000 – 2004);
  • Slovenia (Tuhinjska dolina, 2006; Prekmurje, 2010 – 2012);
  • Bulgaria, Sofia (May 2010);
  • Occasional fieldworks in Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia (2008 –);
  • Austria, Vienna (December 2013 – February 2014);
  • Brazilia, Rio de Janerio (November 2015 – February 2016).

 

Research interests:

  • Applied anthropology and ethnomusicology;
  • Self-organization and activism in neoliberalism;
  • Academic labour practices in neoliberalism;
  • Affect theory;
  • Sensorial ethnographic methods with particular focus on soundscapes;
  • Gender politics in the Balkans;
  • Music and politics in socialist and postsocialist Southeastern Europe.


  • Research Student – Fellow of Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, University of Chicago (2005);
  • Research Student – Visiting Fellow of the Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center for Balkan studies, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (summer 2006);
  • Postdoctoral Researcher – Robert Bosch Regional fellow, New Europe College, Bucharest, Max Plank Institute for Social Anthropology (summer semester 2008);
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow of the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education  (OeAD-GmbH), Centre of Southeastern European Studies, University of Graz (November 2013 – March 2014);
  • Research Scholar – Fellow of the Research Agency of State of Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ), The School of Music, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (November 2015 – February 2016).
  • Postdoctoral Fulbright Scholar at the Graduate School, City University New York (February – July 2018).

  • Editor-in-Chief International journal of Euro-Mediterranean studies. Porotorož: Center EMUNI, University Centre for Euro-Mediterranean Studies (2009-2010);
  • Guest editor of the Journal Southeastern Europe 39 (2015);
  • Editorial board member, Artefact, Journal of the Faculty of arts, University of Niš, Serbia;
  • Board Member of the European Seminar in Ethnomusicology; 
  • Leader of the national team of EP7 project Gendering Academy and Research: Combating Career Instability and Asymmetries  (2014-2017);
  • Leader of the national team of the trilateral project of Swiss national foundation City Sonic Ecology: Urban Soundscapes of Bern, Ljubljana and Belgrade (2014-2017);   
  • Organizer of 28th European Seminar in Ethnomusicology “Music and cultural memory in post – 1989 Europe,” Ljubljana, 12-18 September 2012;
  • Manuscript reviewer for Oxford University Press.

  • Hofman, A. (ed.) 2017. Science of (without) the Young: Early Stages of Scientific Career in Slovenia through the Gender Perspective [in Slovenian]. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC.
  • Hofman, A. 2016. New Lives of Partisan Songs (In Serbian: Novi život partizanskih pesama, Belgrade: Biblioteka XX.
  • Hofman, A. 2016. Music, Politics, Affect: New Lives of Partisan Songs in Slovenia  [in Slovenian], Kulturni spomin knj. 3, Ljubljana: ZRC SAZU.
  • Hofman, A. and P. Sitar. 2016. “‘Buy me a silk skirt Mileʼ: celebrity culture, gender and social positioning in socialist Yugoslavia.” In: Social inequalities and discontent in Yugoslav socialism, (Southeast European studies). Rory Archer, Igor Duda, Paul Stubbs (eds), London: Routledge, 155-172.
  • Hofman, A. 2015. Guest editor of the thematic issue “Music, affect and memory politics in post-Yugoslav space,” Southeastern Europe 39 (2).
  • Hofman, A. 2015. “MUSIC (as) LABOUR: Professional musicianship, affective labour and gender in socialist Yugoslavia.” Ethnomusicology Forum 24 (1): 28-50.
  • Hofman, A. and J. 2015. “The affective turn in ethnomusicology.” Muzikologija 18: 35-55.
  • Hofman, A. and J. Mihajlović Trbovc. 2015. Toolkit for integrating gender-sensitive approach into research and teaching, (GARCIA working papers, 6). Trento: University. http://garciaproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/GARCIA_report_wp6D.pdf. 
  • Hofman, A. 2013. “Who is afraid of Schund? Music censorship in Yugoslavia.” In: Socialism on bench: Yugoslav society through the lenses of new post-Yugoslav humanities [in Croatian], Lada Duraković, Andrea Matošević (eds.), Pula, Zagreb: Srednja Evropa, 280-316.
  • Hofman, A. 2013. “Experiencing socialism: female singers in Southeastern Serbia.” In: Negotiating normality: Everyday lives in socialist institutions, Daniela Koleva (ed.), New Brunswick and London: Transaction Publishers, 103-120.
  • Hofman, A. 2012. “Lepa Brena: (Re)politization of musical memories on Yugoslavia,” Glasnik Etnografskog instituta 60 (1): 21-32.
  • Hofman, A.  2011. Staging Socialist Femininity: Gender Politics and Folklore Performance in Serbia (Balkan Studies Library, 1). Leiden, Boston: Brill.
  • Hofman, A. 2011. “Questioning socialist folklorization: Beltinci folklore festival in the Slovenian borderland of Prekmurje. In: Audiovisual media and identity issues in Southeastern Europe, Eckehard Pistrick, Nicola Scaldaferri and Gretel Schwörer (eds.), Newcastle: Cambridge Scholar Publishing, 238-257.
  • Hofman, A. 2010. “Maintaining the distance, othering the Subaltern: rethinking ethnomusicologists’ engagement in advocacy and social justice. In: Applied ethnomusicology: Historical and contemporary approaches, Klisala R. Harrison, Elizabeth Mackinlay and Svanibor Pettan (eds.), Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 22-35. 
  • Hofman, A. 2010. “Socialist stage: politics of place in musical performance.” New sound 36 (2): 120-134. 
  • Hofman, A. 2009. “‘When we were walking down the road and singing’: rural women’s memories of ‘socialism in Serbia.” In: Gender politics and everyday life in state socialist Eastern and Central Europe. 1st ed., Shana Penn and Jill Massino (eds.), New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 185-197.
  • Hofman, A., N. Ceribašić and Lj. Vidić Rasmussen.  2008. “Post-Yugoslavian ethnomusicologies in sialogue.” Yearbook for traditional music 40: 33-45. 

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.

Research Adviser, Institute of Culture and Memory Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Office: ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2/II, No. 303
Tel.: 01 4706 415
tanja.petrovic@zrc-sazu.si
Office hours: Wednesday 10 – 12

Education: 

B.Sc. Linguistics (University of Belgrade, 1998)

M.Sc. Linguistics (University of Belgrade, 2002)

Ph.D. Sociolinguistics (Ljubljana Postgraduate School of Humanities Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis, 2005)

 

Research interests:

  • Anthropology of Post-Yugoslav Societies;
  • Anthropology of Humour and Laughter;
  • Anthropology of Labour;
  • Memory, legacies, heritage;   
  • Discourses and language ideologies;
  • Photography and visual culture.


  • CEEPUS scholarship, Department of Southeastern European History, University of Graz, Austria (2000);
  • Visiting researcher, Polish Academy of Sciences and Arts, Warsaw (2003);
  • Fellow, Centre for Advanced Studies Sofia (2005–2006);
  • Fellowship of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Vienna (2006)
  • Fellowship of the French Embassy in Slovenia, L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris (2008);
  • Visiting Researcher, Osaka University, Centre for World Languages, Osaka, Japan (2008);
  • Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, Germany (2010–2011);
  • Visiting fellow, The Institute for East and Southeast Europe, University of Regensburg, Germany (2013);
  • Fellow, The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, Wassenaar (2013–2014).

  • Head of the Institute of Culture and Memory Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts;
  • Member of the Advisory Board of the International Association for Southeast European Antropology (InASEA);
  • Editor in chief of the book series Cultural Memory, ZRC SAZU Publishing house

  • Petrović, T. 2015. Srbija i njen jug: “Junjažki dijalekti” između jezika, kulture i politike. Belgrade: Fabrika knjiga.
  • Petrović, T. 2015. Serbia in the Mirror: Parodying Political and Media Discourses. Slavic Review 74(2), 288-310.
  • Petrović, T. 2015. Portraits of Yugoslav Army soldiers: between partisan and pop-culture imagery. In M. Jakiša, N. Gilić (eds.), Partisans in Yugoslavia: Literature, film and visual culture. Bielefeld: Transcript, 137–156.
  • Petrović, T. (ed.). 2014. Mirroring Europe: Ideas of Europe and Europeanization in Balkan Societies. Leiden – Boston: Brill.
  • Petrović, T. 2014. Multicultural dynamics and heritage (re)appropriation in Bela krajina: negotiating the heritage of the Serbian Orthodox community. Dve domovini 39, 89-102.
  • Petrović, T. 2013. Museums and workers: negotiating industrial heritage in the former Yugoslavia. Narodna umjetnost, 50(1), 96-119.
  • Petrović, T. 2013. Jugoslovenski socializam u muzeju: socijalističko nasleđe kao kulturna baština. In M. Kolanović (ed.), Komparativni postsocijalizam: slavenska iskustva. Zagreb: Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta, Zagrebačka slavistička škola, 31-46.
  • Petrović, T. 2013. The past that binds us: Yugonostalgia as the politics of future. In: S. Pavlović, M. Živković (eds.), Transcending fratricide: political mythologies, reconciliations, and the uncertain future in the former Yugoslavia. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 129–147.
  • Petrović, T. 2012. Yuropa: Jugoslovensko nasleđe i politike budućnosti u postjugoslovenskim društvima. Beograd: Fabrika knjiga (German translation: Yuropa: das jugoslawische Vermächtnis und Zukunftsstrategien in postjugoslawischen Gesellschaften. Berlin: Verbrecher Verlag, 2015).
  • Petrović, T. 2012. Contested normality: negotiating masculinity in narratives of Service in the Yugoslav People’s Army. In: D. Koleva (ur.), Negotiating normality: everyday lives in socialist institutions. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 83-102.
  • Petrović, T. 2011. The political dimension of post-social memory practices : self-organized choirs in the former Yugoslavia. Defragmenting Yugoslavia, (Südosteuropa, Jg. 59, H. 3). Regensburg: Südost-Institut, 315-329.
  • Petrović, T. (ed.). 2011. Politike reprezentacije v Jugovzhodni Evropi na prelomu stoletij Ljubljana: Založba ZRC.
  • Petrović, T. 2010. “When we were Europe”: Socialist workers in Serbia and their nostalgic narratives. In: M. Todorova (ed.), Remembering Communism: genres of representation. New York: Social Science Research Council, 127–153.
  • Petrović, T. 2010. Officers without an army: Memories of socialism and everyday strategies in post-socialist Slovenia. In: B. Luthar, M. Pušnik (eds.), Remembering utopia: The culture of everyday life in socialist Yugoslavia. Washington: New Academia, 93–118.
  • Petrović, T. 2010. Nostalgia for the JNA?: Remembering the army in the former Yugoslavia. In: M. Todorova, Z. Gille (eds.). Post-communist nostalgia. New York; Oxford: Berghahn Books, 61–81.
  • Petrović, T. 2009. The idea of Europe or Europe without ideas?: Discourses on the “Western Balkans” as a mirror of modern European identity. In: H. Fassmann (ed.), Kulturen der Differenz: Transformationsprozesse in Zentraleuropa nach 1989: Transdisziplinäre Perspektiven. [Göttingen]: V&R Unipress, 137–147.
  • Petrović, T. 2009. Dolga pot domov: Reprezentacije Zahodnega Balkana v političnem in medijskem diskurzu. Ljubljana: Mirovni inštitut.
  • Petrović, T. 2008. Serbs, Albanians, and those in between : the gradation of otherness and identity management in the nation-building process. Dve domovini / Two homelands (27), 67–81.
  • Petrović, T. 2007. The territory of the former Yugoslavia in “the mental maps” of former Yugoslavs : nostalgia for space. Spr. Narodowościowe 2007, z. 31, 263–273.
  • Petrović, T. 2006. Such were the times: Serbian peasant women born in the 1920s and 1930s and the stories of their lives. Balcanica 37, 47–59.
  • Petrović, T. 2006. Ne tu, ne tam : Srbi v Beli krajini in njihova jezikovna ideologija v procesu zamenjave jezika. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC (Serbian translation: Srbi u Beloj Krajni: jezička ideologija i proces zamene jezika. Belgrade: The Institute for Balkan Studies, 2009).
  • Petrović, T. 2006. Zdravica kod balkanskih Slovena: etnolingvistički pogled. Beograd: Balkanološki institut SANU.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.

Research Fellow, Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Office: ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2/II, No. 303
Tel.: 01 4706 537
Email: majapetrovicsteger@gmail.com
Office hours: Tuesdays 10 – 12

Education: 

B.A. Cultural Studies (University of Ljubljana, 1999)

M.Phil. Social Anthropology (University of Cambridge, 2001)

Ph.D. Social Anthropology (University of Cambridge, 2006)

 

Fieldwork:

  • Slovenia (1998; 2001)
  • Tasmania, Australia (2003-2004; 2006; 2009)
  • Switzerland (9 field visits between 2007 – 2010)
  • Serbia (2002 -2004; 2005; 2007; 2008; 2010; 2012-2015; 2016)

 

Research interests:

  • Anthropology of death and dying;
  • Anthropology of consciousness;
  • Anthropology of the self;
  • Anthropology of body;
  • Medical anthropology;
  • Anthropology of the postconflict;
  • History of anthropological thought and theoretical approaches;
  • Neuroanthropology;
  • Bioart;
  • Mental health;
  • Water, River, Paths;
  • The meaning and the value of human remains in translocal and technoscientifically oriented societies;
  • Serbia, Tasmania, Switzerland;


  • JRF Fellow, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge, UK (2006–2010);
  • Director of Studies in Archaeology and Anthropology at Peterhouse, University of Cambridge, UK  (2008–2010);
  • Independent Scholar and a Research Associate, at the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK (2011-2013);
  • Research Fellow, Independent Social Research Foundation, London (2014);
  • Research Fellow and Associate Professor at the Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Art, Ljubljana (2014 – Present);
  • Visiting Professor of Anthropology, Centre for Tibetan and Anthropological studies, Chengdu University, China (March through May 2015);
  • Research Fellow, Morphomata, Univesity of Köln, Centre for the Advanced Studies and Humanities (September 2015 through February 2016).

Teaching Experience:

  • I have taught and lectured both undergraduate and graduate students on various subjects (e.g. Anthropology of Death; Symbolic Anthropology; Anthropology of Law; Anthropology of Noneuropean societies; Medical anthropology; etc.) at the University of Ljubljana, University of Cambridge, University of Maribor, Chengdu University (China).
  • I have organised, delivered, chaired and acted as discussant for a number of conference papers, including invited papers at the Universities of Hobart (Tasmania), Turku (Finland), Edinburgh (UK), Yale (USA), Osaka (Japan), København (Denmark), Manchester (UK), Oslo (Norway), Bilbao (Spain) and elsewhere. 
  • I have advised more than fifteen students and colleagues (in Social Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Social and Political Studies, International Relations, etc.) on their research theses and applications in the areas of Central and SouthEastern Europe and Australia. 

 

Selected Awards/Individual Research Grants:

  • Chevening Cambridge Scholarship, University of Cambridge for the work on “The use of new reproductive technologies in Slovenia” (2001);
  • Ad Futura, Scientific educational foundation of the RS scholarship for academic excellence (2002-2004) and Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Individual Grant for the comparative work on bioscientifically mediated ways of recovering bodies lost in the Yugoslav wars of 1990s with ancestral practices of repatriating the remains of aboriginal Tasmanians;
  • Peterhouse Research Fund Grant for the work on the British legal frameworks constituting the arena of accountability in relation to the body and body parts (2007-2010);   
  • Independent Social Research Foundation Grant for the project “Coming to Terms: Mental Hygiene in Contemporary Serbia” (2013/2014);
  • The Morphomata Research Fellowship, University of Köln (2015);
  • ARRS (J6-7480) for the project “Seizing the Future: A Comparative Anthropological Study of Expectations of the Future in Southeast Europe” (2016 through 2019).

  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2016. Understanding Self-care: Passing and Healing in Contemporary Serbia’. In Materiality of Death and Time. Eds. A. E. Rassmusen, T. F. Sørensen and P. Bjerregaard, pp. 113–129. London: Routledge.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2013. Claiming the Aboriginal Body in Tasmania. An Anthropological Study of Repatriation and Redress. Ljubljana: ZRC.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2013. ‘Marilyn Strathern’. In SAGE Encyclopeadia, Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Eds. R. Jon McGee in Richard L. Warms, pp. 816–819. 

Los Angeles: Sage Reference.

  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2013. ‘Parasecurity and Paratime in Serbia: Neocortical Defence and National Consciousness’. In Times of Security: Ethnographies of Fear, Protest and the Future. Eds. Pedersen Morten Axel and Martin Holbraad, pp. 141–162. London, Routledge.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2012. ‘Mobile Sepulchre and Interactive Formats of Memorialisation: On Funeral and Mourning Practices in Digital Art’. Journeys, 13(2): 71–89. 
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. and J. Edwards (eds). 2011. Recasting Anthropological Knowledge: Inspiration and Social Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2011. ‘Spools, loops and traces: on etoy encapsulation and three portraits of Marilyn Strathern’. In Recasting Anthropological Knowledge: Inspiration   and Social Science. Eds. Edwards Jeanette and Maja Petrović-Šteger, pp. 145–164. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2009. ‘Anatomising Conflict – Accommodating Human Remains’. In Social Bodies. Eds. Maryon McDonald and Lambert Helen, 47-76. London: Berghahn.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2008. ‘Anatomizacija konflikta i telesnih ostataka kao strategija izmirenja?’. Reč, 76(22): 119153.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2008. Afterword: ‘O odnosnostih v antropološki vednosti’, In Pisanje  Antropologije, [Slovenian edition of ‘Partial Connections’ by M. Strathern], pp. 245–271. Ljubljana: Koda, Študentska založba.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2005. Afterword: ‘Srebreniška morišča in metini travniki: Vloga znanja in dokazov v rekonstrukciji preteklosti’, V Srebrenica: dokumenti-pričevanja-haaški proces, pp. 321–333. Ljubljana: Koda.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2005. ‘Producing Bodies – Reproducing Persons: Thinking Human Remains in Postconflict Serbia’. Cambridge Anthropology 2005/2006, XXV(3): 61–71.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2003. ‘The Practices of Justice and Understandings of Truth: Truth and Reconciliation Commissions’. Eurozine.  http://www.eurozine.com/article/2003-12-02-petrovic-en.html
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2003. New Reproductive Technologies and the Ideology of the Body in Slovenia’. Časopis za Kritiko Znanosti, Ljubljana, XXXI(211): 272–297.
  • Petrović-Šteger, M. 2002. ‘The Body between Life and Death’ [Telo med življenjem in smrtjo]. Poligrafi, 7(27/28): 157–180. 

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.

Research Fellow, Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Office: ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2/II, No. 303
Tel.: 01 4706 535
email: ngregoric@zrc-sazu.si
Office hours: Wednesday 13 – 15

Education: 

B.A. Cultural Studies (University of Ljubljana, 2002)

M.A. Social Anthropology (Ljubljana Graduate School of the Humanities, 2004)

Ph.D. Anthropology (University of Nova Gorica, 2008)

 

Fieldwork:

  • Papua New Guinea, Itokama, Oro, Northern Province, 3 months (1998);
  • Papua New Guinea, Bwaidoga village, Goodenough Island, 3 months (2002);
  • Albania, central and southern Albania, 1 month (2004);
  • Albania, Dhermi/Drimades and Palasa village, Himara area, 12 months (2004-2005), 1 month (2008);
  • Albania, Himara area, Vlora, Tirana, 1 month (2009), 1 month (2010), 1 month (2011), 1 month (2012), 1,5 months (2015);
  • Albania, Tirana, Vlora, Vjosa riverbed villages, 2 months (2016), 1 month (2017).

 

Research interests:

  • Spatial anthropology;
  • Border dynamics;
  • Europeanisation;
  • Migrations; 
  • Movements/nonmovements, mobility/immobility;
  • Anthropology of future; 
  • Anthropology of infrastructure;
  • Land and water routes;
  • Water and waterscapes. 


  • Departmental Visitor, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University in Canberra (2002); 
  • Affiliated Researcher at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London (2009);
  • Guest lecturer at the seminar Migration in Europe: New Dimensions, Interdisciplinary Approaches, Plural Perspectives and visiting scholar at the University of Stavanger (2010);
  • Research Fellow, Centre of South East European Studies, University of Graz (2014). 

  • Book Review Editor, Anthropological Notebooks, the journal of Slovenian Anthropological Society;
  • Co-editor of the book series Place, Space, Time, ZRC Publishing House. 

Gregorič Bon, N. 2017. Movement matters: The case of southern Albania. In: de Rapper, G. (ed.). Albanie: Renaissance d´unediscipline, EthnologieFrançaise, 47 (2): 301-308.

–––––. 2017. Silenced border crossing and gendered material flows in southern Albania. In: Donnan, H., Hurd, M., Leutloff-Grandits, C. (eds.). Migrating borders and moving times: temporality and the crossing of borders in Europe, (Rethinking borders). Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 140-156.

Gregorič Bon N. and J. Repič (eds.) 2016. Moving Places. Relations, Return and Belonging. Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books. 

Gregorič Bon, N. 2016. Rooting routes. (Non-)movements in southern Albania. In: Gregorič Bon, N. and J. Repič (eds.), Moving Places. Relations, Return and Belonging. Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books.

Gregorič Bon, N., J. Repič and A. Janko Spreizer. 2013. (Non)movement and Place Making (Space, Place Time Series) (in Slovenian). Ljubljana: ZRC Publishing House.

Gregorič Bon, N. 2014. Secular journeys, sacred places: pilgrimage and home-making in the Himarë/Himara of Southern Albania area. In: Eade, Jo and Mario Katić (eds.). Pilgrimage, Politics and Place-Making in Eastern Europe: Crossing the Borders. Surrey: Ashgate, pp. 135–149. 

–––––. 2010. Migrant routes and local roots: negotiating property in Dhërmi/Drimades of Southern Albania. In: Bönisch-Brednich, B. and C. Trundle (eds.). Local lives: Migration and the politics of place, (Studies in migration and diaspora). Surrey: Ashgate, pp. 17–30.

–––––. 2008a. Places of Discordance. Ethnography of Space and Place in the village Dhërmi/Drimades, Southern Albania (in Slovenian). Ljubljana: ZRC Publishing House.

–––––. 2008b. Storytelling as a spatial practice in Dhërmi/Drimades of southern Albania. Anthropological Notebooks 14(2): 7–29.

–––––. 2008c. “Where are we? Europe or Albania”: regionalism as seen by the local people of Dhërmi/Drimades in southern Albania. Dve domovini/Two Homelands 27: 83–106.

–––––. 2008d. Negotiating Rubbish in Dhermi/Drimades of Southern Albania. Tourism, Culture and Communication 8(2): 123–134.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.

Coordinator of Anthropology Module. Research Adviser, Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Office: ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2/II, No. 301
Tel.: 01 4706 492
borut@zrc-sazu.si
Office hours: Wednesday 10 – 12

Education: 

B.Sc. Pharmacy (University of Ljubljana, 1983)

M.Sc. Biology (University of Zagreb, 1989)

Ph.D. Social Anthropology (The Australian National University, 1994)

 

Fieldwork:

  • Papua New Guinea, Hagahai and Melpa people, 18 months (1986–1987);
  • Vanuatu, Epi Island, 3 weeks (1990);
  • Papua New Guinea, Ambonwari village, East Sepik Province, 18 months (1990-1992), 2 months (1997), 2 months (2001);
  • Russia, north-eastern Siberia, Yakutia, 1 month (2003);
  • Papua New Guinea, Ambonwari village, East Sepik Province: 1 month (2005), 2 months (2007–2008), 1.5 months (2008), 10 months (2010–2011), 3 months (2017). 

 

Research interests:

  • Melanesian life worlds;
  • Cosmologies and religions;
  • Social organization and kinship;
  • Cultural construction of space and time;
  • Ritual and other practices surrounding birth, growth and death;
  • Language, poetics and society;
  • Relationship between visual and auditory perception and expression;
  • Decolonization of practices and thoughts in small-scale non-European societies;
  • Comparative ethnographic studies (Melanesia, Amazonia, Aboriginal Australia);
  • History of anthropological thought and theoretical approaches;
  • Phenomenology, existentialism, American pragmatism.


  • Research Student, Biology Department, University of Papua New Guinea (1986–1987);
  • Leach/RAI Fellow, University of Manchester (1995–1996);
  • Visiting Professor, Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna (2003);
  • Fulbright Scholar, University of California, San Diego (2006–2007);
  • Research Scholar, The Cairns Institute, School of Arts and Social Sciences, James Cook University (2010–2011, 2012);
  • Visiting Professor, École de Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), CREDO, Université Aix Marseille (2014);
  • The Royal Society of Edinburgh Visiting Research Fellow, University of St. Andrews (2014–2015). 
  • Visiting Fellow, College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University (many times, the last affiliation 2016-17);
  • Visiting Professor, École de Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) and Université Aix Marseille, CREDO (2017).

  • Editor-in-chief, Anthropological Notebooks, the journal of Slovenian Anthropological Society;
  • Member of the Board of the European Society for Oceanists;
  • Member of Editorial Board of a book series Thought, Society, Culture: Slovenian and South Eastern European Perspectives. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang;
  • Member of Editorial Board of a book series Studies of the European Society for Oceanists. Oxford: Berghahn Books;
  • Member of Advisory Board: Ethnos, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society, Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien. 

  • Telban, B. 2017. Commands as a form of intimacy among the Karawari of Papua New Guinea. In: Aleksandra Y. Aikhenvald and Robert M. W. Dixon (eds.). Commands: A Cross-linguistic Typology (Explorations in linguistic typology). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 266-282.
  • Telban, B. 2017. Seeing and holding time: Karawari perceptions of temporalities, calendars and clocks. Time and Society 26(2):182-202.
  • Telban, B. 2017. The intoxicating intimacy of drum strokes, sung verses and dancing steps in the all-night ceremonies of Ambonwari (Papua New Guinea). In: Chrysagis, Evangelos and Panagiotis Karampampas (eds.), Collaborative Intimacies in Music and Dance: Anthropologies in/of Sound and Movement. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 234-257.
  • Telban, B. 2016. Places and Times in a New Guinean Landscape (in Slovenian). Ljubljana: ZRC.
  • Telban, B. and D. Vávrová. 2014. Ringing the living and the dead: Mobile phones in a Sepik society. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 25(2): 223–238.
  • Telban, B. 2014. Saying, seeing and knowing among the Karawari of Papua New Guinea. In: Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald and R. M. W. Dixon (eds.), The Grammar of Knowledge: A Cross-linguistic Typology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 260–277.
  • Telban, B. 2014. The poetics of the flute: Fading imagery in a Sepik society. Folklore 125(1): 92–112.
  • Telban, B. 2013. The power of place: Spatio-temporality of a Melanesian religious movement. Anthropological Notebooks 19(3): 81–100.
  • Telban, B. and D. Vávrová. 2010. Places and spirits in a Sepik society. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 11(1): 17–33.
  • Telban, B. 2009. A struggle with spirits: hierarchy, rituals and charismatic movement in a Sepik community. In: Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern (eds.). Religious and Ritual Change: Cosmologies and Histories (Ritual Studies Monograph Series). Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 133–158 (translated and published in 2010 in Chinese, Taipei, Taiwan: Linking Publishing, pp.187–220).
  • Telban, B. 2008. The poetics of the crocodile: changing cultural perspectives in Ambonwari. Oceania 78(2): 217-235 (Special Commendation for 2009 AAS Best Essay Prize, Awarded at The Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference 2009, Macquarie University, Sydney, 9 – 11/12/2009).
  • Telban, B. 2004. Fear, shame and the power of the gaze in Ambonwari, Papua New Guinea. Anthropological Notebooks 10(1): 5–5.
  • Roscoe, P. and B. Telban. 2004. The people of the lower Arafundi: tropical foragers of the New Guinea rainforest. Ethnology XLIII (2): 93–115.
  • Telban, B. 2001. Temporality of post-mortem divination and divination of post-mortem temporality. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 12(1): 67–79.
  • Telban, B. 2000. Andaypa: Essays on Death in a New Guinea Community (in Slovenian). Maribor: Obzorja.
  • Telban, B. 1998. Body, being and identity in Ambonwari, Papua New Guinea. In: V. Keck (ed.) Common worlds and single lives: constituting knowledge in Pacific societies. Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 55–70.
  • Telban, B. 1998. Dancing through Time: A Sepik Cosmology. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Gold Award for excellence in research for the year 1999, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts).
  • Telban, B. 1997. Being and ‘non-being’ in Ambonwari (Papua New Guinea) ritual. Oceania 67(4): 308–325.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.

Research Adviser, Institute of Anthropological and Spatial Studies, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Office: ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2/V, No. 500
Tel.: 01 4706 497
sprajc@zrc-sazu.si
Office hours: Wednesday 10 – 12

Education: 

B.Sc. Archaeology and Ethnology (University of Ljubljana, 1982)

M.A. History and Ethnohistory (National School of Anthropology and History, Mexico, 1989)

Ph.D. Anthropology (National Autonomous University of Mexico, 1997)

 

Fieldwork:

  • Archaeological excavations at Nahualac, Mexico, 1 month (1986);
  • Ethnology of San Pedro Chenalhó, Chiapas, Mexico, 2 months (1986);
  • Conceptual Relationship of the Planet Venus to Rain and Maize in Mesoamerica, 2 months (1989);
  • Delimitation of archaeological sites, Mexico, 3 months (1992), 2 months (1993), 2 months (1994);
  • Archaeological Reconnaissance in Southeastern Campeche, Mexico, 3 months (1996), 3 months (1998), 2 months (2001), 3 months (2002), 3 months (2004), 2.5 months (2005), 3 months (2007), 2.5 months (2013), 2.5 months (2014);
  • Measurement of orientations in prehispanic Mesoamerican architecture, 1 month (1989), 1 month (1991), 2 months (2010), 2 months (2011), 2 months (2012), 2 months (2013), 1 month (2015).

 

Research interests:

  • Mesoamerican archaeology;
  • Archaeoastronomy, cosmology, religion;
  • Astronomy and architecture, orientations
  • Archaeological surveys;


  • Visiting Professor, University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain (2006);

Other

  • Vice President, European Society for Astronomy in Culture (SEAC);
  • Member of Editorial Board the book series Studia Humanitatis, Ljubljana;
  • Member of Editorial Board: Anthropological Notebooks, Journal of Skyscape Archaeology, International Journal of Euro-Mediterranean Studies, Arqueología Mexicana

Selected publications:

  • Šprajc, I. 2016. Lunar alignments in Mesoamerican architecture. Anthropological Notebooks XXII (3): 61–85.
  • Šprajc, I. 2016. Astronomy and power in Mesoamerica. In: Michael A. Rappenglück, Barbara Rappenglück, Nicholas Campion, and Fabio Silva, eds., Astronomy and power: How worlds are structured, BAR International Series 2794, Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, pp. 185-192.
  • Šprajc, I. 2015. Pyramids marking time: Anthony F. Aveni’s contribution to the study of astronomical alignments in Mesoamerican architecture. In: Anne S. Dowd and Susan Milbrath, eds, Cosmology,calendars, and horizon-based astronomy in ancient Mesoamerica, Boulder: University Press of Colorado, pp. 19-36.
  • Šprajc, I. and P. F. Sánchez Nava, 2015. Orientaciones astronómicas en la arquitectura de Mesoamérica: Oaxaca y el Golfo de México. Prostor, kraj, čas 8. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC.
  • Sánchez Nava, P. F., and I. Šprajc, 2015. Orientaciones astronómicas en la arquitectura maya de las tierras bajas. México: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Colección Arqueología, Serie Logos).
  • Šprajc, I. 2015. Astronomical correlates of architecture and landscape in Mesoamerica. In: Clive L. N. Ruggles, ed., Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy, New York: Springer, pp. 715-728;
  • Šprajc, I. 2015. Alignments upon Venus (and other planets) – identification and analysis. In: Clive L. N. Ruggles, ed., Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy, New York: Springer, pp. 507–516
  • Šprajc, I., ed. 2015. Exploraciones arqueológicas en Chactún, Campeche, México. Prostor, kraj, čas 7, Ljubljana: Založba ZRC.
  • Sánchez Nava, P. F., and I. Šprajc, 2013. Equinoxes in Mesoamerican architectural alignments: prehispanic reality or modern myth? In: Ivan Šprajc and Peter Pehani, eds., Ancient cosmologies and modern prophets: Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the European Society for Astronomy in Culture, Anthropological Notebooks XIX, supplement, Ljubljana: Slovene Anthropological Society, pp. 319-337.
  • Šprajc, I., C. Morales-Aguilar, and R. D. Hansen, 2009. Early Maya astronomy and urban planning at El Mirador, Peten, Guatemala. Anthropological Notebooks 15, No. 3: 79-101.
  • Šprajc, I. 2005. More on Mesoamerican cosmology and city plans. Latin American Antiquity 16 (2): 209-216.
  • Šprajc, I. 2004. Astronomical alignments in Río Bec architecture. Archaeoastronomy: The Journal of Astronomy in Culture 18: 98-107.
  • Šprajc, I., W. J. Folan, and R. González Heredia, 2005. Las ruinas de Oxpemul, Campeche: su redescubrimiento después de 70 años en el olvido (1934-2004). Los Investigadores de la Cultura Maya 13, vol. I: 20-27. Campeche: Universidad Autónoma de Campeche
  • Šprajc, I. 2002-2004. Maya sites and monuments in SE Campeche, Mexico. Journal of Field Archaeology 29 (3-4): 385-407.
  • Šprajc, I. 2001. Orientaciones astronómicas en la arquitectura prehispánica del centro de México. México: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Colección Científica 427).
  • Šprajc I. 2000. Astronomical alignments at Teotihuacan, Mexico. Latin American Antiquity 11 (4): 403-415.
  • Šprajc, I. 2000. Astronomical alignments at the Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan, Mexico. Archaeoastronomy no. 25 (Journal for the History of Astronomy, suppl. to vol. 31): S11-S40.
  • Šprajc, I., F. García Cruz, and H. Ojeda Mas, 1997. Reconocimiento arqueológico en el sureste de Campeche, México: informe preliminar. Mexicon 19 (1): 5-12.
  • Šprajc, I. 1996. La estrella de Quetzalcóatl: El planeta Venus en Mesoamérica. México: Editorial Diana.
  • Šprajc, I. 1996. Venus, lluvia y maíz: Simbolismo y astronomía en la cosmovisión mesoamericana. México: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (Colección Científica 318) (reprinted in 1998).
  • Šprajc, I. 1993. The Venus-rain-maize complex in the Mesoamerican world view: part I. Journal for the History of Astronomy 24 (parts 1/2, No. 75): 17-70. Cambridge (UK).
  • Šprajc, I. 1993. The Venus-rain-maize complex in the Mesoamerican world view: part II. Archaeoastronomy No. 18 (Journal for the History of Astronomy, Supplement to Vol. 24): S27-S53.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Consciousness and Practices of Awareness ǀ

Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,

ECTS: 6

Anthropology of Fertility ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies ǀ

Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Public anthropology, social engagement and activism ǀ

Assist. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics ǀ

Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,

Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations ǀ

Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6