Tiva Vlaj,

Academic Coordinator

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

Academic coordinator 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. Petra Svoljšak, Ph.D.

Affiliation 1: ZRC SAZU, Milko Kos Historical Institute. Affiliation 2: University of Nova Gorica, School of Humanities

Adress: Novi trg 2. SI – 1000 Ljubljana

E-mail: petrasv@zrc-sazu.si

Education and habilitations:

  • 1991, BA in History and English language with literature, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts 
  • 1998, Ph.D. in Historical Sciences University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts 
  • 2009, Research Counsellor, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts in Ljubljana
  • 1999, Assistant Professor, Contemporary History, University of Ljubljana
  • 2004, Assistant Professor, Cultural History, University of Nova Gorica
  • 2012, Associate Professor, Cultural History, University of Nova Gorica

 

Occupation and management

  • From 1991 (full time), Milko Kos Historical Institute, ZRC SAZU 
  • From 2006 Programme Director of Bachelor’s programme in Cultural history, University of Nova Gorica
  • From 2010 Head of Milko Kos Historical Institute, ZRC SAZU

 

Project Management and collaboration

  • 1999–2001, Postdoc project, Slovenes and the Austrian censorship during World War I;
  • 2004–2007, collaboration and formation of the project, Transformation of the memory – propaganda and commemoration as the constituent part of the First Wordl ;
  • 2009–2012, project leader, Cultural demography of the First Wordl War;
  • 2004–2006, project leader, Slovenian army. Short history – long tradition;
  • 2006–2008, project leader, For the freedom of the homeland: the front in the Julian Alps 1915-1917;
  • 2013-2015, programme leader, Basic research of the Slovenian cultural past
  • 2017 – 2020, project leader, Refugees – a never ending story

 

Fields of research:

World War I, civil experience, refugees, occupations, censorship, war regime, everyday life, victims of war, memory of the War, World War I heritage for UNESCO World Heritage List

 

Functions:

Vice-president of the Slovenian National Committee for the Commemorations of the First World war centenaries (2014 – 2018)





  • Soča, sveta reka : italijanska zasedba slovenskega ozemlja (1915-1917), (Soča, the Sacred River: the Italian occupation of the Slovenian territory (1915 – 1917). Ljubljana: Nova revija, 2003.
  • Vojna – vzrok in spodbujevalka migracij : primer 1. svetovne vojne in slovenskega prostora. IN: ŠTIH, Peter (ur.), BALKOVEC, Bojan (ur.). Migracije in slovenski prostor od antike do danes,). Ljubljana: Zveza zgodovinskih društev Slovenije, 2010,  226-244.
  • Gorizia (Gorica), a damned and sacred city between two fires. Studia Historica Slovenica,  2011, letn. 11, N. 1,  79-109.
  • SVOLJŠAK, Petra, GODEŠA, Bojan. Italian interwar administration of Slovenian ethnic territory : Italian ethnic policy. IN: DORNIK, Wolfram (ed.), et al. Frontwechsel : Österreich-Ungarns “Großer Krieg” im Vergleich. Wien; Köln; Weimar: Böhlau, 2014,  303-323.
  • The language policy of the Italian army in the occupied Slovenian territories, 1915-17. IN: FOOTITT, Hilary (ur.), KELLY, Michael (ur.). Languages and the military : alliances, occupation and peace building, (Palgrave studies in languages at war). Basingstoke; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012,  70-85.
  • French rule. IN: LUTHAR, Oto (ur.), et al. The land between : a history of Slovenia. 2nd., revised ed. Frankurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2013,  253-261.
  • In the shackles of political parties. IN: LUTHAR, Oto (ur.), et al. The land between : a history of Slovenia. 2nd., revised ed. Frankurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2013,  330-361. 
  • The other side of history. IN: LUTHAR, Oto (ur.), et al. The land between : a history of Slovenia. 2nd., revised ed. Frankurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2013,  362-366. 
  • The pre-March era, the time of non-freedom. IN: LUTHAR, Oto (ur.), et al. The land between : a history of Slovenia. 2nd., revised ed. Frankurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2013,  262-276.
  • The Slovenes in the constitutional era. IN: LUTHAR, Oto (ur.), et al. The land between : a history of Slovenia. 2nd., revised ed. Frankurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2013,  293-324.
  • Unity and national existence. IN: LUTHAR, Oto (ur.), et al. The land between : a history of Slovenia. 2nd., revised ed. Frankurt am Main [etc.]: P. Lang, 2013,  325-329.
  • Slovenian Historiography and Collective Memory of World War I in the First Yugoslavia (1918 – 1941). In: Jozef Niznik (ed). Twentieth Century wars and European Memory. (Studie in social sciences, philosophy and history of ideas, volume 1). Peter Lang Edition, 2013, 205 – 216.
  • Between losing and winning : the war balance – the Slovenian case. IN: MARKÓ, György (ur.), SCHMIDT, Mária (ur.). Europe’s fraternal war 1914-1918. Budapest: Kozep- és Kelet-európai Történelem és Társadalom Kutatásáért Közalapítvány, 2014,  249-261.
  • Prva svetovna vojna in Slovenci : 1994-2014. Prispevki za novejšo zgodovino, 2015/55, N. 2,  143-171. http://ojs.inz.si/pnz/article/view/116.
  • Ženske v gospodarstvu prve svetovne vojne. IN: ŠORN, Mojca (ur.), VODOPIVEC, Nina (ur.), LAZAREVIĆ, Žarko (ur.). Žensko delo : delo žensk v zgodovinski perspektivi, (Zbirka Vpogledi, ISSN 2350-5656, 12). Ljubljana: Inštitut za novejšo zgodovino, 2015,  179-194.
  • The sacrificed Slovenian memory of the Great War In: Sacrifice and rebirth / edited by Mark Cornwall and John Paul Newman. – New York ; Oxford : Berghahn Books, cop. 2016. – (Austrian and Habsburg studies ; vol. 18). Pp. 216-232.
  • War, memory, and geography : the geographical perception of Slovenians in the First World War. IN: DANIELSSON, Sarah Kristina (ur.), JACOB, Frank (ur.). War and Geography : the spatiality of organized mass violence, (War (Hi)stories, Bd. 1). Paderborn: Ferdinand Schöningh, 2017 ,  133-145.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Cultural history of violence ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Petra Svoljšak, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History, Identity and Popular Culture ǀ

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

ECTS: 6

Media, memory and history ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Petra Svoljšak, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Memory and History ǀ

Prof. Oto Luthar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

National Memory in Historical Perspective ǀ

Prof. Oto Luthar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Remembering Socialism in Central and Southeastern Europe ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Prof. Oto Luthar, Ph.D.

Researcher at Institute of Culture and Memory studies, Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts

ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2, Ljubljana.

Luthar@zrc-sazu.si

Education:

Research interest: 

  • Modern History of Ideas
  • Social and Cultural History of 19th and 20th centuries
  • Theory and History of Historiography
  • Memory Studies


  • Guest professor at Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio, August – September 2016,
  • Guest Researcher, Columbia University, New York, (summer semester 2013);
  • Guest Professor, Vienna University, Summer semester 2008
  • Fulbright Research Grant, Yale University in New Haven, CT (academic year 1999/2000);
  • Scholarship of the Austrian Government, Institute for East-Central European Studies, Vienna, 1996;
  • DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) Freie Universität, Friedrich Meinecke Institut, Berlin, Professor Jürgen Kocka (academic year 1991/1992).


  • The Great War and Memory in Central and South-Eastern Europe. Editor. Leiden: Brill, 2016.
  • Of Red Dragons and Evil Spirits: Post-Communist Historiography between Democratization and New Politics of History. Editor. Budapest: CEU Press, 2017.
  • Margins of memory: anti-Semitism and the destruction of the Jewish community in Prekmurje. Ljubljana: ZRC Publishing, 2012.
  • “Immer noch Sturm”. The intimate perception of a neighbourhood. Politics in Central Europe, December 2012, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 45-57. 
  • “Dulce et decorum est — über die Nationalisierung der kollektiven Erinnerung nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg”. In: Babka, Anna (ed.), Finzi, Daniela (ed.), Ruthner, Clemens (ed.). Die Lust an der Kultur/Theorie : Transdisziplinäre Interventionen Für Wolfgang Müller-Funk. Wien; Berlin: Turia + Kant, 2012, pp. 424-433. 
  • With Breda Luthar. “Von der Ideologie zur Mytologie? Historischer Revisionismus im postsozialistischen Slowenien”. In: Flierl, Thomas (ed.), Mueller, Elfriede (ed.). Osteuropa – Schlachtfeld der Erinnerungen. Berlin: Karl Dietz Verlag, 2010, pp. 105-129.
  • “Demokratisierung oder erneute Monopolisierung? die Geschichtslandschaft in Südosteuropa nach 1991”. In: Benedik, Stefan (ed.). In Progress, in Arbeit : 25 Jahre Zeitgeschichte an der Universität Graz : Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Meerscheinschlössl Donnerstag, 2. April – Freitag, 3. April 2009. Graz: Karl-Franzens-Universität, Institut für Geschichte – Zeitgeschichte, 2009.
  • Zgodovina historične misli: od Homerja do začetka 21. stoletja [A History of Historical Thought: From Homer to Beginnings of the 21 Century]. ZRC Publishing, Ljubljana 2006 and 2016.
  • O Žalosti niti besede [Don’t Send a Word of Sorrow. Cultural History of WWI], ZRC Publishing, Ljubljana 2000.

MODULE GENERAL ELECTIVE COURSES

Cultural history of violence ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Petra Svoljšak, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

History, Identity and Popular Culture ǀ

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

ECTS: 6

Media, memory and history ǀ

Assoc. Prof. Petra Svoljšak, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Memory and History ǀ

Prof. Oto Luthar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

National Memory in Historical Perspective ǀ

Prof. Oto Luthar, Ph.D.,

ECTS: 6

Remembering Socialism in Central and Southeastern Europe ǀ

Prof. Tanja Petrović, 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