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
Office hours: Wednesday 13 – 15
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)
- 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).
- Spatial anthropology;
- Border dynamics;
- 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
Assist. Prof. Maja Petrović Šteger, Ph. D.,
Anthropology of Fertility
Assoc. Prof. Duška Kneževič Hočevar, Ph.D.,
Communities, Relationships, Events: An Anthropological Approach
Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,
Cosmology of Mesoamerican Societies
Prof. Ivan Šprajc, Ph.D.,
Epistemological pluralism and “decolonizing” methods in ethnographic research
Assoc. Prof. Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Ph.D.,
Laughing Politically: Toward the Anthropology of Humor
Prof. Tanja Petrović, Ph.D.,
Public anthropology, social engagement and activism
Assoc. Prof. Ana Hofman, Ph.D.,
Research Methodology in Anthropological Linguistics
Karmen Kenda-Jež, Ph.D.,
Prof. Borut Telban, Ph.D.,
Space and Movement: Towards Anthropology of Locations and Migrations
Assist. Prof. Nataša Gregorič Bon, Ph.D.,