Dean of Department
Holds a Ph.D. degree from the Department of Economics and International Studies, University of Buckingham, UK. She also holds an MA degree (2005) in European Politics and Institutions with honours from the University of Bologna, Italy and a BA degree in International Relations with Summa Cum Laude and University Honours from Kent State University (2004), U.S.A. She has been a member of the PSIR academic staff since October 2010 and a Curriculum Committee member from 2010-2013. She coordinated all European Commission funded projects held by PSIR department, including Erasmus+ and Jean Monnet projects. She has published papers at international conferences and academic journals, as well as several book chapters. Her research interests include minority groups, ethnicity, migration and diaspora. She is also very passionate about post-communist politics and populism in transition countries (relating to migration policies and minorities).
Dean, Political Science and International Relations, 2018
Assistant Professor of International Relations, 2016 – present
Ph.D., Political Science, University of Buckingham, United Kingdom
M.A., European Politics and Institutions, University of Bologna, Italy
B.A., International Relations, Kent State University, Kent, OH, United States
Modern Political History
2018 European Association for Jewish Studies, Full Congress speaker grant; Erasmus+ Academic Staff Mobility Grant, Visiting scholar grant
2017 Research and Development Award, for the outstanding contribution to research and development at SSST; Erasmus+ Academic Staff Mobility Grant, Visiting scholar grant
2004 Mortar Board Sherri Jo Luft Memorial Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement; Distinguished Senior Leadership Award; University Honors for highest academic achievement and thesis of an outstanding
“Populism in Bosnia and Herzegovina: “Folksy” Politics in an Ethno-nationalist Partitocracy”, accepted for publication for Nomos Series on Populism (expected 2019)
“Political Participation during Times of Repression: Jewish Political Activism from 1849 until 1939”, article manuscript
(with Jana Jevtic) “The Question of Ethnic Identity in the Case of Bosnian Diaspora in the United States”, New Diversities (manuscript accepted, expected 2018/2019)
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