authors

Jan Grah is a Germanist and Russianist who is finishing his two-subject master’s degree in German language and literature, and ethnology and cultural anthropology at the University of Ljubljana. He is particularly interested in medical anthropology and German linguistics. He wrote the text for e-ERIMm as part of the course Contemporary Migrations, Citizenship and Ethnic Minorities (held by Ana Sarah Lunaček Brumen and Uršula Lipovec Čebron) at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana.

Marijana Hameršak received her doctorate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. She works at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb. She has published the books Pričalice: o povijesti djetinjstva i bajke (Pričalice: on History of Childhood and Fairy Tales, 2011), Uvod u dječju književnost (Introduction to Children’s Literature, with Dubravka Zima, 2015) and Frakture dječje književnosti: od slikovnica do lektire, od Agrama do El Shatta (Fractures of the Children’s Literature, 2021). She is the co-editor of three anthologies: Folkloristička čitanka (Folklore Studies Reader, with Suzana Marjanić, 2010) and collections Proizvodnja baštine: kritičke studije o nematerijalnoj kulturi (Heritage Production: Critical Studies in Intangible Culture, with Iva Pleše i Ana-Marija Vukušić, 2013) and Kamp, koridor, granica: studije izbjeglištva u suvremenom hrvatskom kontekstu (Formation and Disintegration of the Balkan Refugee Corridor: Camps, Routes and Borders in Croatian Context, with Emina Bužinkić, 2017, English translation 2018). Together with Barbara Beznec, Sabine Hess, Andrej Kurnik, Marc Speer and Marta Stojić Mitrović, she edited a special issue of the magazine movements: Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies (2020) titled Frontier within: the European Border Regime in the Balkans

Teodora Jovanović is a doctoral student at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade. She is employed at the Ethnographic Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade. Her interests lie in the fields of refugeeship and forced migration and she is working on a dissertation on asylum seekers from Iran in Serbia. 

Tisa Kučan Lah is a first-year master’s student enrolled in the CREOLE program – Cultural Differences and Transnational Processes, at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Ljubljana. As part of her studies, she is particularly interested in medical anthropology. She wrote the text for e-ERIMm as part of the course Contemporary Migrations, Citizenship and Ethnic Minorities (held by Ana Sarah Lunaček Brumen and Uršula Lipovec Čebron) at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana.

Luka Kropivnik is a graduate Russianist and Slovenist. He completed his master’s degree in Slovene studies and history, as well as ethnology and cultural anthropology and comparative literature at the University of Ljubljana. He is particularly interested in contemporary Slovenian literature, didactics of literature and international migration. He wrote the text for e-ERIMm as part of the course Contemporary Migrations, Citizenship and Ethnic Minorities (held by Ana Sarah Lunaček Brumen and Uršula Lipovec Čebron) at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana.

Uršula Lipovec Čebron received her doctorate at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Ljubljana. She works at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Arts. She has written the books Krožere zdravja in bolezni: tradicionalne in komplementarne medicine v Istri (Cycles of Health and Disease: Traditional and Complementary Medicine in Istria, 2008) and Medkulturna mediacija in zdravstvo v Sloveniji (Intercultural Mediation and Health in Slovenia, with Juš Škraban, 2021). With Jelka Zorn, she edited the anthologies Zgodbe izbrisanih prebivalcev (Stories of the Erased, 2011, Croatian translation 2013) and Once Upon an Erasure: from Citizens to Illegal Residents in Republic of Slovenia (2007), and the anthology Večjezično zdravje (Multilingual Health, 2019) with Nike K. Pokorn. With Sara Pistotnik, she edited a special issues of Časopis za kritiko znanosti (Journal for the Critique of Science) titled Balkanska migracijska pot (Balkan Migration Route, 2016).

Bojan Mucko is a doctoral student at the University of Zadar. He works at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb. His interests include multimodal approaches in researching the European migration regime.

Dagmar Nared is a master’s degree student in ethnology and cultural anthropology at the University of Ljubljana. She completed her bachelor’s and master’s studies in sociology at the universities of Ljubljana and Oxford. Her interests lie in gender and emotions in anthropology and the possibilities of transmitting experiences through visual media.  She wrote the text for e-ERIMm as part of the course Contemporary Migrations, Citizenship and Ethnic Minorities (held by Ana Sarah Lunaček Brumen and Uršula Lipovec Čebron) at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana.

Igor Petričević is a doctoral student at Stockholm University. After completing his undergraduate studies in anthropology and sociology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb, he graduated in social and cultural anthropology and European studies at the University of Leuven. He is interested in urban anthropology, anthropology of migration, and other areas.

Duško Petrović received his doctorate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. He works at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. He is the author of the book Izbjeglištvo u suvremenom svijetu: od političkoteorijskih utemeljenja do biopolitičkih ishoda (Contemporary Refugees: From Political-theoretical Foundations to Biopolitical Outcomes, 2016). 

Mojca Piškor received her doctorate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. She works at the Department of Musicology of the Academy of Music in Zagreb. Her area of academic interest includes traditional and popular music of the Western and non-Western world; topics related to the nexus of music, sound and policies (racial imagination, gender), the intersection of various types of music and their discourse, the relationship between music and space, and the acoustemological aspects of the use of music as a means of torture in camps. 

Iva Pleše received her doctorate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. She works at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research. She is the author of the book Pismo, poruka, mejl: etnografija korespondencije (Letter, message, e-mail: the ethnography of correspondence, 2014) and co-editor of two anthologies: Etnografije interneta (Ethnographies of the Internet, with Reana Senjković, 2004) and Proizvodnja baštine: kritičke studije o nematerijalnoj kulturi (Heritage Production: Critical Studies in Intangible Culture, with Marijana Hameršak and Ana-Marija Vukušić, 2013).

Meta Poklukar graduated in ethnology and cultural anthropology at the University of Ljubljana with a thesis on drag performance and continued with her master’s studies. Her interests vary from sensory anthropology to alpinism. She wrote the text for e-ERIMm as part of the course Contemporary Migrations, Citizenship and Ethnic Minorities (held by Ana Sarah Lunaček Brumen and Uršula Lipovec Čebron) at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana.

Romana Pozniak received her doctorate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. She works at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb. Her academic interests include topics from political anthropology and the anthropology of humanitarianism, focusing on conceptualizations of humanitarian work in non-profit organizations.

Evelina Soršak is a graduate sociologist and historian and is completing the first year of her master’s degree in ethnology and cultural anthropology at the University of Ljubljana. She is particularly interested in the anthropology of religion and medical anthropology. She wrote the text for e-ERIMm as part of the course Contemporary Migrations, Citizenship and Ethnic Minorities (held by Ana Sarah Lunaček Brumen and Uršula Lipovec Čebron) at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana.

Marta Stojić Mitrović received her doctorate at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade in 2016. She is employed at the Ethnographic Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade. She has co-authored the studies Governing the Balkan Route: Macedonia, Serbia and the European Border Regime (with Barbara Beznec and Marc Speer, 2016) and Dark Sides of Europeanization: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Border Regime (with Nidžara Ahmetašević, Barbara Beznec i Andrej Kurnik, 2021), and wrote the book Evropski granični režim i eksternalizacija kontrole granica EU: Srbija na balkanskoj migracijskoj ruti (The European Border Regime And Externalization of EU Border Control. Serbia on the Balkan Migration Route, 2021). Together with Marijana Hameršak, Barbara Beznec, Sabine Hess, Andrej Kurnik and Marc Speer, she edited a special issue of the magazine movements: Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies (2020) titled Frontier within: the European Border Regime in the Balkans.

Tea Škokić received her doctorate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. She works at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research. She has published two books, Ljubavni kod: ljubav i seksualnost između tradicije i znanosti (Love code: Love and sexuality between tradition and science, 2011) and Polutani dugog trajanja: balkanistički diskursi (Bastards of long duration. Balkanist discourses, with Andrea Matošević, 2014). She has co-edited the collections Između roda i naroda: etnološke i folklorističke studije (Between Gender and Nation, with Renata Jambrešić Kirin, 2004), Split i drugi: kulturnoantropološki i kulturnostudijski prilozi (The City of Split and Others: Essays in Cultural Anthropology and Cultural Studies, with Ines Prica, 2007), Horror, porno, ennui: kulturne prakse postsocijalizma (Horror, porno, ennui: Cultural Practices of Post-socialism, with Ines Prica, 2011) and Stranputice humanistike (Bypaths of Humanities, with Ozren Biti and Petar Bagarić, 2017). 

Jelka Zorn received her doctorate at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana. She works at the Faculty of Social Work of the University of Ljubljana. She has co-authored the books Izbrisani: organizirana nedolžnost in politike izključevanja (The Erased: Organized Innocence and the Politics of Exclusion, with Jasminka Dedić and Vlasta Jalušić, 2003) and Brazgotine izbrisa: prispevek h kritičnemu razumevanju izbrisa iz registra stalnega prebivalstva Republike Slovenije (The Scars of the Erasure, with Neža Kogovšek Šalamon et al., 2010). With Uršula Lipovec Čebron, she edited the anthologies Zgodbe izbrisanih prebivalcev (Stories of the Erased, 2011, Croatian translation 2013) and Once Upon an Erasure: from Citizens to Illegal Residents in Republic of Slovenia (2007). 

Drago Župarić-Iljić received his doctorate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb. He works at the Department of Sociology of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. He has edited the collections Nacionalne manjine kao faktor stabilnosti u međunarodnim odnosima Hrvatske i Srbije (National minorities as a stability factor in international relations of Croatia and Serbia, with Dragutin Babić, 2010), Prvih deset godina razvoja sustava azila u Hrvatskoj (The first ten years of development of the asylum system in Croatia, 2013) and Contemporary Migration Trends and Flows on the Territory of Southeast Europe (with Marijeta Rajković Iveta and Petra Kelemen, 2018). He has co-authored the books Nacionalne manjine u Zagrebu: položaj i perspektive (National minorities in Zagreb: position and perspectives, with Dragutin Babić and Filip Škiljan, 2011) and Izazovi integracije izbjeglica u hrvatsko društvo: stavovi građana i pripremljenost lokalnih zajednica (Challenges of Integrating Refugees into Croatian Society: Attitudes of Citizens and the Readiness of Local Communities, with Dean Ajduković et al., 2019, English edition 2019).

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