I am an anthropologist of landscape and religion, but my work is more closely framed through interests in time and temporality, home, 'syncretic' cosmologies, agency and affect. Over the past seven years, I have conducted most of my long-term fieldwork in Bosnia, with stints of research in the Basque Country and Palestine/Israel. At the moment, I am preparing for publication a book titled Waiting for Elijah: Time and Encounter in a Bosnian Landscape, which delves into the postwar echoes of inter-communal proximities and syncretic seasonal celebrations in the southeastern Bosnian highlands. I have also written on various other aspects ...
'What the map cuts up, the story cuts across.'
(Michel de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life)
Before attaining a doctoral degree in Social Anthropology from Goldsmiths, University of London and an MPhil degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge, I have received BA degrees in History of Art and Sociology from the University of Sarajevo and Kenyon College.
I have received various research grants and awards, most recently as the Civil Society Scholar of the Open Society Foundations. From 2010 to 2014, I contributed to a large ERC-funded project Bosnian Bones, Spanish Ghosts: 'Transitional Justice' and ...
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