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MAJA POVRZANOVI

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FRYKMAN

Professor of Ethnology

Department of Global Political Studies, Malmö University, 20506 Malmö, Sweden E-mail: maja.frykman@mah.se

Webpage: http://forskning.mah.se/en/id/immafr

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Born in Zagreb, 29 February 1960. Croatian and Swedish citizen.

PhD in Ethnology, 2 July 1997. Associate Professor in IMER (International Migration and Ethnic Relations), 16 June 2005. Professor of Ethnology, 7 June 2012.

Two maternity leaves (1989-90; 1993-94): 24 months.

Fluent in English; using also Swedish, German and Italian. Native speaker of Croatian; reading other South Slavic languages.

POSITIONS

2007+ Senior Lecturer and Research Coordinator in Ethnology, Department of Global Political Studies, Faculty of Culture at Society, Malmö University

2007-2010 Research Coordinator (forskningskoordinator) at Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM), Malmö University

2006-2007 Senior Lecturer (universitetslektor) in Ethnology, School of IMER, Malmö University

2001-2005 Research Fellow (forskarassistent) to the Willy-Brandt-memory Guest Professors at IMER, Malmö University

1999-2001 Researcher and lecturer at the Department of European Ethnology, Lund University

1983-1999 Researcher, Research Assistant, and Research Associate at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb, Croatia

EDUCATION

1997 PhD in Ethnology, Faculty of Arts and Letters, University of Zagreb, Croatia

1987 MA in Ethnology (4 terms of Masters programme), Faculty of Arts and Letters, University of Zagreb, Croatia

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1987, 1986, 1985 “Philosophy and Social Science”, International postgraduate seminars at Inter-University Centre for Postgraduate Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia

1983 Graduated in Ethnology (8 terms) and Sociology (8 terms), Faculty of Arts and Letters, University of Zagreb

PEDAGOGICAL AND RESEARCH LEADERSHIP-RELATED COURSES

2012-13 Perspektiv på forskningsbaserat lärande i högskoleutbildning, Malmö University 2008 Hur kan jag bli mer framgångsrik som forskningsledare?, Malmö University 2002 Handledarutbildning inom forskarutbildningen, Malmö University

1980-82 courses (with exams) in General Pedagogy, Psychology of Education, Culture of Speaking and Writing, Didactics, and Methodology of Sociology Teaching, as a part of the undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Arts and Letters, University of Zagreb

SCHOLARSHIPS

1999 The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT), “Teaching Excellence” scholarship: Dept. of European Ethnology, University of Lund, Sweden

1998 Svenska institutet, guest scholarship: Dept. of European Ethnology, University of Lund, Sweden 1991/92 Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) guest scholarship: Ludwig-Uhland-Institut für

empirische Kulturwissenschaft, Universität Tübingen, Germany

1986/87 Goethe-Institut scholarshipfor studying German: Goethe-Institut, Mannheim, Germany

RESEARCH

2015 Principal investigator, ”The well-being of highly skilled migrants: the case of international physicians balancing work and migrant life in Skåne”, financed by Region Skåne - Migrationens utmaningar (with Ioana Bunescu, researcher, and Katarina Mozetič, assistant) (500 000 SEK, two months full-time each researcher)

2011-13 Individual research project “The transnational life of objects: Material practices of migrants’ being and belonging”, financed by The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet), code 2010-33187-77170-219) (50% full time)

2009 Research project participant: European Refugee Fund E81-235, Vidarebosatta flyktingars arbetsmarknadsintegration i Sverige (individual subproject on Bosnian refugees’ employment-related experiences in Sweden)

2008-10 Nordforsk-financed research network participant, as a member of the Board of Nordic IMER association (12 researchers, 3 from each Nordic country)

2003-05 Research project advisor: “Ethnography of Mundane Transition: Matrices and Distortions” (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb; principal researcher: Ines Prica)

2003-05 Research project advisor: “Ethnography of Contemporary Everyday Life and Processes of Identification” (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb, Croatia; principal researcher: Jasna Čapo Žmegač)

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2003-05 Research project associate: “Homeland War and War Victims in the 20th Century: Ethnological Aspects” (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb; principal researcher: Reana Senjković)

2001 Research project participant: “Cultural Boundaries in Europe: The Balkans in Focus”, Centre for European Studies, Lund University (ten international participants; principal researchers: Sanimir Resic and Barbara Törnquist-Plewa)

2001 Research project participant: “Immigrants and refugees in the Öresund region”, pilot-project in the frames of the Öresund University research programme ”Själland och Skåne – före, under och efter bron” (principal researcher: Gunnar Alsmark)

2000-01 Individual research project “Seeds of war: Narrative constructions of identities in diaspora and exile”, financed by the Swedish Board of Social Sciences and the HumanitieS (full-time) 1999 Research project participant: “Articulating Europe. The Mobilisation of Cultural Heritage”,

Department of European Ethnology, Lund University; principal researcher: Jonas Frykman) 1983-97 Participant in research programmes, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb

RESEARCH STUDENTS (PhD CANDIDATES)

Christina Hansen, “Urban activism in Malmö – in the context of socio-spatial restructuring in a city of immigration”, main supervisor (co-supervisor Nina Glick Schiller). MUSA programme, Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University (to be defended in 2017)

Marina Blagaić, “Ethnological and Cultural Anthropological Contributions to Island Studies Based on the Case Study of the Island of Šolta”, main supervisor. Dept. of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb (defended 9 Oct 2014)

Lucija Mihaljević, “Cultural anthropology analysis of consumer practices and identities − department store NAMA in the centre of Zagreb”, main supervisor. Dept. of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb (defended 5 Dec 2013)

Brigitte Suter, “Tales from Istanbul: Experiences of Sub-Saharan African Migrants in Transit”, main supervisor (co-supervisor Björn Fryklund). Theme Ethnicity/REMESO, Campus Norrköping, Linköping University (defended 14 Dec 2012)

Dragan Nikolić, “Towards Reconciliation and Development: Cultural Heritage in Post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina”, co-supervisor (main supervisor Jonas Frykman). Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund University (defended 25 May 2012)

PhD OPPOSITIONS

2012 Member of the dissertation evaluation committee, PhD candidate Selma Porobić (Resilience and Religion in a Forced Migration Context: A narrative study of religiousness as a resilience factor in dealing with forced migration adversities), Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University (5 Oct 2012)

2009 Member of the dissertation evaluation committee, PhD candidate Eleonora Narvselius (The Nation’s Brightest and Noblest: Narrative Identity and Empowering Accounts of the Ukrainian Intelligentsia in Post-1991 L’viv), Theme Ethnicity/REMESO, Campus Norrköping, Linköping University (21 Oct 2009)

2009 Opponent at the final seminar, PhD candidate Eleonora Narvselius (The Nation’s Brightest and Noblest: Narrative Identity and Empowering Accounts of the Ukrainian Intelligentsia in Post-1991 L’viv), Theme Ethnicity/REMESO, Campus Norrköping, Linköping University (28 Jan 2009)

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2006 Faculty-appointed opponent at the PhD defence, candidate Kristina Grünenberg (Is Home where the Heart is, or Where I hang my Hat? Constructing senses of belonging among Bosnian refugees in Denmark), Dept. of Sociology, University of Copenhagen (16 June 2006)

EXPERT TASKS

Evaluation of research applications

2010-13 Marie Curie Actions (Intra-European Fellowships, International Outgoing Fellowships and International Incoming Fellowships), European Commission, 7th Framework Programme on

Rsearch, Technological Development and Demonstration

2012 European Commission Research Executive Agency: FP7-PEOPLE-2012-CIG (Career Integration Grants)

2012 European Commission Research Executive Agency: FP7-People-2012-COFUND (Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes)

2012 Austrian Science Fund (FWF)

2011 Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation 2010-12 Östersjöstiftelsen, Sweden

2009 The European Commission DG RTD Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) Directorate L, Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (SSH), Collaborative projects

2009 NWO, the Netherlands Organisation of Scientific Research

Independent observer of evaluation process

2014 FORMAS, Forskningsrådet för miljö, areella näringar och samhällsbyggande (The Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning), May-September 2014

Board member of foundations, associations and expert groups

2013+ Member, International Advisory Board, Centre for Advanced Migration Studies – AMIS, (http://amis.ku.dk/), Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen

2013+ Member, External Associates and Resource Persons Board, Centre for Refugee and IDP Studies (www.cesi.fpn.unsa.ba), University of Sarajevo

2012+ Coordinator, TRANSMIG - Transnational Practices in Migration, IMISCOE Research Group (organization IMISCOE - International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe) http://www.imiscoeconferences.org/what-imiscoe-does/research/research-groups

2011-12 Member, Croatian Science Foundation, Scientific Committee for Social Sciences and Humanities

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2005-12 Member, Publiceringsgruppen, expertgrupp under den Forskningsstrategiska gruppen, Malmö högskola

Board member and editor of journals and series

2014+ Member, International editorial board, Dve domovini/Two Homelands (ISSN 0353-6777), Slovene Academy of Sciences (ZRC SAZU, Inštitut za slovensko izseljenstvo in migracije) 2012+ Member, International Advisory Editorial Board, Etnološka tribina (ISSN 0351-1944),

Croatian Ethnological Society

2009+ Member,Editorial Board, Nordic Journal Migration Research (NJMR), launched 2011 2006-12 Member, Invandrare och minoriteter FoundationBoard (ISSN 1404-6857)

2004-2011 Member, Editorial Board of Current Themes in IMER Research (ISSN 1652-4616)

2003+ Member, Advisory Editorial Board, Portal: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, Institute for International Studies at UTS, Sydney (UTSePress, ISSN 1449-2490)

2001-08 Editor, Willy Brandt Series of Working papers in IMER(ISSN 1650-5743)

1994-89 Member, Editorial Board, Etnološka tribina the journal of Croatian Ethnological Society (Editor-in-Chief of Vol. 17/1994) (ISSN 0351-1944)

Peer-reviewer of manuscript submitted to

2014 Nationalism and Ethnic Politics

2014 Etnološka tribina, the journal of Croatian Ethnological Society 2013 Berghahn Books

2013 Ethnográfica, CRIA, Portugal 2012 American Ethnologist

2011-14 Nordic Journal of Migration Research (NJMR)

2010-12 Revija za sociologiju/Sociological Review, Croatian Sociological Society, Zagreb 2009 Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS), Sussex

2008-12 Studia ethnologica Croatica, Department for Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Zagreb 2006 Journal of International Migration and Integration (JIMI), Metropolis Research and Policy

Review, Transaction Publishers

2006 Nordisk Sosialt Arbeid - Nordic Journal of Social Work, Universitetsförlaget, Oslo 2005 Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research book series, Zagreb

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2003-04 Identities. Global Studies in Culture and Power, Routledge

2001-08 The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Royal Anthropological Institute, London 1997 “Women and Nonviolence” series, Life & Peace Institute, Uppsala

1985-2010 Narodna umjetnost, Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb

ORGANISATION OF CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS

2015 GPS Research Days - conference “Transnational Migration: Disciplinary Impacts”, on behalf of Research Group TRANSMIG – Transnational Practices in Migration at MIM, Malmö University, 29-30 January 2015

2014 workshop co-convener and discussant, “Urban – activist – migrant?”, 17th Nordic Migration research (NMR) Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 13–15 August 2014

2014 workshop co-convener, “Globalization in and of Europe: Local Perspectives”, International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI) Conference on “Images of Europe: Past, Present, Future”, Porto, August 4 – 8, 2014

2014 conference co-director, “Sensitive Objects: Motion and Emotion in a Material World”, Inter-university Centre Dubrovnik (IUC), 23-25 April 2014

2013 workshop organizer and moderator, “Transnational Perspective in Current PhD Projects” -

Transmig workshop, 10th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Malmö, 25-27 Aug 2013

2012 workshop organizer and moderator, “The transnational life of objects: migrants’ material practices and their representations in museums”, 9th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Amsterdam,

28-29 Aug 2012

2011 workshop organizer and moderator, “Beyond the national and ethnic lens in migration studies”, IMSCOE-TRANSMIG workshop, MIM, Malmö University, 5-6 Dec 2011

2010 principal organizer, responsible for the scientific programme, book of abstracts, practical organization, budget and grants concerning the 15th Nordic Migration Research conference

“Global Challenges – Local Responses”, NMR and Malmö University, Malmö, 25-27 Aug 2010 2009 workshop co-organizer, “Etnografije putovanja/Ethnographies of Travel”, Croatian Ethnological

Society, Zagreb, 24 September 2009

2008 workshop co-organizer and moderator, “Belonging embodied, reciprocity materialised: migrants’ transnational practices”, European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 10th biennial

Conference, Ljubljana

2006 workshop organizer, “Transnationalism and Diaspora”, School of IMER, Malmö University 2004 workshop co-organizer, “Immigrant Ascension to Citizenship: Recent Policies and Economic and

Social Consequences”, Malmö University

2004 workshop organizer and moderator, “Objects from elsewhere: Material expressions of difference and belonging”, 8th Congress of SIEF (Societé Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore) and 3rd Congress of ADAM (Association d’Anthropologie Méditerranéenne), Marseille

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2003 workshop organizer, “Transnational spaces: disciplinary perspectives”, School of IMER, Malmö University

2003 workshop co-organizer, “Multiculturalism, migration and diaspora”, 29th Congress of Nordic Ethnologists and Folklorists, Helsingør

2001 conference co-organizer, “Perspectives on Phenomenology and the Analysis of Culture, Inter-University Centre, Dubrovnik

2000 conference co-organizer, “Doomed to free choice? Interpretations of childhood and youth in late modernity”, Inter-University Centre, Dubrovnik

1998 conference organizer and moderator, “Identity Formations in Diaspora and Exile”, Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund

1995 conference co-organizer and moderator, “War, Exile, Everyday Life”, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb

1988 workshop co-organizer, “Folklore and Historical Process”, conference of the International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (ICAES) Congress, Zagreb

INVITED CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

2014 Hem, familj, släkt. Kontinuitet och förändring i förhållningssätt och praktiker, Åbo Akademi University, 13 Nov 2014

2014 Perspectives on Nations Unbound: The Transnational Migration Paradigm in the Current Conjuncture, DIIS, Copenhagen, 24 Oct 2014

2013 Invited paper, New Frontiers - Migration in the 21st Century, Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS), Copenhagen, 16 Dec 2013

2013 Keynote lecture, Transnational processes and practices among diasporas in Europe, Department of History and Ethnology, University of Jyväskylä, 22 Nov 2013

2013 Invited discussant, 39. dgv-Kongress MATERIALISIERUNG VON KULTUR. DISKURSE DINGE PRAKTIKEN, panel “The poetics and politics of exhibiting the other: Critical notes from an interdisciplinary perspective”, Nürnberg, 26-28 Sept 2013

2013 Invited paper (with Inge Dahlstedt), Post-immigration education of adult immigrants in international perspective, Göttingen, 19-20 July 2013

2013 Invited paper, Applying Bourdieu in studies of transnationalism, mobility and migration, Södertörn University, Stockholm,25-26 April 2013

2013 Invited paper, Citizens at Heart? Immigrants Integration in European Perspectives, organised by the Department of Government, the Forum for Peace, Democracy and Justice, the Hugo Valentin Centre of Uppsala University, and Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies,

Uppsala, 1-2 March 2013

2012 Invited discussant, 9th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Amsterdam, 28-29 Aug 2012, workshop “Migration, transnationalism and development in the Balkans & SE Europe” convened by Russell King and Julie Vullnetari

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2012 Invited paper, The Meanings and Uses of Cosmopolitanism, conference at the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen, 21-24 June 2012

2012 Invited participant, Minoritetsrättigheter i nordiska storstäder, workshop co-organised by Oslo and Akershus University College and Malmö University, Voksenåsen, Oslo, 14-15 Dec 2011 2011 Invited discussant, Diasporic Conviviality, Cosmopolitanism and Urban Spaces, RICC,

University of Manchester (Manchester, 5-7 July 2011)

2011 Invited discussant, Intergenerational differences as challenges for the emergent communities, Scientific Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (Ljubljana, 27 June 2011)

2010 Invited participant, Labour Migration and Transnationalism in Europe: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives, Forschungsverbund FORMIG – Bavarian Research Association “Migration and knowledge”, Südost-Institut, Regensburg, Germany, 10–11 December 2010 2010 Plenary session speaker, Beyond essentialisms: Challenges of Anthropology in the 21st Century,

International Conference on the Occasion of the 70th Anniversary of the Department of

Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana (Ljubljana, Slovenia, 25-27 November 2010)

2009 Invited participant, Whose Cosmopolitanism?, Launch Festival, Research Institute of Cosmopolitan Cultures (RICC), Manchester, UK, 2-3 March 2009

2009 Invited text, based on a conference presentation, “Migranti i predmeti” (Migrants and objects) broadcasted on 13 May 2009 in “Društveni obzor”, Third Programme of The Croatian Radio 2008 Invited participant, policy seminar Diaspora, Trans-nationalism, and its Implications for

Building Peace, Uppsala Center for Sustainable Development (Uppsala, 3-5 Dec 2008)

2008 Invited participant, Anthropological perspectives on a changing Europe, expert meeting on anthropological contributions to the objectives of the European Commission's Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (SESH) Research Programme, European Commission Research Directorate L: Science, Society and Economy (European University Institute, Florence, 23-24 Oct 2008)

2008 Invited participant, Challenging Integration: Culture Research and the European Context, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb, Croatia, 2-4 October 2008

2008 Invited discussant, Fragile Transitions: From Coexistence to the Emergence of Hatred, a Comparative Approach between Southeast Asia and Southeast Europe, workshop at the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 10th biennial Conference (Ljubljana,

26-29 August 2008)

2007 Invited discussant, Futures of European Ethnologies, Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund University (Lund, 8-9 September 2007)

2004 Invited discussant, Past and Future: ten-year jubilee conference of the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies, Södertörns högskola (Stockholm, 23-25 September 2004)

2002 Invited discussant, Suffering and Recovery, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Antrhopological Research (Amenia, New York, 17-20 Sept 2002)

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INVITED LECTURES/SEMINARS

- to academic audiences:

2014 “Humanitarian Aid in Sarajevo Under Siege: Emic Perspectives”, European Ethnology, Lund

University (11 Nov 2014)

2014 “Exploring Narrative Accounts of Humanitarian Aid In Sarajevo Under Siege”, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm (10 Nov 2014)

2013 “Zaboravljena većina: O etnološkim i antropološkim istraživanjima ratnih i poratnih iskustava civila u Hrvatskoj i BiH devedesetih“, Department for Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb (10 Dec 2013)

2013 “Objects in Migrants’ Transnational Lives: When are They ’Ethnic’”, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Stockholm (5 Feb 2013)

2011 “Migrants and objects: material practices of being and belonging in transnational social fields”, IMER, University of Bergen (23 Sept 2011)

2011 “Cosmopolitanism in situ: daily urban sociabilities in Malmö”, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen (22 Sept 2011)

2010 Plenary lecture, “Cosmopolitanism in situ: challenges for ethnography”, Beyond essentialisms: Challenges of Anthropology in the 21st Century, International Conference on the Occasion of the 70th Anniversary of the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Arts,

University of Ljubljana, 25-27 November 2010

2008 “’Experimental’ Ethnicity in Diasporic Encounters”, series “Critical Epistemologies of Migration”, COMPAS, Oxford (21 Feb 2008)

2007 “The Forgotten Majority: Civilians in Post-Yugoslav Wars 1991-95”, Collaborative research Centre (SFB 437): “War Experiences – War and Society in Modern Times”, Eberhard-Karls Universität

Tübingen (4 May 2007)

2007 “Towards an ethnography of immigrants’ transnational practices”, Institutionen för kultur och medier, Umeå (25 Jan 2007)

2006 “Micro-levels of transnationalism: Immigrants’ travel practices”, Institut für Sozialanthropologie,

Bern (30 Nov 2006)

2004 Tema etnicitet, Campus Norrköping, University of Linköping (inauguration meeting of the network “Transnationalism and diaspora” (26 Oct 2004)

2003 Dept. of Culture, Arts and Communication (in connection to the Nordisk Ministerråd’s project “Bridging The North”, 7 Oct 2003), Malmö University

2003 Dept. of East- and Central European Studies, Lund University (4 Feb 2003)

2001 Dept. of European Ethnology (“Politisk reflexivitet” seminar for Swedish PhD candidates in Ethnology), Lund University (16-18 Nov 2001)

1999 School of IMER (International Migration and Ethnic Relations), Malmö University 1999 Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Copenhagen

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1997 Dept. of Sociology, University of Milano

1995 Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas

1995 University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, Texas

1994 Dept. of Ethnology and Folklore Research, University of Bergen

1992 Dept. of European Ethnology, University of Copenhagen

1992 Ludwig-Uhland-Institut, University of Tübingen

- to general audiences:

2010 “Etnologisk undersökning av transnationell praxis”, Tema Modersmål, Fjärde rikskonferensen för modersmålslärare i kroatiska, Skolverlet & Burlovs kommun (Lund, 3 Dec 2010)

2009 “On Civilians in war”, Lilla teater, Lund (15 February 2009)

2000 “Humanistdagarna i Lund”, Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund University (7-8 April 2000) 1998 “Bosniendag” (Kulturarv utan gränser), museum Kulturen, Lund (27 Sept 1998)

1998 “Humanistdagarna i Lund”, Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund University (17-18 April 1998)

CONFERENCE PAPERS

2014

Hem, familj, släkt. Kontinuitet och förändring i förhållningssätt och praktiker, Åbo Akademi University, 13 Nov 2014

International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI) conference Images of Europe: Past, Present, Future (workshop ”Globalization in and of Europe: Local perspectives”), Porto, August 4 – 8, 2014 Paper: “Material enactments of shifting hierarchies: Emic perspectives on humanitarian aid in the 1990s war in Sarajevo”

European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 13th Biennial Conference (workshop “Food

parcels: intimate connexions in transnational migratio”), Tallin 31 July - 3 August 2014. Paper: ”Food as a matter of being: experiential continuity in transnational lives”

Sensitive objects: motion and emotion in material world, Dubrovnik, 23 – 25 April 2014. Paper: “Affects in narrative accounts of humanitarian aid in Sarajevo under siege”

2013

New Frontiers - Migration in the 21st Century, Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS),

Copenhagen, 16-17 Dec 2013. Paper: ”Habitual practices and fluent emplacements: a material culture perspective on transnational migration”

Post-immigration education of adult immigrants in international perspective, Soziologisches Forschungsinstitut (SOFI), Göttingen, 19-20 July 2013. Paper: “From professionals to pupils: post-immigration education of Bosnian refugees in Sweden” (with Inge Dahlstedt)

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Citizens at Heart? Immigrants Integration in European Perspectives, Uppsala, 1-2 March 2013. Paper: “Citizenship and trajectories of inclusion: some methodological reflections”

2012

The Ninth IMISCOE Annual Conference, Amsterdam, 28-29 Aug 2012. Paper: “The transnational life of objects: migrants’ material practices and their representations in museums”

Transnationalism and diasporas in a Nordic context, 16th Nordic Migration Research (NMR) conference,

Turku, 13-15 Aug 2012. Paper: “Failed inclusions: transnational employment and educational attempts among Bosnian Croats in Sweden”

The Meanings and Uses of Cosmopolitanism, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen, 21-24 June 2012. Paper: “Ethnographies of cosmopolitanism: a methodological discussion”

2011

Intergenerational differences as challenges for the emergent communities, Scientific Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana, 27 June 2011

2010

Labour Migration and Transnationalism in Europe: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives, Forschungsverbund FORMIG – Bavarian Research Association “Migration and knowledge”, Südost-Institut, Regensburg, 10–11 December 2010. Paper: “Why is the transnational paradigm useful? Considerations based on ethnographic research among the Croats in Sweden”

TRANSMIG: Transnational Practices in Migration, RICC, The University of Manchester, IMISCOE, and CEIFO, Stockholm University, Stockholm, 4-5 November 2010, paper “Material layers of transnational social fields”

“Exile and transnational lives”, 15th International Metropolis Conference Justice and Migration: Paradoxes

of Belonging, The Hague, 4-8 October 2010, paper “Material aspects of transnational lives: objects as the means of connection”

“Urban environments, immigrant incorporation – beyond a national perspective?”, 15th Nordic Migration

Research Conference, NMR and Malmö University, Malmö, 25-27 August 2010, paper “Malmö as an aspiring cosmopolitan city: places and practices”, workshop

2009

“Etnografije putovanja/Ethnographies of Travel”, Croatian Ethnological Society, Zagreb, 24 September 2009, paper “Migranti i predmeti: biti i pripadati u transnacionalnim društvenim prostorima”

“Cultural Diversity, Multilinguism and Ethnic Minorities in Sweden”, French Institute, Stockholm, 2-3 September 2009, paper “Diversity and similarity beyond ethnicity: migrants’ material practices”

“Pathways to Cosmopolitanism”, Research Institute of Cosmopolitan Cultures (RICC), Manchester, UK, 24-26 June 2009, paper “Towards an ethnography of cosmopolitanism: a walk through Malmö”

2008

“Ethnic Conflicts”, Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion (AHKR), University of Bergen, 1-2 December 2008, paper “Ethnicity: Myth and Reality (Learning from ethnographic research on post-Yugoslav wars)”

Refugees and Transnational Migration, Research-network on Transnationalism and Diaspora & DevNet, CEIFO & Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, 6-7 November 2008, paper “Migrants and objects: Material practices of being and belonging in transnational social fields”

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“Challenging Integration: Culture Research and the European Context”, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb, 2-4 October 2008, paper “Migrants and objects”

“Belonging embodied, reciprocity materialised: migrants’ transnational practices”, European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 10th biennial Conference, Ljubljana, 26-30 August 2008, paper

“Reciprocity materialised: Ethnicity and Class as Empirical Questions”

2007

“Place and movement – the tensions between sedentarism and mobility”, The 14th Nordic Migration Researchers Conference, Bergen, 14-16 November 2007, paper “Transnational Travel and the Sense of Place”

Before 2007

2006 European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 9th Biennial Conference (workshop “Peace

and Conflict Studies in Anthropology”), Bristol

2006 Mediterranean Ethnological Summer Symposium (MESS), a part of Ramses2 network - a Network of Excellence on Mediterranean Studies funded by the European Commission under the 6th Framework Programme, Piran

2005 Ethnology meets Museums, Kulturarv utan gränser (SIDA), Sarajevo

2005 Towards a New Balkan Cultural Studies, Istanbul Bilgi University and Swedish General Consulate,

Istanbul

2004 Hrvatsko-slovenske etnološke paralele, Croatian and Slovene Ethnological Societies, Motovun

2004 Transnationalism och diaspora, Tema etnicitet, University of Linköping, Campus Norrköping

2003 29th Congress of Nordic Ethnologists and Folklorists (workshop “Multiculturalism, migration and

diaspora”), Helsingør

2003 Transnational spaces: disciplinary perspectives, IMER, Malmö University 2003 Crossroads 2 (”Etnicitet, diaspora, integration”), Fittja – Botkyrka

2002 European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 7th biennial Conference (workshop “Stuck

between inside and outside – Hybrid identities and anthropological methodology”), Copenhagen

2002 Suffering and Recovery, Wenner-Gren workshop, Amenia, New York

2002 Staden och staten. Etnicitet, migration och medborgarskap, IMER conference (session ”Diaspora, migration, transnationalism”), Norrköping

2001 Articulating Europe. The Mobilisation of Cultural Heritage, Institute of European Ethnology, Humboldt Universität Berlin

2001 Cultural Boundaries in Europe: The Balkans in Focus, Centre for European Studies, Lund

2001 Times, Places, Passages: Ethnological Approaches in the New Millenium, Societé Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore (SIEF) 7th Congress, Budapest

2001 New Perspectives on Phenomenology and the Analysis of Culture, Inter-University Centre,

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2001 Multicultural Citizenship and Integration of Ethnic Minorities (workshop “Citizenship, transnationalism, and political mobilization of ethnic minorities”), AMID, Aalborg

2000 Doomed to free choice? Interpretations of childhood and youth in late modernity, Inter-University Centre, Dubrovnik

1999 New Approaches to Migration. Transnational Communities and the Transformation of Home, Sussex Centre for Migration Research & ESRC Transnational Communities Programme, Brighton 1998 European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 5th biennial Conference (workshop

“Manifestations of irrevocable strangeness”), Frankfurt am Main

1998 Collective Identities in an Era of Transformations. Analysing Developments in East and Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union, Dept. of Political Science, Lund

1998 Gewaltakteure und Gewalterfahrungen, Südosteuropa Gesellschaft, Leipzig

1998 Identity Formations in Diaspora and Exile, Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund

1997 American Anthropological Association 96th Annual Meeting (panel “Coming home? Immigrants,

refugees, and those who stayed behind”), Washington, DC

1995 American Anthropological Association 94th Annual Meeting (panel on women in post-socialist

countries), Washington, DC

1995 War, Exile, Everyday Life, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb

1994 Children and Nationalism, Norwegian centre for child research, Trondheim

1994 American Anthropological Association 93rd Annual Meeting (panel “Receptions of Violence:

Reactive After-Texts, After-Images and the Post-Ethnographic Site”), Atlanta, Georgia

1992 Violence and processes of culture, Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund

1992 Issues of Identity in Contemporary ‘Yugoslavia’: Antagonism and the Construction of Community,

Canterbury

1990 Societé Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore (SIEF) Congress, Bergen

1988 ICAES Congress (session “Folklore and historical process”), Zagreb

1985 Gegenwartsvolkskunde und Jugendkultur, Mattersburg

POSTGRADUATE TEACHING

- at PhD level:

2013-14 teaching and examining a PhD course “Ethnography of travel: migrants’ transnational practices” (in Croatian), Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb

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vt 2013 participating in teaching and defining the reading list for “Migration and Urban Studies (MUSA) introductory course”, MUSA PhD programme, Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University

vt 2008 creating, teaching and examining a PhD course “Ethnography of travel: migrants’ transnational practices” (in Croatian), Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, University of Zagreb

vt 2005 participating in teaching and defining the reading list of Moment 3, “Diaspora”, in PhD course “Teoretisk översiktskurs: Teori 1, Etnicitet, Nation, Rasism, Medborgarskap” (6 hp) at Theme Ethnicity, Campus Norrköping, Linköping University

vt 2004 participating in teaching and defining the reading list for “Moment III: Transnationalism and the future” of the PhD course at Theme Ethnicity, Campus Norrköping, University of Linköping 2001 lecturing in the seminar “Politisk reflexivitet” for Swedish PhD students in Ethnology (Dept. of

European Ethnology, Lund University, 16-18 November 2001)

ht 1999 compact seminar on identity and place for graduate students in ethnology (2-5 November 1999) at IKK (Institute for Culture and Arts), University of Bergen

- at Masters level:

2011-13 lecturing on ethnographic methods in GPS Masters programme, Dept. of Global Political Studies, Malmö University

vt 2011 MA seminar series connected to the project “The transnational life of objects: material practices of migrants’ being and belonging” (financed 2011-13 by The Swedish Research Council,

code 2010-33187-77170-219)at the Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare, Malmö University (Spring semester 2011)

vt and ht 2010 creating and teaching Module 1 (7,5 ECTS) of the Masters course “Diaspora, Community, Intersectionality” (15 ECTS), Masters programme in Global Political Studies, Malmö University vt 2009 teaching in the course “Current research in IMER field”, Masters programme in IMER, Malmö

University

vt 2008 teaching and examining the course “Global conflict scenarios” (7,5 ECTS), Masters programme in Peace and Conflict Studies, Malmö University

2005-06 creating an individual masters study programme (“Anthropology of violence and fear”), supervising and examining Luna Jurančič Sribar, Dept. of Cultural Anthropology, Ljubljana University

vt 2001 teaching and examining in the D-level course “Aktuell kulturteori” (ETN 104, 61-80 hp), Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund University

vt 2000 creating, teaching, and examining the D-level course “Transnational communities: cultural perspectives” (ETN 104/2, 71-80 hp), Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund University

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- Masters theses supervisions

Tindra Englund, One-year Masters Programme in Global Political Studies, Malmö University (MA thesis

Live action role play (larp) in a context of conflict: An ethnographic study of larp in Ramallah”;

grade: A), vt 2014

Kristyna Peychlova, Two-year Masters Programme in IMER, Malmö University (MA thesisThe role of materiality in transnational family relationships of Czech migrants in Sweden”; grade: A), vt 2012

Christina Hansen, Peace and Conflict Studies, Malmö University (D-level thesis “Learning for development: Constructing inclusive work relations in a nature conservation project in Dondo, Mozambique”; grade: A), vt 2010

Katrina Hirvonen, Peace and Conflict Studies, Malmö University (D-level thesis “Different ways of understanding violence: A comparison of the framing of violence in media coverage and among peace advocates in Southern Thailand”; grade: A), vt 2010

Anja Westberg, Peace and Conflict Studies, Malmö University (D-level thesis “Media portrayals of the Russian-Chechen conflict: Representations of political violence and identity - a discourse analysis”; grade: A), ht 2009

Ida Grändås, Peace and Conflict Studies, Malmö University (D-level thesis “Negotiating Srebrenica: Relations between young people’s and donor agencies’ initiatives and experiences” (grade: A), ht 2007

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

- Ludwig-Uhland-Institut für empirische Kulturforschung, Universität Tübingen:

vt 1992 creating, teaching and supervising the seminar “Anthropologie der Angst”, together with Gisela Welz

- Dept. of European Ethnology, Lund University:

vt 2001–vt 2011 teaching in the course “Kulturvariationer i Europa” (ETN 102) vt 2001–ht 2008 teaching in the course “Becoming European” (ETN 103)

- School of IMER, Malmö University:

vt 2009 creating the course “Etnografiska metoder” (PA202S, 15 hp) / “Ethnographic methods” (PA202E; 15 ECTS)

vt-ht 2007 responsible for the B-level Method course at Peace and Conflict Studies (Swedish and English programme)

ht 2006 – vt2009 teaching and re-forming Moment 4: ”Media och krig” (7,5 hp) / Module 4: “War and the Media” (7,5 ECTS), Freds- och konflikt vetenskap I, 1-30 / Peace and Conflict Studies I, 1-30

ht 2006+ supervising and examining C-level essays at Peace and Conflict Studies ht 2006-ht2008 supervising B-level essays at Peace and Conflict Studies

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ht 2006–ht 2009 creating and teaching Moment 4: “Civila under krig” (7,5 hp) / Module 4: “Civilians in War” (7,5 ECTS), Antropologi I, 1-30 / Anthropology I, 1-30

ht 2006 organising a workshop “Pursuing Conflict: Examples from Chechnya” involving students and teachers at Peace and Conflict Studies, 8 Dec 2006

ht 2005 creating and teaching the module “Politisk våld i antropologiskt perspektiv” (5 hp), Politisk antropologi, 1-20

vt 2003 creating and teaching the module “Krigets vardag” (5 hp), Freds- och konflikt vetenskap I, 1-20

- Faculty of Culture and Society, Dept. of Global Political Studies, Malmö University:

ht 2010+ creating and teaching the 7.5 ECTS module “Civilians in and after war”, within the course FK201E/FK201S, “Civil society actors in local, national and international contexts” (15 ECTS); course responsible

ht 2010 creating and acting responsible teacher for the course FK201E, “Civil society actors in local, national and international contexts” (15 ECTS), = FK201S, “Det civila samhällets aktörer och verkansfält” (15 hp), 4th semester of the Peace and Conflict Studies

Programme

vt 2010+ co-creating, teaching and examining the C-level course "Från teori till forskningsresultat i freds- och konfliktvetenskap", Moment 1 (15hp), Freds-och konflikt vetenskap III, 61-90 hp (FK103S) = "From Theory to Research Results in Peace and Conflict Studies” , Module 1 (15 ECTS), Peace and Conflict Studies III, 61-90 ECTS (FK103E); course responsible

vt 2010+ teaching in the GPS Method course (B-level, for all programme students at GPS)

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

2012 Member, Committee nominating the Dean (Ledamot i nomineringskommittén för ny dekan, KS), Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University

2011-12 Chair, Board of PhD Supervisors (Handledarkollegiet), Department of Global Political Studies, Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University

2011+ Member of the Board for MUSA (Samordningsorgan för forskarutbildningsomradet Migration, urbanisering och samhllsomvandling), PhD programme at the Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University

2011+ Member of FFN (Forskning och forskarutbildningsnämnd)in the capacity of Research Coordinator (forskningskoordinator) at the Department of Global Political Studies, Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University

2011 Member of the PhD supervisors’ board Handledarkollegiet vid IMER/SMS, Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University

2011 Participant in the process of PhD Candidates selection, for MUSA programme at the Faculty of Culture and Society, Malmö University

2011 Appointed engagement in the Faculty of Culture and Society’s working group preparing the application to Högskoleverket, concerning PhD-education rights in the field of Migration,

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2010 Appointed engagement in the Migrationsprofil working group preparing the application to

Högskoleverket, concerning PhD-education rights in the field of International Migration and Ethnic Relations, at Malmö University

2009-2012 Member of the PhD supervisors’ board - Handledarkollegiet vid Tema Etnicitet/REMESO, Campus Norrköping, Linköping University

vt 2005 Course coordinator for the PhD course “Teoretisk översiktskurs: Teori 1, Etnicitet, Nation, Rasism, Medborgarskap” (6 hp) at Theme Ethnicity, Campus Norrköping, Linköping University 2001-05 Organising and moderating research seminars for PhD students at IMER, Malmö University,

held by the Guest Professors in the memory of Willy Brandt

Oct 2001-March 2006 Organising and moderating the Willy Brandt Guest Professor’s research seminars and public lectures at Malmö University, their contacts with the undergraduate and graduate students, as well as their contacts with the Swedish media, Malmö City and other public institutions

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND NETWORKS

2014-18 Member of primary network, FP7 SOURCE Network of Excellence (SOURCE - Virtual centre of excellence for research support and coordination on societal security)

http://cordis.europa.eu/projects/rcn/111499_en.html and www.societalsecurity.net

2012+ Leader of TRANSMIG - Transnational Practices in Migration, an international multidisciplinary research-group within IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe) Research Network

2010+ Member of the TRANSMIG research group within IMISCOE 2010+ Member of the IMISCOE network

2008-11 Swedish representative, member of the Board, Nordic Migration Research organization (NMR) 2004-10 Member of “Transnationalism and diaspora”, a FAS-supported Swedish research network, led

by Erik Olsson (CEIFO, Stockholm)

1997+ Member of European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 1990+ Member of Societé Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore (SIEF)

1990-2010 Member of Croatian Sociological Society (Hrvatsko sociološko društvo - HSD) 1980+ Member of Croatian Ethnological Society (Hrvatsko etnološko društvo – HED)

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