Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • 2018 ‘The Everyday Life of a Homo Sacer. Enclave Urbanism in Podgorica, Montenegro’. Südosteuropa 66(1): 10-26.
  • 2018 ‘Epistemological Eclecticism: Difference and the “Other” in the Balkans and Beyond’. Anthropological Theory 18(1): 106-128.
  • 2016 ‘Depoliticization "from Below": Everyday Humanitarianism in Bosnia and Herzegovina’. Narodna umjetnost: Special Issue on the 12th SIEF Congress 53(1): 97–115.
  • 2016 ‘Scaling Humanitarianism: Humanitarian Actions in a Bosnian Town’. Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology 81(1): 99-124.
  • 2015 ‘Management of Ambiguity. Favours and Flexibility in Bosnia and Herzegovina’. Social Anthropology 23(3): 268–282.
  • 2015 ‘Rethinking World Anthropologies Through Fieldwork. Perspectives on “Extended Stay” and “Back and Forth” Methodologies’, with Andrew Hodges. Anthropological Notebooks 21(1): 107–120.
  • 2014 ‘Surviving in a Moveopticon: Humanitarian Actions in Bosnia and Herzegovina’. Contemporary Southeastern Europe 1(2): 42–60.
  • 2009 ‘“Floating Signifiers”: Negotiations of the National on the Internet forum Café del Montenegro’. Südosteuropa 57(1): 55–69.

Book Chapters

  • 2019 ‘A Lively Border’, with Stef Jansen. In Everyday Life in the Balkans, edited by David W. Montgomery. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (forthcoming)
  • 2019 ‘Local Community and Ethical Citizenship. Neoliberal Reconfigurations of Social Care System’. In The Politics of Care – Care as Politics, edited by Sabine Kienitz, Sabine Hess, Beate Binder. Barbara Budrich Publishers. (forthcoming)
  • 2018 ‘Štela (Bosnia and Herzegovina)’, with Karla Kutkova. In The Global Encyclopaedia of Informality, Volume 1, pp. 54-58. Edited by Alena Ledeneva. London: University College London Press.
  • 2016 ‘Introduction. New Ethnographic Perspectives on Mature Bosnia and Herzegovina’, with Stef Jansen and Vanja Čelebičić. In Negotiating Social Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, pp. 1-27. Edited by Stef Jansen, Čarna Brković, and Vanja Čelebičić. New York: Routledge.
  • 2016 ‘Flexibility of Veze / Štele. Negotiating Social Protection’. In Negotiating Social Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, pp. 94-108. Edited by Stef Jansen, Čarna Brković, and Vanja Čelebičić. New York: Routledge.
  • 2016 ‘Queering as Europeanization, Europeanization as Queering’, with Danijel Kalezić. In LGBT Activism and Europeanisation in the Post-Yugoslav Space, pp. 155-177. Edited by Bojan Bilić. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • 2015 ‘Brokering the Grey Zones: Pursuits of Favours in a Bosnian Town’. In Ethnographies of Grey Zones in Eastern Europe, pp. 57–72. Edited by Ida Harboe and Martin Demant Frederiksen. London: Anthem Press.
  • 2014 ‘The Quest for Legitimacy: Discussing Language and Sexuality in Montenegro’. In Mirroring Europe. Ideas of Europe and Europeanization in Balkan Societies, pp. 161–185. Edited by Tanja Petrović. Leiden: Brill.
  • 2013 ‘Ambiguous Notions of “National Self” in Montenegro’. In The Ambiguous Nation. Case Studies from Southeastern Europe in the 20th Century, pp. 131–149. Edited by Ulf Brunnbauer and Hannes Grandits. München: Oldenbourg Verlag.

Peer-Reviewed Articles in Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian

  • 2012 ‘Potraga za vezama kao konstitutivni element biološkog aspekta državljanstva u bosanskom gradu na granici’. (Pursuit of Relations as a Constitutive Element of Biological Aspect of Citizenship in a Bosnian Border Town) Antropologija 12(2): 123–144.
  • 2010 ‘Šta drugi misle o meni? Protivljenje feminizmu, menopauza i javnost u postsocijalističkom kontekstu’. (What do the Others Think of me? The Public, Menopause, and Allergy to Feminism in a Post-Socialist Context) Genero 14: 3–23.
  • 2008 ‘Upravljanje osjećanjima pripadanja: Antropološka analiza “kulture“ i “identiteta” u Ustavu Republike Srbije’. (Governing Senses of Belonging: Anthropological Analysis of “Culture” and “Identity” in the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia) Etnoantropološki problemi 3(2): 59–76.

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