Sanja Bojanić

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Sanja Bojanić teaches at the Academy of Applied Arts and is the Executive Director of the Center for Advanced Studies in Southeast Europe (CAS SEE), the University of Rijeka, Rijeka. Philosophy of culture, semiotics and queer studies with a focus on contemporary forms of gender, race and class, are the fields of her interests within which she publishes professional publications. [1]

Sanja Bojanić studied Philosophy at the University of Belgrade and Women and Gender Studies as well as Hypermedia Studies at the University of Paris 8, where she subsequently received her PhD. Her studies led her to interdisciplinary research based on experimental artistic practices but also queer studies and particularities of the Affect Theory. She worked, inter alia, at the Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (Louvre, Paris), at the Nouvel Observateur (Paris) and at the Laboratory for Evaluation and Development of Digital Editing at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (Paris Nord, St. Denis). Starting from 2010, she mentored and supervised several field studies and projects on gender, education, family and poverty, patronized by the Swiss Agency for Higher Education and Regional Research Promotion Program, which is aimed at fostering and promoting social science research in the Western Balkans. In 2014, she and her team launched a project on building and strengthening Family-School Partnership in Serbia and Vojvodina financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. [2]