Teaching

Current Courses

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Comparative Politics, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, undergraduate. <in English: syllabus Spring 2021 on request; in B/H/S: syllabus Spring 2021 on request>

Post-Conflict Societies and Statebuilding, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, undergraduate. <in English: syllabus Spring 2021 on request>

Foreign Policy Analysis, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, graduate. <in English: syllabus Spring 2021 on request>

Comparative Democratization and Authoritarianism, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, graduate. <in English: syllabus Fall 2020 on request>

Democratization and Authoritarianism in Southeast Europe, University of Salzburg & University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science: Joint Master Political Science – Integration & Governance, elective graduate course. <in English: syllabus Fall 2020 on request>.

Democracy and Authoritarianism, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, elective doctoral course. <in B/H/S and English: syllabus Fall 2019 on request>

Previous Courses

Comparative Politics, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, undergraduate; Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017 <in English>; Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2019, Spring 2020 <in B/H/S>.

Non-State Actors in Global Politics, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, undergraduate; Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Fall 2018 <in English>.

Post-Conflict Societies and Statebuilding, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, undergraduate; Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2019, Spring 2020 <in English>.

Public Opinion, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, undergraduate; Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016 <in B/H/S>.

Foreign Policy Analysis, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, graduate; Fall 2017, Spring 2019, Spring 2020 <in English>.

Comparative Democratization, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, graduate; Fall 2018, Fall 2019 <in English>.

Democratization and Authoritarianism in Southeast Europe, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science & University of Salzburg: Joint Master Political Science – Integration & Governance, elective graduate course; Fall 2019 <in English>.

Democracy and Authoritarianism, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, elective doctoral course; Spring 2018 <in B/H/S>.

Political Parties in the European Union, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, graduate; Fall 2017, Fall 2018 <in B/H/S>

Ethnic Conflict Regulation, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Science, graduate (co-taught with N. Vladisavljević & R. Jakešević); Spring 2016 <in English>

Designing Institutions for Democracy and Conflict Management in Southeastern Europe, Université de Fribourg, Interfaculty Institute for Central and Eastern Europe, elective block course; Spring 2016 <in English>


GUEST LECTURES, SEMINARS AND INVITED TALKS

Highlighted Guest Lectures

Guest speaker: Peacebuilding: Approaches to Reducing Ethnoreligious Conflict. The pros and cons of power-sharing. Harvard University, Government Department, GOV94. Online, October 2020.

Virtual roundtable: Democracy in South East Europe: Backsliding or new normal? Oxford University, St Antony’s College, SEESOX. Online, January 2021.

Virtual roundtable: Democratic backsliding in the Western Balkans. Association for the Study of Nationalities, #VirtualASN. Online, June 2020. <https://bit.ly/3phIYhA>

 Other Guest Lectures, Seminars and Invited Talks (selected)

Guest lecture: Competitive Authoritarianism and the 2020 Elections in Southeast Europe. Université Libre de Bruxelles, CEVIPOL. Online, June 2021.

Seminar: Establishing citizenship assemblies in a divided city: the case study of Mostar. University of Sarajevo, Summer School: Advancing democracy. Online, May 2021.

Guest lecture: Implications of Power-Sharing as a Peacebuilding Mechanism after Ethnic Conflict. University of Trento, EUWeBER Jean Monnet Chair. Online, May 2021.

Guest lecture: Conflict Management Through Power-Sharing in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Saint Joseph University Beirut, ArMA. Online, April 2021.

Virtual roundtable: Deep State and State Capture. Oxford University, The Europaeum, Scholars Programme Rule of Law in Europe. Online, March 2021.

Virtual roundtable: 25 Years of the Dayton Agreement: Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Uneasy Peace. Association for the Study of Nationalities, #VirtualASN. Online, December 2020. <https://bit.ly/34k2Ib8>

Guest lecture: Reconstructing Communities: Insights from the Balkans (UTC2410A). National University of Singapore, College of Alice & Peter Tan. Online, May 2020.

Invited talk: Political Systems in Western Balkan countries. Progressive Politics in the Western Balkans, Foundation Boris Divković. Sarajevo, March 2020.

Panel Discussion: Possible Models for Europe and the Balkans: Between Politics and Law. Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa & Embassy of Italy in BiH: Italy and BiH – The Balkans and the EU from One Century to the Other. Sarajevo, November 2019.

Keynote speaker: Challenges to the Culture of Peace in a Changing World. International Association of Peace Messenger Cities: 30th General Assembly. Sarajevo, Sept 2019.

Roundtable: International Statebuilding in Bosnia & Herzegovina and North Macedonia. International Political Science Association, RC14 Politics and Ethnicity: Diversity and Democratic Governance. Sarajevo, June 2019.

Seminar: Democracy in a multiethnic society and the threat of illiberal politics. Science Po, Le Centre de recherches internationals. Paris, April 2019.

Seminar: The rise of illiberal politics and competitive authoritarianism in Southeast Europe. International Institute of Social Studies. The Hague, March 2019.

Guest lecture: European but not EU: Inside-outside perceptions and concerns on the path to European integration. University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society. Turin, November 2018.

Seminar: Democratic Attitudes Among Youth in Southeast Europe. Waseda University, WINPEC/CPPE Seminar. Tokyo, October 2018.

Guest lecture: The Future of EU Enlargement in the Western Balkans. University of Malaya, Asia-Europe Institute. Kuala Lumpur, August 2018.

Seminar: Democratic Representation in Multi-Ethnic States. Breaking Boundaries—Humanity in Action Summer Fellowship in Sarajevo. Sarajevo, June 2017.

Invited talk: The Crisis of Democracy. University of Graz, Center for Southeast European Studies. May 2017.

Seminar: Public Authority Beyond Hybrid Governance. International Institute of Social Studies. The Hague, April 2017.

Guest lecture: Europe from Outside: European but not EU. University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society. Turin, October 2016.

Keynote speaker: Peacebuilding in the Western Balkans: Challenges and Opportunities. UNDP BiH & EU-EEAS: Western Balkans Regional Workshop on Strengthening Regional Collaboration Between the EU and UN in Conflict Prevention. Sarajevo, October 2015.

Guest lectures: Minderheiten in Europa, and Demokratisierung im multiethnischen Bosnien und Herzegowina. Universität Regensburg, Europaeum. Regensburg, May 2015.