Jovana Vukcevic

Jovana Vukcevic is currently working as a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher in the urbanHIST project (Spain, France, Slovakia and Italy), developing a research on commodification and disneyfication of uncomfortable heritage of totalitarian regimes in Europe. Previously, she held the positions of teaching assistant at the University of Montenegro, researcher at Leipzig Graduate School Global and area studies, start-up scholar at Bielefeld University and ZEIT Stiftung’s pre-doctoral fellow. She obtained her Erasmus Mundus Master degree from Charles University of Prague and EHESS Paris in the field of European studies. She also holds BA in Economics from University of Montenegro and MA in Management from University of Nice. She presented at academic conferences in Berlin, Dublin, Paris, Florence, Warsaw, etc. and participated in number of European trainings and programs in the field of academia, youth development and media. Her main research interests relate to heritage and memory management, post-socialist urban and cultural transformations, dark tourism, as well as the public uses of history and (institutionalised) memory.
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