Advisory Board

Professor Jovo Bakić


Professor Jovo Bakić

CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME   

Jovo Bakić 

ADDRESS 

 

Paunova 91, Belgrade, 11 040, Serbia

 TELEPHONE

 +381 11 2669 055

 MOBILE 

 

+381 63 447982

 E-MAIL

 jbakic@f.bg.ac.rs

 NATIONALITY

 Serbian

 DATE OF BIRTH

 23 March 1970

                               

  • SUMMARY: I have been dealing with the national conflicts in ex-Yugoslavia. I have especially focused on Serbian and Croatian nationalisms and the idea and ideologies of Yugoslavism before the WWI, during the War, and between the two World Wars. Foreign press writing on dissolution of the Socialist Yugoslavia and the Wars of Its Succession has also been in the focus of my attention. In the context, the stereotypes of the Balkans, and particularly of the Serbs, have always been a very important subject of my interest. I defended the Ph.D. thesis Shifts in the Interpretations of the Death of Yugoslavia. To sum up, I am deeply interested in theories of ethnicity, nation and nationalism, national minorities, refugees, conflict and war studies, different ideologies, ex-Yugoslavia, and its successor states.
EDUCATION

(2010) University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Donahue Institute, Institute for American Politics and Political Thought.

(2009) University of Helsinki, Department of Social Science History, IMESS Scholar, Post-doctoral fellowship, Erasmus Mundus.

(2009) University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, Ph.D. (Supervisor, Full Professor Todor Kuljić, Ph.D.)

(2006) Olympia Summer Seminars: War, Conflict and Identity. Kokkalis Foundation and Yale University. (Director Stathis Kalyvas, Ph.D, Arnold Wolfers Professor of Political Science)

(2004) University of Oxford, Faculty of Modern History, Department of history, Post-graduate course in Modern history of the Balkans (Chevening Scholarship of the FCO/OSI; Supervisor, Full Professor Richard Crampton, Ph.D.)

(2002) University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, Master of Arts, average grade: 9,80. (6 the lowest-10 the highest) (Supervisor, Full Professor Todor Kuljić, Ph.D.)

(2000) International Summer School of Sociology, Igalo, Montenegro (director, Full Professor Mladen Lazić, Ph.D.)

(1999) International Summer School of Sociology, Igalo, Montenegro (director, Full Professor Mladen Lazić, Ph.D.)

(1998) International Summer School of Sociology, Budva, Montenegro (director, Full Professor Mladen Lazić, Ph.D.)

(1996) University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, Bachelor of Arts, average grade: 9,19. (Supervisor, Full Professor Todor Kuljić, Ph.D.).

EMPLOYMENT TO DATE

2009-                     Assistant Professor in Political Sociology at the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

2002-2009            Teaching Assistant in Political Sociology at the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

         1998-2002                   Teaching Assistant in Political Sociology at the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

  1997-1998                          Researcher at the at the Institute for Sociological Research, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

SKILLS

Computer literate: Word, SPSS, Excel, Power Point, Internet.

Professional positions

Editor-in-Chief of Sociologija 2011-2012

Member of the Ethical Committee of the Serbian Sociological Association 2009-2012

LANGUAGES

  • English- Excellent reading, writing and speaking ability.
  • Spanish- Reading ability.
  • German- Reading ability.
  • Macedonian- Reading ability.
  • Slovenian- Reading ability.
  • Bulgarian- Reading ability.
  • Serbian (Bosnian, Croatian)- Mother tongue.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2013. „Populizam ili demagogija u političkom životu Srbije?“ (“Populism or demagogy at the Serbian political scene?”). In: Mladen Lazić i Slobodan Cvejić (ed). Promene osnovnih struktura društva Srbije u periodu ubrzane transformacije (Changes in basic social structures in Serbia in the period of accelerated transition). Beograd: ISI i Čigoja.

2013. „Mari-Žanin Čalić (2013). ’Istorija Jugoslavije u 20. veku’ (’History of Yugoslavia in the 20th century’). Beograd: Clio.“ Sociologija (u štampi).

2013. „Delanje organizacija srpske krajnje desnice u cyber-prostoru“ (Serbian extreme right the cyberspace“), u: (ur) Jelinčić, J. i Ilić, S. Politički ekstremizam u cyber prostoru Srbije. Zrenjanin: CRCD.

2013. Mirko Kosić i nacija: opšte ideološko usmerenje, teorijsko poimanje nacije i nacionalno opredeljenje.“ Hereticus, Vol. X / No. 3-4, str. 129-149. (Mirko Kosić and nation: ideological orientation, theoretical concept of the nation, and national identity).

2013. Right-Wing Extremism in Serbia“. Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

2012. „Kraj Jugoslavije: kritika nacionalizma i kritika imperijalizma. Odgovor Vladimiru Iliću“ (The End of Yugoslavia: Critique of Nationalism and Critique of Imperialism. Answer to Vladimir Ilić). Sociologija, Vol. LIV/No.4, str. 731-738.

2011. Jugoslavija: razaranje i njegovi tumači (Yugoslavia: destruction and its interpreters). Beograd: Službeni glasnik i Filozofski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu.

2011. Jugoslovenstvo Josipa Broza Tita: kontinuitet ili diskontinuitet? U: Tito – viđenja i tumačenja: zbornik radova. (Yugoslavism of Josip Broz Tito: continuity or discontinuity? In: Tito – perspectives and interpretations: international conference paper). Beograd: Institut za noviju istoriju Srbije i Arhiv Jugoslavije.

2010. “Nova Evropa: između prečanskog integralnog i hrvatskog minimalnog jugoslovenstva“, u: Nedić Marko i Matović Vesna (ur.) Nova Evropa 1920-1941. (’’Nova Evropa: between integral Yugoslavism of the Serbs outside of Serbia and Croatian minimalistic Yugoslavism“). Beograd: Institut za književnost i umetnost.

2010. “Činioci predviđanja kraja Jugoslavije”. Sociologija, Vol. LII, (Special Edition “Five Decades of Sociology in Serbia”), pp. 121-147. (“The Prediction Factors of The End of Yugoslavia”).

2010. „Osvrt na srbocentrično viđenje raspada SFRJ u delu Džejmsa Gaua“. (“James Gow’s Serbocentric understanding of disintegration of the former Yugoslavia”). Teme, Vol. XXXIV/No. 1, pp. 389-394.

2009. (with Gazela Pudar) “The Yugoslav succession wars and the war for symbolic hegemony”, in: (ed.) Pål Kolstø, Media Discourse and the Yugoslav Conflicts: Representations of Self and Other. Aldershot: Ashgate.

2009. “Extreme-Right Ideology, Practice and Supporters: Case Study of the Serbian Radical Party”. Journal of Contemporary European Studies. Vol. 17/No. 2, pp. 193-207.

2009. „Bosna i sociologija – moral i saznanje: Kritički osvrt na knjigu: Keith Doubt: Sociologija nakon Bosne“. Sociološki pregled, Vol. XLIII/No. 1, str. 125-134. („Bosnia and Sociology – moral and knowledge: Review Article of Sociology after Bosnia by Keith Doubt“).

2009. “Srbocentrična hipoteza o raspadu SFRJ u delu Sabrine Petre Ramet”. Sociologija, Vol. LI/No. 1, str. 93-104. (“Sabrina Petra Ramet’s Serbocentric hypothesis about disintegration of Yugoslavia”).

2008. “Značenje i značaj ‘razbijanja SFRJ’ za uobličavanje levičarskih ideologija posle pada Berlinskog zida”, str. 139-179, u: (ur.) Ivica Mladenović i Milena Timotijević, Sloboda, jednakost, solidarnost i internacionalizam: izazovi i perspektive savremene levice u Srbiji. (Meaning and significance of ‘destruction of SFRY’ for articulation of the leftist ideologies after the fall of the Berlin Wall. In: (ed). Ivica Mladenović and Milena Timotijević, Liberty, Egality, Solidarity and Internationalism: challenges and perspectives of contemporary Left in Serbia).Beograd: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

2008. “Levičarsko-anarhistička kritika američkog imperijalizma u tumačenju nestanka Jugoslavije”, str. 227-256, u: (ur.) Sreten Vujović, Društvo rizika: promene, nejednakosti i socijalni problemi u današnjoj Srbiji. (Leftist interpretations of disappearance of Yugoslavia and critics of American imperialism, in (ed.) Sreten Vujović, Society of risk: changes, inequalities and social problems in contemporary Serbia). Beograd: Institut za sociološka istraživanja Filozofskog fakulteta u Beogradu.

2008. “Problemi politikološkog formalizma, naučnog provincijalizma i politizacije politikologa: Osvrt na knjigu Dušana Pavlovića i Slobodana Antonića: Konsolidacija demokratskih ustanova u Srbiji posle 2000. godine, str. 39-55, u: (pr.) Dušan Pavlović, Konsolidacija demokratskih ustanova u Srbiji - Godinu dana posle. (Problems of formalism, provintialism and politicization of political scientists: Review article of Dušan Pavlović’s and Slobodan Antonić’s Consolidation of democratic institutuions in Serbia after 2000. In: (ed.) Dušan Pavlović, Conolidation of democratic institutions in Serbia – a year after.) Beograd: JP Službeni glasnik.

2007. Radikalne ideološko-političke krajnosti savremene Srbije. Hereticus, Vol. V / No. 2, pp. 31-66. (Radical ideological and political extremes in contemporary Serbia. Hereticus.)

2006. “Teorijsko-istraživački pristupi etničkoj vezanosti (ethnicity), nacionalizmu i naciji”, Sociologija, XLVIII/No. 3, str. 231-264. (Theoretical and research approaches to the ethnicity, nationalism and nation. Sociology.)

2005. »Fašizam u Jugoslaviji 1918-1941«. Nova srpska politička misao, Vol. XI/No. 1-4, str. 21-44. (Fascism in Yugoslavia 1918-1941. The New Serbian Political Thought.)

2005. “Političke stranke umerene i krajnje desnice u Srbiji”. Nova srpska politička misao, Vol. XI/No. 1-4, str. 105-123. (Moderate Right and Extreme Right Political Parties in Serbia. (The New Serbian Political Thought.)

2004. Ideologije jugoslovenstva između srpskog i hrvatskog nacionalizma 1918-1941. Sociološko-istorijska studija. Zrenjanin: Gradska Narodna Biblioteka “Žarko Zrenjanin”. (Ideologies of Yugoslavism between Serbian and Croatian Nationalism 1918-1941.)

2004. “Zwischen Rehtsliberalismus und –extremismus”, Ost-West Gegeninformationen (Die Rechte in Ost und Suedosteuropa: Programm und Politik), Jg. 16, Nr. 3/2004

2000. “Ideologija jugoslovenstva. Realno jugoslovenstvo 1904-1918”. Nova srpska politička misao, Beograd, no. 1-2, pp. 285-315. (Ideologies of Yugoslavism. Realistic Yugoslavism 1904-1918. The New Serbian Political Thought.)

1999. “Stereotipi o Srbima u javnostima pojedinih zapadnih nacija”. Nova srpska politička misao, Beograd, no. 1-2, pp. 27-57. (The Stereotypes on the Serbs in the publics of some Werstern Nations. Content analysis. The New Serbian Political Thought.)

1998. “Da li su Srbi prepoznati kao neprijatelji u zapadnom javnom mnenju?” Sociološki pregled, Beograd, no. 1, pp. 3-31. (Have the Serbs been recognized as an enemy in the Western public opinion? Content analysis. The Sociological Review.)

1998. “Istraživački pristupi ideologijama jugoslovenstva”. Srpska politička misao, Beograd, no. 1-4, pp. 79-112. (Research approaches to the ideologies of Yugoslavism. Serbian Political Thought.)

1997. “Pisanje strane štampe o raspadu Jugoslavije i krivcima za rat (Januar 1991-April 1992)”. Sociologija, Beograd, no. 3, pp. 401-423. (Foreign press writing on disintegration of Yugoslavia and the culprits for the war. Content analysis. Sociology.)

1997. „Vojin Milić i nacija“. Sociologija. Beograd, No. 4, str. 589-608. (Vojin Milić and nation).

 
 

Belgrade, December 2013