Teaching staff, University of Belgrade - FPS

 

A.

Compulsory Module: Introduction

ECTS

L&SE

Introduction to the interdisciplinary approach
The lecture introduces to the basics and interrelationship of law, politics, economics and cultural studies. The seminar will discuss interdisciplinary research methodologies and discuss interdisciplinary approaches based on different core readings and presentations.

 

Dušan Pavlović
Associate Prof., Faculty of Political Sciences. Other courses taught: Contemporary Political Economy (with public choice), New Institutionalism in Political Science, Rational Choice for Political Science. More: http://web.mac.com/dusan.pavlovic/mypage/About_Me.html

 

Nebojša Vladisavljević
Associate Prof., Faculty of Political Sciences. Other courses taught: Political System of Serbia, Political Systems of New Democracies, Political Systems of South-Eastern Europe, Methodological Research Seminar, Consolidation of Democracy, Political Institutions and Processes. More: http://www.fpn.bg.ac.rs/en/teachers-and-staff/prof-nebojsa-vladisavljevic/

 

Marina Simić
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences. Other courses taught: Theory of Culture. More: http://www.fpn.bg.ac.rs/nastavnici-i-saradnici/docenti/dr-marina-simic/

 

Dejan Pavlović
Assistant Prof., Faculty of Political Sciences. Other courses taught: Basics of Law. More: http://www.fpn.bg.ac.rs/nastavnici-i-saradnici/asistenti/mr-dejan-pavlovic/

10

SE

History of South East Europe
The seminar gives an introduction to historical development of South East Europe from the 18th century until the late 20th century.

 

Slobodan Marković
Associate Prof., Faculty of Political Sciences. Other courses taught: Political Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, The Image of the Other, Political Anthropology of the Balkans, Historical Legacy and Modernization.

More: http://www.fpn.bg.ac.rs/en/teachers-and-staff/prof-slobodan-markovic/

6

 

Total

16

 

B.

Compulsory Module: Public Law and Politics in South East Europe

ECTS

L&SE

Political and constitutional systems in Southeastern Europe
The lecture offers a broad constitutional and political portrait of the South East European states with the aim to enable students to understand the context, current varieties and perspectives of the SEE internal politics.

 

Jovan Teokarević
Associate Prof. Other courses taught: Comparative Politics, Political Systems of New Democracies, Political Systems of South-Eastern Europe, Transition and Consolidation of Democracy in Post-communist Societies. More: http://www.fpn.bg.ac.rs/nastavnici-i-saradnici/vanredni-profesori/dr-jovan-teokarevic/

10

L

European integration and enlargement
The lecture explores the processes of deepening and widening of the EU in light of integration theories (federalism, neo-functionalism, intergovernmentalism, multilevel governance)

 

Tanja Miščević
Associate Prof., Faculty of Political Sciences. Other courses taught: European Integration and Enlargement, International Organizations, The UN System. More: http://www.fpn.bg.ac.rs/en/teachers-and-staff/prof-tanja-miscevic/

 

Rory Archer

Mellon Post- Doctoral Fellow SSEES UCL SLASH. A social historian who works on the 20th century Balkans. He is interested in labour, gender, (post)socialism and the ways in which macro level events and processes are experienced, understood and negotiated in micro, everyday contexts. He received his PhD in History from the University of Graz in December 2015 (supervised by Florian Bieber and Karl Kaser). He coedited a book on this topic titled Social inequalities and discontent in Yugoslav Socialism (Routledge 2016). More: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees/rory-archer

 

 

Jovan Teokarević
Associate Prof. Other courses taught: Comparative Politics, Political Systems of New Democracies, Political Systems of South-Eastern Europe, Transition and Consolidation of Democracy in Post-communist Societies, EU and the Balkans, EU Foreign Policy. More: http://www.fpn.bg.ac.rs/nastavnici-i-saradnici/vanredni-profesori/dr-jovan-teokarevic/

4

SE

Human rights, minority protection and conflict management
During the seminar the universal and regional legal instruments for human rights and minority protection and their role for conflict management in self-determination disputes and ethnically divided societies are discussed and assessed.

 

Joseph Marko
Full Prof., Institute of Austrian, European and Comparative Public Law and Political Science at the Faculty of Law at the University of Graz. Other courses taught: Autonomy and Integration: From Minority Protection to Diversity Management - Comparative and Contextual Legal Perspectives. More: http://www.eurac.edu/staff/jmarko/default.html

 

Jens Woelk
Associate Prof., University of Trento, Italy. Other courses taught: Legal Institutions of the European Union, Comparative Constitutional Law. More: http://www.jus.unitn.it/user/home.asp?cod=jens.woelk

6

 

Total

20

 

C.

Compulsory Module: The Socio-Economic Context

ECTS

L

Socio-economic development in Southeastern Europe
The lecture explores the legacy of the past (of the Empires on urbanisation and industrialisation, of communism on transition economics) and SEE’s present and future role in the world’s global economy.

 

Milica Uvalić

Full Prof., University of Perugia, Italy. Other courses taught: European Economic Integration, Economic Integration and International Organizations. More: http://www.ec.unipg.it/DEFS/uvalic.html

4

SE

Transition economics and regional development
The seminar analyzes and assesses the successes and failures of the past twenty years of transition of South East European economies

 

Milica Uvalić
Full Prof., University of Perugia, Italy. Other courses taught: European Economic Integration, Economic Integration and International Organizations. More: http://www.ec.unipg.it/DEFS/uvalic.html

 

6

 

Total

10

 

D.

Compulsory Module: Cultures and Societies of Southeastern Europe

ECTS

L

Cultures and societies of Southeastern Europe
The lecture familiarizes students with key aspects of cultural and social development in the 19th and 20th century. It explores aspects of culture from a historical and contemporary perspective, including music, literature, art and film.

 

Florian Bieber
Full Prof., Centre for South East European Studies, University of Graz. Other courses taught: The Political History of South-Eastern Europe, Constitutional and Political Systems in South-Eastern Europe, Controversies in Research on Southeast Europe, Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict.  More: http://fbieber.wordpress.com/about/

 

Eric Gordy
Senior Lecturer at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies. Other courses taught: Nationalism and Democracy in Southeast Europe, Introduction to Politics, Introduction to Qualitative Methods. More: http://www.ssees.ucl.ac.uk/prospect/gordy.htm

4

SE

Social transformation in contemporary Southeastern Europe
The seminar discusses the societal and cultural transformation in the post-Socialist period in Southeastern Europe, focusing on the impact of political and economic transition on civil society, culture and political culture.

 

Rory Archer

Mellon Post- Doctoral Fellow SSEES UCL SLASH. A social historian who works on the 20th century Balkans. He is interested in labour, gender, (post)socialism and the ways in which macro level events and processes are experienced, understood and negotiated in micro, everyday contexts. He received his PhD in History from the University of Graz in December 2015 (supervised by Florian Bieber and Karl Kaser). He coedited a book on this topic titled Social inequalities and discontent in Yugoslav Socialism (Routledge 2016). More: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees/rory-archer

 

6

 

Total

10

 

E.

Compulsory Module: Summer School

ECTS

 

Studying Southeastern Europe: Interdisciplinary approaches, research and thesis writing
The summer school will discuss key themes in researching Southeastern Europe, focusing on current developments and interdisciplinary approaches. The summer school will further be dedicated to research methodology and academic writing. 

4

 

Total

4