Introduction Any attempt to understand and valorize the rise and decline of the Anti-Fascist Women’s Front in Yugoslavia (AFŽ) today is faced with the question of how to read and comprehend the organization’s archive. The problem is broader, however, and has to do not only with the AFŽ archive, but also with the archive as an institution that enables contemporaneity… Read more →
is a researcher, editor and a member of the operations team at the Association for the Arts and Culture “Crvena”, where he researches the political economy of the urban question, management of urban resources, and urban mobilization. He is currently preparing extensive research on rave culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1996–2006. He has published articles in international journals and proceedings, and has edited the volume Šta da napišem na zidu? (What Shall I Write on the Wall) published by “Crvena”. He has won the Open Society Fund Research Fellowship (2013–2014), the ERSTE Fundation Social Research Fellowship (2015–2016), and in September and October 2013 he was guest researcher at the Centre for Democracy Studies in Aarau, Switzerland. He has worked with a number of local and international organizations and academic institutions researching migration, electoral systems, local governance and political theory.