Prof. Dr. Ger Duijzings

Professor für Sozialanthropologie mit Schwerpunkt Südost- und Osteuropa
Institut für Geschichte
Universität Regensburg

Research Interest

  • Urban anthropology, social inequality and the new elites in post-socialist cities, in particular in Bucharest (Romania)
  • Urban research methodologies
  • Visual arts (SSEES - London)

Academic Background

1989 Social and Cultural Anthropology, Catholic University of Nijmegen
1999 PhD in the Social Sciences (Anthropology), University of Amsterdam
1996-2005 Lecturer Serbian and Croatian Studies, School of Slavonic and East European Studies,
University of London / from 1999 University College London (UK)
2005-2014 Reader in the Anthropology of Eastern Europe, School of Slavonic and East European
Studies, University College London (UK)

Main publications

1997 Edited volume. Kosovo / Kosova: Confrontation or Coexistence. With Dusan Janjić and
Shkëlzen Maliqi. Nijmegen: University of Nijmegen, 1997.
2000 Monograph. Religion and the politics of identity in Kosovo. London: Hurst / New York:
Columbia University Press.
2002 Monograph. Geschiedenis en herinnering in Oost-Bosnië. De achtergronden van de val van
Srebrenica. Amsterdam: Boom, 2002.
2002 Co-authored report. Srebrenica, een ‘veilig’ gebied. Reconstructie, achtergronden,
gevolgen en analyses van de val van een Safe Area. 3 Volumes. Amsterdam: Boom, 2002.
2007 Edited volume. The new Bosnian mosaic. Identities, memories and moral claims in a postwar
society. With Xavier Bougarel and Elissa Helms. Aldershot: Ashgate.
2009 Film. Lebensraum / Living Space. Experimental video (80min) with artist Rastko Novaković.
2011 Edited volume / exhibition catalogue. Cities Methodologies | Bucharest. With Simona
Dumitriu and Aurora Király. Bucureşti: Galeria Nouă / Editura UNARTE.
2013 Edited volume. Global villages: rural and urban transformations in contemporary
Bulgaria. London: Anthem.

Contact

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