Section: Project Team

Eldar Sarajlic

Eldar SarajlicMr Eldar Sarajlic
 Research Collaborator

 Based in New York
 
 Tel: n/a
 E-mail: eldarsaraj@hotmail.com 


Biographical Details


Eldar Sarajlic is a PhD candidate at the Central European University in Budapest. His main research interest is in political philosophy and partly in comparative politics. He writes about liberal neutrality and perfectionism in the context of moral conflict, as well as about citizenship, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the former Yugoslavia. He published a book about ethnicity and postmodernity, as well as a number of journal articles, on themes such as justice, citizenship, ethnicity and Islamic networks in the Balkans.

Publications


Journal Articles

• ‘Conceptualizing Citizenship Regime(s) in Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina’, Citizenship Studies, Special Issue, (forthcoming, 2012).

• ‘Distributive Justice in Crisis’, CEU Political Science Journal, Vol. 6, No. 3, Fall 2011.

• ‘The Return of the Consuls: Islamic Networks and Foreign Policy Perspectives in Bosnia and Herzegovina’, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2011, pp. 173-190.

• ‘Bosnian Elections and Recurring Ethnonationalisms: The Ghost of the Nation State’ in Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2010, pp. 66-88.

• ‘Convenient Consociation: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethnopolitics and the EU’ in Renegotiating the Polity: Exploring the Paths from Peace to Shared Political Identities in Contemporary Bosnia-Herzegovina, Transitions, Vol. 50, No. 2, 2010, pp. 61-81. 

Book chapters

• ‘Citizenship, State and Human Rights in Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina’ in Willem Maas (ed.) Multilevel Citizenship, University of Pennsylvania Press, forthcoming, 2012.

• ‘Between State and Nation: Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Challenge of Political Analysis’ in Eldar Sarajlic and Davor Marko, State or Nation? The Challenges of Political Transition of Bosnia and Herzegovina, CIPS, Sarajevo, 2011, pp. 9-23. 

• ‘Media Myth of Europe: The Case of Bosnian Muslims’, in Kerem Oktem and Reem Abou el-Fadl, Mutual Misunderstandings: Muslims in the European Media, Europe in the Media of the Muslim World. University of Oxford, European Studies Centre, 2009, pp. 53-79.‘

• A Reluctant Master: Controversies of the EU Policy Towards Bosnia and Herzegovina’, in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Controversies of the EU Integration Process. Heinrich Boell, Sarajevo, 2007, pp. 73-85.

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