Section: Project Team

Biljana Djordjevic

Biljana Djordjevic 
Ms Biljana Djordjevic
 Associate Researcher 

 Based in Belgrade

 Tel: n/a

Biographical Details

Biljana Djordjevic is a teaching and research associate and a PhD student at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, as well as an associate researcher on the CITSEE research project. She holds an MSc degree in Political Theory Research from the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, where she graduated with a thesis “The Immigration Contract”, as well as an MA degree in Political Analytics and Management from the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, where she graduated with a thesis “Cosmopolitanism – the new real utopia”. She earned her BA degree in International Studies from the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. She worked as an intern and a research/project assistant at the International Organization for Migration in Vienna and Belgrade, as migration advisor at the Commissariat for Refugees of the Republic of Serbia and in the number of civil society projects in Serbia. Her research interests are in democratic theory, migration studies, and citizenship theory.


Journal Articles

• 'Permitting Changes in Serbia – Two-way Street?' (2009) Faculty of Political Sciences’ Yearbook, Vol.3, No.3, pp. 129-141.

• 'The European Policy on the Management of Migration Flaws and Serbia’s Role Within It' (2009) Western Balkan Security Observer, Year 4, No. 12, pp. 78-91.

• 'Ethics of Migration' (2008) Faculty of Political Sciences’ Yearbook, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp.239-253.


• Miodrag Jovanovic and Biljana Ðordevic 'Introduction: On the Crisis and Quality of the Contemporary Democracy', in Miodrag Jovanovic, Ðorde Pavicevic (eds.) Crisis and Quality of Democracy in Eastern Europe (Eleven International Publishing, 2012) pp.1-15.

• 'Return to the future: Marxism after Communism', in Vujacic, Cupic, Vranic (Eds.) Consolidation of Democracy in Serbia – 20 Years after Fall of the Berlin Wall, (Belgrade: Faculty of Political Sciences, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2009), pp.202-216.

Papers and Presentations

• 'On the Relationship between Constituent Power, Constitutive People, and National Minorities', presented at the international conference The Challenges of Multiculturalism: the South-Eastern European Perspectives in the European Discourse, Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, 23-24 March 2012.

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