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Visiting fellow for 2017/18, Prof Dejan Jović
The Centre for the Study of the Balkans is delighted to welcome Prof Dejan Jović as a visiting fellow for 2017/18
Dejan Jović is Professor of Political Science at Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Zagreb, Visiting Professor at University of Belgrade and in 2017/18 Visiting Research Fellow at Goldsmiths, University of London. He received his PhD from London School of Economics (1999), and was Jean Monnet Fellow at European University Institute in Florence (2000) and Lecturer in Politics at University of Stirling, Scotland, UK (2000-2010). Professor Jović was President of the Managing Board of the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) in Zagreb (2014-16). He was Special Advisor to Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs (2004-2006) and Chief Political Analyst to the President of the Republic of Croatia (2010-2014). Professor Jović is the author of “Yugoslavia: A State that Withered Away” (2009) and “War and Myth: Politics of Identity in Croatia” (2017). He is also editor of several other books on disintegration of Yugoslavia and Theories of IR. He teaches courses in Foreign Policy Analysis, Introduction to International Politics, Introduction to Security Studies, Politics and Society in Southeast Europe and Theories of International Relations. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Croatian Political Science Review (Politička misao).