Немања Џуверовић

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Nemanja Džuverović is a professor in Peace Studies at the University of Belgrade. His research areas include critical peacebuilding, political economy of liberal peacebuilding, international statebuilding in the Balkans, and sociology of International Relations. In 2020 he was Visiting Fulbright Scholar at Northwestern University. He has been visiting researcher at the University of Manchester (Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute), the University of Uppsala (Department of Peace and Conflict Research), the University of Bradford (Department of Peace Studies and International Development) and the University of Granada (Institute for Peace and Conflicts). Nemanja has also been a visiting professor at several universities, including University of Konstanz, University of Bologna, University of Granada, Masaryk University, University of Zagreb, and University of Warsaw. He is co-editor of the Journal of Regional Security and the program director of MA Peace, Security and Development.

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– Dzuverovic, N., 2013. Ekonomski faktori oružanih sukoba. Povećanje ekonomskih nejednakosti kao uzrok sukoba unutar država. Beograd: Službeni glasnik.
– Dzuverovic, N., 2021. Studije mira: Sukob, mir i razvoj. Beograd: Univerzitet u Beogradu – Fakultet političkih nauka
– Dzuverovic, N. and Stojarová, V. eds., 2022. Peace and security in the Western Balkans: A local perspective. Routledge: Abingdon and New York.

Journal Articles
– Dzuverovic, N., 2021. ‘To Romanticise or not to Romanticise the Local’: Local Agency and Peacebuilding in the Balkans. Conflict, Security and Development, 21 (1), 21-41.
– Dzuverovic, N., Rone, J. and Junes, T., 2021. Contentious politics and international statebuilding in Southeast Europe. East European Politics and Society, 35 (1), 182-189.
– Dzuverovic, N. and Milosevic, A., 2020. ‘Belgrade to Belgradians, not foreign capitalists’: International statebuilding, contentious politics and new forms of political representation in Serbia. East European Politics and Society, 35 (1), 190-209.
– Besic, M. and Dzuverovic, N., 2020. How many truths are there? Reconciliation and agonistic dialogue in the former Yugoslavia, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 20 (3), 455-472.
– Dzuverovic, N. and Tepsic, G., 2020. Neoliberal co-optation, power relations and informality in the Balkan International Relations profession. International Relations, 34 (1): 84-104.
– Dzuverovic, N., 2019. Contextualization of the local. A predisposition of former Yugoslav states to liberal peace. Southeastern Europe, 43 (2): 133-157.
– Dzuverovic, N., 2018. Why local voices matter. Participation of local researchers in the liberal peace debatePeacebuilding, 6 (2), 111-126.
– Dzuverovic, N. and Vidojevic, J., 2017. Peacebuilding or ‘peacedelaying’: Social exclusion of refugees and internally displaced persons in post-war Serbia, Ethnopolitics, 17 (1): 55-70.

Book Contributions
– Dzuverovic, N., 2022. How to study peace and security in the Western Balkans, in N. Dzuverovic and V. Stojarova, eds. Peace and security in the Western Balkans: A local perspective. Routledge: Abingdon and New York.
– Stojarová, V. and Dzuverovic, N., 2022. Sustainable Peace in the Western Balkans – Utopia or Achievable Future?, in N. Džuverović and V. Stojarová, eds. Peace and security in the Western Balkans: A local perspective. Routledge: Abingdon and New York.
– Dzuverovic, N., 2020. Confession of the local, in R. Mac Ginty, R. Brett and B. Vogel, eds. Companion to Peace and Conflict Fieldwork. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 353-265.
– Tepsic, G. and Dzuverovic, N., 2018. Bosnia and Herzegovina, in H. J. Giessmann and R. Mac Ginty, eds, The Elgar Companion to Post-Conflict Transition. London: Edward Elgar., 27-48.
– Dzuverovic, N. and Kapidzic, D., 2017. Bridging the ‘International-local gap’ in peacebuilding through academic cooperation: The Balkans Master’s Program in Peace Studies, In J. Millican, ed., Universities and Conflict: The Role of Higher Education in Peacebuilding and Resistance. Routledge Series in Peace and Conflict Studies, 120-135.
– Dzuverovic, N., 2016. Socio-economic roots of extremism in the region, In F. Ejdus and P. Jurekovic, eds, Violent Extremism in the Western Balkans. Vienna: Republic of Austria: Federal Ministry of Defence and Sport, 25-37.

2022 – 2025   MIND – Monitoring and Indexing Peace and Security in the Western Balkans (project leader) (funded by Science Fund Republic of Serbia)
2021 – 2023   Horizon 2020 Circle U – European University Alliance (funded by European Union).
2021 – 2022   Horizon 2020 Preventing and Addressing Violent Extremism through Community Resilience in the Western Balkans and the MENA (funded by European Union).
2018 – 2022   EU foreign policy facing new realities (funded by the EU Commission)
2016 – 2020   Professionalization and social impact of European political science (funded by the EUC)
2014 – 2018   Training programme for young academic staff at WB universities (funded by the KBF).
2011 – 2014    South-East European master programme in Peace Studies (funded by the SNSF).
2011 – 2012    Ethnic stereotypes and national myths as an obstacle to reconciliation (funded by Bergof).

2020    Global Health Studies, Northwestern University
2016    Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester
2014    Peace Studies Division, University of Bradford
2013    Department of Peace and Conflict, University of Uppsala
2012    Institute for Peace and Conflict, University of Granada
2009   Latin American Institute, Vienna

2019    Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program, Washington, D.C.
2016    Foundation of Open Society Institute, New York
2014    Foundation of Open Society Institute, New York
2013    Swiss National Science Foundation
2012    European Commission, Brussels
2010    Open Society Institute, London
2007   Ministry of Science and Technology, Republic of Serbia

– Vićentić, Jelena, 2022. Neocolonial practices of international non-governmental organizations at the beginning of XXI century. University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Science.
– Pavlović, Đorđe, 2020. Influence of international system’s structure on the types of military interventionism. University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Science.
– Popović, Marija. 2020. The process of NATO identity transformation after the cold war: NATO actorness in humanitarian crises. University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Science.
– Stojanović Gajić, Sonja. 2019. The role of security professionals’ practices in the social construction of the Western Balkans. University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Science.
– Milošević, Marko. 2018. privatization of security in post-conflict countries: The case of Serbia and Croatia in the period 2000 – 2016. University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Science.
– Savković, Marko. 2016. Privatization of peacebuilding: Private security companies in contemporary peace support operations. University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Science.

International Studies Association
Central and Eastern European International Studies Association
British International Studies Association
European Consortium for Political Research
International Political Science Association
Serbian Political Science Association

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