Sanja Ivić PhD

Sanja Ivić PhD

Sanja Ivic Biography and Bibliography

Dr Sanja Ivić
Biografija

Diplomirala je na Filozofskom fakultetu na Katedri za filozofiju, kao i na Filološkom fakultetu na Katedri za opštu književnost i teoriju književnosti u Beogradu. Postdiplomske studije završila je na Univerzitetu Erazmus u Holandiji. Doktorsku disertaciju “Pojam građanina Evropske unije: ka postmodernoj koncepciji građanstva?” odbranila je 2011. godine na Filozofskom fakultetu u Beogradu. Profesionalno se bavila društvenim naukama i evropskim pravom na Institutu IIAV u Amsterdamu, gde je radila na projektu “Poststructuralist Critique of European Family and Nondiscriminative Law”. Dobitnica je stipendije fonda Stichting Vrouwenstudiefonds OostEuropa (Soroptimist International). Od 2010. godine članica je Upravnog odbora međunarodnog projekta “Pluralism, Inclusion, Citizenship”, čije je sedište u Velikoj Britaniji. Od 2011. godine je članica redakcije međunarodnog časopisa Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution, kao i Međunarodnog savetodavnog odbora časopisa American International Journal of Contemporary Research. Takođe je članica međunarodnog Centra za promociju ideja (Centre for Promoting Ideas). Od 2012. godine je članica Međunarodnog filozofskog udruženja u Velikoj Britaniji i mentor u školi filozofije Pathways u Londonu. Od 2014. godine je članica Upravnog odbora Međunarodnog filozofskog udruženja u Velikoj Britaniji. Iste godine je dobila stipendiju Ministarstva prosvete, nauke i tehnološkog razvoja za postdoktorsko usavršavanje na Univerzitetu Paris X Nanterre. Od 2017. godine je urednica izdavačke kuće ISFP Publishing, čije je sedište u Velikoj Britaniji.

Education:
Postdoctoral Research; Institut de Recherches Philosophiques, University of Paris 10; Nanterre (France)
• Project: “Paul Ricoeur’s Conception of Narrative Imagination”
Scientific Supervisor: Prof. Jean Seidengart, University of Paris 10, France

PhD in Philosophy; Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade (Serbia)
• PhD Thesis: “The Concept of European Citizenship: Towards the Postmodern Conception of
Citizenship?”
• PhD Supervisor: Prof. Milorad Stupar, University of Belgrade, Serbia

MA in Philosophy, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
• MA thesis: “Reference as Refiguration: In Scientific Realism and Ricoeur’s Narrative Theory”
Supervisor: Prof. Jos de Mul

BA in Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy; Belgrade (Serbia)
BA in Comparative Literature, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology; Belgrade (Serbia)

Research Fellowships:
– 2014: Fellowship for Postdoctoral Research at the University of Paris 10, Ministry of Education, Science
and Development (Serbia)
– 2013: INGRID research fellowship for the project “Demographic Change in the European Union”;
Luxemburg Institute of Social Economic Research (Luxembourg)
– 2007: Research Fellowship; Institute for Women’s History (IIAV); Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
– 2006: Research Fellowship, Soroptimist; Rotterdam (The Netherlands)

Projects

– 2011-current: Serbia in European Integration Processes: Global Context, Institutions, Identity; Institute
for European Studies; Belgrade (Serbia)
– 2009-2010: Perspectives of Serbia’s European Frame; Institute for European Studies; Belgrade (Serbia)
– 2007-2008: Research Project “Poststructuralist Critique of European Family Law”; Institute for Women’s
History (IIAV); Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Invited Lectures
– 2017: “Europe’s Borders: Security, Migration, Human Rights.” Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for
Democracy; Athens, Greece, 22 May.
– 2016: “Globalization, Fragmentation, Regionalization.” NATO Defense College, Rome, Italy, 8
September.
– 2010: “Symbolic, Normative and Transformative Dimensions of Law”, Institute for Women’s Studies
(IIAV), Amsterdam, 8 November.

Areas of Interest:
Philosophy
European Studies
Political Science
Sociology
Jungian Psychology

Memberships:

• Member of the Board of the International Society for Philosophers, United Kingdom.
• Member of Euroacademia
• Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution
• Member of the Editorial Board of the International Law Research
• Member of the Advisory Board of the American International Journal of Contemporary Research
• Member of Athens Institute for Research and Education, Greece.
• Member of the Global Team of the Center for Promoting Ideas, USA
• Member of Network Migration in Europe, Germany

Other Professional Activities:

– 2017: Organizing international conference “European Union and India Relations Reconsidered in the Frame of Cultural and Political Legacy and Contemporary Impacts of Gandhi’s Thought”, Institute for European Studies, Serbia, 27-28 September
– 2016: Editor at International Society for Philosophers (ISFP) Publishing (reviewing books submitted for publication) (Sheffield, UK)
– 2012: Reviewing project proposals in the field of political philosophy, GAČR, Czech Science Foundation (Czech Republic)
– 2011-present: reviewing papers in the three international peer-reviewed journals: International Law Research (Canada), American International Journal of Contemporary Research (USA) and Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution (Africa)
– 2009-2011: Reviewing conference papers, Steering group “Pluralism, Inclusion and Citizenship” A Diversity and Recognition Project (London, UK)

Publications

Books:

• (2019): EU Citizenship: Towards the Postmodern Conception of Citizenship, Vernon Press: Wilmington.
• (2018): Paul Ricoeur’s Idea of Reference. Reference as Refiguration. Boston and Leiden: Brill.
• (2016): The European Identity and Citizenship: Between Modernity and Postmodernity. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
• (2014): Građanstvo Evropske unije. Novi Sad: Mediterran Publishing.
• (2008): Pseudonim. Belgrade: Alma.

Book Chapters:

• (2021): Posthuman Ethics: Priority of Ethical over Ontological Status. In: Tumilty, Emma and Michele Battle-Fisher (eds.): Transhumanism- Entering an Era of Bodyhacking and Radical Human Modification. Dordrecht: Springer.
• (2020): Using the Aeneid to Negotiate Difference: Identity, Difference and Narratives of Belonging. In: O’Neill , Joseph R. and Adam Rigoni (eds.). Our Modern Aeneid. Tucson: University of Arizona Press (forthcoming).
• (2020): Derrida’s Philosophy of Forgiveness. In: Cervantez, Jeffrey (ed.): Forgiveness: Social and Political Dimensions, Vernon Press: Wilmington (forthcoming).
• (2019): Brexit and the Emergence of Nationalist Narratives in Europe: Creating a New Narrative for the European Union. In: Sacco, Marcello (ed.): Brexit: A Way Forward, Vernon Press: Wilmington, pp. 1-27.
• (2016): Europe’s Migration Crisis: A Challenge to Democracy. In: Djeric, Gordana (ed.): Spatial Demarcations: Between the Politics of Fear and Effects on the Purse. Belgrade: Institute for European Studies, pp. 83-95.
• (2014): Contemporary Challenges to EU Citizenship. In: Samardzic, Slobodan; Radic, Ivana (eds.): European Citizenship in the Time of Crisis. Belgrade: Cigoja Stampa, pp. 215-233.
• (2011): The Postmodern Liberal Conception of Citizenship. In: Danisch, Robert (ed.): Citizens of the World: Pluralism, Migration and Practices of Citizenship. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi, pp. 3-19.
• (2010): The Postmodern Liberal Conception of Citizenship. In: Chapple, Julian (ed.): Boundaries: Dichotomies of Keeping In and Keeping Out. Oxford, UK: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 13-25.

Journal Articles:

• (2021) (co-author): “The European Idea of Identity of Older Adults”, Trans/Form/Aςão, forthcoming (indexed in: WoS/A&HCI).
• (2020). “The Hermeneutics of Gender Equality Law in Europe.” Javnost-The Public, Vol. 27, No.
4, pp. 407-419 (indexed in: WoS/SSCI, Scopus etc.).
• (2020): “Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics as a Bridge Between Aesthetics and Ontology”, Rivista di Estetica 73, pp. 66-78 (indexed in: WoS/A&HCI and Scopus).
• (2020) (co-author): “The Rhetoric of Othering in a Time of Pandemic: Labeling COVID-19 as a ‘Foreign Virus’ in Public Discourse.” Kultura polisa XVII, No. 43, pp. 421-433.
• (2019): “The Concept of European Values”, Cultura: International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology, Vol. 16, No.1,pp. 103-117(indexed in: WoS/A&HCI, Scopus, ERIH PLUS).
• (2018): “European Philosophical Identity Narratives.” Cultura: International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology, Vol. 15, No.1,pp. 125-145(indexed in: WoS/A&HCI, Scopus, ERIH PLUS).
• (2018): “Globalization and the Postnational Model of Citizenship”. Glocalism:Journal of Culture, Politics and Innovation, No. 1, pp. 1-18 (indexed in ERIH PLUS).
• (2018): “Globalization, Regionalization, Fragmentation: Postnational vs. National Political Paradigms”. Kultura polisa, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 153-174.
• (2017): The Concept of European Public Sphere in the European Public Discourse. Etikk i Praksis: Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics, No 11, Vol. 2, pp. 79-94 (indexed in: WoS/SSCI and Scopus).
• (2016): Citizenship as Discursive Practice: The Postmodern Culture of Citizenship. Journal of Philosophy, Culture and Religion, Vol. 19, pp. 13-19.
• (2015): Demographic Change in the European Union: a Challenge to EU Citizenship. Review of International Affairs, Vol. XLVII, No. 58, pp. 122-140.
• (2014): Ethics of Care: Towards Postmodern Ethics?. Sveske, No. 112, pp. 94-102.
• (2014): The Concept of European Values within European Public Political Discourse. Sveske. No. 111, pp. 115-122.
• (2013): The Archetypal World of Nikola Tesla. Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 48-55 (indexed in: WoS/A&HCI and Scopus).
• (2013): The Rights of Older Adults in the European Union. Dados – Revista de Ciencias Sociais, Vol. 1, Issue 56, pp. 185-205 (indexed in: WoS/SSCI and Scopus).
• (2013): The Truth as a Non-Reference: Realist and Antirealist Conception of Reference. Acta Philosophica, Vol. 22, Issue 1, pp. 99-117 (indexed in WoS/A&HCI, Scopus and ERIH).
• (2012): The EU Citizenship as a Mental Construct: Reconstruction of Postnational Model of Citizenship. European Review, Vol. 20, No. 3, 2012, pp. 419-437 (indexed in: WoS/SSCI, Scopus, ERIH PLUS).
• (2011): Binary Oppositions in Philosophy of Science. Phlogiston: Journal of History of Science, No. 18/19, pp. 127-149.
• (2011): European Identity: Between Modernity and Postmodernity ( co-author Dragan Lakićević). Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research. Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 395-407 (indexed in: WoS/SSCI and Scopus).
• (2011): European Commission’s Plan D for Democracy, Dialogue and Debate: A Path Towards Deliberation? Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution, Vol. 3, No. 2 February, pp. 14-19.
• (2011): Péče cestou deliberace: k ideji kontextuální morálky (Political Science and Contextual Idea of Morality). Filosofický časopis, No. 4, pp. 96-115 (indexed in: WoS/A&HCI and Scopus).
• (2010): Dynamic Nature of Human Rights: Rawls’s Critique of Moral Universalism. Trans/Form/Aςão, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 223-240(indexed in: WoS/A&HCI).
• (2010): Care Through Deliberation: A New Role of the Ethics of Care. Revista de Cercetare si Interventia Sociale, Vol. 31, pp. 80-94 (indexed in: ISI/SSCI and Scopus).
• (2010): European Human Rights Binaries. Cultura, International Journal of Culture and Axiology, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 208-217 (indexed in: ISI/A&HCI, Scopus, ERIH PLUS).
• (2010): The Assembly of European Regions’ Udine Declaration: Contradictory Approaches to European and Regional Identities. European Urban and Regional Studies, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 443-446 (indexed in: ISI/SSCI and Scopus).
• (2009): Rethinking EU Citizenship: Towards the Postmodern Ethics of Citizenship. Journal of Identity and Migration Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 40-61.
• (2009): The EU Visa Liberalisation Process for Western Balkan Countries as a Reflection of the Politics of Modernity. The Romanian Journal of European Studies (Special Issue on Migration and Mobility), No. 7-8, pp. 121-128.
• (2009): Hermeneutical Aspect of Reference. Praxis Filosófica, No. 29, pp.127-142.
• (2009): The Four Values of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. Daena:International Journal of Good Conscience, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 278-295.
• (2009): Ricoeur’s Narrative Theory Applied to Science“, Philosophical Papers and Reviews, Vol. 1 (3), September, 2009, pp. 44-51.
• (2009): European Udine Declaration: Poststructuralist Reading. Review of European Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 110-116.
• (2009): Southeastern European Feminism and Narrative. Konvergencias, Vol. 24, pp. 88-103.
• (2008): Explanation and Understanding in the History of Philosophy and Ricoeur’s Theory. Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics, Vol. 3, Issue 1, pp. 26-34.
• (2007): Spinoza and Kant on Suicide. Res Cogitans: Journal of Philosophy, No. 4, Vol. 1, pp. 132-144.
• (2007): Rawls’s Law of Moral Peoples. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 1, Issue 2, pp. 1-10.

Selected Conference Papers

• (2021): “The Relevance of the Postmodern Idea of Subjectivity for development of the Concept of Posthuman Agency”, Symposium: Posthuman Agency, New York University, New York (USA).
• (2019): “Globalization and Regionalization: National vs. Postnational Values”, Symposium: Intercultural Challenges in the Era of Globalization, University “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, Iasi (Romania).
• (2018): “European Philosophical Identity Narratives.” Symposium: Interpretation of Values, University “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, Iasi (Romania)
• (2018): “European Identity in Light of Brexit”. Conference: Europe as a Global Actor, ISCTEIUL, University of Lisbon (Portugal)
• (2016): The Clash of Civilizations? Russia vs West: Conservative vs. Liberal Political Paradigms. NATO Defense College; Rome (Italy)
• (2013): Paul Ricoeur’s Idea of Metamorphoses of Narrative Paradigms. Paul Ricoeur and the Future of Humanities. University of Groningen, Faculty of Philosophy; Groningen (The Netherlands).
• (2012): Citizenship and Identity as Narrative Constructs. Political and Constitutional Accommodation of Ethno-Linguistic Conflicts in Southern Europe. 13th Mediterranean Research Meeting, European University Institute; Florence (Italy).
• (2011): Shared Challenges in the European Union and the United States: Emerging from theCrisis. European University Institute and the European Commission; Brussels (Belgium).
• (2010): The European Union and Politics of Affinity. 8th European Urban an Regional Studies Conference: Repositioning of Europe in Era of GlobalTransformation; Vienna (Austria).
• (2009): Postmodern Conception of Citizenship. 5th Global Conference: Pluralism,Inclusion and Citizenship; Salzburg (Austria).
• (2008): Cultural Differences and Cultural History. Intercultural Dialogue MALRO. Ministry of Culture, Republic of Serbia, and French Cultural Center; Belgrade (Serbia).
• (2007): Human Rights Sixty Years after the Establishment of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Harper Academic Research Competition: Factors for Prosperity, Progress and Human Flourishing, Social Change; USA.

Tagged with: