Education: PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, 2006 M.A. In Middle East Studies, Tel Aviv University, 2000 B.A. In Political Science and Middle East Studies, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, 1996
Structured Encounters in Post-Conflict/Post-Yugoslav Days: Visiting Belgrade and Prishtina, Civil Society and Transitional Justice in the Balkans (2013)
'It Was Like Fighting a War with Our Own People': Anti-War Activism in Serbia during the 1990’s, Nationalities Papers (2011)
How does denial affect societies in conflict? What is the role of denial, when it...
Alternative Voices in Public Urban Spaces: Serbia's Women in Black, Ethnologia Balkanica (2006)
This article presents a study of mobilization into a specific type of political contention--anti-nationalist, anti-militarist,...
With Their Backs to the World: Portraits from Serbia by Asne Seierstad, The Public Sphere 5 (2011)
Conference Papers & Presentations
Labors of Memory: Mnemonic Battles in Israel and Serbia, Perspectives in (post)conflict academia and society: Opening spaces for critically assessing and rethinking history and memory. (2013)
Teaching Memory and Conflict: Regarding the pain of others? Or rethinking citizenship and responsibility?, Conflict, Memory, and Reconciliation: Bridging past, present, and future (January 10-13, 2012) (2012)
2011 marked twenty years since the beginning of the violent dissolution of the former Yugoslavia,...
Serbia after Milosevic, Boundaries, Identities and Contention: Twenty Years after the Fall of Yugoslavia (2010)
The memory of Srebrenica: a view from Serbia, Fostering Multicultural Competence and Global Justice: an SIT Symposium (2010)
Srebrenica, previously a small unknown town in eastern Bosnia-Herzegovina, has become a symbol for the...
Structured and Unstructured Daily Encounters in Kosovo, 2009 ASN Conference (2009)
In the past decade, an extensive number of publications have analyzed the Kosovo conflict, the...
This article traces and analyses the experience of a Jewish-Palestinian study group of 23 undergraduate...