Skip to main content

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Menu Search


Trinity College Dublin By using this website you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the Trinity cookie policy. For more information on cookies see our cookie policy.

      
Profile Photo

Dr. Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic

Research Fellow (School of Religion)
PHYSIOLOGY BUILDING


Maja is currently Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Irish School of Ecumenics.The title of her project is GATED: Segregated education in post-conflict Bosnia and the possibilities of future conflicts in Europe. During the project Maja shares her time between the Irish School of Ecumenics and the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Maja is also a partner in a consortium on the project called PERICLES (Policy recommendation and improved communication tools for law enforcement and security agencies preventing violent radicalisation. PERICLES is Horizon2020 funded project. Maja completed her PhD in 2013 in Trinity College Dublin within the Department of Sociology where she worked as an Assistant Professor for three years. At present Maja's research focuses on segregated education in post-Dayton Bosnia, and youth radicalisation and fundamentalism in the country, as well as on the issue of radicalisation more generally. Maja teaches in the areas of sociology of race and ethnicity, sociology of identity and sociology of forced migration and conflict.
     ETHNIC-CONFLICT   international conflict   MIGRATION and CITIZENSHIP   Racism/Race Relations   Refugees   Religious Fundamentalism   Sociology   Sociology Education   transnational migration
 GATED: Segregated education in post-conflict Bosnia and the possibilities of future conflicts in Europe
 PERICLES

Details Date From Date To
ESA European Sociological Association SAI Sociological Association of Ireland Trinity Centre for Post-Conflict Justice The Conflict Research Society (ENIEDA)European Network for Intercultural Education Activities, (RAN) Radicalisation Awareness Network, (ECPR) The European Consortium for Political Research, International Studies Association (ISA), European Society of Criminology (ESC)
Bosnian post-refugee transnationalism: a grey zone of 'potentiality' in, editor(s)Frederiksen, Martin and Harboe, Ida , Exploring the Grey Zones: Borders, Relations and Invisibilities in Eastern Europe, London , Anthem Press , 2015, [Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic , Review of The Bosnian Diaspora: Integration in Transnational Communities, by Valenta Marko and Sabrina P. Ramet , Slavonica, 18, (2), 2012, Review, PUBLISHED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, ''Settled in mobility' as a 'space of possibility': Bosnian post-refugee transnationalism as a response to the bio-politics of Irish interculturalism',, Translocations: Migration and Social Change, Special Issue on Integration, 6, (2), 2010, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
"Not like it used to be Bosnia" - Grounding Bosnian post-refugee transnationalism: the politicisation of nationalism, ethnic reification and religiosity in post-Dayton Bosnia' in, editor(s)Eleftherakis, G., Hannam, S., Kalyva, E. and Psychogios, A. , Infusing Research and Knowledge in South-East Europe, Thessaloniki, South East European Research Centre, 2009, [Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
'The "Bosnian project" in Ireland: A "vision of divisions"' in, editor(s)Fanning, Bryan , Immigration and Social Change in Republic of Ireland, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2007, [Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
'Diaspora or State-Sponsored Interculturalism?: The Zena Project and Bosnian Migrant Women in Ireland' in, editor(s)Ni Eigeartaigh, Aoileann, Howard, Kevin and Getty, David , Rethinking Diasporas: Hidden Narratives and Imagined Borders, Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007, [Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
  

Halilovic-Pastuovic Maja , 'Bosnia and Herzegovina - Two Decades After Dayton', Denver Dialogues, Political Violence @ A Glance , University of Denver, 2017, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED
Dominic Kudlacek, Laura Treskow, Brendan Marsh, Stephanie Fleischer, Matthew Phelps & Maja Halilovic Pastuovic, Gap analysis on counterradicalisation measures, PERICLES Project, 2017, Report, PUBLISHED
Dominic Kudlacek, Matthew Phelps, Stephanie Fleischer, Laura Treskow, Ehiaze Ehimen, Dianne van Hemert, Tom Hueting, Benjamin Kraus, Kamila Labuda, Fernando Miró Llinares, Gaëlle Lortal, Brendan Marsh, Rebeca Bautista Ortuño, Stephen Purcell, Maja Halilovic Pastuovic, Magda Rooze, Francisco Javier Castro Toledo, Daniel Wagner & Thomas Görgen, Prevention of radicalisation in selected European countries A comprehensive report of the state of the art in counter-radicalisation, PERICLES Project, 2017, Report, PUBLISHED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, 'Bosnian Post-Refugee Diasporic Experiences: A Grey Zone of Potentiality', Strangers, Aliens and Foreigners, 6th Global Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 1 - 3 November 2014, Conference Paper, PRESENTED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, 'Bosnian post-refugee transnationalism: a grey zone of 'potentiality'', Exploring the 'Grey Zones': Governance, conflict and (In)Security in Eastern Europe, Aarhus University, Denmark, 1-2 November 2013, Conference Paper, PRESENTED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, "The ethno-racial state of Bosnia: politicitisation of nationalism and ethnic reification as consequences of Dayton Agreement", 1st International Balkan Congress: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow and the Change, Suleyman Sah University, Istanbul, Turkey, 24-26 September 2012, Conference Paper, PRESENTED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, "'The diaspora is coming back': the Bosnian response to Bosnian annual summer migrations home", Diasporas and Cosmopolitanism in Central and Eastern Europe: From theory to practice, Centre for East European Language Based Area Studies, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies London, UK, 18-19 September 2010, Conference Paper, PRESENTED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, '"Not like it used to be Bosnia" - Grounding Bosnian post-refugee transnationalism: the politicisation of nationalism, ethnic reification and religiosity in post-Dayton Bosnia', 4th South East European Doctoral Student Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, 6-7 July 2009, Conference Paper, PRESENTED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, 'Survival of the (un)fittest: Bosnian post-refugee transnationalism as a resistance strategy to Irish interculturalism and post-Dayton Bosnia', 1st Global Conference: Diaspora - Exploring Critical Issues, Mansfield College, Oxford, UK, 04-07 July 2008, Conference Paper, PRESENTED
Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic, 'From Forced Migration to Forced Transnationalism: Bosnian Migrant Women and their Post-Refugee Experiences', Aliens and Nations: Citizenship, Sovereignty and Global Politics in the 21st Century, University of Keele, UK, 19-21 April 2007, Conference Paper, PRESENTED

  

Page 1 of 2
Award Date
Partner in Horizon2020 consortium - project PERICLES
Marie Curie Fellowship
Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scholarship
Trinity Postgraduate Scholarship Award
Maja's research interests include the politics of ethnicity and identity; post-conflict societies (particular emphasis on Bosnia), youth radicalisation, segregated education, post-refugee transnationalism.