Sanja Horvatincic

: May 11, 2021

About Me

Sanja Horvatinčić is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Art History in Zagreb, Croatia. Her research focuses on modernist memorial sculpture and architecture, and the production of history through cultural practices in socialist Yugoslavia. She employs critical interdisciplinary approach to heritage to investigate contemporary potential of Yugoslav memorial structures and concepts.

Through her most recent interdisciplinary heritage project, Heritage from Below | Drežnica: Memories and Traces 1941-1945, she investigates material culture, memoryscapes and multi-layered narratives of Yugoslav Partisan struggle in the context of current political and social crises. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the journal Život umjetnosti.

Since 2020, she has been a researcher at the international project Models and Practices of Global Cultural Exchange and Non-aligned Movement. Research in the Spatio-Temporal Cultural Dynamics, through which she is investigating the relation between Yugoslav anti-fascist struggle and anti-colonial resistance movements in the Global South through cultural exchange within the Non-Aligned Movement.

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 Environmental protection
 Cultural heritage
 Digital Culture
 Visual Arts
 Horizon Europe
 Migrants and Refugees

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