Marija Grujic (2013 BSSRPL)
Marija Grujic graduated in Modern history at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (Serbia). Obtained in 2011 MA in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Granada (Spain). Currently attends second year of PhD in Contemporary History at the University of Granada (Spain). She is member of The New Balkans Institute from Belgrade. Research interests include Religious Conflicts, Mediation, History of the Mediterranean, History of the Balkans, Serbian History, Ethnic Identity, Nationalism, History of Religion, Psychohistory, Social Psychology.
Marija Grujić (2009 ISSRPL)
I graduated in philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy (Belgrade University, Serbia) and studied one-year in gender studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. Currently I am writing an MA thesis in religious studies at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies (Sarajevo University, Bosnia and Herzegovina) on gender equality and social justice in the Serbian Orthodox Church. I am engaged on several research projects, including: “Ethos of religious peacebuilding” (University of Bielefeld, Germany and Centre for Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies, Sarajevo) and “Analysis of influences of religious identities and religious heritage on gender identity and gender roles construction among student population in Bosnia and Herzegovina.” My main interests include gender identities, social justice in connection to religion, religious identities, national and ethnic identities.