Background and activities
I am a researcher with the Department for Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture where I explore social inclusion and gender equality issues related to energy transitions and higher education reform. My main research areas thus follow two distinct but interlinked fields of interest. First, I study gender balance among university professors, with special focus on NTNU. The main interest is to explore how imbalances are produced in so-called epistemic living spaces where gender is formatted through the mediation of policies, strategies and practices. The second line of inquiry are energy transitions, with a specific focus on decarbonization of transport. I am especially interested in the messy pathways and everyday politics of transitions efforts. In both focus areas, my interest is in understanding how inequalities are coproduced at the intersection between the mundane everyday life, materiality and institutional arrangements.
I have a PhD in Science and Technology Studies. In my PhD Thesis, I explored the politics of urban transport technologies in the context of the city of Belgrade, Serbia. My background is in sociology and anthropology. I have completed a Research Master in Social Sciences and a Bachelor in Anthropology from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Prior to starting my PhD, I worked as a researcher and project coordinator in a Belgrade based think tank that worked on issues of social inclusion, human security and gender equality in South West Europe.
- Understanding gender imbalances among university professors: the shaping and reshaping of epistemic living spaces (GENDIM)
- Energy Social sciences & Humanities Innovation Forum Targeting the SET-Plan (Energy-SHIFTS)
- Sustainable Transition through Transformed Transportation (PhD project, Faculty of Humanities)
- Bringing Environmental Knowledge into Action (BREV)
- Center for Sustianable Energy Studies (CenSES)
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2020) Designing and domesticating an interstructure: Exploring the practices and the politics of an elevator for cyclists. Urban Studies.
- (2020) Liminal technologies: Exploring the temporalities and struggles in efforts to develop a Belgrade metro. Sociological Review. vol. 69 (1).
- (2017) Communities of Peer Practitioners: Experiences from an Academic Writing Group. Nordic Journal of Science and Technology Studies. vol. 5 (1).
- (2016) Book Review. Assembling Policy. Transantiago, Human Devices, and the Dream of a World-Class Society Sebastian Ureta. MIT press, 2015. Nordic Journal of Science and Technology Studies. vol. 4 (1).
- (2018) Lift me up! Stories of Trampe the bicycle lift. Lift me up! Stories of Trampe the bicycle lift
- (2013) Rodna ravnopravnost na lokalnom nivou [Gender mainstreaming at the local level]. 2013. ISBN 978-86-89515-03-9.
- (2013) Rodni aspekti zdravstvenih i socijalnih rizika partnerki injektirajucih korisnika dorga [Gender aspects of health and social risks of female partners of injecting drug users]. 2013. ISBN 978-86-913917-6-8.
- (2020) 100 Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions for transport and mobility in Horizon Europe. 2020.
- (2019) An approach to identifying future Social Sciences & Humanities energy research priorities for Horizon Europe: Working Group guidelines for systematic Horizon Scanning. 2019.
- (2019) The multi-politics of urban transformations. The shaping, disruption and liminality of transport technologies. 2019. ISBN 978-82-326-3964-9. Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU (2019/194).
- (2019) Inclusive Engagement in Energy - with special focus on low carbon transport solutions. 2019.