Tamara Pavasović Trošt, PhD

Associate Professor 

  • Academic Unit for International Economics and Business (Regular Member)
  • Office Hours
  • Monday at 14:00 in P-349
Curriculum Vitae
Tamara Pavasovi? Trošt received a Ph.D. in Sociology from Harvard University and a M.A. in Political Science from Syracuse University. Her research considers issues of stereotypes, identity, populism, history education, collective memory, and youth values, and she specializes in qualitative and mixed methods. She is a member of several ethics and human subjects research boards and serves as an associate editor for Communist and Post-Communist Studies and Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism. She has published in journals such as Nations and Nationalism, Memory Studies, and the Journal of Genocide Research. At SEBLU, she teaches the sociological and cultural aspects of international business as well as courses on research methods.
Selected Research and Consulting Activities
  • Pavasovic Trost, Tamara
    A Personality Cult Transformed: The Evolution of Tito’s Image in the Former Yugoslavia 1974-2010
  • Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 14(1):146-170 (journal article)
  • Pavasovic Trost, Tamara and Nikola Kovacevic
    Football, Hooliganism and Nationalism: The Reaction to Serbia’s Gay Parade in Reader Commentary Online
  • Sport in Society 16(8): 1054-1076 (journal article)
  • Mihajlovic Trbovc. Jovana and Tamara Pavasovic Trost
    Who Were the Anti-Fascists? Multiple Interpretations of WWII in Post-Yugoslav Textbooks
  • Karner, Christian and Bram Mertens (eds.), The Use and Abuse of Memory: Interpreting World War II in Contemporary European Politics, pp. 173-192 (book chapter)
  • Pavasovic Trost, Tamara
    The Complexity of Ethnic Stereotypes: A Study of Ethnic Distance among Serbian Youth
  • Spasic, Ivana and Predrag Cveticanin (eds.), Us and Them: Symbolic Divisions in Western Balkan Societies, pp. 135-163 (book chapter)
  • Pavasovic Trost, Tamara
    War Crimes as Political Tools: Bleiburg and Jasenovac in History Textbooks 1973 – 2012
  • History and Politics in the Western Balkans: Changes at the Turn of the Millennium, pp. 13-47 (book chapter)
  • Pavasovic Trost, Tamara and Koen Slootmaekers
    Religion, Homosexuality and Nationalism in the Balkans: The Role of Religious Institutions in Defining the Nation
  • Gods, Gays, and Governments: Religious and Sexual Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe (book chapter)
  • Full Bibliography of Published Articles (COBISS)
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