Lowered Voices: Serb Women in the Siege of Sarajevo (working title)
My dissertation explores the social consequences of violence through an ethnography and oral history of Serb women in Sarajevo. Attending to narratives that are often confined to the private realm, I demonstrate how Serb women who lived through the siege of Sarajevo navigate a post-war moral landscape where they often feel marked as aggressors.
Other Research Experience:
Research assistant to Dr. Parin Dossa, Simon Fraser University, SSHRC project “Social Wounding: Journeying with Canadian Muslims into the World of Palliative Care/End-of-Life,” September to December 2017
David Lam Centre, Asian Studies, Simon Fraser University – Research Assistant, February to June 2017
Atira Women’s Resource Society: Enterprising Women Making Art (EWMA) Program – Student Intern, January to June 2011
The Belgrade Centre for Human Rights – Research Intern, September to December 2009