Aleksandar Obradović graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Belgrade, and earned a Master’s degree from the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) in Paris in the field of Political Anthropology.
He has worked as a researcher and analyst in the civil and governmental sectors in Serbia, France, and the Czech Republic. He is the author of two reports and one publication on the position of national minorities in the former Yugoslavia, as well as several articles on urban anthropology, public space issues, and minority discourses.
His areas of interest are postcolonialism, political culture, cultural identities, and issues of political representation in space.
Aleksandar speaks Czech, English, French and Serbo-Croatian.
Belgrade and Sarajevo – 30 Years Later
This project is the result of a one-year research project funded by Tandem Western Balkans as an initiative of European Cultural Foundation and MitOst e.V. The Tandem consists of a collaboration between Aleksandar Obradović from Philopolitcs, based in Belgrade, and Lejla Odobašić Novo from International Burch University, based in Sarajevo. The project maps […]
The Golden Cage of the Myanmar Army
Since its foundation, a decade and a half ago (2005), the capital of Myanmar – Naypyidaw – has been a great mystery. Located in the center of the country, among dense tropical forests and rice fields, this city is shrouded in a veil of secrecy and illogicality. Until now, when the military coup carried out […]
Policies of Conquest and Integration in Tawantinsuyu
The Four-Piece Empire (in Quechua Tawantinsuyu), better known as the Inca Empire, originated from the small mountainous Kingdom of Cusco. From the city of the same name, it will expand and create the largest pre-Columbian state in both Americas. The Incas used the knowledge, technology and skills of many cultures and civilisations that existed before […]
Yanantin and Masintin
Andean civilisation is unique in many ways. It is the only great civilisation that originated on the mountain range – the Andes, after which it got its name. Also, it is the only one in which an empire of continental proportions was created, but which did not have a script, a wheel, riding animals, or […]
African Americans on the American Pantheon
Right on Public Remembrance Who has the right to public remembrance? Which group has the right to legalize its existence in public space? The appropriation of public space, as well as the rights of who can and who cannot be represented in it, are increasingly the topic of political debates, and even open conflicts. […]