Aleksandar Obradović (1984, Belgrade) graduated 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, and the author of 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.
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. […]