Rodoljub Jovanović

Dr. Rodoljub Jovanović holds a PhD in Human Rights: Ethical, Social and Political Challenges (Conflict and Cultures of Peace) from the University of Deusto, Spain. He is currently involved in an outreach program of the United Nation International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (UN IRMCT). His research takes an interdisciplinary perspective combining insights from social psychology, political science, and education to explore issues such as history education, inter-group processes and youth in post conflict-societies. His recent publications include: Reaching Peace by Teaching the War: How History Teachers in Kosovo Teach About the Kosovo War? (2022); The Next Generation: Nationalism and Violence in the Narratives of Serbian Students on the Break-up of Yugoslavia (Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 2022); Controversy in The Classroom: How History Teachers in The Western Balkans Approach Difficult Topics? (Journal of Curriculum Studies, 2020).

Rodoljub Jovanović

SIT Study Abroad


BELGRADE, BUDAPEST, and VIENNA: Comparative European Perspectives on Conflict and Democracy

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