• Fiedler, A. and Traunspurger, J. To Remember or Not To Remember? The Germans and National Socialism – A Typology. Edited volume, WP2 (G. Antoniou, V. Triga)
  • Fiedler, A. (2021). Defying Memory? Tracing the Power of Hegemonic Memory in Everyday Discourse Using the Example of National Socialism in Germany. International Journal of Communication 15, 3379–3396.
  • Faris Kočan, Rok Zupančič, Iris Ivaniš. When the troubled past governs the (European) future: History, narratives and regimes of memory in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Edited volume, WP2 (G. Antoniou, V. Triga). (PDF)
  • Faris Kočan, Rok Zupančič, Iris Ivaniš. Mine, yours, ours, no one’s: The story of the national museum of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Edited volume, WP2 (G. Antoniou, V. Triga). (PDF)
  • Rok Zupančič, Faris Kočan, Iris Ivaniš. Symbolic Power of the European Union in Bosnia- Herzegovina: The Bourdieusian Approach to Post- Conflict Societies. Politics of Symbolization Across Central and Eastern Europe.(PDF)
  • Michele Barricelli. (2020). Germany and Its Nazi Past – Coming to Terms in the European Context. Edited volume, WP2 (G. Antoniou, V. Triga).
  • Antoniou, G. and Dinas, E. Kosmidis, S.  Collective Victimhood and Social Prejudice: A Post-Holocaust Theory of Anti-Semitism. Political Psychology, Vol. 0, No. 0, 2020.
  • Zupančič, R., Kočan, F., Vuga, J. (2021) Ethnic distancing through aesthetics in Bosnia-Herzegovina: appraising the limits of art as a peacebuilding tool with a socio-psychological experiment. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, Volume 21, 2021 – Issue 1. (PDF)
  • Irene Martín, Marta Paradés, Piotr Zagorski. How the past influences the vote of the Populist Radical Right Parties in Germany, Poland and Spain. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, R&R.
  • Zupančič, R., Kočan, F., Vučko, T. Use, misuse and abuse of culture and arts in peacebuilding and reconciliation processes in post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina  – the article was accepted in Studia Politica (Romanian Political Science Review). “Paper under review”
  • Rok Zupančič, Nikandros Ioannidis, Faris Kočan. The European Union’s (In)Ability to Address Troubled Past(s): Voices From Eight European Countries. “Paper under Review”
  • Christofidou, A. & Dimitra L. Milioni (forthcoming). Art Heterotopias Against Hegemonic Discourses: Dancing the Cyprus Conflict (under revision)
  • Katarzyna Bojarska, “Wilhelm Sasnal’s Transitional Images,” Miejsce. studia nad sztuką i architekturą polską XX i XXI wieku 2020, issue 6 pp. 164-193; thematic issue devoted to the memory of the Nazi genocide in Polish visual arts (Link to the article)
  • Kočan, F. and Zupančič, R. (forthcoming). Revisiting the European Union’s agency as peace-maker or as source of ontological insecurity?: The case of ontological self-imposed assymetry in Republika Srpska. Under review process for Special Issue in Uluslararasi Iliskiler (The Journal of International Relations);
  • Kočan, F. (forthcoming). How can ”overall progress and development” fail in post-conflict societies? Securitization of the 2005-2007 Stabilisation and Association Agreement negotiations in Republika Srpska. Under review process in Nationalities Papers.
  • Kasapović, M. and Kočan, F. (forthcoming). ‘A blitzkireg against the Republika Srpska’: How the Prud and Butmir processes of constitutional reform in Bosnia were securitized. Under review process in Ethnopolitics.
  • Nicolaidou, I., Nielsen-Egenfeldt, S., Zupančič, R., Hajslund, S., Milioni, D.L. Developing Fact Finders: A Mobile Game for Overcoming Intractable Conflicts. (Link to the Article)
  • Martín, I., Marta Paradés and Piotr Zagórski. How the traumatic past influences the vote of the Populist Radical Right Parties in Germany, Poland and Spain. Journal of Contemporary European Studies. Forthcoming.
  • Irene Martín, Marta Paradés & Piotr Zagórski (2022) How the traumatic past influences the vote of the populist radical right parties in Germany, Poland, and Spain, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, DOI: 10.1080/14782804.2022.2070138. (PDF )