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 )
Fiedler, A., Rawski, T., Świrek, K., & Traunspurger, J. (2022). The Perception and Interpretation of Conflicting Mnemonic Narratives: Post-Communist Remembrance in East Germany and Poland.International Journal of Comparative Sociology (Impact Factor 2022: 2.156). Online First. doi:10.1177/00207152221115434