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- intellectual history, history of ideas, cultural history, culture of remembrance, identities, cultural heritage, cultural diplomacy, cultural and educational policy, French history, French politics, Serbian history, Balkans, Western Balkans, soft power, First World War, Franco-Serbian relations .
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Dr. Aleksandra Kolaković
2020 – Present: Project manager (with Sacha Markovic) of the project: France and the Western Balkans: the legacy of the past and the EU integration process, (PHC), Institute for Political Studies and EUR’ORBEM, Sorbonne Universités, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Belgrade, Paris, Serbia, France.
2020 – Present: Member of the Expert Council of the Institute for the Study of Cultural Development, Serbia.
2018 – 2019: Project manager (with Philippe Gelez) of the project: Franco-Serbian Relations In the Field of Diplomatic Relations and Media Representations: Historical Perspectives and Current Challenges, (PHC), Institute for Political Studies and EUR’ORBEM, Sorbonne Universités, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Belgrade, Paris, Serbia, France.
2018 – Present: member of the Board of directors, Belgrade City Museum, Serbia.
2018 – Present: guest lecture, Kulturni centar Novi Sad, Serbia.
2018: Project manager, 180 Years of Franco-Serbian Relations: Cultural and Historical Heritage, Institute for Political Studies, Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia.
2016: Visiting scholar, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research.
2016: Project manager, Susret sa Beogradom = Rencontre avec Belgrade = Meeting with Belgrade, Center for Culture and Diaspora Studies, Belgrade, Serbia.
2014–2015: Project member and educator, Training courses for professional development of history teachers, Novi Logos, Belgrade, Serbia, Ministry of Education Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.
2013 – Present: Research Associate, Institute for Political Studies, Belgrade, member of the project: The Democratic and National Capacities of Serbia’s Institutions in the Process of International Integrations.
2013 – Present: founder of Non-Government Organization, Center for Culture and Diaspora Studies, Belgrade.
2011 – Present: member of Non-Government Organization, Center for Urban Development, Belgrade.
2006 – 2013: Research Assistant, Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, member of the project: History of Political Ideas and Institutions in the Balkans in the 19th and 20th Centuries
2005 – 2006: history professor, Sport High school, Belgrade, Serbia.
- Recent Publications
Kolaković Aleksandra. “Présentation de la nouvelle Yougoslavie en France de 1945 à 1973. Diplomatie et culture.” In La France et la Serbe: Les défis de l’amitié éternelle, edited by Aleksandra Kolaković, Sacha Markovic. Belgrade: Institut za političke studije, 2020, forthcoming.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “Serbian Press in France during the 20th Century: Among the Cultural Diplomacy and the Information on the Diaspora” Les Cahiers balkaniques, 47 (2020), 139 – 154.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “Music and cultural diplomacy: Presentation of the “new Yugoslavia” in France after 1945”, in: Ivana Vesic, Vesna Peno, Bostijan Udovič (ed.), The Tunes of Diplomatic Notes Music and Diplomacy in Souteast Europe (18th–20th century), Institute of Musicology SASA, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Beograd, Ljubljana, 2020, 167 –183.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “La France, protectrice des Slaves: Les intellectuels yougoslaves et la Déclaration du Comité slave en France (1924)”, Revue des études slaves, XCI 1-2 | 2020, 115-129.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “War, Intellectuals and the Balkan States: Perceptionof Frenchintellectuals on Serbia and Serbsin the Great War”, European Revolutions and the Ottoman Balkans: War, Nationalism and Empire from Napoleon to the Bolsheviks (The Ottoman Empire and the World), I B Tauris, London New York, 2020, 221–234.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “La France et la Grande Guerre danas la memoire serbe” [“France and the Great War in the Serbian Culture of Remembrance”], Srpska politička misao, posebno izdanje, special edition, 2018, 83–106.
Kolakovć Aleksandra, “War and Propaganda in 1915: French Intellectuals and Actualization of Serbian Issues”, in: D. Denda, M. C. Ortner (ed.), The Great War in 1915, Belgrade Wien 2017, 330–352.
Kolaković Aleksandra, U službi otadžbine: saradnja francuskih i srpskih intelektualaca 1894–1914 [For the Homeland: Cooperation of French and Serbian Intellectuals 1894–1914], Institut za političke studije, Beograd
Kolaković Aleksandra, Susret sa Beogradom: Francuzi o Beogradu na prelazu iz 19. u 20. vek = Rencontre avec Belgrade : les Français parlent de Belgrade au tournant du XIXe siècle au XXe siècle = Meeting with Belgrade: French talking about Belgrade at the turn of the century, Centar za istraživanje kulture i dijaspore, Belgrade 2016.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “Intellectuals in the Great War: French-Serbian Cooperation”, in: Antonello Biagini, Giovanna Motta (ed.), The First World War Analysis and Interpretation, Volume 2, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge 2015, 133–144.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “– Road to Great War – Serbian Intellectuals and Austro-Hungarian Policy in the Balkans (1894–1914)”, Serbian Political Thought, № 1 (2014), 67–89.
Kolaković Aleksandra, “L’Élite Serbe et le modéle culturel français dans la Revue Delo 1894–1915”, in: D. T. Bataković (dir.), Une alliance atypique Les relations franco-serbes 1878–1940, Belgrade 2010, 205–217.
- Media Coverage
- Country Focus
- Expertise by Geography
- Eastern Europe, France, Western Europe
- Expertise by Chronology
- 19th century, 20th century, 21st century
- Expertise by Topic
- Book History, Diplomacy, Migration & Immigration, Museums, Politics, Public History, Science, Urban History, World War I, World War II