RAN Plenary 2023
European Commission, Brussels. 13 October 2023
Younger generations, older tragedies: How can commemoration support P/CVE?
Radicalisation Awareness Network. Victims and Survivors. European Commission. Madrid, 26-27 September 2023.
Actions to improve the comprehensive protection of victims of terrorism in the European Union
Ministry of Interior, Spain. Madrid, 25 September 2023
Decolonization in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe
The German Federal Agency for Civic Education and the Protestant Academy, Tutzing, Germany, 26-28 June 2023
Cultural and artistic P/CVE approaches with victims/survivors of terrorism
RAN, European Commission, Vienna, Austria, 22-23 June 2023
Conferral of European Research and Mobility Grants in European Studies of the Charles V European Award to Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (Jury member)
The Royal Monastery of Yuste, Spain, 31 May - 2 June 2023.
"Commemoration as a practice of memory consumerism"
The School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, University of Surrey, United Kingdom, 24 May 2023
“ A future with(out) a past? Europeanization, memory and the Western Balkans”
The Harriman Institute, Columbia University, USA, 24 April 2023
EU Remembrance day for the victims of terrorism
Brussels, Belgium, 10 March 2023
"Temporal conflicts and the victimhood communities (un)bound by memory"
Guest lecture, Leuven, Belgium, 02 March 2023
Mémorial de la Shoah & European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage, Paris, France, 21-23 February 2023
RAN Practitioners meeting, Victims/Survivors of Terrorism, European Commission
Brussels, Belgium, 30 November 2022
The African Union & the European Union Transitional Justice Forum
Banjul, The Gambia, 24-25 November 2022
RAN Practitioners meeting, Victims/Survivors of Terrorism, European Commission
Nice, France, 29-30 September 2022
Historical Perspectives on Victims of Terrorism in the Modern Age
Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany, 29th of September – 1st of October 2022
Europeanising memory: Holocaust in the Western Balkans
Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies, 9 September 2022
Hunting down monuments: Memorial work and the role of researchers in the aftermath of trauma
The University of Manchester (UK), 2 March 2022
The efficacy of memorialisation after terrorism
Barcelona, 8 February 2022
XIV Transitional Justice Forum in the post-Yugoslav countries
Belgrade (RS), 17-18 December 2021
Belgrade (RS), 6-10 December 2021
"Hunting down a theory on monuments"
The University of Manchester (UK), 1 December 2021
EU Memory Politics and the “Two Totalitarianisms” in Post-Yugoslav Countries
Central European University (CEU), 29 November 2021
The effects of Europeanisation on memory politics in the Western Balkans
6th International Philosophical Dialogue "East-West", Philosophy of Memory, Skopje, Sveti Nikole 6-8 October 2021
Europeanising memory in the Balkans
Guest lecture, Jean Monnet Chair in the Europeanisation of Southeastern Europe, Graz University, 14 June 2021
Discussant in: The Political Instrumentalization of the Past
ASN Convention, Panel CE17, 8.00-9.30 AM EST, 7 May 2021
Europeanisation and the Yugoslav wars
Guest lecture, Instituut voor Filosofische en Sociaal-wetenschappelijke Educatie, 14 March 2021
Jean Monnet Centre Montreal, Speakers Series 2021
(Un)Shared European memory: Remembering victims of terrorism, Montreal (Canada), 25 February 2021
Book launch: Europeanisation and Memory Politics in the Western Balkans
Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa, Trento (Italy), 4 December 2020 ( in ITALIAN )
Editing the past: What corrective measures for colonialism in an urban space?
"Colonial and slave memories: An international look" Department of Democratic Memory of the City Council of Barcelona, EUROM. Barcelona, 01 December 2020
Interviewing Dr Thomas Bickl, the author of "’The Croatia-Slovenia border dispute' The stages of a protracted conflict and its implications for EU enlargement"
The International Press Association (API-IPA) and the Residence Palace, Brussels, 20 November 2020
Politike pamćenja i prakse sećanja u Jugoistočnoj Evropi
Humanitarian Centre Law Kosovo and REKOM, (on-line), 21 October 2020
Memory and South East Europe: Global currents of activism and contestation
BISA South East Europe Working Group: E-Roundtable, 24 September 2020
A game of memories: Spontaneous memorials and political contestation in Brussels, Malta and Banja Luka
(Milosevic, A; Denti, D & Sasso, A.)
BISA Annual Conference 2020, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 16-19 June 2020
Signaling Values: Europeanisation & Memory Politics in Croatia and Serbia
PhD Defence, KU Leuven (Auditorium Emma Vorlat, 14h), 17 December 2019
(Un)Healing the wounds of violence? Memorials and Conflict
Guest lecture, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), 04 December 2019
The Paris Peace Forum
Paris, France. 11-13 November 2019.
Troisièmes Rencontres d’Etudes Balkaniques / Villes des Balkans : Échelles locales, nationales, globales. Marseille. 12-13 Septembre 2019
"A game of memories: spontaneous memorialisation and their contestation in Brussels, Malta and
Banja Luka" (with Davide Denti)
Mini-symposium at the Memory Studies Annual Conference (Convenor), Madrid, 25-28 June 2019.
Posledice evropeizacije sećanja s fokusom na Balkan - “signaliziranje vrednosti“. Debata o politikama i praksama sećanja. RECOM initiative. Belgrade. 17 June 2019 (Maršalov salon, Kombank dvorana)
Western Balkan accession to the EU: A new strategy or a new postponement? Institute of Economic Studies. Belgrade. 14 June 2019.
"Signaling Values: The Europeanization and memory politics in the Western Balkans"
ISA Conference. Panel TA10: "New Memory Challenges In The Western Balkans And Beyond" Belgrade. 17 June 2019.
The 2019 ASEEES Summer Convention, Zagreb, Croatia. June 14-16. Panel organiser and discussant with prof. Vjeran Pavlakovic, Uni Rijeka.
"The Europeanisation and Memory Politics in the former Yugoslavia"
Vulnerable groups, fieldwork & missing data: A qualitative and quantitative approach
Methodology seminar. Leuven, 28 May 2019
Memory Laws in Europe and Beyond: Towards Ethical Governance of Historical Narratives
MELA project, Kent University Brussels and Asser Institute. Brussels, 24 May 2019
Remembrance and Social Recovery after Terrorist Attacks
Deuil, colère et réconciliation » : réactions de la société civile face aux attentats islamistes. Düsseldorf. 14-15 March 2019
Remembering the past the European way (seminar)
KADOC - Documentation and Research centre on Religion, Culture and Society. Leuven. 20 December 2018.
Memorial fatigue in the post-conflict Western Balkans
Recognition Reparation Reconciliation – The Light and Shadow of Historical Trauma Conference.
Stellenbosch, South Africa. 5-8 December 2018
Meth Lab: Elite Interviewing
LINES, KU Leuven. 22 November 2018.
The Paris Peace Forum (On Peace and European memory)
Paris, France. 11-13 November 2018.
Symptoms and causes of memorial malaise in the Balkans
Europe and the Everyday: Grassroots, EU and the Politics of Crisis. Closing workshop.
European Parliament. 18 October 2018
Why has the reconciliation process in the Balkans taken a back seat?
Doctoral seminar, KU Leuven. 17 October 2018
The Balkans: Past, Nation and Europeanisation
Memory Laws in Post-Transitional Democracies: Case Studies form Post-Communist States Conference.
Polish Academy of Sciences. Warsaw, Poland. 5 October 2018
The Apolitics of Remembrance: Memorialising the victims of terrorism
Politicogenetmaal 2018. Leiden University, Netherlands, 7-8 June 2018
European commemoration of Vukovar: Shared memory or joint remembrance?
Cambridge University, UK. BASEES Annual Conference, 15 April 2018
OLDER EVENTS INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR: ACTIONS TO IMPROVE THE COMPREHENSIVE PROTECTION OF VICTIMS OF TERRORISM IN THE EUROPEAN UNION “Younger generations, older tragedies: how can commemoration support PVE?”