About Damirka Mihaljevic

Dr. Damirka Mihaljevic is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Mostar, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Education: Dr. Mihaljevic studied at the University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Science, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has a Master Degree in Political Science from the Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia (2006), and a PhD in Political Science from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2012).

Academic activities: Damirka Mihaljevic has been teaching the courses Political doctrines and ideologies, Political culture, Ideological and political transformations of the Southeast Europe at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Mostar since the academic year 2012/2013. At the same faculty, she has been teaching the courses Political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Feminist theories since the academic year 2015/2016. She also teaches Europeanization and democracy in transition countries, the course for postgraduate students of the Specialist Studies EU Project Management at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Mostar.

Publications:

Books: "The legal and political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina" (2013) and "Political culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina" (2014).

Articles:

  • Mihaljević, D. (2008) “The influence of public opinion on international relations”, in: Bosna Franciscana, No. 28, pp.75-84.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2010) Does Bosnia and Herzegovina have the opportunity to build a common value system?” in: National Security and the Future, no.1, pp.45-59.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2012) “Turkey in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the past and today, in: Proceedings of the international symposium “Turkey in the Balkans,” December 2012, Banja Luka, pp.242-251.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2013) ”The Balkan Political Culture-The Problem of Democratization”, in: National Security and the Future, no.2, pp.9-17.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2013) “Democratization of European countries in transition”, Collectionsof Papers, pp .139-150.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2014) “Political culture and disintegration of Yugoslavia“, in: Bosna Franciscana, no. 41. Pp.235-245.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2014) „Democratization of Bosnia and Herzegovina – the problem of political identity construction“, in Collections of Papers, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Mostar,pp.223-238.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2015) „Ideological clashes in Bosnia and Herzegovinain Collections of Papers, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Mostar, pp.83-99.

  • Mihaljević, D., M. Šilić (2015) „Thatcherism – political conception of belief, in HUM, no.14, pp.105-124.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2015) „Feminism – What Has It Accomplished?“, in: Mostariensia, no 1, pp.149-169.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2018) „Political education as an answer to problems of democratization in Bosnia and Herzegovina“, in: Politics of building peace int he region:Burdens from the past and visions for the future, pp.217-229.

  • Mihaljević, D. (2019)„Political Culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina“, in: Pilar, No.25-26, pp.51-70.

  • MIHALJEVIĆ,D. (2020)„Political participation of women in Bosnia and Herzegovina“, in TREĆA, no.1, pp 39-56.

  • Mihaljević, D., Bošnjak, A.(2019)„Education policy and political education in BiH“, in Pregled, no.2, pp.31-47.


Contact address:

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of MostarMatice hrvatske bb, 88 000-MostarBosnia and Herzegovinae-mail: damirka.mihaljevic@ff.sum.ba