Born in 1972 in former Yugoslavia (at present Serbia) Maria Vivod graduated the prestigious Lyceum of Sremski Karlovci. She studied French language and literature at the University of Novi Sad, before venturing into anthropology at the University of Strasbourg, France. She received there her PhD in Ethnology in 2005. She is an associate researcher and Ethnologist at the research unit ‘Dynamics of Europe’ also in Strasbourg. Her research interests include identity, ethnic, and social conflicts; ethnic belonging; world tradition and change; politics of the Balkans; medical anthropology; social mobility and migration; and visual anthropology.

Maria Vivod
Social Anthropologist, Associate Researcher, CNRS (Centre National de Recherches Scientifiques), Research Laboratory, ‘Dynamics of Europe’ Strasbourg, France
Born in 1972 in former Yugoslavia (at present Serbia) Maria Vivod graduated the prestigious Lyceum of Sremski Karlovci. She studied French language and literature at the University of Novi Sad, before venturing into anthropology at the University of Strasbourg, France. She received there her PhD in Ethnology in 2005. She is an associate researcher and Ethnologist at the research unit ‘Dynamics of Europe’ also in Strasbourg. Her research interests include identity, ethnic, and social conflicts; ethnic belonging; world tradition and change; politics of the Balkans; medical anthropology; social mobility and migration; and visual anthropology.

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