Researcher and Educator in Port Elizabeth, South Africa
I work at Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. My research and teaching interests range from post-war reconstruction, development and peace-building; higher education in post-war settings; social justice advocacy and activism; decolonization of knowledge; to higher education internationalization.
I've published peer-reviewed papers in African Security Review, Transformation in Higher Education, Journal of Studies in International Education, Africa Insight, Journal for Development and Leadership, Commonwealth Youth and Development, and book chapters (here, here and here).
Survivor of the Bosnian war, I'm the author of ‘Not My Turn to Die: Memoirs of a Broken Childhood in Bosnia’ (AMACOM Books, 2008).
My education: DPhil in Development Studies and MPhil in Conflict Transformation and Management (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University); BA in History and Business Management (St John's University, Minnesota, USA).
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