Elma DURMIŠEVIĆ is a professor of Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian language and literature (graduated in 2007). She was proclaimed the most successful student of the Department of Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian language at the 57th annual ceremony of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo. Since January 2008 she has been employed as an assistant instructor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo in the field of Contemporary Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian language. She is working on the following subjects: phonetics and phonology, language culture, semantics, grammar, and the Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian language. She is a postgraduate student of linguistics at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. She is also currently active in the Foreign Language School at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. Her current research topics include sociolinguistics, semantics and stylistics.
Denis DŽANIĆ is a student at the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Sarajevo, and a member of ZINK, a scientific research incubator at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology as a student-researcher. He translates from English. He is especially interested in logic, philosophy of science, and theory of knowledge.
Lemana FILANDRA is a third-year student of Philosophy and English language and literature at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo. Her fields of interest include philosophy of existentialism, pragmatism, phenomenology, Anglo-American culture and literature, literary and theatre criticism, American transcedentalism, beat generation, playwriting and gender studies.
Jelena GAKOVIĆ is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology and a postgraduate student at the University of Sarajevo. Her undergraduate degree was in philosophy and sociology, for which she was awarded the Heinrich Böll scholarship. By participating in a number of trainings and international conferences, she continuously expanded her knowledge, interests and horizons. In the course of her professional experience, she has worked in the television sector and was actively involved in the implementation of projects fostering freedom of expression, pluralism and independence of the media. Currently, she is conducting research for her master’s thesis on the role of the media in the democratization of societies. Her scientific interests are in the areas of political philosophy, communication studies, aesthetics and the sociology of culture.
Vanja IVANIŠEVIĆ earned her BA (2008) and MA (2010) degrees in Philosophy and Sociology from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo. She is a member of ZINK, a scientific research incubator, as a student-researcher. She is interested in eastern and comparative philosophy, social ontology and ethics.
Lamija LANDŽO is currently enrolled in her Masters studies at the department of psychology at the University of Sarajevo, working on her final thesis which investigates how specific emotions affect the depth of information processing. Her fields of interest are mainly psychology of groups and intergroup relations, cognitive, and educational psychology. During her studies, she took part in different non- governmental projects, seminars, and conferences, which tackled different aspects of human rights issues. She is a member of the international NGO Humanity in Action, where she holds the title of Senior Fellow.
Dr.Sc. Vedad MUHAREMOVIĆ is a docent at the Faculty of Philosophy (Department of Sociology), University of Sarajevo. He graduated in July 2006 andreceived a BA in philosophy and sociology. At the ceremony dedicated to the 57th anniversary of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, he was honored as the most successful student of his generation at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology and was a candidate for a Golden Badge of the Sarajevo University. He received his MA in sociology in 2010 at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. He defended his doctoral thesis at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo in 2014. His scientific interests are in the fields of Classical and Contemporary Sociological theories, Contemporary Sociology, Social Philosophy, Theories of Nationalism, Contemporary Philosophy. He is a coordinator of ZINK, the first Bosnian scientific research incubator, member of ESA Social Theory Research Network and an executive editor of the SOPHOS journal.
Ivana NEVESINJAC graduated from the German Department at the University of Sarajevo Faculty of Philosophy in 2007 and works there now as a teaching assistant for German language and literature teacher. She has taught the following courses: German 18th Century Literature, Contemporary German Drama, Overview of the History of German Literature, German Literature and Audiovisual Media, Weimar Classicism, and Intercultural Aspects of German Literature. She is a member of the Southeast Europe Association for German Studies (Südosteuropäischer Germanistenverband).
Davor NJEGIĆ received his M.A. in English language and literature from the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, University of Sarajevo, in September 2011. His areas of interest are: British and American prose, literary theory and criticism, postmodernism, movie adaptations and cultural studies.
Adem OLOVČIĆ holds a BA in Philosophy and Sociology. He defended his BA thesis in 2014, in which he explored philosophy of language. He is currently enrolled in MA studies in Philosophy. His fields of interest include German idealism, modern philosophy, philosophy of existentialism, phenomenology, political philosophy, philosophy of language, theory of knowledge, epistemology and philosophical hermeneutics.
Vedran SAJEVIĆ is currently enrolled in final year of Master studies at Philosophy Faculty (Psychology department). His professional interests are Project Management, HR Management, Personality Psychology, Cognitive and Social Psychology. He participated in many scientific meetings, seminars and conferences. In the course of his professional experience, he collaborated with domestic non – goverment organizations and goverment institutions on different projects. He is currently working on prevention program related to juvenile delinkvency, in cooperation with goverment institutions. Also, he is a co – founder of NGO RESTART, and is active attender of Mental Health Program in B&H, founded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. He is currently working on project Perception of Student Employability, as member of ZINK research team.
Dr.Sc. Ivana SELETKOVIĆ obtained BA (2008) and MA (2011) degres on the Comparative Literature Department, and PhD degree (2016) on the Sociology Department at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. She publishes papers (literary critics, essays, poetry) in jurnals in Bosnia and Hercegovina, Republic of Croatia, and Republic of Serbia. She is interested in the fields of Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Art, Socology of Music, Comparative Literature, and Social Phenomenology. Since 2016 Ivana is an Editorial Board member of a Young Researchers’ Journal Sophos and a member of the Scientific Research Incubator (ZINK).
Kerim SUŠIĆ received his B.A. in philosophy and sociology in July 2008 from the University of Sarajevo. He also studied art history at the same university. Kerim Sušić is a member of ZINK, the first scientific-research incubator in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and also is a member of Academia Analitica, a society for the development of logic and analytic philosophy in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is interested in eastern philosophies, especially Islamic philosophy.
Dr. Sc. Kenan ŠLJIVO received the B.Sc., M.Sc. and D.Sc. degrees from the University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. His research interests are topics in the field of epistemology, theory of knowledge, philosophy of mind, cognitive science, formal and symbolic logic and philosophy of language. He is employed at the Department of Philosophy (fields: epistemology, cognitive science, logic-formal and symbolic, philosophy of language). He is member of ZINK since 2007 and editor-in-chief of SOPHOS-a young researchers’ journal. He published several articles concerning epistemology and logic. In a period from 30.09.2011. until 25.12.2011. he participated in a researches program at the University of Erfurt where he investigated topics concerning causality.
Mustafa ŠUVALIJA received his bachelor’s degree form the Department of Psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo in 2006 and is currently enrolled in the post-graduate studies program at the same department. Since 2008, he has been employed as an assistant instructor at the Faculty of Criminal Justice Sciences, University of Sarajevo, in the subject of psychology. He is a member of the Association of Psychologists in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is interested in topics related to social psychology, personality psychology and the psychology of communication.
Tomislav TADIĆ graduated Philosophy and Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo in 2012. He obtained his master's degree in Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, Sociology Department, in 2014. For the achievments during his studies (I – II cycle), he was awarded the “Golden Badge of the University of Sarajevo” in 2014. He works as a teaching assistant at the Sociology Department of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. His research interests are topics in the field of sociology of religion, anthropology of religion and contemporary sociology. He is member of ZINK since 2009.
Ljiljana TUNJIĆ is in her final undergraduate year as a Philosophy and Sociology student at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo. She is a member of ZINK, a scientific research incubator, and a member of Academia Analitica, a society for the development of logic and analytic philosophy in B&H. Her main areas of interest are political philosophy, sociology of science and technology, sociology of culture, and social theory. She is particularly interested in theories concerning contemporary social transformations (globalization, information economy, digital culture, cyberactivism). Currently, Ljiljana is exploring the intersections between ICTs, culture, and society.