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    Migration, conflict, South Eastern Europe, borders.

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    Contact Details

    Room: NW 806

    Phone: 0121 204 5168 
    Email:  j.obradovic-wochnik@aston.ac.uk


    Jelena joined Aston University in 2009 as a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations. Before joining Aston, Jelena held visiting fellowships at the Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki and the European Union Institute for Security Studies, Paris. Between October and December 2012, Jelena was a visiting fellow at the Center for European Studies, Harvard.

    Specialisms: Western Balkans, war crimes, transitional justice, Serbia and Kosovo.

    Teaching Activity

    • LP3025 - Conflict and Politics in Contemporary Balkans (no longer running)
    • LP2021 - Security Studies 
    • LP3028 - Conflict and Intervention 



    • LPM022 - Security and Defence in Europe (no longer running)
    • LPM034 - International Security (now running as Critical Approaches to Security Studies)

    Teaching Activity

    LPM020- Contributions (one to two sessions) to team taught module.

    LP3004, LP3005, LP3006, LP3009 - PIR Dissertations module convenor

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD in Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham

    Award Date: 14 Jul 2009

    External positions

    Visiting research fellow, Helsingin yliopisto

    20 Aug 201520 Sept 2015

    Harry and Helen Gray Reconciliation Fellow, University

    1 Aug 201415 Sept 2014

    External PhD Supervisor, University of Reading


    Visiting Research Fellow, Helsingin yliopisto

    1 Aug 20121 Sept 2012


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