Stef Jansen is Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester (UK). Based on long term ethnographic research in the post-Yugoslav states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia, his work aims to contribute to critical anthropological understandings of everyday experiences of contemporary political transformations.
Title: Bordering Bosnia and Herzegovina: a historical anthropology in postcolonial perspective
Keywords: home-making, hope, statecraft, borders, antinationalism, political subjectivity
- Yearnings in the Meantime: 'Normal Life' and The State in a Sarajevo Apartment Complex (Berghahn, 2015, 2018)
- Negotiating Social Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Semiperipheral Entanglements (Routledge, 2016, co-edited with Čarna Brković and Vanja Čelebičić)
- Struggles for Home: Violence, Hope and the Movement of People (Berghahn, 2008, co-edited with Staffan Löfving)
- Antinacionalizam: etnografija otpora u Zagrebu i Beogradu (XX Vek, 2005)
A list of further publications is available on: http://personalpages.manchester.ac.uk/staff/Stef.Jansen