Ljubica Spaskovska

IMG_0137Ljubica Spaskovska is an Associate Research Fellow at the University of Exeter, UK. She received her PhD at the same university with a dissertation on “The last Yugoslav generation – youth politics and cultures in late socialism”. She holds master degrees from the Universities of Sarajevo and Bologna (European Master in Democracy and Human Rights), and from the Central European University in Budapest (MA in Central European history). Between 2009 and 2014 she was also part – both as a full-time research fellow and as a research collaborator – of the University of Edinburgh based project ‘Europeanisation of citizenship in the successor states of the former Yugoslavia’ (CITSEE). She has also worked as a literary translator from French and English, having so far translated from French ‘Man’s fate’ by Andre Malraux (Magor 2013), ‘The possibility of an island’ by Michel Houellebecq (TRI 2007) and ‘One year’ by Jean Eshenoz (Templum 2006).



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