Economies of peace: Economy formation processes in conflict-affected societies. London: Routledge. 2019 [co-edited with Werner Distler and Birte Vogel].
Refereed journal articles
“A Different Women, Peace and Security is Possible? Intersectionality in WPS Resolutions and NAPs,” European Journal of Politics and Gender 43: 6 (2022) [with Sarah Smith].
“Avatars of Colonial and Liberal Violences: The Revelatory Character of COVID-19 Governance in Colombia,” Third World Quarterly 5: 1 (2022) [with Ariana Fernandez and Marcos S. Scauso].
“Navigating to Subsistence: The Gendered Struggles in the Post-war Everyday and Their Implications for Peace,” Politics & Gender 16: 3 (2020).
“The Prespa Agreement between Greece and North Macedonia and the Discordancies of EU Foreign Policy.” European Foreign Affairs Review 24: 4 (2019) [with Angelos Chryssogelos].
“The Mother, the Wife, the Entrepreneur? Women’s Agency and Microfinance in a Disappearing Welfare State.” Civil Wars 20: 2 (2018)
“Economies of Peace: Processes of Economy Formation in Conflict-affected Societies.” Civil Wars 20: 2 (2018) [with Werner Distler and Birte Vogel].
“EU Support to Civil Society Organisations in Conflict-Ridden Countries: A Governance Perspective from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, and Georgia.” International Peacekeeping 23: 2 (2016) [with Krisoffer Liden, Nona Mikhelidze and Birte Vogel].
“Peace’ Across Spaces: Discussing Feminist (and) Decolonial Visions of Peace.” In Feminist Conversations on Peace, ed. Sarah Smith and Keina Yoshida, Bristol University Press, 2022 [with Nita Luci and Sofia Zaragocin Carvajal].
“Feminised Work, Invisible Labour: Against the Formal—Informal Economy Dichotomy.” In Handbook of Feminist Peace Research, ed. Tarja Väyrynen, Élise Féron, Peace Medie, Swati Parashar, Catia Confortini. London and New York, Routledge, 2021.
“Space, Class and Peace: Spatial Governmentality in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina.” In Spatialising Peace and Conflict: Mapping the Production of Places, Sites and Scales of Violence, ed. Annika Björkdahl, Susanne Buckley-Zistel, 141-158. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
“Government of Peace and Resistive Subjectivities: Autonomy, Ethnicity and Gender in Northeast India and Bosnia and Herzegovina” In Cultures of Governance and Peace: A Comparison of EU and Indian Theoretical and Policy Approaches, ed. J. Peter Burgess, Oliver P. Richmond, Ranabir Samaddar. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016 [with Atig Ghosh].
“Agency, Autonomy and Compliance in (Post-)Conflict Situations: Perspectives from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Jammu and Kashmir.” In Cultures of Governance and Peace: A Comparison of EU and Indian Theoretical and Policy Approaches, ed. J. Peter Burgess, Oliver P. Richmond, Ranabir Samaddar. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016 [with Sumona Das Gupta, Birte Vogel and Navnita Chadha Behera].
“Interaction between Internal and External Governance Initiatives in Bosnia and Herzegovina.” In Norms and Premises of Peace Governance: Socio-Cultural Commonalities and Differences in Europe and India, Berghof Occasional Paper No. 32, ed. Janel Galvanek, Hans J. Giessmann, Mir Mubashir, 66-70. Berlin: Berghof Foundation, 2012.
“The Current State of European Security.” In OSCE-Yearbook 2008: Yearbook on the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), ed. Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg, 91-117. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2008 [with Michael Merlingen and Manuel Mireanu].
Monograph, Intersectional Justice and Peace Processes: Rethinking Justice in Post-War Societies.
Journal article, “Of Love and Frustration as Post-Yugoslav Female Scholars: Contradictions and Coloniality in Knowledge Production” [with Dzeneta Karabegovic, Sladjana Lazic, Vjosa Musliu, Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik, and Julija Sardelic].
Journal article, “Between the Literature and the Field: Unlearning and Relearning Fluency When Researching One’s ‘Home’” [with Maja Nenadović].
Journal article, “Building ‘Resilient Economies’ in the Aftermath of Armed Conflict: Gendered and Intersectional Blind Spots in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Colombia.”
Journal article, “Falling Through the Cracks: WPS and Intersectionality in Peace Processes.”
Journal article, “Coping, Resistance and Myths: Humour as Meta-Data in Peace Research.”