Political and Social Studies

Strahovnik Vojko

Vojko Strahovnik is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, and Research Fellow at the Faculty of Theology, University of Ljubljana. His main research focus is the structure and phenomenology of normativity. This theme crosscuts a number of philosophical fields (ethics, epistemology, philosophy of science, aesthetics) as well as

Verovšek Peter

Dr. Peter J. Verovšek is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Politics/International relations. He studied Government (high honors) and German as a undergraduate at Dartmouth College (AB 2006, summa cum laude). He then conducted research on the continuing effects of the memories of World War II in the politics of the former Yugoslavia as a U.S.

Pristavec Teja

Teja Pristavec is a sociologist and a Research Assistant Professor of statistical sciences at the University of Virginia Biocomplexity Institute and Initiative, Social and Decision Analytics Division. She obtained her BA in cultural studies at the University of Ljubljana, received MA and PhD degrees in sociology from Rutgers University, and completed postdoctoral training in applied

Bračič Ana

Prof. Bračič joined the Political Science department at Michigan State University in Fall 2019. Her research is predominantly in the field of comparative politics, and focuses on questions of human rights, discrimination, the persistence of social exclusion, and ground-level effectiveness of human rights institutions, such as NGOs. Most of her research relies on lab-in-field &