Emina Bužinkić


Emina Bužinkić
+385 1 487 7460

ORCiD ID: 0000-0002-9335-7943

Job title: Postdoctoral researcher

Emina Bužinkić, PhD is a researcher, activist, and writer at the intersections of migration, refuge, education, transnational solidarities, and feminist praxis. Emina engages in research, writing, education, public agitation, and resistance activism in the fields of migration and border regimes, militarization, xenoracism, ethno-nationalism, civil society, peace and anti-war movements, and the neoliberalization of public goods. She continuously explores the possibilities of migration justice through the actions of social movements and people’s tribunals, advocates for socially responsible academia, and is writing a book titled Storying Social Distancing: Race, Border and Refugee. She earned her doctorate in critical educational, cultural, feminist, and human rights studies from the University of Minnesota in the USA. She is a member of the editorial collective for the journal AGITATE! – Unsettling knowledges and the organizations IMISCOE, Comparative International Education Association (CIES), and American Education Research Association (AERA). She publishes in both local and international journals. Currently, she is employed as a postdoctoral researcher with the project ENDURE – Inequalities, Community Resilience and New Governance Modalities in a Post-pandemic World, which is financially supported by the Croatian Science Foundation.

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