Lecture “Sovereignty has faltered? Two cases of sovereignty falter of the nation-state with the example of Croatia”, organised by the SASA Institute of Ethnography, was held yesterday. In the context of his thesis on the weakening of the principles of nation-state sovereignty, lecturer Duško Petrović, PhD, spoke about the politics and institutional mechanisms that were practiced during the migrant crisis in the period from 2015 to the end of 2016 in Croatia and neighbouring countries. The moderator of the lecture was Teodora Jovanović, MA, research assistant of the SASA Institute of Ethnography.
Duško Petrović, PhD, (1977) is an associate professor at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. To date, he has published one book (Refugeeism in the Modern World), as well as articles in scientific journals in Croatia and abroad. He writes about topics from the fields of political anthropology and philosophy. In the last few years, he has been intensively researching the phenomenon of refugeeism and migrations in the modern world.