This is my work (in English) published to date – for work in progress, slides or conference papers, please get in touch.

The links are either to the publisher’s website or to the page, where you can find the early versions of most of these publications. Feel free to contact me if you have trouble accessing either.

Books (monographs):

Bacevic, J. 2014. From Class to Identity: Politics of Education Reforms in Former Yugoslavia. Budapest and New York, NY: Central European University Press.

Book chapters (in edited volumes):

Bacevic, J. 2018. University under attack? Politics, contestation and agency beyond the neoliberal university. In: R. Barnett and M. Peters (eds). The Global University. New York: Peter Lang.

Bacevic, J. 2017. Beyond the Third Mission: Toward an Actor-Based Account of Universities’ Relationship with Society. In: H. Ergül and S. Coşar, eds.: Universities in the Neoliberal Era: Academic Cultures and Critical Perspectives. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 21-39.

Bacevic, J. 2016. “Education, Conflict, and Class Reproduction in Socialist Yugoslavia”, In: R. Archer, I. Duda and P. Stubbs, eds: Social Inequalities and Discontent in Yugoslav Socialism. London: Routledge, pp. 77-93.

Bacevic, J. 2015. “They had sex, drugs and rock’n’roll; we’ll have mini-jobs and loans to pay” – Transition, social change and student movements in the post-Yugoslav region, In: S. Horvat and I. Štiks, eds. Welcome to the Desert of Post-Socialism! Radical Politics After Yugoslavia. London: Verso.

Bacevic, J. 2015. ‘Divided Universities, Divided Societies? Higher Education, Elite Mobilisation, and Politics of Identity in the former Yugoslavia’, in F. Bieber and H. Heppner (eds) Universities and Elite Formation in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe, Vienna: LIT Verlag, 267-283.

Bacevic, J. 2014. “What kind of university for what kind of society? Nation-states, postnational constellations, and higher education in the post-Yugoslav space”, in Zgaga, P., Teichler, U. and J. Brennan (eds) The globalization challenge for European higher education, New York: Peter Lang, 287-308.

Selected articles in peer-reviewed journals:

Bacevic, J. and Muellerleile, C. 2017. The moral economy of Open Access. European Journal of Social Theory, SAGE Online First

Nokkala, T. and Bacevic, J. 2014. University Autonomy, Agenda Setting and the Construction of Agency: the case of the European University Association in the European Higher Education Area, European Educational Research Journal, Vol. 3 No. 16, 2014, pp. 699-714.

Bacevic, J. 2014. (Education for) work sets you free: ‘employability’ and higher education in former Yugoslavia and its successor states, European Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 4 No. 3, pp. 281-296

Bacevic, J. 2011. Borders of the Europe of Knowledge? Higher Education, Mobility and Knowledge Transfer in the Western Balkans, Der Donauraum Vol. 51 Nos. 3-4, pp. 211-224.

Bacevic, J. 2010. Masters or servants? Power and discourse in Serbian higher education reform, Social Anthropology, Vol. 18 No.1, pp. 43–56.

Book reviews:

Bacevic, J. 2017. “Solving the Democratic Problem.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6, no. 5 (2017): 50-52.

Bacevic, J. 2017. Critters, critics, and Californian theory: review of Haraway’s Staying with the trouble. Goldsmiths Political economy research centre (PERC) Anthropocene reading group, 2016/7.

Encyclopaedia/handbook entries, reports:

Bacevic, J. (with Terhi Nokkala). [in print]. Agenda Setting and Policy Development in Higher Education. In: P.N. Teixeira and J. Shin (eds). Encyclopaedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Dordrecht: Springer.

Bacevic, J., Bancroft, I., Fridman, O., and Tosic, J. 2011. The Conflict and its Aftermath in South Serbia – Social and Ethnic Relations, Agency and Belonging in Presevo and Bujanovac. Report prepared for UNDP Serbia. Belgrade: Center for Comparative Conflict Studies.

Bacevic, J. 2011. Universities in Post Conflict Societies, In: Bergan, S et al. (ed): Leadership and Governance in Higher Education: The Handbook. Berlin: RAABE Academic publishers.