An incomplete list of recent Ph. D. dissertations dealing with
Croatia(ns) and Bosnia-Herzegovina
Prepared by Ante Èuvalo
Adeli, Lisa M. From Jasenovac to Yugoslavism: Ethnic persecution in Croatia during WWII. University of Arizona, 2004.
Anic, Rebeka. Die Frauen in der Kirche Kroatiens im 20. Jahrhundert. Universität Wien, 2001.
Augter, Steffi. Negotiating Croatia's recognition: German foreign policy as two level game. University of London, 2002.
Babinka, Slavica. Multi-tracer study of karst waters and lake sediments in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina Plitvice Lakes National Park and Bihac area. Bonn, University, 2007.
Baric, Daniel. La langue allemande en Croatie, 1815-1848 étude interculturelle. Université de soutenance. 2007.
Bogojeva Magzan, Masha. Music as an ideological construct prevailing ideology in the music curricula in Croatia before and after its independence. Kent State University, 2005.
Bozic-Roberson, Agneza. The politicization of ethnicity as a prelude to ethnopolitical conflict: Croatia and Serbia in former Yugoslavia. Western Michigan University, 2001.
Bo¾iæ-Vrbanèiæ, Senka. Celebrating Forgetting: The Formation of Identity and Memories by Tarara in New Zealand. University of Auckland, 2004.
Cann, Sarah. The politics of ethnic identity in everyday life at the local level in Croatia. University of Edinburgh, 2006.
Caspersen, Nina Fallentin. Intra-ethnic competition and inter-ethnic conflict : Serb elites in Croatia and Bosnia, 1990-1995. University of London, 2006.
Cavka, Majda. Mental health and coping strategies in war and post-war time in Croatian [i.e. Croatia]: A longitudinal study. Univ. Zürich, 2002.
Çela, Arijana. Estimating the economic impact of tourism: A comparative analysis of Albania, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Greece. University of Northern Iowa, 2007.
Chaveneau, Emmanuelle. La Croatie, nouvel Etat européen. Essai de géographie politique. Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2004.
Clewing, Konrad. Staatlichkeit und nationale Identitätsbildung: Dalmatien in Vormärz und Revolution. Universität München, 1997.
Dalbello, Marija. Croatian diaspora almanacs: A historical and cultural analysis. University of Toronto, 1999.
Dedaic, Mirjana N. Discursive construction of national identity in American, South African, and Croatian 1999 state of the nation addresses. Georgetown University, 2004.
Domic, Dino. The historically situated Croat: A critical ethnographic investigation of post-war consumer behaviour in relation to museum/heritage consumption as linked to individual identity re-construction in Croatia. University of Wolverhampton, 2004.
Dominikovic, Katarina Laura. Traditional agriculture and rural living in Croatia
compatible with the new common agricultural policy? University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007.
Donohue-Davutovic, Angela. Adolescents' attitudes to and experiences of growing up in post-conflict Croatia. University of Melbourne, 2008.
Dvarskas, Anthony. The role of water quality in beach visitation decisions in Croatia
implications for development of the tourism industry. University of Maryland, College Park, 2007.
Elfers, Ann Marie. Education policy and practice in the new Croatian state: Responses from the private sector. University of Washington, 2000.
Ercegovac, Peter Anthony. Competing national ideologies, cyclical responses: The mobilisation of the Irish, Basque and Croat national movements to rebellion against the state. University of Sydney, 1999.
Faivre, Sanja. Formes de relief et tectonique dans la montagne de Velebit (Dinarides externes, Croatie). Université de Clermont-Ferrand II, 2000.
Feldman, Andrea. Imbro Ignjatijevic Tkalac and Liberalism in Croatia. Yale University, 2009.
Fisher, Sharon Lynne. From nationalist to Europeanist: Changing discourse in Slovakia and Croatia and its influence on national identity. University of London, 2003.
Gal, Diane G. Making meaning in a changing society: A study of teachers and democratic education in Croatia. Columbia University, 2001.
Gitman, Esther. Rescue and survival of Jews in the independent state of Croatia (NDH) 1941-1945. City University of New York, 2005.
Glicksman, Kristina. The Economy of the Roman province of Dalmatia. University of Oxford. 2009
Hofman, Nila Ginger. The Jewish community of Zagreb: Negotiating identity in the new eastern Europe. Purdue University, 2000.
Iskra, Annette. Nobody wins : Psychological effects of war and repatriation in Croatia. University of Chicago, 2007.
Jakelic, Slavica. Religion and collective identity: A comparative study of the Roman Catholic Church in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia. Boston University, 2004.
Johnson, Jill Ann. Teaching culture: Experience in a Croation diaspora. University of Washington, 2009.
Kayfes, John Anthony. Imagining the Balkans: Croatia and Greece in the political imagination of its political leadership during the interwar years. University of Minnesota, 2004
Kekez, Lovorka. ICCAT, NGOs and Bluefin tuna - Special focus on Croatia. Budapest, Central Europe Univ., 2007.
Kotar, Tamara. Political liberalization in post-communist states: a comparative analysis of church-state relations in Croatia and Slovenia. Carleton University, 2009.
Kusic, Sinisa. Privatisierung im Transformationsprozess: Das Beispiel der Republik Kroatien. Universität, Frankfurt (Main), 2000.
Layton, Katherine S. Education and development for refugees from Bosnia-Herzegovina in Croatia: "Participation" in oppositional contexts. Florida State University , 2000.
Leaning, Marcus. Contributions to a sociology of the Internet: A case study of the use of the Internet in the Republic of Croatia in the 1990s. University of Luton, 2004.
Leutloff-Grandits, Carolin. Claiming ownership in post-war Croatia: The dynamics of property relations and ethnic conflict in the Knin region. Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg, 2005.
Lindstrom, Nicole Renee. Rethinking sovereignty: The domestic politics of Europeanization in Europe's southeastern periphery (Croatia, Slovenia). Syracuse University, 2002.
Manzin, Gregoria. Torn identities: Istro-Dalmatian contemporary women's writing.
University of Melbourne, 2007.
Martinovic, Dean. Das kroatische Deliktsrecht auf dem Weg zur europäischen Integration. Tübingen Universitat, 2006.
Masson, Diane. La construction des systèmes politiques en Serbie et Croatie (1989-1995). Institut d’estudes politiques, Paris, 2000.
Matic, Igor. Digital divide in Istria. Ohio University, 2006.
Meharg, Sarah Jane. Identicide in Bosnia and Croatia: The destruction, reconstruction, and construction of landscapes of identity. Queen's University, 2003.
Memeti, Lendita. L'Etat candidat à l'Union européenne Translated Title: The State candidate to the European Uion. Eng. Université du droit et de la santé (Lille).; Université de soutenance, 2008.
Morrissey, Christof Nikolaus. National socialism and dissent among the ethnic Germans of Slovakia and Croatia, 1938-1945. University of Virginia, 2006.
Muhic, S. Establishing production in Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina: External influences for companies approaching an appropriate engagement. Technical University of De nmark, 2002.
Munk, Ana. Pallid corpses in golden coffins: Relics, reliquaries, and the art of relic cults in the Adriatic Rim. University of Washington, 2003.
Neill, Debra Renee. Jasenovac and memory :Reconstructing identity in post-war Yugoslavia. Arizona State University, 2007.
Palmer, Peter. The Communists and the Roman Catholic Church in Yugoslavia, 1941-1946. University of Oxford, 2000.
Pavlakovic, Vjeran. Our Spaniards: Croatian communists, fascists, and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939. University of Washington, 2005. University of California, Berkeley, 2005.
Peskin, Victor. Virtual trials: International war crimes tribunals and the politics of state cooperation in the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. University of California, Berkeley, 2005.
Razsa, Maple John. Bastards of utopia: An ethnography of radical politics after Yugoslav socialism. Harvard University, 2007.
Reed, Laurel Elizabeth. Approaches to fifteenth- and early sixteenth-century painting in Dalmatia. University of California, San Diego, 2009
Rötting, Michael. Das verfassungsrechtliche Beitrittsverfahren zur Europäischen Union: und seine Auswirkungen am Beispiel der Gotovina-Affäre im kroatischen Beitrittsverfahren. Univ. Frankfurt am Main, 2008.
Segvic, Ivana. Government and the freedom of the press: An 11-year content analysis of three Croatian newspapers. University of Texas at Austin, 2003.
Silic, Dario. Dynamiques de l'intégration régionale de l'économie croate. Université Lumière (Lyon), 2004.
Silovic Karic, Danja. Neither centralism nor federalism : The social democracy in Croatia, 1918-1941. Yale University, 2005.
Smiljanic, Rajka. Lexical, pragmatic and positional effects on prosody in two dialects of Croatian and Serbian: An acoustic study. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002
Spehar, Andrea. How women's movements matter: Women's movements strategies and influence on gender policy formation in post-Communist Croatia and Slovenia. Göteborgs universitet, 2007.
Troude, Gilles. La question nationale en République fédérative socialiste de Youcoslavie de la fin des années cinquante à la fin des années soixante-dix. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle (Paris). 2003.
Uzelac, Gordana. Perceptions of the nation: A sociological perspective on the case of Croatia. University of London, 2002.
Vrbetic, Marta. The delusion of coercive peacemaking in identity disputes: The case of the former Yugoslavia. Tufts University, 2004.
Vujinovic, Marina. Forging the Bubikopf nation: A feminist political-economic analysis of Zenski list, interwar Croatia's women's magazine, for the construction of an alternative vision of modernity. University of Iowa, 2008.
Vuletic, Dean. Yugoslav Communism and the Power of Popular Music. Columbia University, 2010.
Wallace, Richard. The Croatian public sphere and the journalistic milieu. University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2007.
Weber, Joachim. Kroatien: Regionalentwicklung und Transformationsprozesse. Univ. Hamburg, 2000.
Wichmann, Nina. Democratization without societal participation? :The EU as an external actor in the democratization processes of Serbia and Croatia. Bremen, Univ., 2006.
Yeomans, Rory. Ideology, propaganda and mass culture in the Independent State of Croatia, 1941-1945. University of London, Year: 2005.
Zanki Alujevic, Vlasta. Energy use and environmental impact from hotels on Adriatic Coast in Croatia: Current status and future possibilities for HVAC systems. Stockholm: Kungliga tekniska högskolan, 2006.
Zivkovic, Sasa. Capital requirements and measuring market risk in EU new member states and Croatia in light of Basel Committee guidelines. Univ. of Ljubljana, 2007.
Znaor, Darko. Environmental and economic consequences of large-scale conversion to organic farming in Croatia. University of Essex, 2008.
Zühlke, Dietmar. Reforms and foreign direct investment possibilities and limits of public policy in attracting multinational corporations ; a multiple case study of Romania and Croatia. Hohenheim University, 2008.
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Andjelic, Neven. Bosnia-Herzegovina: Politics at the end of Yugoslavia. University of Sussex, Jun 2000.
Arsenijevic Damir. The politics of poetry in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Re-assessing tradition since the late 1980s. De Montfort University, 2007.
Babinka, Slavica. Multi-tracer study of karst waters and lake sediments in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina: Plitvice Lakes National Park and Bihac area. Bonn University, 2007.
Batic, Goran. The question of national identity of Bosnia and Herzegovina: A micro study of non-Muslim soldiers in the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Municipality of Kakanj. Central European University, 2009.
Buyse, Antoine Christian. Post-conflict housing restitution: The European human rights perspective with a case study on Bosnia and Herzegovina. Leiden, 2007.
Cilliers, Jaco. Local reactions to post-conflict peacebuilding efforts in Bosnia-Herzegovina and South Africa. George Mason University, 2001.
Coles, Kimberley Anne. The object of elections: International workers, electoral practices, and the government democracy in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina. University of California, Irvine, 2003.
Corpora, Christopher A. Connections, conundrums, and criminality: Understanding local perceptions about and attitudes toward organized crime and corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina. American University, 2005.
Coward, Martin Philip. Urbicide and the question of community in Bosnia-Herzegovina. University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2001.
De la Haye, Jos. Missed opportunities in conflict management:Te case of Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1987-1996. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2001.
Dimova, Guinka. Crises, conflits et leur resolution: Le cas des Balkans. Université Robert Schuman (Strasbourg), 2008.
Dodds, Shona Elizabeth Helen. The role of multilateralism and the UN in post-cold war U.S. foreign policy: The Persian Gulf, Somalia, Haiti, and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Australian National University, 2001.
Dulic, Tomislav. Utopias of nation: Local mass killing in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1941-42. Uppsala University, 2005.
Du Pont, Yannick. Bringing civil society to Bosnia and Herzegovina: OSCE measures to develop civil society. Amsterdam, 2000.
Edmonds, Lorna Jean. The historical account of the context and process of the introduction of CBR and integration of persons with disabilities in Bosnia-Herzegovina 1993-2001. University of East Anglia, 2002.
Eralp, Ulas Doga. The effectiveness of the EU as a peace actor in post-conflict Bosnia Herzegovina: An evaluative study. George Mason University, 2009.
Evans-Kent, Bronwyn. Transformative peacebuilding in post-conflict reconstruction: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. University of Queensland, 2003.
Ford, Curtis. The (re- )birth of Bosnian: Comparative perspectives on language planning in Bosnia-Herzegovina. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2001.
Freizer, Sabine. What civil society after civil war?: A study of civil society organizations' effect on peace consolidation in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Tajikistan. University of London, 2004.
García García, Ángel. Otra mirada sobre Yugoslavia: Memoria e historia de la participación de las Fuerzas Armadas Españolas en Bosnia-Herzegovina. Universidad de Murcia, 2004.
Gilbert, Andrew. Foreign authority and the politics of impartiality in postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina. University of Chicago, 2008.
Goodwin, Stephen R. Fractured land, healing nations: A contextual analysis of the role of religious faith sodalities towards peace-building in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Edinburgh, 2005.
Gordon, Stuart. Providing emergency humanitarian assistance in war: An evaluation of the relationship between and operations of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the humanitarian NGO community and the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) in Bosnia Herzegovina 1992-1995. University of Lancaster, 2003.
Gosztonyi, Kristóf. Negotiating in humanitarian interventions: The case of the international intervention into the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Berlin, Freie University, 2003.
Halilovich, Hariz. Forced displacement, popular memory and trans-local identities in Bosnian war-torn communities. University of Melbourne, 2010.
Hamourtziadou, Drosili. National truths: Justifications and self-justifications of three nationalisms in Bosnia-Herzegovina. University of Keele, 2000.
Hansen, Annika S. International security assistance to peace implementation processes :
the cases of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Angola. University of Oslo, 2000.
Hasenclever, Andreas. Die Macht der Moral in der internationalen Politik: Ltärische Interventionen westlicher Staaten in Somalia, Ruanda und Bosnien-Herzegowina. Tübinger Eberhard-Karls-Universität, 2001.
Herrmann-DeLuca, Kristine Ann. Beyond elections: Lessons in democratization assistance from post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina. American University, 2002.
Holicek, Reima Ana Maglajlic. Cross-national co-operative inquiry into social work education in England and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Anglia Ruskin University, 2006.
Huh, Jae-Seok. Rethinking the practices of UN peacekeeping operations in the early post-Cold War era: The implications of the cases of Somalia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Kosovo. University of Sheffield, 2008.
Ivanov, Ivan Dimov. Public concerns and perceptions about environment and health in post-communist Muslim societies. Michigan State University, 2004.
Jahic, Galma. Analysis of economic and social factors associated with trafficking in women: Thinking globally, researching locally. Rutgers University, 2009.
Jakelic, Slavica. Religion and collective identity: A comparative study of the Roman Catholic Church in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia. Boston University, 2004.
Jeffrey, Alexander Sam. Democratization , civil society and NGOs: The case of Brcko District, Bosnia-Herzegovina. University of Durham, 2004.
Jonsson, Inger M. Family meal experiences: Perspectives on practical knowledge, learning and culture. University of Örebro, Sweden, 2004.
Juncos García, Ana E. Cometh the 'hour of Europe', cometh the institutions?: Coherence and effectiveness of the EU's common foreign and security policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1991-2006). Loughborough University, 2007.
Keane, Rory. Creating space in which to live deconstructing binary opposition: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. University of Limerick, 2000.
Keyes, Emily Fay. The experience of Bosnian refugees living in the United States. University of Virginia, 2000.
Kolouh-Westin, Lidija. Learning democracy together in school?: Student and teacher attitudes in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Stockholm University, 2004.
Kostic, Roland. Ambivalent peace: External peacebuilding threatened identity and reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Uppsala University, 2007.
Layton, Katherine S. Education and development for refugees from Bosnia-Herzegovina in Croatia: "Participation" in oppositional contexts. Florida State University, 2000.