Prof. Snjezana Prijic-Samarzija is the rector of the University of Rijeka. She is a full professor at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. An expert in social philosophy, epistemology, and applied ethics, she has assumed the role of an expert in numerous national and international committees, advisory boards, and HE bodies in strategic management and leadership in HE, social responsibility of HE, and community-oriented learning and research.
Petar Bojanic is working on issues of social ontology, ethics of war, and various projects surrounding Jewish political thought. President of the Institute for Democratic Engagement Southeast Europe, Belgrade, Serbia. Visiting professor at International University College of Turin, Bojanic is also the Head of the project Post imperial Situation between two Wars: War, Responsibility, Identity (Russian Science Foundation, scientific project cycle 2017 – 2022).
Dr. Vedran Dzihic is currently a Senior Fellow at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs, a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, School of Advanced International Studies, John Hopkins University, Washington D.C., and lecturer at the University of Vienna and various universities in the Western Balkans (Sarajevo, Zagreb, Belgrade).
Sanja Bojanic is a researcher immersed in the philosophy of culture, media, and queer studies, with an overarching commitment to comprehend contemporary forms of gender, racial, and class practices, which underpin social and affective inequalities specifically increased in the modern societal and political contexts. She teaches at Rijeka’s Academy of Applied Arts.