Tea Hadžiristić

Tea Hadžiristić has worked as a Junior Researcher at Analitika Center for Social Research since 2015. She received her Master’s degree in International Relations at the London School of Economics, and her Honour’s Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University in Toronto. She writes and publishes on topics of memory and reconciliation, gender, and Balkan politics.

Author's publications

Politics and Standards, Experience and Practice

Transparent research and accessible data: A trend to pay attention to

New trends in research and data transparency are evidence of the way that technology has influenced the academic world. Namely, the latest topic on the minds of social scientists has been the so-called DA-RT initiative – short for Data Access and Research Transparency. DA-RT is an attempt to... More...
Communication and Advocacy

Post-2015 EU accession of the Western Balkans: Is travelling more important than arriving?

Since Croatia’s accession to the European Union in 2013, the prospects of EU membership of the rest of the Balkans (the ‘Western Balkans’) have been unclear, and some may argue that the process has stalled. Indeed, the EU seems to be suffering from what is often called ‘enlargement fatigue’, with... More...