Sanja Horvatinčić is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Art History in Zagreb, Croatia. She is one of the leading experts on monuments and memory politics in socialist Yugoslavia and Europe, while her research interests enter the fields of critical heritage studies, gender studies, and digital humanities. She participated in scientific projects (ARTNET, Cro_Sculpture), dozens of international conferences and held invited lectures and seminars. Apart from having published a number of scientific articles and book chapters, she continually collaborates on interdisciplinary curatorial and artistic projects. She was an expert advisor of the exhibition project “Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980” (MoMA, 2018), and is currently co-editing a scholarly publication on Yugoslav memorial production (Archive Books, 2019).
As of February 2019