Fields of research
Middle East, Iran, Muslim Minorities, Multiculturalism, Bilingual Education
The year of receiving the highest degree of professional qualification >PhD 2023
Marko Jovanović was born in 1991 in Belgrade. He began his undergraduate studies in 2009 at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology, Department of Arabic Language, Literature, and Culture. After completing his BA, he enrolled in MA studies in 2013 at the same faculty.
He completed his PhD at the same faculty in 2023 with an average grade of 10.00, defending his doctoral dissertation titled “Attitudes to Bilingual Education in Minority Settings in the Republic of Serbia.” Simultaneously with his doctoral studies, he also pursued MA in International Politics at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Sciences, which he completed in 2017.
Additionally, in 2015, he enrolled in PhD studies at the Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran, Faculty of Iranology.
From October 2018, he has been employed at the Institute of Social Sciences, initially as a Junior Research Assistant, and since September 2021, as a Research Assistant. At the Institute, he actively participated in the implementation of numerous international and national research projects, including three projects where he served as the project leader. He presented his work at academic conferences at prestigious universities worldwide, such as: the University of Cambridge, Harvard University, the University of Chicago, the University of Edinburgh, St. Andrews University, the University of Bonn, etc.
- Јовановић, М. С., & Јоковић Пантелић, М. С. (2022). Образовање националних мањина у основним школама у Републици Србији. Социолошки преглед, 56(4), 1378-1404.
- Marković, K., Jovanović, M., & Matijević, B. (2019). Kosovo and Metohija or the European Union ‒ a rhetorical dilemma in the Serbian political discourse. Serbian Political Thought, 66(4), 173-192.
- Jovanović, M (2020). Halifat u diskursu Islamske države – politički mit. U I. Arsić & V. Mentus (Ur.), Promišljanja aktuelnih društvenih izazova : regionalni i globalni kontekst (str. 208-231). Beograd: Institut društvenih nauka
- Jovanović, M. (2018). Uyghur Separatism: A Fight for Cultural or Religious Identity? In A. Kovács & K. Šomodiová (Eds.), Contested Minorities of the Middle East and Asia (pp. 73-86). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.