Ivana Dizdar has published her paper "He Loves Me Not: Marriage and Migration in the Work of Tanja Ostojić" in Thresholds 48 (2020). The paper grew out of her masters thesis research, which was supported by a PepsiCo Travel Research Fellowship from the Harriman Institute. Ms. Dizdar completed a dual MA in Modern and Contemporary Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies (Columbia '19) and Art History (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne ’19). She presented her research at Columbia's Master's SynThesis Competition in 2019, and was awarded first prize. She also shared her work at the Annual Conference in the Department of Comparative Literature at Princeton (2018) and Aleksandr Boskovic's graduate seminar Balkan as Metaphor. Dizdar is currently working as a curatorial assistant for Massimiliano Gioni.