Aleksandar Bošković
Lecturer in Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian and Co-director of the East Central European Center
Aleksandar Bošković is a scholar of Russian and East European modernism, Yugoslav, post-Yugoslav, and Balkan Studies, with a strong background in comparative literature, critical theory, and visual studies. He currently serves as co-director of the East Central European Center at the Harriman Institute and has taught courses on Balkan as a Metaphor, Literatures of South Slavs from Realism to Today, Slavic Avant-Garde Surfaces, Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav Cinema as well as Bosnian, Croatian & Serbian language.  

Aleksandar Bošković is a scholar of Russian and East European modernism, Yugoslav, post-Yugoslav, and Balkan Studies, with a strong background in comparative literature, critical theory, and visual studies. He currently serves as co-director of the East Central European Center at the Harriman Institute and has taught courses on Balkan as a Metaphor, Literatures of South Slavs from Realism to Today, Slavic Avant-Garde Surfaces, Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav Cinema as well as Bosnian, Croatian & Serbian language.

 

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Contact Info

1228 International Affairs Building

   ab3865@columbia.edu
   212-854-4623
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