Junior Researcher/Online Portal Manager
Robert Lučić received his Magister Artium in 2008 in Philosophy and History from the Humboldt University in Berlin. He worked as a Content-Manager for the German News Agency WELT-ONLINE and as a Project Manager for a EU-funded Repatrition Project for Serbian Roma.
In October 2010 he started his research on the question of how individual war experiences influence the nation-building process in Bosnia and Hercegovina. In May 2011 he took up a Phd-Fellowship at the Center for Contemporary History in Potsdam. In this International Research Network “Physical Violence and State Legitimacy in Late Socialism” he writes his Doctoral Thesis on the role of the Yugoslav People´s Army in the Yugoslav break-up and the conflicts that followed during the 1990s.
During his work for the Project "New and Ambiguous Nation-building Processes in South-eastern Europe" he was the Online Portal Manager for the website and supported the Project Management in general.