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Mirjana Morosini Professorial Lecturer SIS - Peace HR CR

Mirjana Morosini
(202) 885-6827 (Office)
SIS - School of International Service
East Quad Bldg - 204
Office Hours, Spring Semester, 2023:
Wednesdays, 11:15am-2:15pm (in-person or Zoom)
Thursdays, 7:00pm-8:00pm (Zoom only)
And by Appointment
ABD Ph.D. in History, Georgetown University

M.A. in German and European Studies, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University

B.A. Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Double major: History and German Language and Literature
Double minor: European Studies and Political Science

Languages Spoken
Fluency: Croatian and Italian (native languages), Bosnian, German, Macedonian, Serbian, Slovene, Chakavian, Istro-Veneto.
Book Currently Reading
Mate Balota (Mijo Mirković), Tijesna zemlja;

Fulvio Tomizza, Il male viene dal Nord
Mirjana Morosini is an historian of modern Europe, with particular emphases on Germany and broader Central Europe, the Balkans, Italy, and modern European imperial overseas possessions. Her work focuses on comparative and transnational history of ethnic politics, ethnic conflict and genocide, nationalism, borderland identities, and the history of science and technology.
For the Media
To request an interview for a news story, call AU Communications at 202-885-5950 or submit a request.


Spring 2023

  • SISU-370 Topics Just/Ethics/Human Rgts: Hist Justice/Memory/Human Rts

  • SISU-397 SIS Honors Colloquium: Fascism/Communism/Capitalism

  • SISU-419 Senior Capstone: Int'l Studies: Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide

Summer 2023

  • SISU-306 Adv Int'l Studies Research: Mod World Order in Hist Contxt

  • SISU-419 Senior Capstone: Int'l Studies: Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide

Fall 2023

  • HNRS-050 Honors Supplement: John Cabot University - Rome

  • HNRS-395 Theories of Inquiry

  • SISU-260 Identity, Race, Gender & Cultr

  • SISU-270 Justice, Ethics & Human Rights

  • SISU-397 SIS Honors Colloquium: Fascism/Communism/Capitalism