School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
I am a political sociologist who uses quantitative and historical methods to study ethnic conflict. My current research focuses on the post-war refugee returns and on the drivers of anti-minority sentiments. My research was published in Ethnic and Racial Studies, International Migration, Journal of Refugee Studies, Human Rights Quarterly, Political Psychology, Europe-Asia Studies, Ethnopolitics, and European History Quarterly. My research projects were supported by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; European Institutes for Advanced Study; Nuffield College, The University of Oxford; European Commission; and the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, Saint Mary’s University. For a list of publications, please see: https://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=A8_iGtMAAAAJ&hl=en
I am interested in supervising Doctoral, Masters, and Honours students who would like to specialize in study of forced migration, far right, or ethnic conflict. I often work with and co-author publications with students, such as our articles in Ethnic and Racial Studies (with Alicia LaPierre), in Journal of Refugee Studies (with Samantha Parsons) and in Ethnopolitics (with Sean Metivier).
Date Position Institution name 2019 Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide 2016 - 2017 European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Junior Fellow Central European University 2015 - 2018 Associate Professor (tenured) Saint Mary's University 2010 - 2015 Assistant Professor (tenure-track) Saint Mary's University 2008 - 2010 Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellow University of Oxford
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2016 Fellowship European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Junior Fellowship Institute for Advanced Study, Central European University Hungary — 2008 Fellowship Postdoctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Canada — 2008 Award Best Graduate Student Paper Award, Political Sociology Section American Sociological Association United States — 2000 Fellowship Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Canada —
Date Institution name Country Title — University of Toronto Canada PhD — University of Toronto Canada MA — Simon Fraser University Canada BA (Hons)
Year Citation 2019 Psaltis, C., Loizides, N., LaPierre, A., & Stefanovic, D. (2019). Transitional justice and acceptance of cohabitation in Cyprus. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 42(11), 1850-1869.
2019 Stefanovic, D., & Evans, G. (2019). Multiple Winning Formulae? Far Right Voters and Parties in Eastern Europe. Europe-Asia Studies. 2018 Hall, J., Kovras, I., Stefanovic, D., & Loizides, N. (2018). Exposure to Violence and Attitudes Towards Transitional Justice. Political Psychology, 39(2), 345-363.
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2018 Metivier, S., Stefanovic, D., & Loizides, N. (2018). Struggling for and Within the Community: What Leads Bosnian Forced Migrants to Desire Community Return?. Ethnopolitics, 17(2), 147-164.
2017 Loizides, N., Stefanovic, D., & Celik, B. (2017). Peace Processes and Durable Returns. International Migration. 2017 Stefanovic, D., & Loizides, N. (2017). Peaceful Returns: Reversing Ethnic Cleansing after the Bosnian War. International Migration, 55(5), 217-234.
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2015 Stefanovic, D., Loizides, N., & Parsons, S. (2015). Home is where the heart is? Forced migration and voluntary return in Turkey's Kurdish regions. Journal of Refugee Studies, 28(2), 276-296.
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2011 Stefanovic, D., & Loizides, N. (2011). The way home: Peaceful return of victims of ethnic cleansing. Human Rights Quarterly, 33(2), 408-430.
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2010 Petrović, A., & Stefanović, D. (2010). Kosovo, 1944-1981: The rise and the fall of a communist 'nested homeland'. Europe - Asia Studies, 62(7), 1073-1106.
2008 Stefanovic, D. (2008). The path to Weimar Serbia? Explaining the resurgence of the Serbian far right after the fall of Milosevic. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31(7), 1195-1221.
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2005 Stefanovic, D. (2005). Seeing the Albanians through Serbian Eyes: The Inventors of the Tradition of Intolerance and Their Critics, 1804-1939. European History Quarterly.
Year Citation 2017 Loizides, N., Stefanovic, D., & Elston-Alphas, D. (2017). Forced Displacement and Diaspora Cooperation among Cypriot Maronites and Bosnian Serbs. In D. Carment, & A. Sadjed (Eds.), Unknown Book (pp. 151-169). SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING AG.
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