Dr Tanya Zivkovic
Tanya Zivkovic, PhD, is a social anthropologist whose research explores the body and cultural trajectories of the life course. She holds an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award in the School of Social Sciences and is examining ageing and end-of-life care in culturally diverse settings.
|2017||Zivkovic, T., Warin, M., Moore, V., Ward, P. & Jones, M. (2017). Fat as Productive: Enactments of Fat in an Australian Suburb. Medical Anthropology: Cross Cultural Studies in Health and Illness, Accepted and forthcoming, -.|
|2017||Warin, M., Zivkovic, T., Moore, V. & Ward, P. (2017). Moral Fiber: breakfast as a symbol of 'a good start' in an Australian obesity intervention. Medical Anthropology: Cross Cultural Studies in Health and Illness, 36, 3, 217-230.
|2016||Gunson, J., Warin, M., Zivkovic, T. & Moore, V. (2016). Participant observation in obesity research with children: striated and smooth spaces. Children's Geographies, 14, 1, 20-34.
|2015||Warin, M., Zivkovic, T., Moore, V., Ward, P. & Jones, M. (2015). Short horizons and obesity futures: disjunctures between public health interventions and everyday temporalities. Social Science & Medicine, 128, 309-315.
|2014||Zivkovic, T. (2014). Consuming the Lama: transformations of Tibetan Buddhist bodies. Body and Society, 20, 1, 111-132.
|2013||Zivkovic, T. (2013). Returning from the dead: Contested continuities in Tibetan Buddhism. Mortality, 18, 1, 17-29.
|2013||Zivkovic, T. (2013). Embodying the past: Gelongma Palmo and Tibetan Nyungne rituals. Journal of Ritual Studies, 27, 2, 45-63.|
|2012||Warin, M., Zivkovic, T., Moore, V. & Davies, M. (2012). Mothers as smoking guns: fetal overnutrition and the reproduction of obesity. Feminism & Psychology, 22, 3, 360-375.
|2011||Warin, M., Moore, V., Zivkovic, T. & Davies, M. (2011). Telescoping the origins of obesity to women's bodies: How gender inequalities are being squeezed out of Barker's hypothesis. Annals of Human Biology, 38, 4, 453-460.
|2010||Zivkovic, T. (2010). The biographical process of a Tibetan lama. Ethnos, 75, 2, 171-189.
|2010||Zivkovic, T., Warin, M., Davies, M. & Moore, V. (2010). In the name of the child: the gendered politics of childhood obesity. Journal of Sociology, 46, 4 Sp Iss, 375-392.
|2010||Zivkovic, T. (2010). Tibetan Buddhist embodiment: The religious bodies of a deceased lama. Body and Society, 16, 2, 119-142.
|2014||Zivkovic, T. (2014). Death and reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism: In-Between Bodies. Abingdon, Oxon: Taylor & Francis.|
|2015||Zivkovic, T., Warin, M., Moore, V., Ward, P. & Jones, M. (2015). The sweetness of care: biographies, bodies and place. In E. Abbotts, A. Lavis & L. Attala (Eds.), Careful Eating: Bodies, Food and Care (pp. 109-12). Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.|
|2015||Zivkovic, T. (2015). Cultures of the body: medical pluralism, bacteria and Tibetan refugees. In A. Di Castro & D. Templeman (Eds.), Asian Horizons: Giuseppe Tucci's Buddhist, Indian, Himalayan and Central Asian Studies (pp. 585-596). Melbourne: Monash University PUblishing.|
|2014||Warin, M., Zivkovic, T., Moore, V. & Davies, M. (2014). Mothers as smoking guns: fetal overnutrition and the reproduction of obesity.. In D. K. Eli & P. S. Ulijaszek (Eds.), Obesity, Eating Disorders and the Media (pp. 73-89). Ashgate Publishing, Ltd..|
|2014||Zivkovic, T. M. (2014). A female Tibetan Buddhist diviner in Darjeeling. In T. Lewis (Ed.), Buddhists: understanding Buddhism through the lives of practitioners (pp. 201-208). United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons.|
|Date||Project/ No.||Investigators||Funding Body||Amount|
|2021-2017||Investigating the Inclusion of Vulnerable Populations in Advance Care Planning: Developing Complex and Sensitive Public Policy (APP1133407)||Dr Jaklin Eliott, Professor Ian Olver, Professor Gregory Crawford, Dr Teresa Burgess, Associate Professor Terry Dunbar, Associate Professor Bernadette Richards, Dr Tanya Zivkovic, Dr Debbie Faulkner, Ms Michele McKinnon||National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Partnership Project||$379,367|
|2018-2015||Last Rights? Supporting End-of-life Care in a Culturally Diverse Society||Dr Tanya Zivkovic||Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA)||$327,612|
|2014||Barbara Kidman Postdoctoral Fellowship||Dr Tanya Zivkovic||University of Adelaide||$30,000|
|2011||Tibetanising Bacteriology: The Cultural Transformations of Biomedicine||Dr Tanya Zivkovic||Australian Endeavour Postdoctoral Research Award (India)||$25,000|
|2011||In-Between Bodies: The Biographical Process of Tibetanised Lamas||Dr Tanya Zivkovic||Centro Incontri Umani, Ascona, Switzerland||$14,000|
|Date||Role||Thesis Title||Institution||Student Name|
|Current||Co-supervisor||TBA||University of Adelaide||Angela Rong Yang Zhang|
|Current||Co-supervisor||Everyday habits of food and eating||University of Adelaide||Bridget Jay|
|2017||Co-supervisor||Assemblages of care: why women with disordered eating are ambivalent to seek therapeutic care||University of Adelaide||Connie Musolino|
|2016||Co-supervisor||Navigating "madness" and "fatness": distorted spatiotemporalities in experiences of antipsychotic-induced weight gain||University of Adelaide||Tara Bates|