Jasna Čapo Žmegač has a BA in Ethnology and French language and literature from the University of Zagreb, an MA in cultural anthropology and a PhD in demography from the University of California, Berkeley. As a post-doctoral research fellow, she stayed in Strasbourg and Vienna, and as a Humboldt-Fellow in Munich and Berlin. She is a senior research associate at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb and titular professor at the University of Zagreb. She was an invited professor in Vienna, Ljubljana, Aix-en-Provence and Toulouse. Her research interests include anthropology of migration, especially forced and labour migration, and the politics of identity-construction in diaspora settings, history, epistemology and methodology of ethnology and cultural anthropology, anthropology of rituals, history of family. Her bibliography includes five monographs, seven co-edited volumes and about ninety articles. She has co-edited volumes with presentations of Croatian ethnology and folklore studies in English, German and French.
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