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Dr Vesna Malesevic BA, MA, PhD
|academic biography: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Degree in Sociology, National University of Ireland, Cork Master of Arts (M.A.) Degree in Society and Politics, Central European University, Warsaw, Poland - University of Lancaster, UK Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree in Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, Croatia|
|The Sociology of Religion. The Sociology of Sexuality. The Catholic Church. Civil Society. Irish Society/Sociology. Eastern and Central Europe.|
Project: MF07-P51 NEGOTIATING NON-HETEROSECUAL ID IN GALWAY ( RM7004)
Start/End Dates: 01-JAN-08 / 24-APR-09
|Malesevic S. & Malesevic V. (2010) 'Civil Society: Ernest Gellner' In: Anheier, Helmut K.; Toepler, Stefan (eds). International Encyclopaedia of Civil Society. New York: Springer. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Malesevic, V. (2009) 'Ireland and Neo-Secularisation Theory'. IRISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY, . [Details]|
|MALESEVIC, V. (2003) 'Demonic or Divine? Attitudes towards Sex and Sexuality among Galway University Students'. IRISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY, 12 (2):107-120. [Details]|
|Malesevic, S., Malesevic, V. (2001) 'Ethnic Identity Perceptions: An Analysis of Two Surveys'. EUROPA ETHNICA, 58 (01-Feb):30-45. [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2011) Religion and Sex from Sociological Perspective. European Science Foundation. Linkoping. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2011) GROW-ing Neo-secularisation’. American Sociological Association. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2011) How to be religious and gay? (In)compatibility of religious and sexual self-identification. NTNU. Trondheim. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2009) Is there identity dissonance between religious and sexual orientations?”.. International Society for Scientific Study of Religion (ISSR) (biannual conference). Santiago de Compostela. Spain. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2009) The ’Coming-Out Stories. Sociological Association of Ireland. Waterford. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2009) Religion and Secular Society in the Irish Context. CINEFOGO. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2008) How religious are we? Ireland tested against secularisation theory”. Sociological Association of Ireland. Galway. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2007) Religious Transformation in Ireland. Secularity and Religious Vitality. Leipzig, Germany: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2006) Secularisation or religious change? Ireland tested against secularisation theory. Community and Environmental Studies. Galway, Ireland: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2006) The Catholic Church: A Promiscuous Lover?. Study of Religion in Eastern and Central Europe. Leanyfalu, Hungary: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Malesevic, V. (2002) Let’s Don’t Talk About Sex: Attitudes towards Sex and Sexuality among Galway University Students. Sociological Association of Ireland (annual conference). Galway, Ireland: Conference Paper [Details]|
Honours and Awards
| Year: .
Title: The Development Fund Committee. Arts Faculty. NUI Galway
| Year: .
Title: The Millenium Research Fund Committee, NUI Galway
|Association: Network Homocitizen, Function/Role: member|
|Association: Space, Sexualities and Queer Working Group of the Royal Geographical Society (SSQWG), Function/Role: Member|
|Association: Religious-Secular Distinctions Social Network, Function/Role: Member|
|Association: International Society for the Sociology of Religion (ISSR), Function/Role: member|
|Association: Sociological Association of Ireland (SAI), Function/Role: member|
|Association: International Study of Religion in Eastern and Central Europe Association (ISORECEA), Function/Role: Member|
|Committee : Academic Council NUI Galway|
|Committee : Curriculum Committee NUI Galway|
|Committee : Exam Appeals Committee NUI Galway|
| Year 2006 Institution: University College Cork
Qualification: Phd Subject: Sociology
|Irish Journal Of Sociology: Reviewer.|
| Journal Editorial board member: The
Irish Journal of Feminist Studies
Journal Editorial board member: Gender, Sexuality, Feminism
Postgraduate courses: workshops and lectures on methodologies of research process in social sciences; lectures and seminars on religion and sexuality
- MA in Social Work: Karen
Kenny, Aisling Carr, Sile Donohue
Current Postgraduate Students
|Sara Stokes, Doctorate - Ph.D.(Arts) - Supervisor|