Dragan Djunda

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Dragan Djunda is a PhD candidate in Sociology and Social Anthropology. His research deals with the political ecology of energy transition in Serbia. More precisely, he approaches the ongoing transition to renewables from three interrelated aspects: historical research of energy infrastructures in socialist Yugoslavia; analysis of energy-related policies within the EU accession process; and ethnographic study of places where energy projects are implemented. Dragan Djunda is also a member of the energy cooperative Elektropionir (Serbia), and an associate of POLEKOL and Pravo na vodu, organizations promoting ecological activism and the right to water.

Research interests: political ecology, uneven development, anthropology of infrastructure.


MA in Sociology and Social Anthropology, Central European University, 2017
BA in Psychology, University of Novi Sad, 2016