Association of Centers for Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies Center for Gender Studies
University of Novi Sad
Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences School of Cultural Studies
Sheffield Hallam University
Faculty of Philosophy Department of Psychology
University of Novi Sad
Faculty of Philosophy Department of Psychology
University of Sarajevo
2010 - 2013
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Al-Sabah, R., Legerski, J. P., Layne, C. M., Isakson, B., Katalinski, R., Pasalic, H., Bosankic, N., & Pynoos, R. S. (2015) Adolescent Adjustment, Caregiver-Adolescent Relationships, and Outlook towards the Future in the Long-Term Aftermath of the Bosnian War. Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma. DOI: 10.1007/s40653-014-0035-7
Comic-Besevic, V, Bosankic, N, Draganovic, S (2014). Burnout Syndrom and self-efficacy among nurses. Scripta Medica. Vol. 45, No1.
Kathryn H. Howell, Julie B. Kaplow, Christopher M. Layne, Molly A. Benson,Bruce E. Compas, Ranka Katalinski, Hafiza Pasalic, Nina Bosankic & Robert Pynoos (2014):Predicting adolescent posttraumatic stress in the aftermath of war: Differential effects of coping strategies across trauma reminder, loss reminder, and family conflict Domains. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping, DOI: 10.1080/10615806.2014.910596
Bosankić, N. (2013). Roma women in Bosnia and Herzegovina: accessing employment opportunities. Religija i tolerancija, Vol.X, No.18, pg.119-128.
Loga S, Šošić B, Džubur - Kulenović A, Švraka E, Bosankić N, Kučukalić A, Ćemalović O, Hadžić A. (2012). Chronic illness and family: Impact of schizophrenia and Crohn’s disease on the family quality of life. Psychiatria Danubina, Vol.24, No.4, pg 359-366.
Bosankić, N., Šiljak, Z. (2010). Rodna i religijska dimenzija doniranja organa. Religija i tolerancija, Vol.8, No.13, pg. 131-143.
ARTICLES IN CONFERENCE BOOK OF ABSTRACTS
- Bosankic N, Draganovic, S. "Stress and coping mechanisms of women practissing Shari’a clothing” (7th days of BHAAAS – International Symposium on Children and Adult Psychiatry and Psychology) Brcko, April 2015
- Bosankic N, Mesic E, Draganovic, S. “Shari'a practisse of clothing in socialism“ (XII International Symposium of philosophers „Idea of Socialism“) Sarajevo, October 2014
- Draganovic S, Bosankic N. “Mental health of war-traumatized children: 20 years later!” ( VI. Ulusrararasi Risk Altinda ve Korunmasi Gereken- Cocuk ve Suc /VI. International symposium on children at risk and in need of protection) Antalya, November, 2014.
- Bosankic, N, Jeftic, A, Draganovic, S. Organizacijska posvecenost akademskog osoblja u svjetlu uvodjenja tradicionalne birokratske kontrole. (Organisational commitment among academic staff in the light of introducing traditional bureaucratic control) Annual scientific conference of the Serbian Psychological Association - Sabor psihologa 2013. Oral presentation.Gornji Milanovac, May 29-June 1 2013.
- Bosankic, N, Jeftic, A, Draganović, S . Women behind the veil: psychosocial and gender aspects of the decision to wear a veil. XII European Congress of Psychology. Oral presentation. Stokholm 9-12 July 2013.
- Loga S, Šošić B, Džubur Kulenović Alma, Švraka Emira, Bosankić Nina, Kučukalić A, Ćemalović O. Schizophrenia and family quality of life. Oral presentation. 52nd International Neuropsychiatric Pula Congress – INPC, Pula 20-23 June 2012.
- Šošić B, Bosankić Nina. Quality of life of people with severe mental illness: Changes across 20 months period. Oral presentation. 52nd International Neuropsychiatric Pula Congress – INPC, Pula 20-23 June 2012.
- Sosic B, Oksuz Nergis, Bektasoglu Ayse, Cam Gamze, Bosankic Nina. Conceptions of Wisdom in Sufism: Interviews with dervishes in Turkey and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. XII European Congress of Psychology. Poster. Istanbul 4-8 July 2011.
- Loga S, Šošić B, Džubur Kulenović Alma, Švraka Emira, Kučukalić A, Ćemalović O, Hadžić Alma, Bosankić Nina. Impact of chronic mental and somatic illness on the family quality of life. International Symposium “Quality of life in mental health”. Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, 23 April 2010.
“Engendering Forced Migration, Socio-political Transition and Mental Health in BiH, Serbia and KosovoRegional Research Promotion Program (RRRP) project (2014-2016)„Being a recipient of Humanitarian aid during 1990s war in BiH – affective elements of the experience“ (CESI project in cooperation with Maja P. Frykman, Department of Global Political Studies (GPS), Malmö University)
- “Impact of chronic mental and somatic illness on the family quality of life” ( Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo)
- „Social inclusion of women returnees in B&H “ (TPO, Norweigan Embassy)
- “Gender differences in attitudes towards donating and receiving cadaveric organs “ (Government of Canada and HealthNet International in Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- „Empowerment of mental health service users – EMILIA“ (FP7 research project in consortium with HealthNet International, Kings' College University of London, Middlesex University, Maison Blanche, Faculty of Social Work Ljubljana, Karolinska Institute Stockholm...)
- „Post-war adjustment of teachers and students in B&H schools“ – longitudinаl survey (University of California Los Angeles - UCLA, Brigham Young University, UNICEF)
- „Young People Selling Sex“ (ProMente, UNICEF)
- Bosankić, N, Mešić, E, Šošić, B (2013). “Peace/community building and participatory democracy development project in 4 municipalities in the Birac region 2011 – 2013”, CARITAS Suisse
- Bosankić, N, Mešić, E, Šošić, B (2013). „Impact study of Social Housing in Bosnia and Herzegovina“, Catholic Relief Service (CRS), Sarajevo
- Bosankić, N, Mešić, E, Šošić, B (2013). Final evaluation report – „Choosing Peace together II“ project, Catholic Relief Service (CRS), Sarajevo
- Bosankić, N, Mešić, E, Šošić, B (2013). Final evaluation report – „Inclusion of Roma to primary school education“, CARITAS Suisse
- Bosankić, N, Mešić, E, Šošić, B (2012). Final evaluation report – „Choosing Peace together“ project, Catholic Relief Service (CRS), Sarajevo
- Mešić, E, Bosankić, N. (2012). Capacity needs assesment report – „Roma Women Economic Empowerment in B&H“ CARE International, Sarajevo
- Mešić, E, Bosankić, N. (2012) Capacity needs assesment report - „Women Econimic Empowerment in B&H“ CARE Int. Sarajevo
- Šošić, B, Bosankić, N (2011). Guidelince for research on attitudes for the purpose of anti-stigma campaign, Mental Health Project in B&H, Public health institute, Sarajevo
- Bosankić, N, Mešić, E (2011). Final evaluation report – „Social Housing in Bosnia and Herzegovina“ project, Catholic Relief Service (CRS), Sarajevo
- Šošić, B, Bosankić, N, (2010). Social inclusion of women returnees: gender sensitive situation analysis, TPO Foundation, Sarajevo
- Šošić, B, Bosankić, N (2007). Impact analysis of Institutional capacities building program (report), Save the Children Norway SEE office, Sarajevo
Bosankić, Nina. Psychosocial Aspects of Niqab Wearing: Religion, Nationalism and Identity in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. DOI: 10.1057/9781137431615.0006.
Bosankić, N. (2012). Social identities of Organised Refugee Inhabitants: Living in a Separate Circle. Saarbrucken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (ISBN 978-3-8484-9240-4)
Nina Bosankic was born in Sarajevo in 1976. She graduated in Psychology from the Department of Psychology at the University of Sarajevo in 2003 with final project thesis in the field of social psyhology. She obtained specialization in business psychology in 2006 from the University of Novi Sad and the master's degree from the Department of Communication Studies, School of Cultural Studies, University of Sheffield Hallam with final thesis in the field of social psychology. She attained doctorate in Interdisciplinary gender studies from the University of Novi Sad. She has vast experience from working in the NGO sector for 12 years, implementing projects in the field of mental health, gender, migrations and religion prior full time engagement at the International University of Sarajevo (IUS) in 2008. She was and still is engaged in scientific research in many national and international research projects and as a consultant on the evaluation and development of guidelines for research on multiple projects. Her main research interest include social identity formation, forced migration, organisational behavior, religious behavior and gender.