Sanja Đurin is a Research Associate at the Institute of ethnology and folklore research, Zagreb. She has collaborated in several national and international projects and has extensive fieldwork experience in Germany, Chile, and Argentina. In recent years, her research centered on nature in outdoor activities through the prism of climate change and environmental disasters.
Mario Katić is an Associate Professor at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology, University of Zadar. He has led numerous national and international research projects and has published extensively anthropology of pilgrimage, anthropology of death, historical oral traditions, landscape, ethnographic research methodology, and urban anthropology.
Senka Božić-Vrbančić is a Professor at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology, University of Zadar. Her research interests include affect theory, discourse theory, psychoanalysis, politics of culture, cultural memories, visual and popular culture. She has extensive international fieldwork experience, has authored numerous publications, and was the PI in four international projects.
Tomislav Oroz is an Associate Professor at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology, University of Zadar. His work relates to Mediterranean studies, South-Eastern Europe, island studies, and memory studies, and has extensive fieldwork experience in the area of East Adriatic.