Sanja Đurin, PhD, is a senior research associate at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb. She collaborated on several national and international research projects, and did extensive fieldwork in Germany, Chile and Argentina. In recent years, she has been dealing with the topic of nature in outdoor activities through the lens of climate change and natural disasters.
Senka Božić-Vrbančić, PhD, is a professor at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology at the University of Zadar. Her areas of scientific interest are theories of affect, discourse theory, psychoanalysis, cultural politics, cultural memories, visual and popular culture. She has extensive international field experience, is the author of a number of publications and has led four international projects.
Tomislav Oroz, PhD, is an associate professor at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology at the University of Zadar. His areas of scientific interest are Mediterranean studies, Southeast Europe, island studies and memory studies. In the field, he extensively dealt with the area of the eastern Adriatic.
Mario Katić, PhD, is an associate professor at the Department of Ethnology and Anthropology at the University of Zadar. He led numerous national and international research projects and published a large number of works on the anthropology of pilgrimage, the anthropology of death, historical oral traditions, ethnographic research methodology, urban anthropology and works on landscape.
Mario Vrbančić, PhD, is a Professor at the Department of English at the University of Zadar. He received his PhD in 2005 from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, in Comparative Literature and Film Studies. He published a large number of papers dealing with literature and film in a wider socio-political context, including “How to Map the Invisible?” in “Invisible Cities” and the Urban Imagination, edited by Benjamin Linder (2022). Besides his academic work, Mario Vrbančić works as a writer and director of radio dramas, theater dramas, documentaries and feature films.