CURRICULUM VITAE (pdf)
2010–2015 PhD in Sociology, Department for Sociology, Philosophy Faculty, University of Belgrade
M.A in Sociology Department for Sociology, Philosophy Faculty, University of Belgrade
B.A. in Sociology Faculty of Philosophy University of Belgrade, Serbia
My research is mainly focused of the connection between theory and practice. In that regard, in recent years my interest have included following scientific disciplines:
– (2017) What can Common Sense do for Social Theory: Towards A Pragmatic Understanding Of Practice. Belgrade: Institute of philosophy and social theory.
Prodanović, Srđan (2017) “Critique Potential of Common Sense in Goffman’s Frame Analysis.” Sociologija 59(2): 139–55.
–, Ferrara, Alessandro, Marjan Ivković, Jelena Lončar, Bojana Simeunović. 2017. “Liberalism between Politics and Epistemology: A Discussion of Alessandro Ferrara’s The Democratic Horizon: Hyperpluralism and the Renewal of Political Liberalism.” Political Studies Review 15(3): 368–90.
–(2016) “Pragmatic Epistemology and the Community of Engaged Actors.” Filozofija i društvo 27(2): 398–406.
–, Krstić, Predrag,(2013) “Smurfs, Cyborgs and Changelings: Prospects of Human Enhancement Retrospected.” European Journal of Futures Research 1(1): 21.
– (2013) “A Pragmatic Critique of the Conception of Everyday Praxis within Jeffrey Alexander’s Cultural Sociology.” Filozofija i Društvo 24(1): 423–43.
2014– European Pragmatism Association