Dženeta Hodžić has been a research scientist at ISOE since 2020. She is a PhD student in the junior research group regulate where she is working on the social dimensions of unregulated groundwater extraction practices in two European case studies.
Prior to that, she was a student assistant at the Berlin Social Science Center and the Institute for European Ethnology at Humboldt University Berlin, where she completed her BA and MA studies in European Ethnology. As a Humboldt-scholarship holder, she was part of the student research group “Sustainability and Global Justice” at the Integrative Research Institute for the Transformation of Human-Environment Systems (IRI THESys). She is an associate member of the Laboratory: Anthropology of Environment|Human Relations. For her Master thesis based on fieldwork in Bosnia and Herzegovina, she ethnographically explored how (EU) policies for renewable energy are implemented locally and how this is related to environmental knowledge and socio-technical imaginaries.
Focus of research
- Environmental Anthropology
- Anthropology of Science and Technology Studies (STS)
- Anthropology of policy
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