Tijana Koprivica

Tijana Koprivica holds a CEEPUS grant for the summer semester 2020 and is staying at the Institute of Slavic Studies with her dissertation project Textual and Visual in Serbian Avant-garde Literature.

Tijana Koprivica was born in 1995 in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia. She completed her BA studies in Serbian Literature and Language ​​with Comparative Literature at the Department of Serbian Literature with South-Slavic Literatures, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade (2013 – 2017). She completed her master’s degree in Serbian literature at the same faculty in 2018. Also, Koprivica attended a double master’s program „Cultural and Intellectual History between East and West“ at the Department of Slavic Studies at the University of Cologne (2018 – 2019), after which she earned another MA diploma. On doctoral studies of Serbian Literature (Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, enrolled in 2018) she profiled her research towards the study of avant-garde literature and art, as well as to those phenomena in literature originating from the aforementioned artistic movement.

Koprivica is translating from Italian, English and Russian to Serbian language, and also deals with editing, copywriting and proofreading. Since September 2018, she has been engaged as editor of the critique section of the Eckermann – Web Magazine for Literature. In January 2020 she started working as a research trainaee at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade.

She publishes scientific papers, essays, reviews and literary criticisms in scientific and literary journals (Proceedings of the Matica Srpska for Literature and Language, Yearbook of the Department of Serbian Literature with South-Slavic Literatures, Literary History, Eckermann – Web Magazine for Literature). Since 2017, she has actively participated in scientific conferences, workshops and colloquiums.

Her narrower scientific interests are 20th and 21st century Serbian literature and contemporary literary criticism, as well as interdisciplinary studies of art.