Researcher for Serbian language sources
Ms Aleksandra Stevanović (born on July 9, 1990 in Surdulica, Republic of Serbia) is a current PhD student at Multidisciplinary Doctoral Studies at University of Belgrade, at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, which she joined in 2015. Her academic research relates to history of science, anthropology of technology, history of science and orthodoxy, and technoscience. She graduated from the Faculty of Philology and Arts at the University of Kragujevac in 2013 with the average grade 9,15 and defended her Master thesis in 2014 completing Master studies with the average grade 10. The Master thesis dealt with anthropology of history and technology and the quest for identity in Nuclear Trilogy by B. Wongar. Since then, history of science in the context of anthropology of technology has become main preoccupation for the future academic research. She attended The Training School on New Materialism, Research Genealogies and Material Practices, on 27–29 May, 2016 in Tate Modern, London, organized by the Cost Action IS1307, which would serve as a solid ground for exploring history of science from the perspective of new materialism and new challenges that tend to reshape our thought and social critic.