Assoc. Prof. Mirjam Milharčič Hladnik, PhD

PhD in Sociology, Research Advisor, Associate Professor



+386(0)1/4706 461

mirjam.milharcic-hladnik@zrc-sazu.si




Mirjam Milharčič Hladnik is a research advisor at the Slovenian Migration Institute at the Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Ljubljana. She is also an associate professor at the University of Ljubljana and University of Nova Gorica and visiting professor at the University of Oldenburg and University of Stavanger. Her main research and study interests are wide and interdisciplinary. Sociology: school reform policies, citizenship education, human rights and integration of migrants. Gender studies: gender inequalities, historical cases of the erased (socially and politically important) women in Slovenia, and women migrants. Migration studies: interdisciplinary approaches and innovative methodology, ranging from oral history to analyses of correspondence and auto/biographic texts. She regularly publishes and lectures at home and abroad. She has always known how to present the research work to wider audiences, be it with a film, lectures abroad and in Slovenia, and by carrying out study programs for Slovenian and international students. She is the Editor-In-Chief of the international academic journal Dve domovini / Two Homelands, http://twohomelands.zrc-sazu.si/?home&lang=en.

Fields of work: women migrants and work, auto/biographical and narrative research, human rights and integration

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam. 2021. "People cannot live on love alone": negotiating love, gender roles, and family care between Slovenia and Egypt. V: BORGES, Marcelo J. (ur.), CANCIAN, Sonia (ur.), REEDER, Linda (ur.). Emotional landscapes : love, gender, and migration, (Studies of world migrations). Urbana; Chicago; Springfield: University of Illinois Press, str. 57-74. https://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/35wqz6dz9780252043499.html

KALC, Aleksej, MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam, ŽITNIK SERAFIN, Janja. Doba velikih migracij na Slovenskem, (Migracije, 30). 2020. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC SAZU. https://isim.zrc-sazu.si/sl/publikacije/doba-velikih-migracij-na-slovenskem#v

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam. 2020. Kolektivna izkušnja prebežništva in drugih oblik izseljevanja mladih po drugi svetovni vojni v pisnih, ustnih in drugih avto/biografskih virih. Dve domovini : razprave o izseljenstvu, št. 51, str. 151-166, http://twohomelands.zrc-sazu.si/uploads/articles/1582913804_Hladnik_Kolektivna%20izku%C5%A1nja%20prebe%C5%BEni%C5%A1tva.pdf, doi: 10.3986/dd.2020.1.09.

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam. 2016. Nadzor nad nadzorom: strategije upiranja in avtonomnost delovanja migrantk v sodobni in zgodovinski perspektivi. Dve domovini : razprave o izseljenstvu, št. 43, str. 35-46. http://twohomelands.zrc-sazu.si/uploads/articles/1453571436_Nadzor_nad_nadzorom_HLADNIK.pdf

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam. 2015. Kultura mešanosti v nacionalnem in migracijskem kontekstu. Annales: anali za istrske in mediteranske študije, Series historia et sociologia, letn. 25, 1, str. 171-182. https://zdjp.si/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Annales-SHS-25-2015-1_LOWRES.pdf

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam (ur.). 2015. From Slovenia to Egypt: Aleksandrinke’s Trans-Mediterranean Domestic Workers’ Migration and National Imagination. Gottingen: V&R Unipress. https://www.vandenhoeck-ruprecht-verlage.com/themen-entdecken/literatur-sprach-und-kulturwissenschaften/interdisziplinaere-geisteswissenschaft/14899/from-slovenia-to-egypt?number=UNI0002137

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam, MLEKUŽ, Jernej (ur.). 2014. Going places : Slovenian women's stories on migration. Akron: University of Akron Press. https://blogs.uakron.edu/uapress/product/going-places/

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam. 2009. Long live America, where women are first!. V: LUKŠIČ-HACIN, Marina (ur.), MLEKUŽ, Jernej (ur.). Go girls! : when Slovenian women left home, (Migracije, Migrantke, 19, 2). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, str. 109-132. https://isim.zrc-sazu.si/sl/publikacije/go-girls#v

MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK, Mirjam. 2009. From a dollar bill in an envelope to a petition to the White House: the significance of Slovenian migrants for those back home. V: BRUNNBAUER, Ulf (ur.). Transnational societies, transterritorial politics: migrations in the (Post) Yugoslav region : 19th-21st century, (Südosteuropäische Arbeiten, 141). München: R. Oldenbourg, str. 193-212.

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