Maja Vasiljević PhD Sociologist and MA Musicologist. Working as Research Fellow at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Department of History from 2011. She published monograph Film music in SFRY: Between Poetics and Politics and many papers on different topics: film music, SFRY, Cold War, gender and minority politics, social movements, and the Great War. From 2012 she is a secretary of scientific journal Limes plus for Social Sciences and Humanities and Acta historiae, medicinae. She is an active member and researcher in numerous institutions: New Balkans Institute (NBI), Centre for Popular Music Research and Scientific Society for History of Health Culture Belgrade. From 2017 she is part of bilateral cooperation of Serbia with Portugal during the end of 19th century and first decades of 20th century, then, researcher on huge consortium project Horizon 2020 about populist rebellion in Central and Eastern Europe after the fall of Berlin wall to contemporary trends, and also project of Rothschild foundation and Archive of Sombor on Jewish heritage in Vojvodina from 18th to 19th century. Recently writing book on Jewish musicians in Belgrade from raise of Nazism until their disappearance or surviving practice in Holocaust.
Jana Kukeska is Associate Professor in Legal Studies at the University of Tourism and Management in Skopje, Macedonia. She also holds the position of University Secretary General. She obtained her PhD degree in International Law at the University “St. Cyril and Methodius”, Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus” in Skopje. Since 2016 she is Associate Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science. Jana Kukeska is Editorial Board member in some distinguished scientific journals and conferences and is author of many scientific articles in the area of international law, human rights, Islamic law and history. She is President of the Association Cultural Center STERNA from Skopje aiming at developing programs and activities in the field of culture, education and awareness in order to promote cultural and intercultural understanding among the young.