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Elma Hasimbegovic

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Elma Hasimbegovic was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1977. She graduated from history at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. At Central European University in Budapest she obtained the MA degree in medieval studies. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate at the same university in Budapest. She taught history in a gymnasium of Sarajevo according to the Cambridge IGCSE (The International General Certificate of Secondary Education) program. She was also the author of the history textbook for grammar schools. She participated in the joint project of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia on history of everyday life in these three former Yugoslav republics during the socialist period. She is the author of one of the workshops in the textbook which came out from the project. Elma Hasimbegovic is employed as a curator at the Museum of history of Bosnia and Herzegovina where she was the author of one permanent and few temporary exhibitions.

 

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