Staff – University of Copenhagen

Tea Sindbæk Andersen

Tea Sindbæk Andersen

Associate Professor

Education:

Ph.D. in history, University of Aarhus, 22 February 2008.

Thesis title: Usable history? The theme of genocide in Yugoslav historical culture, 1945-2002

MA East European Studies, University of Copenhagen 17 July 2003

BA East European Studies & Serbo-Croatian, University of Copenhagen, 30 August 1999

Academic employment:

  • Assistant professor, Department of Cross-cultural and Regional Studies (ToRS), University of Copenhagen (August 2012-July 2018)
  • Post.doc, Centre for European Studies, University of Lund (May 2011-May 2012);
  • Post.doc, History and Area Studies, University of Aarhus (April 2009-March 2011);
  • Visiting fellow, Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past, University of York, (March 2010- March 2011); Part-time lecturer, Department of History, University of York, (September-December 2010)

    Supervision:  Co-supervisor (with Mogens Pelt): Ismar Dedović, Første Verdenskrig som erindring i Serbien, Bosnien, Kroatien og Montenegro, Københavns Universitet, SAXO & ToRS, September 2014-August 2017

    Research organisation:

  • Member of the planning committee for the international Memory Studies Association (MSA, established in Amsterdam 2016), co-organizer of second annual MSA conference, Copenhagen, 14-16 December 2017 (650 participants)

  • Grant-holder: NOS-HS exploratory research workshops “New First World War Memories – Tectonics of Memory in Europe”, January 2016-June 2017

  • Vice chair of the research network In Search of Transcultural Memory in Europe, financed by COST, involving researchers from 30 European countries (October 2012-October 2016) http://www.cost.eu/domains_actions/isch/Actions/IS1203

    Other qualifications:

  • Completed course in project management for researchers, module 1, March 2014 & module 2, September 2014

  • Completed Copenhagen University pedagogical course, June 2013

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Monographs:

2012, Usable History? Representations of Yugoslavia’s difficult past from 1945 to 2002, Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.

 

Edited books

  • 2018, Tea Sindbæk Andersen and Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, eds., The Twentieth Century in European Memory. Transcultural Memory and Reception, Leiden: Brill Open Access
  • 2016, Barbara Törnquist-Plewa and Tea Sindbæk Andersen, eds., Disputed Memory. Emotions and Memory Politics in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe’, Berlin: De Gruyter
  • 2011, co-edited with Maximilian Hartmuth: Images of Imperial Legacy: Modern discourses on the social and cultural impact of Ottoman and Habsburg rule in Southeast Europe, Studien zur Geschichte, Kultur und Gesellschaft Südosteuropas, Band 10, Berlin: LIT-Verlag, ISBN 978-3-643-10850-0

 

 

Articles and book chapters:

  • 2018, Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, Tea Sindbæk Andersen and Astrid Erll, ‘Introduction: on Transcultural Memory and Reception’, in Tea Sindbæk Andersen and Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, eds., The Twentieth Century in European Memory. Transcultural Memory and Reception, Leiden: Brill Open Access, 1-24
  • 2018, Ismar Dedović and Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Answering Back to Presumed Accusations: Serbian First World War Memories and the Question of Historical Responsibilities’, in Tea Sindbæk Andersen and Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, eds., The Twentieth Century in European Memory. Transcultural Memory and Reception, Leiden: Brill Open Access, 83-103
  • 2017, Silke Arnold-de Simine and Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Between Transnationalism and Localization: The Pan-European TV miniseries “14-Diaries of the Great War’”, Image and Narrative, special issue on memory and mediation, edited by Astrid Erll and Ann Rigney, vol. 18, 1, p 63-79. Online open access: (http://www.imageandnarrative.be/index.php/imagenarrative/article/view/1480)

  • 2017, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘“Organized bestial gangs”– The Second World War and Images of Betrayal in Yugoslav Socialist Cinema’, in Gelinada Grinchenko and Eleonora Narvselius, eds, Traitors, Collaborators and Deserters in Contemporary European Politics of Memory. Formulas of Betrayal, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 265-283
  • 2016, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Lessons from Sarajevo and the First World War: From Yugoslav to National Memories’, East European Politics & Societies, vol. 30, 2, p 34-54

  • 2016, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Zaratini: Memories and Absence of the Italian Community of Zadar’, in Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, ed., Whose Memory? Which Future? Remembering Ethnic Cleansing and Lost Cultural Diversity in Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe, New York, Berghahn, p. 143-169
  • 2016, Barbara Törnquist-Plewa and Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Introduction: Disputed Memories in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe’, in Sindbæk Andersen and Törnquist-Plewa, eds. Disputed Memory, 1-17
  • 2016, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Football and Memories of Croatian Fascism on Facebook’ in Sindbæk Andersen and Törnquist-Plewa, eds. Disputed Memory, 297-317
  • 2016, Ismar Dedović and Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘”To battle, go forth all heroes”: World War 1 memory as a narrative template in Yugoslavia and Serbia’, in Jaroslaw Suchopoles and Stephanie James, eds., Re-Visiting World War 1: Interpretations and perspectives of the Great Conflict, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, p 247-270

  • 2014, Tea Sindbæk and Ismar Dedović, ‘Første Verdenskrig som erindring i Bosnien, Kroatien og Serbien – fra jugoslaviske til nationale fortællinger’, Nordisk Østforum, vol. 28, 2, s. 99-118

  • 2014, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Die Vergangenheit nationalisieren: Kroatien, Serbien und Bosnien schreiben die gemeinsame Geschichte des Socialistischen Jugoslawien neu’ Jahrbuch für Historishe Kommunismusforschung, no 27, s. 77-92

  • 2013, Tea Sindbæk, ‘A Croatian champion with a Croatian name: national identity and uses of history in Croatian football culture’ Sport in Society, vol. 16, 8, s. 1009-1024

  • 2011, Tea Sindbæk , ‘Historiegenbrug? Magnum Crimen, Anden Verdenskrigs massakrer og genfortolkninger af historieskrivning i jugoslavisk historiekultur’, Temp – tidsskrift for historie, temanummer om erindring og historiebrug, nr. 2, s. 54-71

  • 2011, Tea Sindbæk and Maximilian Hartmuth: ‘Introducing Images of Imperial Legacy’, in Sindbaek and Hartmuth, eds., Images of Imperial Legacy, s. 1-6

  • 2011, Tea Sindbæk, ‘The Kosovo problem as Ottoman legacy in Serb intellectual discourse of the late 1980s’, in Sindbaek and Hartmuth, eds., Images of Imperial Legacy, s. 105-114

  • 2009, Tea Sindbæk, ‘After “The Bloody Cloth of Krajina” – the Yugoslav Communists and the construction of a viable past out of the inter-Yugoslav massacres of World War II’. Paper presented at Memory Trauma, Reconciliation, Lund University, 23. – 24. November 2009. Online open access: http://www.cfe.lu.se/towards-a-common-past/publications

  • 2010, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Football commentators as historians: Uses of history and Serbian club football, 1990 – 2005’, Kultura Polisa(Novi Sad), s. 535-547. Online open access: http://kpolisa.com/KP13-14/SadrzajKP13-14.html
  • 2009, Tea Sindbæk, ‘The Fall and Rise of a National Hero: Interpretations of DražaMihailović and the Chetniks in Yugoslavia and Serbia since 1945’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, vol. 17, 1, April, special issue on ‘Memories of conflict in Eastern Europe’, s. 47-59 ISSN 1478-2804.
  • 2007, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Praxis and political priorities - Political participation and ideological priorities among the Belgrade Praxis philosophers from 1980 to 1995’, Slovo(SSEES, UCL), vol. 19, 1, p. 41-54 ISSN 0954-6839
  • 2006, Tea Sindbæk,  ‘Masakri i genocide počinjeni u Drugom svjetskom ratu i ponovno otkrivanje žrtava – Razvoji unutar historiografijes ocijalističke Jugoslavije iz međunarodne perspektive’, Zbornik radova, Institut za historiju u Sarajevu, 2006, 63-74
  • 2006, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Anden Verdenskrigs massakrer og folkedrab og genopdagelsen af ofrene – tendenser indenfor det socialistiske Jugoslaviens historiografi i et internationalt perspektiv’, Den Jyske Historiker, no. 112, p. 145-156
  • 2002, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Det Serbiske Videnskabsakademis Memorandum. Et dokuments omskiftelige karriere’, Den Jyske Historiker, no. 97, August 2002, p. 146-159.

 

 Review articles and comments:

  • 2017, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Tito’s Yugoslavia, Stories Untold. Volume 1 and 2. Bokomtale’, Nordisk Østforum, vol. 31, p. 34-36
  • 2017, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Yugoslavia in the Shadow of War: Veterans and the Limits of State Building, 1903-1945 (Book Review)’, Austrian History Yearbook, vol. 48, p. 319-320
  • 2016, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘New Histories of the First World War – in reply to Professor Hausmann’s discussion’, Ukraina Moderna, vol. 23,p. 41-43
  • 2014, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Marko Atilla Hoare, The Bosnian Muslims in the Second World War: A history’, European history quarterly, 44, 4, s. 737-739
  • 2013, Tea Sindbæk, ’The aftermath of war: experiences and social attitudes in the Western Balkans’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, vol. 21, 3, s. 473-475
  • 2013, Tea Sindbæk, ’Jeg var et barn, det var krig’, Nordisk Østforum, vol. 27, 2, s.196-197
  • 2010, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Mangeartede erindringsanalyser - Anmeldelse af Ulrik Ekman og Frederik Tygstrup, red., Witness. Memory, Representation, and the Media in Question’, Kontur, 19, 51-52
  • 2009, Tea Sindbæk, ’Jugoslaviens Anden Verdenskrig – nye perspektiver på problematisk historie’, Nyt fra historien, nr. 2, s. 71-75
  • 2006, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Margareta Attius Sohlman: Slaviska Världar. Möten med språk, kultur och religion i slaviska landskap’, Nyt fra Historien
  •  2004, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Norman M. Naimark & Holly Case (eds.): Yugoslavia and its Historians. Understanding the Balkan Wars of the 1990s’, Nyt fra Historien, nr. 2

 

Popular / not peer reviewed publications:

  • 2017, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ’”Partizan husker alt” Om fodbold og kollektiv erindring i Serbien og Kroatien’, SFINX, 40, 1, p. 30-35
  • 2016, Jakob Skovgaard Petersen & Tea Sindbæk Andersen, eds., Små Fag, Store Horisonter. Småfagenes danske kulturhistorie. Tværkultur nr. 7, Årbog for ToRS 2016, København: Institut for Tværkulturelle og Regionale Studier
  • 2016, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Jernbanebyggere og slavister – om ungdomsbrigaderne I Jugoslavien, den danske venstrefløj og Balkanstudier’, in Jakob Skovgaard Petersen &Tea Sindbæk Andersen, eds., Små Fag, Store Horisonter. Småfagenes danske kulturhistorie. Tværkultur nr. 7, Årbog for ToRS 2016, København: Institut for Tværkulturelle og Regionale Studier, 143-156
  • 2015, Tea Sindbæk Andersen, ‘Serbiens Første Verdenskrig’, in Nils Arne Sørensen & Uffe Østergård, eds., Langt fra Vestfronten. Første Verdenskrig i Middelhavsområdet, København: Orbis, p 55-68
  • 2014, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Tintin på Balkan’, ’ Tintin & ToRS. Tværkultur n. 4, Årbog for ToRS 2012-2013, s. 57-67
  • 2008,Tea Sindbæk, ‘Død over fascismen – frihed til folket” - Anden Verdenskrig og ideen om socialistisk revolution i jugoslavisk historiebrug’, Kontur (Aarhus), nr.18, temanummer om revolution, s. 45-52
  • 2008, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Occupiers, traitors and patriots - The Second World War in Yugoslav cinema, 1945-1978’,Donau(Groningen), temanummer om Film, December, p. 20-27
  • 2007, Tea Sindbæk, ‘Historiebrug og folkedrab i Jugoslavien’, Historie-nu, 20/1, publiceret på nettet: http://www.historienu.dk

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