Svjetlana Nedimović runs Puls demokratije, a media and education project for students, and works on a research project Trajectories of Modernity at the University of Barcelona. Until 2011, she taught Political Philosophy and Theory of the State at the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, where she was also Head of the Department of Political Science and International Relations for a year. She received a PhD in Social and Political Science at the European University Institute in Florence. Previously, she received M.A. degrees in International Policy from the University of Durham and Nationalism Studies from the Department of Nationalism Studies at the Central European University in Budapest. Currently, she is doing research in the field of transitional justice and dealing with the past from an anthropological perspective. Her research interests also include the role of imagination in politics, political philosophy of H. Arendt, and the sources of political unity and political action. Her published works appeared in Sarajevske sveske, Slovo, European Journal of Social Theory, Puls demokratije, MC Online, Dijalog.