PhD Anja Moric

PhD Anja Moric
no.: 50830 source: ARIS

researcher – active in research organisation
Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
6.04.00  Humanities  Ethnology   
6.03.00  Humanities  Anthropology   

Code Science Field
H000  Humanities   
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Scopus 13  1.5 
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Type of employment Research org. Research group
Full time employment (17.5%, RD:17.5%)  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts  Ethnology at the Scientific institute of the Faculty of Arts 
Full time employment (82.5%, RD:82.5%)  Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts  Institute of Ethnomusicology 
Research projects Legend
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no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. P6-0187  Ethnological research of cultural knowledge, practices and forms of socialities   2022 - 2024  PhD Jaka Repič  8,926 
2. P6-0187  Slovenian Identities in the European and Global Context   2018 - 2021  PhD Božidar Jezernik  9,670 
Anja Moric graduated from political science at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana (2007), where she also received her Ph.D. (2016). The field work for the doctoral thesis Slovenian Germans in disapora was carried out in Slovenia, Austria, USA and Canada. She received the Professor Klinar's award for Best Ph.D., thesis in the field of ethnic groups, migration or social stratification (2016). She also studied Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. Since 2016, she has been the director of the Putscherle Institute, Centre for Research, Culture and Cultural Heritage Preservation, where she is preparing and coordinating projects for the interpretation and preservation of cultural heritage in Kočevska area. She is the author of three exhibitions and a co-author of two exhibitions. Anja Moric participated in the exhibition and exhibition catalogue EuroVisoinLab at the Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia (EMEE), 2015, which in 2016 received the ICOM Slovenia Award. Moric participated in the organization of ethnographic collections Pr 'Mnčkenih in Trava pri Dragi (2013), Zajskih in Bezgovica near Osilnica (2014) and Adam's collection in the Turn castle near Dragatuš (2016), organized by the Slovenian Ethnological Society. She is the author of three ethnographic films. She lectured at numerous scientific and professional symposiums in Slovenia and abroad, among others at the invitation of the Gottscheer Heritage and Genealogy Association in St. Michael's College in Toronto, Canada (2015). Since 2017 she is a member of the Executive Board of the Slovenian Ethnological Society, where she is the head of the Working Group for Slovenians Abroad (2019- ). For her work in the field of preserving the cultural heritage of the Kočevska (Gottschee) region, she received a recognition by the Gottscheer Heritage and Genealogy Association (2018) and the Municipality of Kočevje Mayor's Plaque (2018).
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