Lamija Neimarlija , Ph.D.

(b. 1987, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
     Lamija Neimarlija achieved bachelor's degree in philosophy and comparative literature at the Faculty of Philosophy (2009), completed master's degree in philosophy (2011), and defended her doctoral thesis and became a Doctor of Philosophical Sciences (2018).
     During her studies she participated in European projects and programs for student exchange (DAAD, WUS Austria). For her remarkable results achieved during her studies she was awarded the “Golden Badge of the University of Sarajevo” (in 2009 and 2011) and “Plaque of the Faculty of philosophy” (2009). She was also awarded by “Suada Dilberović” (2011) and by “Karim Zaimović” foundation (2008).
     She participated in scientific conferences; her texts were published in different scientific journals and journals for cultural, social and art critic in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region. She was engaged in various scientific and research projects, artistic projects, projects for critical discussion and writing about socio-political reality or contemporary artworks or those promoting philosophical discussion outside a classroom. She opened (with art exhibition review) several exhibitions.
     She attended the Teacher Education program at the Faculty of philosophy, University of Sarajevo (2011/12) and TRAIN (Training & Research for Academic Newcomers) program at the University of Sarajevo (2013).
     She was one of the founders of the “Golden Badge Association of the University of Sarajevo” and vice-president from 2013 to 2016. She became a member of the Association for Promotion of Culture and Thinking – “Sofia” in 2019, one of the founders and a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Humanistic and Social studies – “A priori” – in 2020.
     From 2013 to 2017 she has worked as the Assistant for Aesthetics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo. She was promoted to Senior assistant in 2017 and Docent in 2022.


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