Danijela MajstoroviÄ‡ (MA 2003, Ohio University; PhD 2006 University of Banja Luka) is Professor of English Linguistics and Cultural Studies at the University of Banja Luka’s English department. She is also a Humboldt Experienced Research Fellow studying social protests and third-wave migrations in and from post-2015 Western Balkans at Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany. She was a visiting researcher at Lancaster University in 2006, a Fulbright fellow at UCLA in 2012-2013, a Canada Research Chair in Cultural Studies Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Alberta in 2014 and a visiting researcher at Indiana University in 2016. Her research interests involve critical discourse analysis, critical theory, feminist theory, post- and decolonial theory, and post-Dayton Bosnia. She published over 25 journal articles, co-authored Youth Ethnic and National Identity in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Palgrave, 2013), authored Diskursi periferije (Biblioteka XX vek, Belgrade) and Diskurs, moÄ‡ i meÄ‘unarodna zajednica (FF Banja Luka, 2007). She edited Living With Patriarchy: Discursive Construction of Gendered Subjects Across Cultures (John Benjamins, 2011), U okrilju nacije (CKSP Banja Luka, 2011) and KritiÄke kulturoloÅ¡ke studije u postjugoslovenskom prostoru (Banja Luka, 2012). Her new book Discourse and Affect in Post-socialist Bosnia and Herzegovina: Peripheral Selves is due to come for Palgrave in 2021.