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Member of the Department of Anthropology  


Research interests

  • Social Networks
  • Anthropology of science
  • Conflict resolution, political and legal anthropology
  • Science and Technology Studies
  • Forensic Archaeology
  • Forensic Anthropology


Chapter in book

Conference Paper

  • Jugo, A. (2017), Failing to Keep "the Peace": Learning from the Recovery and the Identification of the Missing in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 19th Annual Strategic Studies Graduate Student Conference, Centre for Military, Security & Strategic Studies. Calgary, Canada.
  • Jugo, A. (2016), Footprints of War: the meaning of artefacts and personal effects from mass graves in Bosnia and Herzegovina, ASA16 Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwe alth Annual Conference. Durham, UK.
  • Jugo, A. (2016), “Story for New Generations” (Re)Telling of the Srebrenica Genocide Through Graphic Narrative, Postgraduate Anthropology Conference. Durham, UK.
  • Jugo, A. (2015), Re-associating Identities: DNA and ethics of identifications in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Technologies of Identification and Responses to Mass Death, PEALS 15th Annual International Symposium. Newcastle, UK.
  • Jugo, A. (2015), Claims of Ownership - Artefacts and personal effects from mass graves in Bosnia and Herzegovina as symbols of persons, forensic evidence or public relics?, Traces matérielles de la mort d e masse: l’objet exhumé. Marseilles, France.
  • Jugo, A. (2014), Reassembling the Pieces: Exhumations of Missing Persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Archaeology of Violence Wartime Violence, Mass Violence. Lens, France.
  • Alicehajic, E., Jugo, A., Huel, R., Amory, S., Jasaragic, E., Rizvic, A., Parsons, T., Hanson, I. & Vennemeyer, M. (2013), Perucac Lake, Bosnia: A Multidisciplinary Operation to Locate, Recover and Examine DNA Samples, and Identify the Missing From Balkans Conflict, American Academy of Forensic Sciences 65th Anniversary Meeting. Washington, DC, USA.
  • Jugo, A. (2013), Re-assembling Identities: The science of Re-associating Human Remains Exhumed from Mass Graves in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Beyond the one-size-fits-all model of ‘Transitional Justice’. Bilbao, Spain.
  • Jugo, A. & Skulj, S. (2013), Ghosts of the Past: The Competing Agendas of Forensic Work in Identifying the Missing across Bosnia and Herzegovina, Corpses: Search and Identification in post-Genocide and Mass Violence Contexts. Manchester, UK.
  • Wastell, S. & Jugo, A. (2012), Primary, secondary and tertiary mass graves in Bosnia, Corpses and Destruction: Destroyed, Hidden, Profaned and Displayed Corpses. Paris, France.
  • Jugo, A., Alicehajic, E. & Peka, S. (2012), Human Remains in Caves – Re-associations, and GIS, 21st International Meeting on Forensic Medicine Alpe-Adria- Pannonia. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Alicehajic, E., Vennemeyer, M. & Jugo, A. (2012), Perucac Lake 2010: A study of recovery operations, 21st International Meeting on Forensic Medicine Alpe-Adria- Pannonia. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Journal Article

Newspaper/Magazine Article

  • Jugo, A. (2011). Primjena forenzičkih tehnika na masovne grobnice u Bosni i Hercegovini (Application of forensic techniques to mass graves in Bosnia and Herzegovina). Mathems of Re-Association 35-39.


  • Serdarevic, N. & Jugo, A. (2017). Social and Economic Rights of Conflict Related Sexual Violence Survivors in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Obstacles and Challenges. United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women); United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

Translated Chapter in Book

  • Jugo, A. & Wastell, S. (trans.) (2017). 'VII. Desensamblar los pedazos, ensamblar lo social: las vidas forenses y políticas de las fosas comunes secundarias en Bosnia y Herzegovina '. In Restos humanos e identificación. Violencia de masa, genocidio y el "giro forense". Garibian, S., Anstett, E. & Dreyfus, J.-M. (ed.). Miño y Dávila srl. 135-162