Professor Ivana Milojević /'ivana 'milɔɪevitʃ/ is a researcher and an educator with a professional background in sociology, gender, peace and futures studies. She delivers speeches, workshops and courses in these areas for governmental institutions and NGOs and has been teaching a range of sociology, gender and peace studies related courses at a number of universities since the early 1990s. In 2015, Professor Milojević was associated with the following universities: The University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia (Adjunct Professor), University of Novi Sad, Serbia (Visiting Professor, October 2015 – September 2016) and Tamkang University, Taiwan (March – June 2015). Born in the former Yugoslavia, she splits her time between the Sunshine Coast, Australia, and Novi Sad, Serbia.
Milojević is the author of over sixty journal articles and book chapters, as well as the author, co-author and/or co-editor of: CLA 2.0: Transformative Research in Theory and Practice (2015); Breathing: Violence In, Peace Out (2013); Alternative Educational Futures: Pedagogies for an Emergent World (2008); a special issue of Futures on Feminism/Gender (2008); Neohumanist Educational Futures: Liberating the Pedagogical Intellect (2006); and Educational Futures: Dominant and Contesting Visions (2005, reprinted as paperback in 2011). She has recently published two books in Serbian: Ko se boji vuka još? Moćne priče za pametne i odvažne [Who Is Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? Awesome Stories for the Courageous and Curious], authored with Prof. Aleksandra Izgarjan, Eduko, Novi Sad, 2012; and Uvod u rodne teorije [Introduction to Gender Theories], edited with Prof. Slobodanka Markov, Mediterran Publishing i Centar za Rodne Studije, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu.