University of Ljubljana
Andreja Vezovnik is an Associate Professor at the Department of Media and Communication Studies and a researcher at the Centre for Social Psychology at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). Her primary research interest lies in discourse theory, critical discourse studies, critical political theory and semiotics. She mainly researches the phenomena of migration and citizenship, political representation, various political and media discourses of the nation and the national as well as everyday life practices during (post-)socialism.
- VEZOVNIK, Andreja. Securitizing Migration in Slovenia: A Discourse Analysis of the Slovenian Refugee Situation. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies. 2017. (In print)
- VEZOVNIK, Andreja. Otherness and Victimhood in the Tabloid Press: The Case of the “Refugee Crisis” in Slovenske Novice. Two Homelands. 2017. (In print)
- VEZOVNIK, Andreja. Balkan Immigrant Workers as Slovenian Victimized Heros. Slavic Review. Summer 2015, vol. 74, no. 2, pp. 244-264.
- Kamin, T.; VEZOVNIK, A.; JAPELJ, P. Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Cooking the Slovenian Path to a ‘Better’ Future. In Vodeb, O. (ed.), Food Democracy. Intellect Books, 2016. (in print)
- VEZOVNIK, Andreja. Slovenian Family Code Proposition and its Political Arguments. Teorija in praksa. 2015, vol. 52, no. 6, pp. 1191-1211.