Sanja Horvatinčić is an art historian and a Research Associate at the Institute of Art History in Zagreb, Croatia. Her research focuses on the WW2 heritage through the production of monuments and commemorative culture in socialist Yugoslavia and beyond. She is the coordinator of the project “Heritage from Below | Drežnica: Memories and Traces 1941-1945”, and a researcher at the project “Glob_EXCHANGE. Models and Practices of Global Cultural Exchange and Non-aligned Movement”.
The third edition of GSG Magazine explores the contemporary use of historical narratives and cultural artifacts, and the ideology of heritage and cultural (re)production to reveal and resist forms of inequality and violence.