Dr Senija Causevic
M.Oecc (Croatia) MA (Westminster) PhD (Strathclyde)
Lecturer in Marketing
- Dr Senija Causevic
- Email address:
- 0207 898 4514
- SOAS, University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
- Russell Square: College Buildings
- Office No:
- Office Hours:
- By Appointment
Senija is an interdisciplinary cultural theory and critical marketing studies scholar, working on emancipatory and interpretative knowledge creation.
Senija's main research interests include discourses of management, commodification and appropriation of tangible and intangible Ottoman heritage in Europe, the role of cultural heritage in normalisation of social relationships in the post-conflict societies; political marketing; country/destination branding; the meaning of luxury; critique of consumerism; and imagination of the 'east-west' binaries.
Her main geographical research areas are the Balkans, Central Asia and India.
Senija is a Co-Chair of the Centre for Ottoman Studies at SOAS.
Senija's current research projects include:
- The management, commodification and interpretation of Ottoman heritage in European teleology and the Balkans as European 'Other';
- The potential of narrative-associational heritage in the Ottoman legacies in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- Representations of national identities in the official tourism promotional materials of the countries located on the territories of former Yugoslavia;
- Negotiating national and postcolonial identities in the example of the Taj Mahal;
- Tajikistan country branding (a project funded by the UK Embassy in Tajikistan);
- Sustainable tourism development through co-operatives in India’s provinces of West Bengal and Uttarachand (a project funded by the Scottish Government International Development Policy, South Asia Programme).
PhD Students supervised
- Luca Mannocchi , Growth strategies and Rural Transformations in Bhutan (provisional)
Critical management; critical marketing; (contested) heritage marketing, management and interpretation; experiential marketing; destination branding/marketing/representation; post-conflict cultural settings; Ottoman Empire; India