Ljubomir Bratić

Ljubomir Bratić, Mag., MAS in social work, has worked for the Viennese Integrationshaus since 1995; since 2006 he has been a writer for the magazine “Kulturrisse”; he works as a scientific advisor for the project “Romanistan” funded by IG Kultur Austria; he studied philosophy, Slavonic philology, art history, education and data processing for the humanities at the University of Innsbruck where he graduated in 1995 (Mag. phil.); from 1990 to 1996 he contributed to the Yugoslavian association “Jedinstvo” in Innsbruck; in 1992 he directed the project “Guest Workers and Minorities: Menace or Cultural Enrichment” (together with E. Binder); from 1992 to 1995 he worked for the migrants resource centre in Tyrol; from 1995 to 1998 he contributed to the magazine “MOSAIK”; from 1999 to 2004 he was the federal spokesman of the Austrian Network against Racism (ANAR); in 2000 he initiated and co-found the “Bunte Zeitung;” from 2002 to 2005 he contributed to the project against racism “Open Up”, EQUAL ESF; from 2003 to 2004 he contributed to the exhibition “Gastarbajteri – 40 Years of Labour Migration” at the Wien Museum, curating the section “Self-Organisation and Resistance” (together with A. Akkilic) and developing the exhibition’s communication concept (together with A. Akkilic and the agency trafo.K); in 2006 he supervised the project “Hidden Histories – Remapping Mozart” for the Mozartjahr 2006 (together with A. E. Arthur-Johnston, L. Ponger, N. Sternfeld and L. Ziaja); in 2007 he was in charge of the production of the play “Love Research: istrazivanje ljubavi, rodimos e kalimpesko“ which was part of the European project “Work in Process”; together with A. Akkilic he developed and executed the campaign “50 Years of Labour Migration – Archive Now!” for the Wienwoche 2012; 2013-15 he was a researcher at the Institute for Contemporary History at the University of Innsbruck in the FWF project "Deprovincializing Contemporary Austrian History"; 2015-16 researcher in the project "Collecting Migration" at the Vienna City Museum; since 2014 (together with V. Ivanovic, A. Momcilovic; R. Rössig and T. Toroman) curator of the exhibition on labor migrants from Yugoslavia in the Historical Museum of Yugoslavia at Belgrade; he has been widely published, e.g., Die zweite Generation: Migrantenjugendliche im deutschsprachigen Raum (together with E. Viehböck) (Innsbruck 1994); Landschaften der Tat: Vermessung, Transformation und Ambivalenz des Antirassismus in Europa, ed. (St. Pölten 2002); Kunst, Kultur und Theater für Alle! Studie zu Perspektiven der Kunst- und Kulturpolitik 2010-2015 mit besonderem Fokus auf Migrationsrealität (together with Ü. Akbaba, S. Galea, A. Görg, and G. Pfeifer) (Vienna 2010); Politischer Antirassismus: Selbstorganisation, Historisierung als Strategie und diskursive Interventionen (Vienna 2010).