Marko Živković

MARKO ŽIVKOVIĆ teaches anthropology at the University of Alberta in Canada. He graduated clinical psychology from the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade and obtained his master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Chicago. Besides specializing in Ex-Yugoslavia, South East and East Europe and problems of postsocialism, he studies various subjects such as Japan, interdisciplinary  research of dreams, anthropology of space and time, as well as social theory. His latest interests have led him into an area where sociology of science meets anthropology of art. He is currently exploring the influence of modern neuroscience on changes in our understanding of consciousness, subjectivity and society.