Veljko Vujacic

  • Professor of Sociology

Education

  • BA, Brandeis University, 1985
  • MA, University California Berkeley, 1989
  • PhD, University California Berkeley, 1995

Biography

Professor Vujačić’s fields of specialization include sociological theory, political sociology and comparative-historical sociology, with a special focus on theories of nationalism and the development of communism and nationalism in the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia.

Professor Vujačić has published articles in Theory and Society, Post-Soviet Affairs, East European Politics and Societies, Comparative Politics, Research in Political Sociology, The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, The Encyclopedia of Revolutions, The Concise Encyclopedia of Comparative Sociology, and various edited volumes. His book Nationalism, Myth, and the State in Russia and Serbia: Antecedents of the Dissolution of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia came out with Cambridge University Press in 2015.

Spring 2022

Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory — SOCI 303

Fall 2022

Introduction to Sociology: Classics of Sociology — SOCI 124
Communism and Intellectuals: From Utopia to Disillusionment — SOCI 431

Notes

Veljko Vujacic's Book Translated to Russian and Serbian

January 16, 2020

Professor of Sociology Veljko Vujacic's book Nationalism, Myth, and the State in Russia and Serbia (Cambridge University Press, 2015) appeared in Russian (St. Petersburg, The European University Press, 2019) and Serbian translations (Belgrade: CLIO press, 2019). Public presentations were organized in St. Petersburg (European University) on October, 22, 2019 and at the International Belgrade Book Fair on October 27, 2019.