Kerstin Muff was born in the Dominican Republic in 1983 and studied Theatre, Film and Media at the University of Leipzig and Vienna. Already born a globetrotter, her professional and private motto is: The more diverse the better! She joined the ICARUS team in 2012 and has worked for several EU-funded projects: ENArC – European Network on Archival Cooperation, APEx- Archives Portal Europe network of excellence and is now working as communications and project manager within co:op – community as opportunity. the creative archives’ and users’ network. She furthermore oversees the publication of the ICARUS magazine “insights” as editor-in-chief.
Žarko Vujošević was born in Belgrade (Serbia/Yugoslavia) on May 6th 1976.
He studied History at the Philosophical Faculty of the Belgrade University and Theology at the Faculty of Theology of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Belgrade. He acquired the studies graduation in 2002 (diploma) and the Magister of History in 2008.
Since 2003 he works as research assistant at the Institute for Balkan Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade, since 2013 he is member of two projects of the Institute for Balkan Studies as external associate.
He is the project coordinator of the international project „Community as Opportunity. The creative archives’ and users’ network” (CO:OP), supported by the EU programme Creative Europe (duration 2014–18) and also member of Managing Boards of International Centre for Archival Research (ICARUS, Vienna) and Centre for Advanced Medieval Studies (CAMS, Belgrade).
Since 2013 he also works as teaching assistant at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade, Chair in history in the early middle ages and auxiliary historical sciences.
His main fields of interest are auxiliary historical sciences, especially diplomatics, religious and cultural heritage of the medieval Balkans, project management and international cooperation.
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