Professor of Anthropology
My idea had been, why live in Pristina when I can live in New York? But when I came back, I realized I'd rather teach here than teach somewhere else. I think that is kind of indicative of a lot of people of my generation who wanted to engage with the changes that were going on after the war.
Nita Luci is a cultural anthropologist from Prishtina, whose research focuses on gender, manhood, memory and violence. She completed her PhD at the University of Michigan, before returning to Kosovo to continue her research and teach. Luci is interested in the intersection of contemporary art and activism within the context of developing states. She is a co-founder of the gender studies program at the University of Prishtina, and a lecturer at RIT Kosovo.