Congratulations to Alfie Scholar, Nizama Djuderija, Criminal Justice/Administration of Justice ’18, who has been awarded a 9-month Fulbright Research Grant Award to Bosnia & Herzegovina. Her project title is The Bosnian War: Political Affiliation as a Means to Camouflage Criminality. She will analyze how political affiliation and war can become a convenient camouflage to enable the amplification of criminal activity, forming local and regional criminal enterprises that have affected the undercurrent of subterranean values in Bosnia & Herzegovina during the war and afterwards, up to the present day. She will use a blend of research methods from criminology as well as fundamental principles from political science.
See more about the Fulbright for Bosnia & Herzegovina at https://us.fulbrightonline.org/countries/selectedprogram/126
See more about Nizama at https://www.alfiescholars.org/2016-bios/nizama-djuderija