• From Photography to fMRI: Epistemic Functions of Images in Medical Research on Hysteria. Bielefeld: transcript, 2022 [open access].

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

  • “The Unobserved Anatomy: Negotiating the Plausibility of AI-Based Reconstructions of Missing Brain Structures in Clinical MRI Scans.” In Plausibilisierungsdynamiken & Evidenzpraktiken von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart, edited by Antje Flüchter, Birte Förster, Britta Hochkirchen and Silke Schwandt. Bielefeld: Bielefeld University Press, forthcoming in 2023.
  • “The Speechless Patient: Charcot’s Diagnostic Interpretation of Vocal, Gestural and Written Expressions in Hysterical Mutism.” In Ordinary Oralities: Everyday Voices in History, edited by Josephine Hoegaerts and Janice Schroeder. Berlin: De Gruyter, forthcoming in 2023.
  • “Assessing Structure-Function Relationships in the Living Human Brain: Assistive Uses of Interactive Neuroanatomical Visualisations in fMRI.” In Assistance, Assistants and Assistive Media. Barriers and Interfaces of Digital Cultures, edited by Jan Müggenburg, Philipp Sander and Anna-Lena Wiechern. Bielefeld: transcript, forthcoming in 2023 [open access].
  • ”’What We Thought Was Unseeable’: Die Konstruktion des authentischen Bildes eines Schwarzen Lochs.” In Wert und Wirklichkeit. Authentizitätszuschreibungen an und durch (mediale) Artefakte, edited by Amrei Bahr and Gerrit Fröhlich. Bielefeld: transcript, forthcoming in 2023.
  • “Tracing Hysteria’s Recent Trajectory: From a Crisis for Neurology to a New Scientific Object in Neuroimaging Research.” In Wissenskrisen–Krisenwissen. Zum Umgang mit Krisenzuständen in und durch Wissenschaft und Technik, edited by Julia Engelschalt, Jason Lemberg, Arne Maibaum, Andie Rothenhäusler and Meike Wiegand. Bielefeld: transcript, forthcoming in 2022 [open access]. 
  • “Epistemic Productivity of Seemingly Failed Approaches in fMRI-Based Research into Hysteria.” In Scheitern in den Wissenschaften: Perspektiven der Wissenschaftsforschung, edited by Michael Jungert and Sebastian Schuol, 189–207. Paderborn: Brill / Mentis, 2022.
  • “Visualising the Muscular Force: A Comparison of Charcot’s and Féré’s Approaches to Investigating the Strained Hysterical Body.” In Energetic Bodies: Sciences and Aesthetics of Strength and Strain, edited by Thomas Moser und Wilma Scheschonk, 81–101. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2022.
  • “Tito/Tata: Fiction and Factuality in Documentary Photographs of the Father Figure in Communist Yugoslavia.” Refract: An Open Access Visual Studies Journal 4 (2021): 105–22 [open access].
  • “Visualising the Hypnotised Brain: Hysteria Research from Charcot to Functional Brain Scans.” Culture Unbound 10 (2018): 65–82 [open access].
  • “Die Unsichtbarkeiten der Hysterie.” In Dark Rooms. Räume der Un/Sichtbarkeit, edited by Kesting Marietta and Sophia Kunze, 65–80. Berlin: Neofelis Verlag, 2017.
  • “Framing the Hysterical Body: A Comparative Analysis of a Historical and a Contemporary Approach to Imaging Functional Leg Paralysis.” In Images of Knowledge. The Epistemic Lives of Pictures and Visualisations, edited by Nora S. Vaage, Rasmus T. Slaattelid, Trine Krigsvoll Haagensen, Samantha L. Smith, 97–125. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016.
  • “Kriticki osvrt na pet pozicija u savremenoj srpskoj fotografiji.” [A Critical Consideration of Five Positions in Contemporary Serbian Photography]. Journal of the Museum of Applied Arts 2 (2006): 75–88 (in Serbian).


  • “Self-Representation and Social Condititioning.« In The Other Side: Photography from Eastern Europe edited by Wüstenrot Stiftung and Roman Bezjak, 26–33. Heidelberg: Kehrer Verlag, 2011.