Siniša Vulić

Siniša Vulić was born in 1998 in Belgrade.
He finished elementary school in Belgrade, where he graduated from the French bilingual class of the Deseta gimnazija “Mihajlo Pupin” high school.
He enrolled in bachelor studies in history at the Department of History of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Belgrade University, and graduated in 2021. At the same faculty, he finished his M.A. studies, which he completed in 2022 by defending the thesis „Relations between the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia and the French Republic during the 1948–1962 period“.
During his undergraduate and master’s academic studies, he was a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, and during the final year of his undergraduate and master’s studies, he was a scholarship holder of the Fund for Young Talents of the Republic of Serbia.
In October 2023, he enrolled in PhD International and European Studies at the Faculty of Political Science of the Belgrade University.
Since June 2024, he has been employed at the Institute for Serbian Culture Priština–Leposavić as a junior research associate.
Siniša Vulić’s areas of interest and research are related to Yugoslav-French relations during the Cold War period Serbo-French relations in the recent times, as well as Yugoslav and Serbian foreign policy. In addition, he deals with the analysis of scientific and popular historiography and its reviewing.
He speaks English, French, Russian, and Esperanto language.
S. Radojković, S. Vulić, “Review of Serbian Literature on Life and Work of R. A. Reiss: a critical look”, in: Archibald Reiss: life, wirk, legacy, ed. by A. Lazarević, D. Radujko. IPS, Belgrade, 2023, 13-37.