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Marina Lazetic

MA, Human Security and International Security

Marina is an independent researcher and theater maker with expertise in migration and human security. Her most recent research project focuses on the use of migration as a tool for mobilization of nationalist ideologies. Throughout her academic and professional career, she has worked on projects related to motivation, education, national identity, conflict prevention, gender and human security. 

After obtaining her masters’ degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and working in New York City and in Belgrade, Serbia, Marina returned to Cambridge where she works as a freelance researcher and runs a theater workshop for youth affected by gun violence. She joined Citizen TALES empowered by her own immigrant experience and interested in exploring further the processes of identity construction and contributing to breaking boundaries imposed on our work and expression by fostering diversity, collaboration, and creativity, in academia and beyond.