Profile Page Dr. Sandra King-Savic

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Name Sandra King-Savic
Title Dr.
Institute/School SEPS - School of Economics and Political Science, SHSS - School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Address SHSS-HSG
Büro 52-7138
Müller-Friedberg-Strasse 8
9000 St. Gallen
Email address
Phone +41 71 224 2561
Main Focuses Soziale Anthropologie, Migration, Soziale Transformatoin, West Balkan
Professional Career
Teaching Activities

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  1. Item King-Savic, Sandra & Kapetanovic, Miso: Everyday Life in the Balkans, edited by David W. Montgomery Mišo Kapetanović, Sandra King-Savic. In: Journal for Southeastern Europe 44 (2020), 1, S. 95-97.
  2. Item King-Savic, Sandra (2020) Integration aus der Perspektive von jugoslawischen Migranten. Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West, (2-3). ISSN 2253-2465
  3. Item King-Savic, Sandra (2020) Thriving Markets in Times of Crisis - Forging Transnational Belonging through Informal Trade.
  4. Item King-Savic, Sandra: Voices of the Via Egnatia: Deliberating Migratory Pull-Factors along the Roman Road in the Western Balkans. In Stefanov, Nenad & Riedler, Florian (ed.): Via Militaris Orta Kol, Orient Express, Autoput: Transformations of a Route. Berlin : De Gruyter, 2020,
  5. Item King-Savic, Sandra & Honegger, Serge: Scientific outreach project (2019): Voices of the Via Egnatia: Eine Akustische Wanderung [Blog]. URL: . (2019).
  6. Item King-Savic, Sandra: Transnational black market practices between Novi Pazar, Serbia, and Turkey re-constructing social relations through the prism of Šverc (smuggling) submitted by Sandra King-Savić from Ennetbürgen (Nidwalden). Thesis, 2019.
  7. Item King-Savic, Sandra (2017) Editorial: Islam in Central Asia and Southeastern Europe. Euxeinos: Online Journal of the Center for Governance and Culture in Europe, (23). 3-5. ISSN 2296-0708
  8. Item King-Savic, Sandra (2017) Gespaltene islamische Gemeinschaft im Sandžak. Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West, (19 - 22). ISSN 2253-2465
  9. Item King-Savic, Sandra (2017) Serbia’s Sandžak: Caught Between Two Islamic Communities. Euxeinos: Online Journal of the Center for Governance and Culture in Europe, (23). 32-37. ISSN 2296-0708
  10. Item King-Savic, Sandra & King, Joshua: “Voices of the Via Egnatia - Hiking the Via Egnatia from Durres, Albania, to Thessaloniki, Greece”; a project that captures impressions, images, soundscapes and interviews along the historical route across the Balkan Peninsula [Blog]. URL: . (2017).