Peer reviewed articles

2017 – Tanoviċ, Sabina, “Anchoring time to architectural space: temporality and spatiality in places of memory”, Ines Moreira and Elena Lacruz (Eds.), Projecting Memory, Interdisciplinary Research Forum – IRF Press: Warsaw 2017, pp. 27-52.

2016 – Tanović, Sabina, “From Temporary to Permanent: Public mourning and the architecture of memorial spaces”, Architecture, Research, Vol. 1/2016, pp. 26- 35.

2015 – Tanović, Sabina, “Confronting difficult memory through absence: space in contemporary memorial architecture”, LUCAS, Issue 3: Death, Absence, and Aesthetics, pp. 48-65

2013 – Tanović, Sabina, “Contemporary Memorial: Preserving and Creating a Sense of Place”, in: Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Hazards and Modern Heritage: Importance of Place, CICOPBH, Sarajevo, Vol. 2, No. 1, p. 155

Other publications

– Tanović, Sabina, “Interspersed Memory” in Lesia Maruschak, Transfigurations (2018).

Tanović, Sabina, “Budućnost industrijske baštine Bosne i Hercegovine” (“Future of the industrial heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina”), Oslobođenje (27.10.2016), pp. 30/31

– Tanović, Sabina: interview with Jos Wassink, ‘Plaats geven aan rouw’, Delta nr. 7 (14 December 2015) p. 6. Available at:


11/2015 – Memory in Architecture: Contemporary Memorial Projects and their Predecessors, Delft University of Technology. Available at:

Ongoing projects

– Book publication “Designing Memory: Contemporary memorial projects and their predecessors”, in the process of editing with Prof. Dr. Jay Winter, Yale University and main editor of the series Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare, Cambridge University Press