This year I took part in organising the 14th International Postgraduate Conference on Central and Eastern Europe at UCL SSEES. The theme of the conference was Transnationalism(s): Contexts, Patterns and Connections in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. As a part of the organising committee, I worked on reading abstracts, forming panels and programme, choosing panel chairs, selecting and calling a keynote speaker, and eventually coordinating with the keynote speaker and panel chairs. The conference hosted more than 80 participants from many European countries.

At the conference I also presented my own paper on divorce anxieties in early Yugoslav socialism.