Anamarija Žugić Borić

Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research

Anamarija Žugić Borić studied Comparative Literature and Latin Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia, where she currently writes a Ph. D. thesis on the music as an aspect of dramaturgy in contemporary theatre in Croatia. Prior to joining Croatia’s National DARIAH Coordination Office at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in her capacity as an assistant, she worked as a TA at the Department of Classical Philology, University of Zagreb, and as an assistant in the Division of the History of Croatian Theatre, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. She also worked as a publishing house editor. Anamarija Žugić Borić is also a freelance musician, music and theatre critic, copywriter, copyeditor, and proofreader. She was engaged in various DH projects and workshops, in particular in the Open Philology Workshop in Leipzig, the Croatiae auctores Latini (CroALa) collection and the project of digitizing theatrical materials for the Digital Collection and Catalog of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. She is the chair of the DARIAH-EU working group Theatralia and a member of the Croatian Association of Theatre Critics and Theatre Scholars. Her research interests include performing arts, digital theatre, theatrical sound and music, archival processing, NLP, digital collections and digital editions.