Andrej Grubacic is the Chair of the Anthropology and Social Change department. Andrej started his academic career as an historian of 16th century Anabaptist "world turned upside down" at the University of Belgrade in what used to be Yugoslavia. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, for reasons that were both political and intellectual, he left the country, and reinvented himself as a (historical) social scientist. At the Fernand Braudel Center in SUNY Binghamton he initiated a research project on utopistics: a study of possible alternatives to the capitalist world-system. His interest in world systems analysis, anarchism, and anarchist theory, influences his research perspective which includes experiences of self-organization, solidarity, voluntary association, and mutual aid on the world-scale. His ongoing research on exilic spaces in the modern capitalist world system considers how spaces of self-activity are produced and reproduced on the outside/inside of capitalist civilization. His research focus is on the autonomous geographies of the Russian Cossacks, Atlantic pirates, Macedonian Roma, Jamaican Maroons, and Mexican Zapatistas. His other research interests include history of the Balkans, militant research, and activist ethnography. His most recent book publication in English is Don't Mourn, Balkanize: Essays After Yugoslavia (2010). Andrej is a member of the International Council of the World Social Forum, the Industrial Workers of the World, and the Global Balkans Network. He is associated with Retort, a group of antinomian writers, artists, artisans, and teachers based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
- Grubačić, Andrej (2003). Globalizacija nepristajanja [The globalization of refusal] (in Serbian). Novi Sad: Svetovi.ISBN 86-7047-422-0. OCLC 64097747.
- Grubačić, Andrej; Lynd, Staughton (2008). Wobblies and Zapatistas: Conversations on Anarchism, Marxism and Radical History. PM Press. ISBN 978-1-60486-041-2.
- Grubačić, Andrej (2010). Don't Mourn, Balkanize!: Essays After Yugoslavia. PM Press. 
- Staughton Lynd (2010). Andrej Grubacic, ed. From Here to There: The Staughton Lynd Reader. PM Press.ISBN 978-1-60486-215-7.
- Anarchism Reader
- Noam Comski, Politika bez Moci. Izdavac: DAF Zagreb, 2004. ISBN 953-6956-01-2.
Selected book chapters and articles
- Chris Spannos, ed. (2007). "Participatory Balkans". Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century. AK Press. ISBN 978-1-904859-78-9.
- "The Staughton Lynd Reader Interview"
- "Wobblies and Zapatistas Interview"
- "Don't Mourn, Balkanize! A Vision for the Balkans"
- "Anarchism, Or The Revolutionary Movement Of The Twenty-first Century", ZMag, January 6, 2004. Co-authored with David Graeber.
- "No State, No Nation: Balkan Federation", Zmag
- "Towards Another Anarchism", World Social Forum
- "In Support of Professor David Graeber", Infoshop.org, May 11, 2005.
- "El Encanto Irresistible del Anarquismo Global", Tortuga
- "Caligula's Horse", CounterPunch, February 2, 2008.
- "A Global Left: Survey of European Left Movements", Nadir
- Grubacic, Andrej (2003), "Neoliberalizam, korporatna globalizacija i pedagogija", in Kneževic, Miloš; Ristić, Mihajlo, Vreme globalizacije: zbornik, Book 7 of Edicija "Treći milenijum", Belgrade: Dom kulture "Studentski grad",ISBN 978-86-7933-015-4, retrieved 2009-12-28
- Grubacic, Andrej (2004), "Towards another anarchism", in Sen, Jai; Anand, Anita; Escobar, Arturo et al., World Social Forum: challenging empires, New Delhi: Viveka Foundation, p. 402, ISBN 81-88251-17-8
- Chomsky, Noam. Mediji, Propaganda i Sistem [Media, Propaganda and the System]. Sto Citas (in Croatian) 9. Introduction by Andrej Grubacic. Zagreb. ISBN 953-7060-01-2. Retrieved 2010-01-03.
Selected radio appereances:
- Andrej Grubacic takes listeners on a stroll through radical historical moments and movements in anecdotal stages
- Andrej Grubacic on Organizing in the Age of Obama
- Economic global unrest grabs the attention of CIA and US Military. What are they worried about? We'll ask Andrej Grubacic, author of Wobblies & Zapatistas: Conversations on Anarchism, Marxist and radical history
- Link Simon Critchley and Andrej Grubacic talk about neo-anarchism, Obama, and political mobilizations on KPFA 94.1 FM.
Book reviews (Wobblies and Zapatistas)
Book Reviews of Don't Mourn, Balkanize!
Book Reviews (Staughton Lynd Reader)
PhD, Sociology SUNY Binghamton
MA, Sociology, SUNY Binghamton
BA, History, University of Belgrade