Born 1982 in Novi Sad/Serbia.
Stevan Bradić is assistant professor in the Department of Comparative Literature (Faculty of Philosophy) at the University of Novi Sad/Serbia. He completed his MA (2010) and PhD (2016) in comparative literature at the University of Novi Sad, and his MA in English literature at Stockholm University/Sweden (2011).
He has published two monographs, Simulacija i gastronomija (Simulation and Gastronomy, Belgrade/Serbia, 2012) and Nemogući zavičaj (The Impossible Homeland, Belgrade, 2019) which address sensory systems in neo-avantgarde and avantgarde poetry respectively. He has also published two poetry volumes, Na zemlji (Upon Earth, Belgrade, 2017) and U kotlarnici (In the Boiler Room, Novi Sad, 2013).
Bradić has been a recipient of grants from institutional programs including the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program (2019) and the Swedish Institute Scholarship Program for PhD researchers (2013). As a visiting lecturer, he has held seminars at the University of Illinois, Chicago/USA, Stockholm University, the University of Alicante/Spain, the University of Bamberg/Germany and the University of Nicosia/Cyprus. He is the founder and chief editor of Rizom, a portal for literature, philosophy and social theory and sits on the board of the International Novi Sad Literary Festival.