Dr Dzavid Haveric is an Adjunct Research Fellow at Charles Sturt University.
Prior to migrating to Australia, Dzavid worked various administrative jobs in Bosnia and Herzegovina, such as a Manager of a Multilingual School and also studied law at Faculty of Law, University of Sarajevo. In Australia, he obtained Certificate in Producing Current Affairs and Infotainment - Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Melbourne (special course in journalism) (1996) and Advanced Diploma of Management, Gordon Institute of TAFE, Geelong, Victoria (2001). He holds a MA (Cultural History) from the School of Middle Eastern Language and Culture Studies, Deakin University (2004), and a PhD (Humanities) from the Institute for Community, Ethnicity and Policy Alternatives, Victoria University (2009).
In Melbourne he worked as a Reporter at the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Radio Program for the Bosnian Community and as a Journalist for Bosnian community newspapers. Dr Haveric worked as a Project Officer and Program Assistant at the Parliament of the World's Religions within the Victorian Multicultural Commission. He was a Research Assistant and Project Worker at the Institute for Community, Ethnicity and Policy Alternatives, Victoria University. Dr Haveric is a researcher and historian focusing on Islamic history, Islamic civilisation, Australian Muslim identities, Sufism and interfaith dialogue, cultural-religious diversity, multiculturalism and cosmopolitanism. He is the author of eight books.
2007, 2010 and 2011, Certificate of Appreciation in Honour and Recognition of Outstanding Support and Contributions to the Bosniak Community in Australia, Australian Bosniak Association;
2006, Australian Postgraduate Award, Victoria University, Institute for Community, Ethnicity and Policy Alternatives (ICEPA).
2001, Certificate of Appreciation in Recognition of Voluntary Service to the Community (International Year of Volunteers 2001) The Hon Steve Bracks MP, Premier of Victoria.
2014, Haveric, D., Islam and pluralism within the West: Collection of essays, One world, Printing Services – Logistics Division, Deakin University. [Pp. 1- 264]
2013, Haveric, D., The Australian Minaret: Outline of the periodicals published from 1961 to 1971, One world, Australia. [1-90]
2012, Haveric, D., History of the Muslim Discovery of the World: Islamic civilisation within the plurality of civilisations,Printing Services – Logistics Division, Deakin University. [Pp. 1 – 578]
2008,Haveric, Dz., Monograph: Islamisation of Bosnia: Early Islamic Influence on Bosnian Society, VDM Publishing House, Germany. [Pp. 1 - 129]
2007,Haveric, D., (second edition), Australia in Muslim Discovery: historical rediscovering of Australia by non-Muslims and Muslims, Papyrus Publishing,Lietelinna Press, Victoria. [Pp. 1 - 248]
2006, Haveric, D., Australia in Muslim Discovery: Historical Rediscovering of Australia by non-Muslims and Muslims, Printing Services – Logistics Division, Deakin University. [Pp. 1 - 248]
2005,Haveric, D., Islamisation of Bosnia: Early Islamic Influence on Bosnian Society, (Islamizacija Bosne: Rani islamski uticaj na bosansko drustvo), Bellarine Print, Victoria. This book translated into Bosnian is based on my MA thesis covering European medieval history. [Pp. 1 -164]
2001, Haveric, D., Bosnian Oriental Tradition from 15th to 18th Century: Chronicle,(Orijentalna tradicija Bosne od XV do XVIII vijeka: Hronika), Bellarine Print, Victoria. [Pp. 1 - 127]
1999, Haveric, D., Bosnian Muslims in Australia: A Historical Overview, (Bosanski muslimani u Australiji: Historijski pregled), Graphic Zone, Victoria. [Pp. 1 - 232]