She is currently exploring non-hierarchical methods of documenting urban histories and cultures and has received a SSHRC Insight Development Grant for her digital humanities project “Alternative Toronto,” which will create a participatory cartographic archive of Toronto’s antiauthoritarian communities of the 1980s and early 1990s.
Radovac received her doctorate in communication studies from McGill University, and excerpts from her dissertation have been published in American Quarterly, Radical History Review and Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies. Her work as a student activist and labor organizer continues to inform her public scholarship, which has appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Times Higher Education, TOPIA and Sounding Out. She is a past executive board member of the Canadian chapter of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music and a past president of the Association of Graduate Students Employed at McGill. She was also a longtime member of the anarcha-feminist noise collective Mourning Sickness and an archival contributor to the Riot Grrrl exhibition Alien She.