Since 2006, Borojevic has been the principal archaeobotanist for the Mersa/Wadi Gawasis project, directed by Kathryn Bard and Rodolfo Fattovich. She has experimented with making bread using conical molds found at the site, commonly used during the Middle Kingdom in Egypt. As a 10-year old girl, she lived with her parents in Cairo, where she developed a passion for archaeology and ancient Egypt. Besides working in Egypt, Borojevic currently studies plant remains from archeological sites in Southeast Europe and Israel.
Her publications include:
Borojevic, K., Steiner, W. E., Gerisch, R., Zazzaro, C., and Ward, C. (2010) Pests in an ancient Egyptian harbor. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:2449–2458.
Borojevic, K. (2009) Water chestnuts (Trapa natans L.) as controversial plants: Botanical, ethno-historical and archaeological evidence. In From Foragers to Farmers: Papers in Honor of Gordon C. Hillman, edited by A. S. Fairbairn and E. Weiss. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 86–97.
Borojevic, K. (2007) Archaeology - Botanical and Wood Remains. Archaeobotany. In Mersa/Wadi Gawasis 2006-2007 Report, Rodolfo Fattovich and Kathryn A. Bard editors; http://www.archaeogate.org/egittologia/article/606/6/mersawadi-gawasis-2006-2007-report-rodolfo-fattovich-an.html
Borojevic, K. (2006) Archaeobotanical Finds. In Megiddo IV: the 1998–2002 Seasons, edited by Israel Finkelstein, D. Ussishkin and B. Halpern. Emery