Hristina Cvetinčanin Knežević
Hristina Cvetinčanin Knežević (1990) is a sociologist, a politicologist, a feminist and an activist. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, the Department of Sociology, and acquired her MA degree in political science – gender studies from the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. She is currently pursuing her doctoral studies in the field of culture and the media at the same Faculty. As a feminist and an activist, she has participated in many street rallies and initiatives, and written articles for various regional internet portals about current socio-political topics from the feminist and philosophical aspects. As a sociologist/politicologist, she took part, as a researcher and author, in the projects Blockade of the Faculty of Philosophy in 2014. (ISI, 2017), Social-economical and political transformations in Serbia and the question of gender based violence (FPN, 2018). She is a co-author of the study In the name of male people: analysis of convicting court sentence for misdemeanor offense prostitution (AŽC, 2018) as well as The handbook for using gender sensitive language (UN Women & Centre for Women's Studies, 2019). She works at the Faculty of Political Sciences as a researcher on the project Gender equality and the culture of civil status: historical and theoretical groundings in Serbia.