Friday, 20 September, 2019.

genero14 Studies and Essays

Čarna Brković
„What Do Others Think of Me?“: Opposition to Feminism, Menopause and the Public Sphere in Post-Socialist Context
Ivana Bajić Hajduković
The Lost Matriarch: The Consequences of Remittances on Mother-Child Relationships in Urban Serbia
Ana Hofman
We’re Going on the Road, We’re Going and Singing: Peasant Women’s Memories of Socialism in Serbia
Ivana Medić
„Comrades” Ustvolskaia and Gubaidulina: On the Status of Women Composers in the Soviet Union
Ivana Pražić
Theravada Buddhism and Gender in Indonesia: A (De)Colonized Encounter?
Uroš Matić
The Dupljaja Cart and Bodies that Matter
Anđa Srdić Srebro
Alternative Medicine and Alternative Bodies

Book Reviews


Betty Friedan
The Problem that Has No Name

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Generočasopis za feminističku teoriju i studije kulture (Genero: Journal of Feminist Theory and Cultural Studies / ISSN 1451-2203) is Belgrade Women’s Studies Center major serial publication and a joint publishing project of BWSC and the Center for Gender and Politics at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade (from the issue 13/2009). Genero was established in 2002.

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