Friday, 20 September, 2019.
Genero Issue 2-3Diane Elam: Why Read?

Focus of the Issue: Politics of Sex
(Editor Jelisaveta Blagojević)

Jelisaveta Blagojević: Using (it) Up
Drucilla Cornell: Gender
Judith Butler: Contingent Foundations: Feminism and the Question of Postmodernism
Katerina Kolozova: Investigating the Non-Dichotomic Possibility of Thinking Unity For a Non-Unitary Subject
Denise Riley: A Short History of Some Preoccupations
Margarita Diaz Andreu: Gender Identity and Archaeology: A Synthetic View
Ksenija Bilbija: How One Becomes What One Is: Luz Arce’s Inferno
Marina Gržinić: Rupture
Marijana Milosavljević: Representation of Female Body on the Photographs by Claude Kahun and Hans Belmer
Zorica Mršević: Women in Legal Professions

From the Region

Valentina Zlatanova and Rumiana Stoilova: Gender – Models of Power: A Regional Aspect
Nataša Avramovska: The Darkened Muse of Macedonian Love and Erotic Poetry

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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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