HISTORY AND THEORIES OF FEMINISM

Coordinators: Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević

  1. The Shortest History of Feminism (Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević)
  2. Equality, Virtue and Education: the 18th Century and the French Revolution (Katarina Lončarević)
  3. American Women of the First Wave: The Right of a Slave/The Right of a Woman (Adriana Zaharijević)
  4. Political Rights for Women: History of the British Suffragist Movement (Ivana Pantelić)
  5. Struggle for Women’s Rights in Serbia in the 19th and 20th Century (Ivana Pantelić)
  6. Feminism and Marxism: Gender and Class - Friends and Foes (Nađa Bobičić)
  7. Afro-American Feminism: Sisterhood Is Powerful? (Katarina Lončarević)
  8. Postcolonial Feminism: Women Beyond the East/West and North/South Divide (Adriana Zaharijević)
  9. Lesbian Feminism: Speech and Turning Silence into Action (Dragoslava Barzut)
  10. Feminism and Queer Theory (Jovana Timotijević)

FEMINIST MEDIA CULTURE: THE PRODUCTION OF GENDER
(Joint project between the Centre for Women's Studies and BeFem: the Feminist Cultural Centre)

Coordinator: Jelena Višnjić

  1. Woman as the Other: Representational Practices in the Media Discourse of Contemporary Serbia (Jelena Višnjić)
  2. Gender and Media Culture (Jelisaveta Blagojević)
  3. Mir, mir, mir, Nobody is Queer! – Representation of Non-Heterosexual Practices in Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Film (Olga Dimitrijević)
  4. Media Reports on Minority Identities: the Case of Serbia (Dragana Vučković)
  5. CINDERELLA RUINED MY LIFE: Production of Patriarchy in Animated Movies (Milica Batričević and Nemanja Marinović)
  6. Television, Representation, and Gender (Dubravka Đurić)
  7. Reality TV, Critical Reading, and Media Literacy (Marijana Matović)
  8. Blood, Tears, and Sweat of Women in Country Music: (Pop) Culture and Representation (Magda Janjić and Jovana Gligorijević)
  9. Miss representation: Women in Public (Media) Space (Tamara Skrozza)
  10. International Politics, the Media and Human / Women's / LGBT Rights (Dušica Ristivojević)

EDUCATION AND FEMINISM

Coordinator: Nađa Duhaček

  1. Introduction to Feminist Educational Studies (Nađa Duhaček)
  2. Parenthood, Upbringing, and Gender (Jelena Ćeriman)
  3. History of Education of Girls, Women, and Female Scientists (Dragana Popović)
  4. Lego Bricks and Gender (Ana Dajić)
  5. Socialism in the Classroom (Sanja Petrović-Todosijević)
  6. Research on Gender in Belgrade's Primary Schools (Miroslava Malešević)
  7. Intertwining History of Women Teachers and Writers (Svetlana Tomić)
  8. Tears and Laughter of the Serbian Educational System (Ana Kolarić)
  9. Film and Television as a Locus of Learning on Learning (Nađa Duhaček)
  10. Feminist Educational Practices: from Activism to Classroom (feminist activists and practitioners of formal and informal education)
  11. Open class (students, class of 2016/2017)

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

Coordinator: Tanja Ignjatović, Autonomous Women's Centre (Belgrade)

  1. Gender-based Violence against Women - the Concept and Different Types (Tanja Ignjatović)
  2. Prejudices about Violence against Women (Ana Brkić and Sanja Pavlović)
  3. Violence against Women in Intimate Partnerships and within Family (Tanja Ignjatović)
  4. Sexual Violence: Rape (Lepa Mlađenović)
  5. Victims and Survivors - the Experience of (a Complex) Trauma (Biljana Slavković)
  6. Sexual Harassment and Blackmailing of Women and Girls; Digital Violence (Marija Lukić and Sonja Malinović)
  7. Violence against Women from Marginalised Social Groups - Roma Women, Women with Disabilities, Lesbians (Olivera Ilkić, Nada Đuričković, Aleksandra Gavrilović)
  8. Trafficking of Women and Violence against Women Refugees (Marija Anđelković and Dijana Malbaša)
  9. Protecting Women from Violence - International Standards, Serbian Laws and By-laws (Vanja Macanović)
  10. Female Prostitutes vs. Sex Workers (Gordana Stojaković and Miloš Urošević)
  11. Killing of Women - Femicide (Aleksandra Nestorov and Gordana Stevanović)
  12. Prevention of Violence against Women and Girls: Alternative Solutions (Jovana Gligorijević)

HISTORY AND THEORIES OF FEMINISM

Coordinators: Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević

  1. The Shortest History of Feminism: Part 1 (Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević)
  2. The Shortest History of Feminism: Part 2 (Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević)
  3. Equality, Virtue and Education: the 18th Century and the French Revolution (Katarina Lončarević)
  4. American Women of the First Wave: The Right of a Slave/The Right of a Woman (Adriana Zaharijević)
  5. Political Rights for Women: History of the British Suffragist Movement (Ivana Pantelić)
  6. Struggle for Women’s Rights in Serbia in the 19th Century (Ana Stolić)
  7. Struggle for Women’s Rights in Serbia in the 20th Century (Ivana Pantelić)
  8. Lesbian Feminism: Speech and Turning Silence into Action (Dragoslava Barzut)
  9. Postcolonial Feminism: Women Beyond the East/West and North/South Divide (Adriana Zaharijević)
  10. Feminism and Marxism (Nađa Bobičić)
  11. Afro-American Feminism: Sisterhood Is Powerful? (Katarina Lončarević)
  12. Feminism and Queer Theory (Jovana Timotijević)

FEMINIST MEDIA CULTURE: THE PRODUCTION OF GENDER
(Joint project between the Centre for Women's Studies and BeFem: the Feminist Cultural Centre)

Coordinator: Jelena Višnjić

  1. Woman as the Other: Representational Practices in the Media Discourse of Contemporary Serbia (Mirjana Mirosavljević Bobić and Jelena Višnjić)
  2. Gender and the Media Culture (Jelisaveta Blagojević)
  3. Mir, mir, mir, Nobody is Queer! – Representation of Non-Heterosexual Practices in Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Film (Olga Dimitrijević)
  4. Television, Representation, and Gender (Dubravka Đurić)
  5. Reality TV, Critical Reading, and Media Literacy (Marijana Matović)
  6. Blood, Tears, and Sweat of Women in Country Music: (Pop) Culture and Representation (Magda Janjić and Jovana Gligorijević)
  7. BeFem WorkOut - Grad Cultural Centre (talk show and performances)
  8. BeFem WorkOut - Grad Cultural Centre (talk show and performances)
  9. Media Reports on Minority Identities: the Case of Serbia (Dragana Vučković)
  10. Miss representation: Women in Public (Media) Space (Tamara Skrozza)
  11. Politics of Representation of Female Politicians: the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Amila Ždralović)
  12. International Politics, the Media and Human / Women's / LGBT Rights (Dušica Ristivojević)