HISTORY AND THEORIES OF FEMINISM

Coordinators: Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević

  1. Women in Medieval Europe (Nenad Knežević)
  2. Equality, Virtue, and Education: the 18th Century (Katarina Lončarević)
  3. Women's Political Rights: History of the British Suffragist Movement (Ivana Pantelić)
  4. American Women of the First Wave: The Right of a Slave/The Right of a Woman (Adriana Zaharijević)
  5. Struggle for Women’s Rights in Serbia in the 19th and 20th Century (Ivana Pantelić)
  6. Virginia Woolf and Simone de Beauvoir (Slavica Stojanović and Daša Duhaček)
  7. Marxist and Socialist Feminism (Nađa Bobičić)
  8. Lesbian Feminism: What Does It Mean to Be a Woman? (Dragoslava Barzut)
  9. Afro-American Feminism: Sisterhood is Powerful? (Katarina Lončarević)
  10. Postcolonial Feminism: Women Beyond the East/West and North/South Divide (Adriana Zaharijević)

FACING THE PAST, WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE FUTURE

Coordinators: Daša Duhaček and Dragana Popović

  1. The Notion of Political Responsibility: Hannah Arendt (Daša Duhaček)
  2. Memory against History: the Case of Serbian History Coursebooks (Dubravka Stojanović)
  3. Responsibility of Historiography in Constructing National Identity in Serbia (Latinka Perović)
  4. Everyday and Private Life in Serbia (Ana Stolić)
  5. Women's Struggle for Achieving the Right to Education and Professional Career (Ljubinka Trgovčević)
  6. Crime Research and Resposibility (Branka Prpa)
  7. Heroes and Victims in Public Space: Monuments (Olga Manojlović)
  8. Religiosity Now and Then: Role of the Serbian Orthodox Church (Radmila Radić)
  9. Responsibility of Scientists: Leaving the Ivory Tower (Dragana Popović)
  10. Genocentrism (Biljana Stojković)
  11. Biotechnologies: New Political Responsibility (Biljana Stojković)
  12. Scientific literacy: Responsibility for the Future (Dragana Popović)

FEMINISM: CORE CONCEPTS

Coordinators: Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević

  1. Sex, Gender, Transsexuality and Transgenderism: New Forms of Activism? (Zorica Ivanović and Slavoljupka Pavlović)
  2. From Queer Theory to Queer Activism (Jelisaveta Blagojević and Dušan Maljković)
  3. Gender and Violence (Vera Kurtić and Tijana Popivoda)
  4. Gender and Security (Gordana Odanović and Staša Zajović)
  5. Institutionalisation of Gender Issues (Zorana Antonijević and Kosana Beker)
  6. Gender and Education (Nađa Duhaček and Dragana Popović)
  7. Family and Motherhood (Marija Lukić and Lidija Vasiljević)
  8. Feminist Interventions in the Arts: Film (Olga Dimitrijević and Milica Miražić)
  9. Feminism and Art / Feminist Art (Tanja Marković and Iva Nenić)
  10. Feminist Interventions in the Arts: Performance (Zoe Gudović)
  11. Feminism in Contemporary Serbia: Questions, Problems and Dilemmas (talk)

HISTORY AND THEORIES OF FEMINISM

Coordinators:  Katarina Lončarević and Adriana Zaharijević)

  1. The Shortest History of Feminism: Introduction to the Course (Lončarević and Zaharijević)
  2. Women in the Medieval Europe: Feminist Readings of the work of Hildegard of Bingen (Nenad Knežević)
  3. Equality, Virtue and Education: 18th Century (Katarina Lončarević)
  4. Political Rights for Women: the History of British Suffragist Movement (Ivana Pantelić)
  5. First Wave Americans: The Right of a Slave/The Right of a Woman (Adriana Zaharijević)
  6. Struggle for Women’s Rights in Serbia in 19th and 20th Centuries (Ivana Pantelić)
  7. Marxist and Socialist Feminism (Daša Duhaček)
  8. Birth of the Second Wave and the Politics of Identity (Adriana Zaharijević)
  9. Lesbian Feminism: What Does It Mean to Be a Woman? (Lepa Mlađenović)
  10. Afro-American Feminism: Sisterhood Is Powerful? (Katarina Lončarević)
  11. Politics of Difference: Chasing the Impossible? (Jelisaveta Blagojević)
  12. Postcolonial Feminism: Women Beyond the East/West and North/South Divide (Adriana Zaharijević)


FEMINIST MEDIA CULTURE: THE PRODUCTION OF GENDER

(Joint project between the Center of Women's Studies and BeFem: the Feminist Cultural Center)

(Coordinator: Jelena Višnjić – BeFem)

  1. Gender and Media Culture (Jelisaveta Blagojević)
  2. Women As the Other: Representational Practices in Media Discourse in Serbia (Mirjana Mirosavljević and Jelena Višnjić)
  3. Television, Representation, and Gender (Dubravka Đurić)
  4. Media, Gender, and the Modern Political Scene in China (Dušica Ristivojević)
  5. Media Reports on Minority Identities: the Case of Serbia (Dragana Vučković)
  6. Mir, mir, mir, Nobody is Queer! – Representation of Non-Heterosexual Practices in Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Film (Olga Dimitrijević)
  7. BeFem: the Feminist Festival of Culture and Action – “Think Outside the Cocks” (Feminist Magazines and Journalists) (Hana Grgić (Libela) Svjetlana Knežević (Libela), Gabe Ivanov (Vox Feminae), Vedrana Sunko (Biro radost), Bang, feminist magazine (Sweden)
  8. BeFem: the Feminist Festival of Culture and Action – “Think Outside the Cocks” (Feminist Magazines and Journalists) (Hana Grgić (Libela) Svjetlana Knežević (Libela), Gabe Ivanov (Vox Feminae), Vedrana Sunko (Biro radost), Bang, feminist magazine (Sweden)
  9. Miss representation: Women in Public (Media) Space (Tamara Skrozza)
  10. “Ideally bad”: the Politics of Reconstruction of Turbo-Folk Identity in Contemporary Serbia (Jelena Višnjić)
  11. “If Video Killed the Radio Star, Is Internet then a Serial Killer?”: Feminist Ethnography in the Age of Media Convergence (Ana Jovanović and Sajber Van Der Last (Žene sa Interneta), Dragoslava Barzut)
  12. “Mission Planet Earth”: Work in Focus Groups (Print Media, TV Commercials, Turbo-Folk Music Videos) (Mirjana Mirosavljević and Jelena Višnjić)