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Raspored za kurs
Feminizam danas: teme i problemi



Koordinatorka: Daša Duhaček

RASPORED: utorak 18:00 – 20:00

ukoliko nije drugačije navedeno

 

Datum

Tema

Predavačica/predavač

1.     

17. 3. 2015.

Pravo na život bez nasilja

Tanja Ignjatović

2.     

24. 3. 2015.

Žene i desnica:

feministički odgovori

Jelena Višnjić

3.     

31. 3. 2015.

Mehanizmi rodne ravnopravnosti u Srbiji danas

Jasna Vujačić i

Kosana Beker

4.     

7. 4. 2015.

Feminizam i obrazovanje

Nađa Duhaček

5.     

14. 4. 2015.

Žene i zdravlje

Viktorija Cucić

6.     

21. 4. 2015.

Antropološka istaživanja o ženskom zdravlju

 Anika Jugović Spaić

7.     

28. 4. 2015.

Feminizam, veganstvo i

prava životinja

Vera Kurtić i

Ana Zorbić

8.     

5. 5. 2015.

Novi vidovi aktivizma:

perfomans i feminizam

Zoe Gudović

9.     

12. 5. 2015.

Umetnost, feminizam, žene

Branka Anđelković

10.  

19. 5. 2015.

Umetnost, feminizam, žene

Branko Dimitrijević

 

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