Saturday, 16 December, 2017.

CORE COURSE

Daša Duhaček: Introduction to Feminist Theory: History  and Classification, Woman in Pre-Feminist Theories: Ancient  Philosophy; Social Contract as a Gender Contract; The  Beginnings of Feminism: Mary Wollstonecraft; Simone de  Beauvoir; Political Subject in Feminist Theory; Marxist and  Anarchist Feminisms

Daša Duhaček, Lepa Mlađenović: Radical Feminism: Personal  Is Political

Branka Arsić: Woman on a Sofa in the 3rd Bezirk; Woman in  Non-Being: Julia Kristeva

Biljana Dojčinović Nešić: Feminist Literary Criticism

Slavica Stojanović: Virginia Wolf: a Room of One’s Own

Jasmina Lukić: Feminist Critics: Personal Stories; Feminist  Literary Criticism: Problem of Definition; Feminist Criticism  and Crisis of Canons; Feminist Literary History; Gender  in Literary Criticism; Postmodernism

Svenka Savić: Language and Gender; Sexism in Language

Vesna Nikolić Ristanović: Legal Protection of Women: a Historical  View; Legal Protection of Women in Modern Societies

Zorica Mršević: Violence Against Women; Sexual Violence  Against Women (Incest); Women’s Human Rights, Lesbian  Human Rights; Women Judges/Women Lawyers; Self-Organizing  of Women: a Free Women’s Space

Marina Blagojević: Why Are Women A Marginal Group?; Practice  and Ideology of Motherhood; Discrimination of Women on  Labor Market and in Professions; Domestic Labour; Misogyny:  Discourse and Practice; Belgrade Women’s Movement

Žarana Papić: Feminist Critique of Patriarchy; Gender Dichotomy:  Nature/Culture Position

Nada Ler Sofronić: Social and Psychological Basis of Patriarchy;  Construction of Gender Women and Power


ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Sex and Gender (Žarana Papić)

Feminist Approach to Archaeology (Staša Babić)

Philosophy (Branka Arsić, Daša Duhaček): Women in  Philosophical Context (From Renaissance to Modernism);  L’Ecriture Feminine (Seduction); Introduction to Psychoanalysis;  Hannah Arendt

Introduction To Feminist Epistemology (Daša Duhaček,  Dragana Popović, Vesna Nikolić Ristanović)

Literature (Biljana Dojčinović Nešić, Ileana Čura, Vladislava  Felbabov, Vesna Krmpotić, Jasmina Lukić, Radmila Nastić,  Nataša Popivoda, Slavica Stojanović, Jasmina Tešanović, Svetlana  Tomin): Serbian Women Writers in The Middle Ages:  Christine de Pizan, Terese of Ávila; Isidora Sekulić, Margaret  Atwood; Gender and Genre, Subversity of Popular Genres;  Women’s Voices in Afro-American Literature; Motherhood  in Literature and Feminist Theory; Mahabharata and Ramayana;  Karen Blixen; Anais Nin; Men’s Drama as a School For  Women, How to Become Your Own Mother?; Woman Writer  and Her Audience (Workshop)

Law and Violence Against Women (Nadežda Ćetković, Zorica  Mršević, Vesna Nikolić Ristanović, Jelena Špadijer Džinić,  Mirjana Obretković): Women’s Human Rights; Women’s Reproductive  Rights; Trafficking of Women in Central and  Eastern Europe; Prostitution: Historical Perspective and  Prostitution in Modern Societies; Children’s Rights and Protection  against Violence

Psychology (Vera Smiljanić, Marina Bogdanović, Jasminka  Veselinović, Aleksandra Pečujlić, Nada Ler Sofronić, Lepa  Mlađenović): Theories on Woman’s Psychology and Psychoanalysis;  Critique of Psychoanalysis; Social Learning Theory;  Cognitivist Theory; Psycho-Colonization of Woman:  Patriarchal Models in Psychotherapy; Women’s Solidarity  Religion and Feminism (Svenka Savić)

Feminist Theory and Critique of Family (Anđelka Milić)

Shakespeare and Film (Ljiljana Bogoeva Sedlar)

Visual Arts and Dance (Dubravka Đurić, Vesna Pantelić)

Women’s Health (Vera Litričin, Lepa Mlađenović, Gordana  Rajkov)

Ecofeminism (Sonja Prodanović)

Women and War (Vesna Nikolić Ristanović, Jasmina Tešanović):  Women, Violence and War; Suitcase, A Collection of  Refugee Stories

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