Wednesday, 13 December, 2017.

CORE COURSE

Key Concepts/Key Issues (Biljana Dojčinović Nešić, Lepa Mlađenović, Svenka Savić, Zorica Mršević, Marina Bogdanović)

Introduction to Feminist Epistemology and Methodology (Ružica Rosandić, Dragana Popović, Ivana Pantelić, Zorica Bečanović, Daša Duhaček)

History of Ideas (Daša Duhaček, Slavica Stojanović, Vanda Perović, Lepa Mlađenović, Zoran Milutinović, Dragana Popović)

Contemporary Theoretical Problems (Nikola Tucić, Jelisaveta Blagojević, Dragan Popadić, Daša Duhaček, Zorica Ivanović, Snježana Milivojević)

Supplementary courses: Academic Writing (Ljubiša Rajić)

English Language for Women’s Studies (Vanda Perović)


ELECTIVE COURSES

Mosaic of the Serbian Crisis in the ‘90s (Olivera Milosavljević, Dubravka Stojanović)

Engendering Psychology (Marina Bogdanović, Dragan Popadić, Biljana Branković, Nada Polovina, Dijana Plut, Tinde Kovač Cerović)

Literary (Her)story (Biljana Dojčinović Nešić, Jasmina Lukić, Tatjana Rosić, Vladislava Gordić Petković, Dubravka Đurić)

Theories of Violence and Women’s Human Rights (Zorica Mršević, Marija Lukić)

Body in Arts: Between Feminism and Postmodernism (Dubravka Đurić, Nada Seferović)

Women in Serbia Today: Socio-Economic and Political Issues (Biljana Branković, Mirjana Dokmanović, Isidora Jarić, Tatjana Ignjatović, Tatjana Đurić Kuzmanović, Dragana Popović, Ljubica Rajković, Ljubinka Trgovčević)

New Concepts of Subjectivity: Queer/ing Theory, Queer/ing Politics (Jelisaveta Blagojević, Daša Duhaček)

Public Sphere, Media and Responsibility (Snježana Milivojević, Daša Duhaček)

Biological As Political (Ivana Vitas, Marina Bogdanović)

Gender, Identities, Text (Biljana Dojčinović Nešić, Jasmina Lukić, Tanja Rosić, Vladislava Gordić)

From the Open Program

* History of Women on the Balkans (Svetlana Slapšak, ISH, Ljubljana)

* Lesbian Identity (Zorica Mršević, OECD)

* Feminism and Serbian Orthodox Church (Svenka Savić, University of Novi Sad)

* Life Under the Veil: Status of Women in Iran During the Shah (Mayling Simpson, USA)

* Round Table: "Not to Read" Conspiracy: Fate of Women’s Literature in Serbian Culture (Jasmina Lukić, Vladislava Gordić Petrović, Dubravka Đurić, Tatjana Rosić, Biljana Dojčinović Nešić, Belgrade)

* Women’s Experience in Contemporary Serbian Literature (Tatjana Rosić, Dubravka Đurić, Biljana Dojčinović Nešić, Vladislava Gordić Petrović, Ljubica Arsić, Belgrade)

* Matricide in Language (Miglena Nikolchina, University of Sofia)

* Sliding Backwards: The Fate of Women in Post-1989 East-Central Europe (Sabrina Ramet, Norwegian University for Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway)

CORE COURSE

Key Questions, Key Concepts (Biljana Dojčinović Nešić,  Daša Duhaček, Trivo Inđić, Olivera Milosavljević, Zorica  Mršević, Žarana Papić, Dragan Popadić, Dragana Popović, Dubravka Stojanović, Nikola Tucić): Women’s Studies/Gender Studies; Patriarchy; Issues of Identity/Differencies; Introduction to Feminist Methodology and Epistemology

Feminist Theory and Philosophy in a Historical Perspective (Daša Duhaček, Lepa Mlađenović, Obrad Savić, Svenka Savić, Slavica Stojanović, Vanda Perović): Women, Slaves and Foreigners in Ancient Philosophy; Woman in Medieval Philosophy; Modern Age: From Liberalism to Anarchism; Radical Feminism; Postmodernism and the "Other" 

From Multidisciplinary Towards Interdisciplinary Studies (Marina Bogdanović, Biljana Dojčinović Nešić, Dubravka Đurić, Anđelka Milić, Snježana Milivojević, Zorica Mršević, Dragana Popović, Svenka Savić): Language, Art and Literature; Sciences; Discrimination and Violence; Women’s Rights; Family; Media; Women and Work


ELECTIVE COURSES

Anthropology of Sex/Gender (Žarana Papić): Women’s Studies/Men’s Studies: Masculinity From Inside; Levy Strauss: Incest and Social Contract; Derrida and Foucault: Contraversies; Body in Media and Pop Culture: The Case of Serbia

Kinship Anthropology (Zorica Ivanović): Social and/or Biological Kinship: Contraversies of Anthopology; A New Question on Incest: a Homosexual Incest?; Marriage and Matrimonial Contracts: From Rules to Strategies; Kinship: Terminology and Systems, Kinship and Sexuality, Kinship and New Technologies of Reproduction: Problem/s of Identity

Body, Dressing, Identity/Difference (Zorica Ivanović (coordinator), Ildiko Erdei, Predrag Šarčević): Body As Artefact; Models of Body Selves: Body, Dressing, Identity/Differencies; Limits of Gender: Transvestites and Identity; Kinship and Body’s Symbolic Re-arangements Motherhood and Identity: Between Nature, Culture and Ideology; How to "Dress Up" A Political Message? Body and Dressing in the Context of Political Communication; Body of the Leader on the Body of the Nation: African Memorial Textile In Political Context

Archaeology of Gender (Staša Babić): Objects and Culture – Material Culture; Social Roles and Material Culture; Past: A Source of Socialy Acceptable Roles and How to Behave Models;  Women: Objects in Archaeology and Archaeologists; A Case Study: Kinship and Social Structure of Early Iron Age

Patriarchy, Traditionalism, Nationalism (Olivera Milosavljević and Dubravka Stojanović (coordinators); Latinka Perović, Ljubinka Trgovčević, Aleksandar Molnar, Radmila Radić, Aljoša Mimica, Ivan Čolović, Branka Prpa, Ana Stolić, Olga Popović Obradović, Radina Vučetić Mladenović, Vera Gudac): "Authentic" and Modern: Patriarchy and the Concept of Future: Serbian Socialists in 19th Century; Patriarchy and Modernity: Serbian Avant Garde; Serbian Political Culture: Between Patriarhy and Modernity; Polemics on the "Victor" Myth and History: Myth and History; Myth and National History; Kosovo’s Myth; Myth and Warriorship; Language and Myth in Serbian National Discourse We and Others: Nation and Nationalism; Stereotypes of Nation: Serbian Intellectuals in the 19th Century; Stereotypes of Others; Others: Past as the Concept of Future; Media: Preparing Nation for the War Women and Society: Serbian Women at European Universities in the 19th Century; Serbian 19th Century Law: Women’s Legal Status; Education of Women in 19th Century Serbia; Communism: A Step Towards Modernity?; Women and Everyday Life (1945 -1955 -1965) Round Table: Nationalism and the Wars of the 90s

Eroticism in Serbian Literature (Tatjana Rosić): Adultery (Crnjanski, Seobe I); Rape (Petrović, Dan šesti); Incest (Stanković, Nečista krv); Homoeroticism (Crnjanski, Seobe; Albahari,  Fras u šupi); Oniric Eroticism (Pavić, Hazarski rečnik); Eroticism: Exercising Skill/Imagination (Judita Shalgo, Da li postoji život?); An Attempt of "Normal" Eroticism (Velikić, Astragan; Pantić, Novobeogradske priče); Absence of Eroticism: Pornography as Consequence (Basara: Looney Tunes)

Towards the Feminist History of Literature (Biljana Dojčinović Nešić): Diary of Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja as a Women’s Text; Magic Dream of the Orient: On the Novel Nove by Jelena Dimitrijević; Historical Characters of Men in Modern Women’s Prose; Milena Pavlović Barilli: A Painter and a Poet

Gender and Genre (Jasmina Lukić): Literary Genres; Gender in Feminist Literary Critisism; Gender and New Literary Practise; Gender and Novel in Realism; Women’s Metaprose; Autobiography as Gendered Genre

Women in Shakespeare’s Tragedies (Vladislava Gordić): Ophelia and Gertrude: On the Opposite Sides of Gender (Hamlet); Lady Magbeth: Power, Authority and Gender (Magbeth); Cordelia and Desdemona: Love and Devotion (Othelo, King Lear)

Love Novel: From Novel To Tele-Novel (Marija Ivanić): Love Novel in Ancient Greece; Girl Persecuted: Unprotected Innosence; Language and Scene

Women and Medieval Christian Mysticism (Zorica Bečanović)

Lesbian Identity (Zorica Mršević): Homofobia and Compulsory Heterosexuality; Coming out: Defining Lesbian Identity; Lesbian Body and Communities; Gender and Global Lesbian Communication

Feminist Approach to Theology (Svenka Savić)

Others and Their Worlds: India and China (Vesna Krmpotić, Viktorija Vukićević): Number and Numberless: India’s View of the World; Ramayana: Oldest Epos in India’s Literature; Mahabharata: Longest Epos in World Literature; Satya, dharma: Universal Concepts in India’s Religion; Shanti, prema, ahimsa: Universal Concepts in India’s Philosophy; On Traditional Role of Women in Chinese Patriarchy; Changing Gender Concepts in Modern China; Women’s Characters in Modern Chinese Literature 

Violence Against Women, Women’s Human Rights, Theory and Praxis of Gender Based Discrimination (Zorica Mršević): Gender Based Violence; Incest: Between Myth and Reality; Women’s Rights Are Human Rights; Women’s Self-organizing; Lesbian Rights;

Women’s Reproductive Rights (Zorica Mršević): Prostitution, Sex Trafficking and Internet Pornography; Women Lawyers, Prosecutors and Judges; Women and Sport

Intellectuals, Democracy, Gender (Đorđe Vukadinović): Power(lessness) and (ir)responsibility of intellectuals; Intellectuals, their role in making and breaking up of Yugoslavia; Intellectuals and Gender

Media Representing Women (Snježana Milivojević): Private and Public: Feminist Criticism of the Concept of Public; Mass Media, Everyday Life and Experience; Power of Media-Created Concepts; Socialization for Inequality: Female Roles Defined by Media; Stereotypes and Status Quo: Women’s Press; Exclusion on a Gender Basis: Women’s Columns and Shows; Feminization of Media: In the Shadow of Gender; Sexism in Mass Media Language; Commercials and Soap Operas: Women as Consumers; Pleasure: A New Code in Media Studies; Politics of the Popular: Subversive Ambiguity of Media Messages

Turbo folk: Roots and Consequences (Ivana Kronja)

The Issue of Responsibility (Daša Duhaček): Hannah Arendt and the Issue of Responsibility; "Cog Theories" and Personal Responsibility; Collective Responsibility; Karl Jaspers: Political and Methaphysical Guilt; Evil, Radical Evil and the Banality of Evil; Emmanuel Levinas: Responsibility for the Other

Women and Political Repression (Jelka Imširović): Rosa Luxemburg: Theory and Revolution; Marina Cvetaeva: Death She Chose; Nadezda Mandelstam: Disident and Wife of A Disident; Women in Yugoslav Prisons (from 40s to 70s)

Children rights (Mirjana Obretković)

Innnovators or Interpreters: Women, Science, Technology and Environment (Dragana Popović (coordinator); Sonja Prodanović, Ivana Vitas, Ljiljana Dobrosavljević Grujić, Nikola Tucić): Is Science Anxiety Gender Oriented?; Innovators and/or Interpreters: A Historical View; "Boys In the Lab" and Women Scientists; Nobel Prize Women Winners; The Woman on Top: Marie Sklodowska Curie; The Women in Shadow: Mileva Marić Einstein; Ecofeminism and Feminist Groups for Environmental Protection; Women and New Technologies: Searching for the Human Genome; Women and New Technologies: Computers: Men’s Toys and Women’s Profession? Cyberfeminism (Round Table)

Classics of Psychoanalysis (Vera Smiljanić): Freud on Women; Psychoanalytical Criticism of Freud; Koldberg’s Theory of Gender Identity; Carl Gustav Jung

Psychology and Discrimination (Marina Bogdanović): Stereotypes, Prejudices, Discrimination; Myths Supporting Violence Against Women: The Wounded Prince and His Loving Lady; Psychotherapy and Domination; Un-Masking Domination In Psychotherapy: Imelda Colgan McCarthy

Feminism, Social Constructivism and Gender in Family

Therapy (Jasmina Veselinović)

Family: The Feminist Approach (Anđelka Milić): Mothers; Housewifes; Working Women; Husbands/Fathers; Children

Prostitution: A Social Analysis (Jelena Špadijer Džinić): International Sex Industry; Social Roots of Prostitution; Social Control of Prostitution

Shakespeare and Film (Ljiljana Bogoeva Sedlar): Ted Hughes, Mythical Shakespeare and Film; Kubrick, Greenaway, brothers Quay: On Garden; Bergman, Tarkovsky: Hamlet; Altman, Greenawey, Bergman: Three Women; Polanski, Kurosawa, Kresnik: All About us (Magbeth); Brook, Kurosawa, Godard: King Lear; Bresson, Drayer, Wenders: Modern Perditas; Sibeberg, Rohmer, Von Trier: Winter Tales

Film Heroines and Their Transposition in Time and Space (Vladislava Vojnović): The Beginnings: A Naive girl, La Famme Fatale, Fashion Girl; Sound Movie: Vamp, Good Friend, Pin-Up Girl; Before Television, in the 50s: Nimfet, Clown; In the 80s and Afterwards: Remake Girls 

Music (Ivana Stefanović): Women Composers: A Historical View; Women Composers in Serbia; Women Performers

Visual Arts and Dance (Dubravka Đurić): Woman’s Body in Modern Art; Materials and Women’s Sensitivity; Dance: Modernism and Postmodernism; Feminism and Postmodernism

Women and Visual Arts: A Historical Perspective (Branislava Anđelković): Art of the Late Renaissance; Dutch – Flemish Genre Painting; Eclecticism of the 19th Century; 20th Century Art: Feminism and Socialism; First Women Artists in Serbia; Nadežda Petrović; New American Feminist Photography; Video and Documentaries

English for Women’s Studies (Vanda Perović): Topics: Establishing attitudes: Our attitudes towards ourselves as women; Women and Creativity (Virginia Woolf, Anais Nin, Sylvia Plath); Women as leaders (Emma Goldman, Barbara Ehrenreich); An interview with Simone de Beauvoir; Marriage and Love (Emma Goldman, Wanda fon Sacher Masoch, Julia Kristeva)

Seminar on Women’s Health (Vera Litričin, Gordana Rajkov, Lepa Mlađenović, Vuk Stambolović)

Round-table: Nationalism and the war of the 1990s (panelists Olivera Milosavljević, Dubravka Stojanović)

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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