Jelena Radić: Cindy (Interventions, 2003)
Politics of Representation
Slobodanka Dekić: Sex, Slavery and Politics: The Problem of Trafficking in Women as Presented in Serbian Press
Ksenija Jovović: What Do Photographs Say – An Analysis of the Photographs in the Press
Danica Minić: Nation and Gender in Patriotic Clips on BK TV
Maja Rakočević: Romance
Reading the Media
Danica Minić and Slobodanka Dekić: Do Cats Eat the Face? Why Have We Watched Sex and the City?; Olivera Mićković: Talking about Sexuality; Sex and the City: Fragments from the Focused Group Interviews: Birthdays, Identity, Reading and In-reading; Maja Bekan: A Test o ženama u javnoj komunikaciji. Ujedno, ovo je prva publikacija Centra za ženske studije u kojoj se objavljuju studentski radovi. Svi tekstovi nastali su tokom Istraživačkog seminara održanog akademske 2001/02 godine u istraživanjima koja su za studentkinje bila deo metodološkog treninga. Međutim, prilozi okupljeni u ovom izdanju kvalitetom su prevazišli zahteve školske vežbe.
Focus of the Issue: Politics of Sex
(Editor Jelisaveta Blagojević)
Jelisaveta Blagojević: Using (it) Up
Drucilla Cornell: Gender
Judith Butler: Contingent Foundations: Feminism and the Question of Postmodernism
Katerina Kolozova: Investigating the Non-Dichotomic Possibility of Thinking Unity For a Non-Unitary Subject
Denise Riley: A Short History of Some Preoccupations
Margarita Diaz Andreu: Gender Identity and Archaeology: A Synthetic View
Ksenija Bilbija: How One Becomes What One Is: Luz Arce’s Inferno
Marina Gržinić: Rupture
Marijana Milosavljević: Representation of Female Body on the Photographs by Claude Kahun and Hans Belmer
Zorica Mršević: Women in Legal Professions
From the Region
Valentina Zlatanova and Rumiana Stoilova: Gender – Models of Power: A Regional Aspect
Nataša Avramovska: The Darkened Muse of Macedonian Love and Erotic Poetry
Ljubica Rajković: Partnership in the Family and Parenthood
Focus of the issue: American Feminist Criticism: Feminist Rereading and Challenges to the Literary Canon (Editor Biljana Dojčinović Nešić)
Judith Fetterley: On the Politics of Literature
Annette Kolodny: A Map for Rereading: Gender and the Interpretation of Literary Texts
Myra Jehlen: Archimedes and the Paradox of Feminist Criticism
Lillian S. Robinson: Treason Our Text: Feminist Challenges to the Literary Canon
Rachel Blau DuPlessis: For the Etruscans
From the Region
Milena Kirova: What is Wrong with the "Matriarchs"?
Women and the Canon in Literature
Nadežda Radulova: Palimpsest as a Figure of Femininity
Vladislava Vojnović: Body, Text and Identity in the Narrative
Film: The Crying Game
Ivana Janković: Paranoia about the Great Mother: The Matrix
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Genero: časopis za feminističku teoriju i studije kulture (Genero: Journal of Feminist Theory and Cultural Studies / ISSN 1451-2203) is Belgrade Women’s Studies Center major serial publication and a joint publishing project of BWSC and the Center for Gender and Politics at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade (from the issue 13/2009). Genero was established in 2002.