35 / FEMINIST CRITICAL ANALYSIS: Be/longing and Citizenship

23 – 27 May 2005        Send to printer


Course directors

Daša Duhaček, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Joanna Regulska, Rutgers University, United States
Rada Borić, Centre for Women's Studies, Zagreb, Croatia


Course description:

Current aspirations toward participation have laid claim to citizenship. However, feminist theorists and activists have criticized citizenship discourse as reproducing the boundary of public/private thereby reproducing/reinforcing patriarchal formations. This course will explore the problematics of citizenship as be/longing, especially in its sexual, gindered, national, etc. implications.


Course lecturers

Daša Duhaček, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Biljana Kašić, University of Zadar, Croatia
Joanna Regulska, Rutgers University, United States
Laura Asmuth, University of Helsinki, Finland


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