29 / FEMINISMS IN A TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE


Disrupting Historicity

25 – 29 May 2015   print this page

Course directors:

Lada Čale Feldman, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Rada Borić, Centre for Women's Studies, Zagreb, Croatia
Renata Jambrešić Kirin, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research,Zagreb, Croatia
Durre S. Ahmed, Centre for the Study of Gender and Culture, Lahore, Pakistan


Course description:

More about the course, eligibility and the application procedure can be found on the document uploaded in the right column - Call for Applications.


Course lecturers:

Sanja Bojanić, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Brigita Miloš, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Francesca Maria Gabrielli, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Lada Čale Feldman, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Katherine Borland, Ohio State University, Columbus, United States
Nataša Polgar, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku , Croatia
Ahmed Durre, Centre for the Study of Gender and Culture, Lahore, Pakistan
Dubravka Dulibić - Payar, University of Pula, Croatia
Silvana Carotenuto, Oriental University of Napoli, Italy
Rada Borić, Centre for Women's Studies, Zagreb, Croatia
Renata Jambrešić Kirin, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research,Zagreb, Croatia
Meritxell Simon-Martin, University of Rennes I, France
Barbara Blazin, Croatia
Marija Ott Franolić, Independent Researcher, Croatia


Work Schedule:

09.15–09.30 Gathering of the participants at the IUC;

Self-presentation of participants

Joint venture with the course Feminist Critical Analysis

Moderator: Rada BORIĆ (Zagreb, Croatia)

09.30–10.15 Durre AHMED (Lahore, Pakistan)

The Crazy (Br)Other: A Psychological re-View of Christian-Muslim Relations

10.15–10.30 Discussion

10.30–11.00 Coffee break

11.00–11.15 Renata JAMBREŠIĆ KIRIN (Zagreb, Croatia)

Introductory remarks

11.15–12.00 Sanja MILUTINOVIĆ BOJANIĆ (Rijeka, Croatia)

Female Eyes, Female Ears: On the Impossibility of Historicizing Woman

12.00–12.15 Discussion

12.15–16.30 Lunch break

16.30–17.30 Presentations by (post)doctoral students

Barbara BLAZIN (Zagreb, Croatia)

Within or Without History: Progressive Women in the First Half of the 20th Century in Croatia

Brigita MALENICA (Hamburg, Germany)

State Criticism from a Theoretical and Historical Feminist Perspective

17.30 –18.30 Film screening: Naked Island (Tiha K. Gudac, 2014)

18.30–19.00 Discussion

Tuesday, May 26

Moderator: Lada ČALE FELDMAN (Zagreb, Croatia)

09.15–10.00 Katherine BORLAND (Columbus, USA)

Written Out of History: Women at the Hague and Other Utopian Projects

10.00–10.15 Discussion

10.15–11.00 Nataša POLGAR (Zagreb, Croatia)

Between romantization and dehistoricization of history: "unveiling" gender in witch hunt

11.00–11.15 Discussion

11.15–11.45 Coffee break

11.45–12.30 Francesca Maria GABRIELLI (Italy / Zagreb, Croatia)

Artemisia Gentileschi's Judiths: A “Preposterous” Feminist Reading

12.30–12.45 Discussion

12.45–16.00 Lunch break

16.00–18.00 Presentations by (post)doctoral students ; Moderator: Biljana KAŠIĆ (Zagreb, Croatia)

Petra BELC (Zagreb, Croatia)

Screening the Past: Black Box/White Cube vs. Academic Conferences

Ema BAKRAN (Zagreb, Croatia)

Where did the wandering womb go?

Wendesday, May 27

Joint venture with the course Feminist Critical Analysis

Moderators: Daša DUHAČEK (Belgrade, Serbia) and Rada BORIĆ (Zagreb, Croatia)

09.15–10.00 Leah DeVun, “Animal Appetites: Hermaphrodites and the Boundaries of the

Human in the Middle Ages”

10.00–10.15 Discussion

10.15–10.30 Coffee Break

10.30–11.15 Silvana CAROTENUTO (Napoli, Italy)

Matri-Archive of the Mediterranean

11.15-11.30 Discussion

11.30-12.15 Brigita MILOŠ (Rijeka, Croatia)

(A)temporality of Motherhood

12.15-12.30 Discussion

Free afternoon

Thursday, May 28

Moderator: Renata J. KIRIN (Zagreb, Croatia)

09.15–10.00 Meritxell SIMON-MARTIN (Rennes, France)

Woman's Epistolary Narratives as Sources of Historical Evidence

10.00–10.15 Discussion

10.15–10.45 Coffee break

10.45–11.30 Marija OTT-FRANOLIĆ (Zagreb, Croatia)

Life and History in Women's Autobiographical Texts

11.30 –11.55 Discussion

11.45–12.30 Lada ČALE FELDMAN (Zagreb, Croatia)

Title to be confirmed (Actor’s archive)

12.30–12.45 Discussion

16.00–18.00 Presentations by (post)doctoral students ; moderator: Silvana CAROTENUTO (Napoli, Italy)

Elena VIAN (Split, Croatia)

Dubravka DULIBIĆ-PALJAR (Zagreb, Croatia)

Friday, May, 29

Moderators: Rada BORIĆ, Lada ČALE FELDMAN, Renata J. KIRIN

09.15–10.00 Leila TOPIĆ (Zagreb, Croatia)

Croatian Feminist Artists between Memory and History

10.00–10.15 Discussion

10.15–11.00 Round table discussion: Women in a Violent World: New Challenges for Feminist Politics and History

11.00–11.15 Coffee break

11.15–12.00 Course evaluation

Departure