New Feminist Contributions to Serbian Herstory

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  • 1 University of Belgrade zhups_kg@hotmail.com
  • 2 University of Belgrade svetlana.lana.stefanovic@gmail.com
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Željka Jankovic is a Teaching Assistant for French literature in the Department of Romance Languages and Literature at the University of Belgrade. She is writing a gender-oriented PhD dissertation on Madame de Lafayette. She won numerous awards in the fields of language and literature, which offered her various opportunities to improve her skills abroad (France, Romania, Belgium, etc.). She has published numerous articles and translations, as well as one monograph. Fields of interest include women writers, stylistics, French and comparative literature, and French and Serbian cultural and literature connections. Email: zhups_kg@hotmail.com

Svetlana Stefanovic majored in history and received an MS at the University of Belgrade, defending her thesis “žensko pitanje u beogradskoj štampi i periodici 1918–1941” (The woman question in Belgrade’s press and periodicals 1918-1941). She defended a dissertation “Nation und Geschlecht: Frauen in Serbien von der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zum Zweiten Weltkrieg” (Nation and gender: Women in Serbia from the mid-nineteenth century until World War II) at the University of Leipzig. She is the author of articles published in academic journals and conference proceedings. Her research focus includes Women’s history and gender. Email: svetlana.lana.stefanovic@gmail.com

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The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History

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