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Freedom of the media and fight against corruption in Croatia
Introduction to the Sitting of the Parliament Council on the theme of  "Freedom of the Media and fight against corruption"

Translated transcript of speach by Hrvoje Appelt, held on June 15th, 2009 in Croatian Parliament
 
Non-Places of Travel in Visual Art
May 6th, 2009 // Essay by Edita Pecotic
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In this essay I will explore the anthropological notion of “non-places”, with reference to the related essay by Marc Auge 'Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity'. I will apply this notion specifically to the theme of travel, and how this is engaged within the selected works of art by contemporary visual artists. 
 
Belgrade, 1978. Remembering the conference "Drugarica Žena. Žensko Pitanje - Novi Pristup?"
November 1th, 2008 // Master thesis by Chiara Bonfiglioli
Belgrade, 1978. Remembering the conference 'Drugarica žena. Žensko pitanje - Novi pristup? / Comrade Women. The Women's Question: A New Approach?' 30 years after

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Feminist Street Actions in Ljubljana (2000.-2007.)
May 4th, 2008 // by Tea Hvala
In Ljubljana there are several academic, non-governmental and grassroots groups whose individual members cooperate in public protests against cases of misogyny and discrimination based on gender and sexual orientation. Their collaborations are provisional as they form in response to particular cases of discrimination or hatred and usually disband when other political groups decide to join or continue their efforts. This defensive, even reactionary position is one of the reasons for their political and public invisibility. Nevertheless, they are important agents of both continuity and change within the fragmented feminist map of Ljubljana since the alliances were initiated by a new generation of feminists born in the late seventies and early eighties.
 
Feminist literary criticism
ImageJuly 25th, 2007 // by Milana Romić
Feminist literary criticism and literary practice (feminist theory) is not a unique discipline, because it belongs to the new literary-scientific disciplines, with complex thinking and interwork of methods as their main feature. It is not possible to offer a definition due to multiple divisions and definitions of the feminist literary criticism and literary practice, that is, their number is reciprocal to the number of theoreticians and literary authors who study it, which proves its versatility and interdisciplinarity. This theoretical practice is composed of different political preferences and conflicting aesthetics. It was formed during the 1970's in order to offer a new specific interpretation of a growing number of women's texts, but also to explore the invisible tradition of women's literary, philosophical and cultural creation.
 
Fine Dead Girls: Why First Croatian Celluloid Lesbians Had To Die
ImageMarch 11th 2007 // by Mima Simić
Feminist Forensic in Action!
Fine Dead Girls: Why First Croatian Celluloid Lesbians Had To Die
From Visual Pleasure to Passionate Detachment
Final Paper 
Although celluloid depiction of lesbianism can hardly raise any Hollywood eyebrows these days, in certain post-Communist Eastern European countries you can find on the map only with the help of a magnifying glass, seeing two women kiss on-screen is nothing short of a cinematic revolution.
 

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