Feminism and Transnational Justice: The Afterlife of War in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Thursday, September 18, 2014, 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm
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Neda Atanasoki of University of California, Santa Cruz, discusses feminism issues in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina. Free.
Humanities Building, Room 108
Women and Gender Studies Department
Women and Gender Studies Department
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Atanasoski is an associate professor of feminist studies at Santa Cruz. Her work in U.S. and Eastern European cultural studies is concerned with war and nationalism, the politics of gender, ethnicity, and religion in the Balkans, liberalism and human rights, and imperialism. She is completing a book, Afterimages of Empire: The Culture and Politics of American Liberalism from the Iron Curtain to the Evil Empire and Beyond. She is also working on the politics of religious difference in Central and Eastern Europe and Roma rights in the post-socialist period.

This event is part of the Women and Gender Studies Department fall lecture series, taking place Thursday afternoons this semester.


Neda Atanasoski