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On the Politics of Feminist Knowledge Production in the Post-Yugoslav Space

On the Politics of Feminist Knowledge Production in the Post-Yugoslav Space review essays On the Politics of Feminist Knowledge Production in the Post-Yugoslav Space Review Essay by Chiara Bonfi glioli Biljana Kašić, Jelena Petrović, Sandra Prlenda, and Svetlana Slapšak, eds., Feminist Crit- ical Interventions: Thinking Heritage, Decolonising, Crossings, Zagreb: Red Athena Uni- versity Press and Centre for Women’s Studies, 2013, 197 pp., €16 (hardback), ISBN 978-9-536-95544-2. Christine M. Hassenstab and Sabrina P. Ramet, eds., Gender (In)equality and Gender Pol- itics in Southeastern Europe: A Question of Justice, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, 380 pp., $115 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-137-46238-1. The fi eld of gender, women’s, and feminist history in Southeastern Europe is undoubt- edly a very lively one, as demonstrated by these two recent edited volumes, whose main insights, approaches, and limits I will only be able to sketch out here. The fi rst anthology, Feminist Critical Interventions, is the result of a “transgenerational meeting of feminist theorists, activists, artists, educators and students from the countries of former Yugoslavia,” held in Zagreb in October 2011, with the name of “REDacting: TransYugoslav Feminisms: Women’s Heritage Revisited.” The meeting aimed to criti- cally reevaluate the specifi c feminist heritage of the post-Yugoslav region, particularly in relation to the socialist past, and to rearticulate a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

On the Politics of Feminist Knowledge Production in the Post-Yugoslav Space

Aspasia , Volume 11 (1): 5 – Mar 1, 2017

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review essays On the Politics of Feminist Knowledge Production in the Post-Yugoslav Space Review Essay by Chiara Bonfi glioli Biljana Kašić, Jelena Petrović, Sandra Prlenda, and Svetlana Slapšak, eds., Feminist Crit- ical Interventions: Thinking Heritage, Decolonising, Crossings, Zagreb: Red Athena Uni- versity Press and Centre for Women’s Studies, 2013, 197 pp., €16 (hardback), ISBN 978-9-536-95544-2. Christine M. Hassenstab and Sabrina P. Ramet, eds., Gender (In)equality and Gender Pol- itics in Southeastern Europe: A Question of Justice, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, 380 pp., $115 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-137-46238-1. The fi eld of gender, women’s, and feminist history in Southeastern Europe is undoubt- edly a very lively one, as demonstrated by these two recent edited volumes, whose main insights, approaches, and limits I will only be able to sketch out here. The fi rst anthology, Feminist Critical Interventions, is the result of a “transgenerational meeting of feminist theorists, activists, artists, educators and students from the countries of former Yugoslavia,” held in Zagreb in October 2011, with the name of “REDacting: TransYugoslav Feminisms: Women’s Heritage Revisited.” The meeting aimed to criti- cally reevaluate the specifi c feminist heritage of the post-Yugoslav region, particularly in relation to the socialist past, and to rearticulate a

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