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Jelena Petrovic

Jelena Petrović (Ljubljana/Belgrade). Author of many scholarly articles, events and multidisciplinary projects relating to the post/Yugoslav subjects – particularly to the mis/interpretative models of Yugoslav history, memory, culture, language and identities toward new epistemological models of knowledge production. She completed PhD studies at Institutum Studiorum Humanitaties, ISH – Ljubljana Graduate School of Humanities with a PhD thesis on women’s authorship in Yugoslavia between two world wars (2009). Co-editor of several publications: Gender, literature and cultural memory in the post-Yugoslav space (2009), Feminism – Politics of Equality for All (2011), Yugoslav Feminisms (2011).

Jelena is a member of the Grupa Spomenik/Monument Group and one of the founders of the international platform Yugoslav Studies – a production space for the interaction of art, theory, education, and politics. (Co)founder and member of the curatorial-theoretical-engaged collective RED MIN(E)D (2011), working on the project of the feminist contemporary art: Bring In Take Out – Living Archive. Jelena is artistic director of the Institute for Socially Engaged Art and Theory MINA in Ljubljana. External associate professor and researcher at ISH – Ljubljana Graduate School of Humanities.




Impossible Dialogues – First Edition
Curated by Katia Krupennikova, Margaret Tali and Inga Lace.
A public panel discussion on self-representation of women from former Yugoslavia.