On Saturday, 21/11/2015 the lectures of Module 3 (Culture and Ideology) and of Module 4 (Feminist ethical and political theory) took place, and were led by Nebojša Jovanović, who holds a PhD in gender studies, and Amila Ždralović, MA of sociological sciences and teaching assistant at the University of Sarajevo Law Faculty.
In the scope of the lecture Feminism and accountability ethics, the participants analysed the feminist profiling of the (new) accountability ethics. There was a discussion about the theoretical frames of the feminist accountability/responsibility ethics, with the special focus on the models of the ethics of concern and the ethics of righteousness, as well as on the political and ethical dilemmas that these models open.
In the scope of the lecture Psychoanalytical contribution to the theory of ideology there was talk about its principal matter of concern – the unconscious, sexuality, fantasy, habitus and doxa (as the terms that could potentially replace the stiff and exclusive term of ideology). The strong and productive connection between feminism and psychoanalysis was also analysed.
More about the content of the lectures is available in the B/C/S language.
On Friday, 27 November the lectures start at 5 P.M. In the scope of the Module 3, Ajla Demiragić will speak about the relation between feminism/s and nationalism, in the text and context.
The realisation of the Žarana Papić School of Feminism is being financially supported by the Swedish Government via the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).