Tag: Sandra Zlotrg

Overview of the lectures at the School of Feminism: 17 May 2016

On Tuesday, 17 May the lectures of the Module 1 (Introduction to feminisms: history, terms, theory) and Module 2 (State, law, equality: de iure and de facto) at this year’s Žarana Papić School of Feminism took place. Sandra Zlotrg, linguist, lector, professor of Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian language, talked about the feminist linguistics. Adnan Kadribašić, lawyer, talked about the institutionalization of gender equality: gender mainstreaming, gender-responsive budgets, as well as about the, so called, positive measures and quotas.

We should not imply women in language

The second lecture of the fourth cycle of lectures and feminist discussions Somebody said feminism? took place on 4 April 2016 in the Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of B&H, with the lecture by Sandra Zlotrg and Ismeta Dervoz, on the matter of the Language as the instrument for invisibility and discrimination of women.

Somebody said feminism: Language – an instrument of marginalization and discrimination

Fourth Series of Lectures SOMEBODY SAID FEMINISM? March-November 2016 Sarajevo Open Centre and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Bosnia and Herzegovina will organize 6 lectures in 2016, which will cover the following topics: Antifascist Women’s Front Archive BiH, ideology and language, challenges facing feminism today, feminist critique of political economy, the relationship between religion and … Continued