Poslijediplomski seminar Feminist Critical Analysis: Be/Longing and Citizenship održan je pri Interuniverzitetskom centru u Dubrovniku od 23.-27. svibnja 2005.
Seminar su organizirale Rada Borić, Centar za ženske studije, Zagreb, Daša Duhaček, Centar za ženske studije, Beograda i Joanna Regulska, Odsjek za ženske i rodne studije, Rutgers University, New Jersey.
This year’s course, addressed the key issue from various intriguing perspectives as well as locations such as: memory, politics of ontology, public and private sphere, architecture, naming, desire for community, national identifications, responsibility, erotic position etc. The concept of citizenship challenged different aspects such as: democratic, flexible, cosmopolitan, insurgent, postnational which provoked meaning, content and location.
- “A Body Worth Having: On the Political Ontology of the Liberal Citizen Subject” – Ed Cohen, Women’s and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, USA
- “Citizenship and Dis/Placing Responsibility” – Daša Duhaček, Belgrade Women’s Studies Center, Serbia and Montenegro
- “Belonging or Opting: Gendering War History in Istria” – Renata Jambrešić-Kirin, Institute for Ethnology and Folklore, Croatia
- “Memory of Belonging: Presentation of the Past: Case Study of Mainstream Media in Serbia” – Snježana Milivojević, Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade University, Serbia and Montenegro
- “Two Spheres of Belonging: Public and Private” – Milica Lezajić, Department of Sociology, Belgrade University, Serbia and Montenegro
- “Women De/Constructing Spaces of Architecture” – Dragana Mecanov, Architecture, Belgrade University, Serbia and Montenegro
- “Motherhood in the Naming, or the ‘Taming of the Vagina’” – Ulla Vuorela, University of Tampere/Kristiina Institute, Finland
- “State as a Fraternal Community: Desire for Community without Community” -Ankica Čakardić, Centre for Women’s Studies, Croatia
- “Belonging to Politics” – Marjeta Šinko, Centre for Women’s Studies, Croatia
- “Missing Pakistanis: Gender, Citizenship and the War on Terror” – Ethel Brooks, Women’s and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, USA
- “The Affective Reaches of Citizenship: Ethnographic fashionings of Erotic be/longings and National Dis/Identifications” – Kelly Coogan, Women’s and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, USA
- “Beyond Borders: Trans-Atlantic Politics in a Circle of Sisters in Harlem” – Zenzele Isoke, Women’s and Gender Studies, Rutgers University, USA