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Women's writing from the former/post-Yugoslavia recollects but also produces the links among the post-Yugoslav present and the Yugoslav past – as either those bygone Yugoslav days or the recent war history. Along with a gynocritical intervention that draws attention to an uninterrupted marginalization of women authors, but also structurally confined female narrators and protagonists, Tijana Matijevic conceptualizes the post-Yugoslav literary field, i.e. the contemporary literary production from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia. Along this quest to find the Female Continent, post-Yugoslavia has been demarcated and liberated by feminist writing as collective space-building.
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About the Author
Tijana Matijevic (PhD), born in 1978, teaches post-Yugoslav literature, culture and languages at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena and the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. Her research focuses on feminist knowledge and the continuities between the Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav literatures.