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Biti žensko u srpskoj tradicionalnoj i savremenoj kulturi: etnografski rad Miroslave Malešević kroz prizmu rodnog pitanja

Radivojević, Sonja

(Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Radivojević, Sonja
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://etno-institut.co.rs/lat/zbornik-radova/nau%C4%8Dnice-u-dru%C5%A1tvu
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10686
AB  - Iako je danas rodno pitanje jedna od glavnih istraživačkih tema savre
mene etnologije i antropologije, ono je u domaćem kontekstu dugo vremena
bilo u senci. Jedna od utemeljiteljki sistematskog i doslednog zanimanja za
rodnu problematiku na domaćem terenu jeste antropološkinja–etnološkinja
Miroslava Malešević, čije je interesovanje za pitanje roda i naročito žena, bilo
permanentno. U ovom radu predstaviću autorkin naučni i etnografski rad
zasnovan na čitanju dve monografije – Didara i Žensko, skrećući pri tome
pažnju na sveukupni doprinos nauci koji joj možemo pripisati.
AB  - Although, from the birth of the feminist movement and women’s activities
within the so-called first wave feminism of the 19th century, through the second-
wave feminism that emerged in the 1960s, to contemporary third wave feminism,
a large range of (in)formal rights have been gained, women’s efforts to establish a
level playing field in society continue, keeping this issue current. Labeled the second
sex, women throughout history have been deprived of participation in social and
political life, while remaining cut off from the mainstream of academia, both as
researchers and writers, and as those written about. Women in academia, and the
academics of women, and their unknown achievements, began to be heard during
the second wave feminism, and anthropology, as a discipline that traditionally gives
a voice to otherness, was a natural ally in this struggle, contributing to the continual
rethinking of gender. Although today the gender issue is one of the main investiga
tive themes of modern ethnology and anthropology, it has been in the shadow for
a long time in the domestic context. One of the founders of a systematic and consistent interest in gender issues in Serbia is the ethnologist-anthropologist Miroslava
Malešević, who has maintained a permanent interest in gender, and especially wo
men. Considering the importance, quality and quantity of not only ethnographic
material concerning women’s perspectives on everyday life, the construction of gen
der and gender relations in the traditional and contemporary context, in the village
and the city and among different categories of women, but also the theoretical and
methodological importance for a wider range of domestic social sciences and huma
nities, I present in this paper the author’s scholarly and ethnographic work based on
a reading of two monographs – Didara and Female – while drawing attention to the
overall contribution to science that can be attributed to it.
PB  - Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA
T2  - Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
T1  - Biti žensko u srpskoj tradicionalnoj i savremenoj kulturi: etnografski rad Miroslave Malešević kroz prizmu rodnog pitanja
T1  - Being Female in Traditional and Contemporary Serbian Culture: The Ethnographic Work of Miroslava Malešević through the Prism of the Gender Issue
SP  - 431
EP  - 439
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10686
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Radivojević, Sonja",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Iako je danas rodno pitanje jedna od glavnih istraživačkih tema savre
mene etnologije i antropologije, ono je u domaćem kontekstu dugo vremena
bilo u senci. Jedna od utemeljiteljki sistematskog i doslednog zanimanja za
rodnu problematiku na domaćem terenu jeste antropološkinja–etnološkinja
Miroslava Malešević, čije je interesovanje za pitanje roda i naročito žena, bilo
permanentno. U ovom radu predstaviću autorkin naučni i etnografski rad
zasnovan na čitanju dve monografije – Didara i Žensko, skrećući pri tome
pažnju na sveukupni doprinos nauci koji joj možemo pripisati., Although, from the birth of the feminist movement and women’s activities
within the so-called first wave feminism of the 19th century, through the second-
wave feminism that emerged in the 1960s, to contemporary third wave feminism,
a large range of (in)formal rights have been gained, women’s efforts to establish a
level playing field in society continue, keeping this issue current. Labeled the second
sex, women throughout history have been deprived of participation in social and
political life, while remaining cut off from the mainstream of academia, both as
researchers and writers, and as those written about. Women in academia, and the
academics of women, and their unknown achievements, began to be heard during
the second wave feminism, and anthropology, as a discipline that traditionally gives
a voice to otherness, was a natural ally in this struggle, contributing to the continual
rethinking of gender. Although today the gender issue is one of the main investiga
tive themes of modern ethnology and anthropology, it has been in the shadow for
a long time in the domestic context. One of the founders of a systematic and consistent interest in gender issues in Serbia is the ethnologist-anthropologist Miroslava
Malešević, who has maintained a permanent interest in gender, and especially wo
men. Considering the importance, quality and quantity of not only ethnographic
material concerning women’s perspectives on everyday life, the construction of gen
der and gender relations in the traditional and contemporary context, in the village
and the city and among different categories of women, but also the theoretical and
methodological importance for a wider range of domestic social sciences and huma
nities, I present in this paper the author’s scholarly and ethnographic work based on
a reading of two monographs – Didara and Female – while drawing attention to the
overall contribution to science that can be attributed to it.",
publisher = "Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA",
journal = "Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society",
booktitle = "Biti žensko u srpskoj tradicionalnoj i savremenoj kulturi: etnografski rad Miroslave Malešević kroz prizmu rodnog pitanja, Being Female in Traditional and Contemporary Serbian Culture: The Ethnographic Work of Miroslava Malešević through the Prism of the Gender Issue",
pages = "431-439",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10686"
}
Radivojević, S.. (2020). Biti žensko u srpskoj tradicionalnoj i savremenoj kulturi: etnografski rad Miroslave Malešević kroz prizmu rodnog pitanja. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA., 431-439.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10686
Radivojević S. Biti žensko u srpskoj tradicionalnoj i savremenoj kulturi: etnografski rad Miroslave Malešević kroz prizmu rodnog pitanja. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society. 2020;:431-439.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10686 .
Radivojević, Sonja, "Biti žensko u srpskoj tradicionalnoj i savremenoj kulturi: etnografski rad Miroslave Malešević kroz prizmu rodnog pitanja" in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society (2020):431-439,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10686 .

Istorijska antropologija žena na Balkanu: metodologija i škola Svetlane Slapšak

Stevanović, Lada

(Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Stevanović, Lada
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://etno-institut.co.rs/lat/zbornik-radova/nau%C4%8Dnice-u-dru%C5%A1tvu
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10682
AB  - Važnost proučavanja ženske istorije i društvene uloge žena kroz istoriju neosporna je i godinama unazad to su teme kojima se počela posvećivati
pažnja, naročito u okviru ženskih i rodnih studija. Nevidlјivost žena toliko je
bila velika kroz istoriju da se ukazivanjem na ovaj problem otvorilo mnogo
pitanja ne samo u istoriografi ji, već i u različitim humanističkim disciplinama.
Pojavila se potreba za novim metodologijama, jer postojeće epistemološke
alatke nisu bile dovolјne niti adekvatne za teme na koje nisu ni računale. Ovaj
rad predstaviće metodologiju istorijske antropologije balkanskih žena, koju je
razvila Svetlana Slapšak iz istraživačkog pravca Francuske škole antropologije
antičkih svetova, kojoj i sama pripada.
AB  - The importance of studying women’s history, and the social role of
women throughout history, is indisputable and, over the years, these topics have received particular attention in the context of women’s and gender
studies. The invisibility of women has been so great throughout history that,
by pointing to this problem, many questions have been raised not only in
historiography, but in various humanities. The need for new methodologies
has emerged because existing epistemological tools were either insufficient or
inadequate for topics that they had never before considered.
In this paper the methodology of the historical anthropology of Balkan women, developed by Svetlana Slapšak from the research practices of the
French School of Anthropology of the Ancient World, to which Slapšak herself belongs, will be introduced. An important methodological feature of this
school is that, in the study of historical anthropology, it freely combines approaches, theories and disciplines, opening space not only for a new methodology and a more careful reconstruction of the historical context, but also for
new topics, such as researching the marginalised – women, children, slaves,
foreigners, etc. Focusing on this, Slapšak has developed a methodology for
the historical anthropology of Balkan women, primarily aimed at recognising and reconstructing women’s voices throughout history – both of those
women who left their mark (although unrecorded in the chronicles and canons) and of anonymous actors whose voices were constantly muted. One of
the possibilities of studying the invisibility of women and the inaudibility of
the female voice is provided by myth – not, of course, as a historical source,
but as a story that always carries within itself the dominant values of society.
PB  - Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA
T2  - Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
T1  - Istorijska antropologija žena na Balkanu: metodologija i škola Svetlane Slapšak
T1  - The Historical Anthropology of Balkan Women: Svetlana Slapšak’s Methodology and School
SP  - 163
EP  - 170
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10682
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Stevanović, Lada",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Važnost proučavanja ženske istorije i društvene uloge žena kroz istoriju neosporna je i godinama unazad to su teme kojima se počela posvećivati
pažnja, naročito u okviru ženskih i rodnih studija. Nevidlјivost žena toliko je
bila velika kroz istoriju da se ukazivanjem na ovaj problem otvorilo mnogo
pitanja ne samo u istoriografi ji, već i u različitim humanističkim disciplinama.
Pojavila se potreba za novim metodologijama, jer postojeće epistemološke
alatke nisu bile dovolјne niti adekvatne za teme na koje nisu ni računale. Ovaj
rad predstaviće metodologiju istorijske antropologije balkanskih žena, koju je
razvila Svetlana Slapšak iz istraživačkog pravca Francuske škole antropologije
antičkih svetova, kojoj i sama pripada., The importance of studying women’s history, and the social role of
women throughout history, is indisputable and, over the years, these topics have received particular attention in the context of women’s and gender
studies. The invisibility of women has been so great throughout history that,
by pointing to this problem, many questions have been raised not only in
historiography, but in various humanities. The need for new methodologies
has emerged because existing epistemological tools were either insufficient or
inadequate for topics that they had never before considered.
In this paper the methodology of the historical anthropology of Balkan women, developed by Svetlana Slapšak from the research practices of the
French School of Anthropology of the Ancient World, to which Slapšak herself belongs, will be introduced. An important methodological feature of this
school is that, in the study of historical anthropology, it freely combines approaches, theories and disciplines, opening space not only for a new methodology and a more careful reconstruction of the historical context, but also for
new topics, such as researching the marginalised – women, children, slaves,
foreigners, etc. Focusing on this, Slapšak has developed a methodology for
the historical anthropology of Balkan women, primarily aimed at recognising and reconstructing women’s voices throughout history – both of those
women who left their mark (although unrecorded in the chronicles and canons) and of anonymous actors whose voices were constantly muted. One of
the possibilities of studying the invisibility of women and the inaudibility of
the female voice is provided by myth – not, of course, as a historical source,
but as a story that always carries within itself the dominant values of society.",
publisher = "Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA",
journal = "Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society",
booktitle = "Istorijska antropologija žena na Balkanu: metodologija i škola Svetlane Slapšak, The Historical Anthropology of Balkan Women: Svetlana Slapšak’s Methodology and School",
pages = "163-170",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10682"
}
Stevanović, L.. (2020). Istorijska antropologija žena na Balkanu: metodologija i škola Svetlane Slapšak. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA., 163-170.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10682
Stevanović L. Istorijska antropologija žena na Balkanu: metodologija i škola Svetlane Slapšak. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society. 2020;:163-170.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10682 .
Stevanović, Lada, "Istorijska antropologija žena na Balkanu: metodologija i škola Svetlane Slapšak" in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society (2020):163-170,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10682 .

Biti žena u nauci – naučnica: problemi i perspektive. O projektu Etnografskog instituta SANU pod pokroviteljstvom Uneska

Lukić Krstanović, Miroslava

(Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Lukić Krstanović, Miroslava
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://etno-institut.co.rs/lat/zbornik-radova/nau%C4%8Dnice-u-dru%C5%A1tvu
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10687
AB  - Zašto je važno govoriti, pamtiti, evocirati i ispunjavati saznajne prazni
ne o naučnicama? Ova i druga pitanja su tema projekta Etnografskog instituta
SANU u okviru Uneskovog Programa participacije 2018/2019. pod nazivom
Položaj naučnica u društvu i na tržištu rada u Srbiji / The Status of Women
Scholars and Scientists in the Labour Market and Society in Serbia. U radu se
daje pregled, iznose problemi i tendencije proistekle iz ovog Projekta.
AB  - Why is it important to talk about, and fill in the knowledge gaps of women
scholars and scientists? These and other questions were the theme of the project of
the Institute of Ethnography of Serbian Academy of Science and Arts under the
auspices of UNESCO Participation Program 2018/2019, entitled The Status of
Women Scholars and Scientists in the Labour Market and Society in Serbia. The Pro
ject consisted of the following programs: a seminar “Women Scholars for women
Scholars – Methodologies of Feminist Researches”; “Women Scientists in Society”,
a conference with more than 70 participants from Serbia and abroad; exhibition
of publications by women scientists and scholars; and a documentary film Women
Scientists and Scholars in Society – Signifi cant but Invisible. Both the project, and the
public debate raised important questions related to the status and position of wo
men scholars and scientists, such as: gender inequity in research funding; deficient
knowledge, heritage and social memory of historic women scholars and scientists;
lack of information about the importance of women scholars and scientists in a
society; trivialisation in the shaping of identity of women in science; absence of
gender sensitive topics; invisibility in the country of origin of scientists and scholars
who emigrated (especially female); problems of ageism; problems of feminist acti
vism in academia and so on.
PB  - Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA
T2  - Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
T1  - Biti žena u nauci – naučnica: problemi i perspektive. O projektu Etnografskog instituta SANU pod pokroviteljstvom Uneska
T1  - To be a Woman in Science: Problems and Perspectives. About the Institute of Etnography Project Supported by UNESCO
SP  - 443
EP  - 456
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10687
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Lukić Krstanović, Miroslava",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Zašto je važno govoriti, pamtiti, evocirati i ispunjavati saznajne prazni
ne o naučnicama? Ova i druga pitanja su tema projekta Etnografskog instituta
SANU u okviru Uneskovog Programa participacije 2018/2019. pod nazivom
Položaj naučnica u društvu i na tržištu rada u Srbiji / The Status of Women
Scholars and Scientists in the Labour Market and Society in Serbia. U radu se
daje pregled, iznose problemi i tendencije proistekle iz ovog Projekta., Why is it important to talk about, and fill in the knowledge gaps of women
scholars and scientists? These and other questions were the theme of the project of
the Institute of Ethnography of Serbian Academy of Science and Arts under the
auspices of UNESCO Participation Program 2018/2019, entitled The Status of
Women Scholars and Scientists in the Labour Market and Society in Serbia. The Pro
ject consisted of the following programs: a seminar “Women Scholars for women
Scholars – Methodologies of Feminist Researches”; “Women Scientists in Society”,
a conference with more than 70 participants from Serbia and abroad; exhibition
of publications by women scientists and scholars; and a documentary film Women
Scientists and Scholars in Society – Signifi cant but Invisible. Both the project, and the
public debate raised important questions related to the status and position of wo
men scholars and scientists, such as: gender inequity in research funding; deficient
knowledge, heritage and social memory of historic women scholars and scientists;
lack of information about the importance of women scholars and scientists in a
society; trivialisation in the shaping of identity of women in science; absence of
gender sensitive topics; invisibility in the country of origin of scientists and scholars
who emigrated (especially female); problems of ageism; problems of feminist acti
vism in academia and so on.",
publisher = "Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA",
journal = "Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society",
booktitle = "Biti žena u nauci – naučnica: problemi i perspektive. O projektu Etnografskog instituta SANU pod pokroviteljstvom Uneska, To be a Woman in Science: Problems and Perspectives. About the Institute of Etnography Project Supported by UNESCO",
pages = "443-456",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10687"
}
Lukić Krstanović, M.. (2020). Biti žena u nauci – naučnica: problemi i perspektive. O projektu Etnografskog instituta SANU pod pokroviteljstvom Uneska. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA., 443-456.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10687
Lukić Krstanović M. Biti žena u nauci – naučnica: problemi i perspektive. O projektu Etnografskog instituta SANU pod pokroviteljstvom Uneska. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society. 2020;:443-456.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10687 .
Lukić Krstanović, Miroslava, "Biti žena u nauci – naučnica: problemi i perspektive. O projektu Etnografskog instituta SANU pod pokroviteljstvom Uneska" in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society (2020):443-456,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10687 .

Sestre Janković: pionirski rad na polju etnokoreologije

Rakočević, Selena; Prelić, Mladena

(Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Rakočević, Selena
AU  - Prelić, Mladena
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://etno-institut.co.rs/lat/zbornik-radova/nau%C4%8Dnice-u-dru%C5%A1tvu
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10685
AB  - Iako po obrazovanju profesorke jugoslovenske književnosti, Ljubica i
Danica S. Janković gotovo ceo profesionalni život posvetile su sakuplјanju
i proučavanju tradicionalnih plesova, odnosno narodnih igara, kako su one
nazivale predmet svoga rada, i utemelјenju etnokoreologije kao samosvojne
naučne discipline u Srbiji. Posvećeno beleženje tradicionalnih plesova odno
sno dugogodišnji zajednički terenski rad iznedrio je ogromnu građu koja je
većim delom objavlјena i analizirana u mnoštvu naučnih radova i kapitalnoj
ediciji pod nazivom Narodne igre. Prvih osam knjiga iz ove edicije štampa
no je u periodu od 1934. do 1964. godine, dok je deveta knjiga posthumno
objavlјena 2016. godine. Ljubica i Danica Janković mogu se smatrati začetni
cama ne samo etnokoreologije, već i etnomuzikologije u Srbiji.
AB  - Although educated as professors of Yugoslav literature, the sisters Ljubica
(Aleksinac, 14/26 June 1894 – Belgrade, 3 May 1974) and Danica S. Janković (Po
drinjska Lešnica, 7/19 May 1898 – Belgrade, 18 April 1960) devoted almost the en
tirety of their professional lives to collecting and studying traditional dances, or folk
dances, as they called their subject, and to establishing ethno-choreology as a dis
tinct academic discipline in Serbia. The many years over which the Janković sisters
collaborated in field work, beginning in 1934, have produced a wealth of material,
mainly from Serbia and Northern Macedonia, which has for the most part been pu
blished in a multitude of scholarly works and in a nine-volume capital edition called
Folk Dances. The first eight books from this edition were printed in the period from
1934 to 1964, while the ninth book was published posthumously in 2016. Ljubica
and Danica Janković can be considered the founders not only of ethnochoreology,
but also of ethnomusicology in Serbia.
The life story of the Janković sisters can be seen as a story of scientific success
and recognition of two talented, educated and dedicated women, despite their still
relatively traditional, patriarchal environment. In the final comments, however, we
point out the possibility that more or less hidden patriarchal patterns also marked
their life path.
PB  - Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA
T2  - Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
T1  - Sestre Janković: pionirski rad na polju etnokoreologije
T1  - The Janković Sisters: Pioneering Work in the Field of Ethnochoreology
SP  - 421
EP  - 430
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10685
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Rakočević, Selena and Prelić, Mladena",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Iako po obrazovanju profesorke jugoslovenske književnosti, Ljubica i
Danica S. Janković gotovo ceo profesionalni život posvetile su sakuplјanju
i proučavanju tradicionalnih plesova, odnosno narodnih igara, kako su one
nazivale predmet svoga rada, i utemelјenju etnokoreologije kao samosvojne
naučne discipline u Srbiji. Posvećeno beleženje tradicionalnih plesova odno
sno dugogodišnji zajednički terenski rad iznedrio je ogromnu građu koja je
većim delom objavlјena i analizirana u mnoštvu naučnih radova i kapitalnoj
ediciji pod nazivom Narodne igre. Prvih osam knjiga iz ove edicije štampa
no je u periodu od 1934. do 1964. godine, dok je deveta knjiga posthumno
objavlјena 2016. godine. Ljubica i Danica Janković mogu se smatrati začetni
cama ne samo etnokoreologije, već i etnomuzikologije u Srbiji., Although educated as professors of Yugoslav literature, the sisters Ljubica
(Aleksinac, 14/26 June 1894 – Belgrade, 3 May 1974) and Danica S. Janković (Po
drinjska Lešnica, 7/19 May 1898 – Belgrade, 18 April 1960) devoted almost the en
tirety of their professional lives to collecting and studying traditional dances, or folk
dances, as they called their subject, and to establishing ethno-choreology as a dis
tinct academic discipline in Serbia. The many years over which the Janković sisters
collaborated in field work, beginning in 1934, have produced a wealth of material,
mainly from Serbia and Northern Macedonia, which has for the most part been pu
blished in a multitude of scholarly works and in a nine-volume capital edition called
Folk Dances. The first eight books from this edition were printed in the period from
1934 to 1964, while the ninth book was published posthumously in 2016. Ljubica
and Danica Janković can be considered the founders not only of ethnochoreology,
but also of ethnomusicology in Serbia.
The life story of the Janković sisters can be seen as a story of scientific success
and recognition of two talented, educated and dedicated women, despite their still
relatively traditional, patriarchal environment. In the final comments, however, we
point out the possibility that more or less hidden patriarchal patterns also marked
their life path.",
publisher = "Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA",
journal = "Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society",
booktitle = "Sestre Janković: pionirski rad na polju etnokoreologije, The Janković Sisters: Pioneering Work in the Field of Ethnochoreology",
pages = "421-430",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10685"
}
Rakočević, S.,& Prelić, M.. (2020). Sestre Janković: pionirski rad na polju etnokoreologije. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA., 421-430.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10685
Rakočević S, Prelić M. Sestre Janković: pionirski rad na polju etnokoreologije. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society. 2020;:421-430.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10685 .
Rakočević, Selena, Prelić, Mladena, "Sestre Janković: pionirski rad na polju etnokoreologije" in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society (2020):421-430,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10685 .

Ksenija Atanasijević – autoportret u portretima

Bašić, Ivana

(Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Bašić, Ivana
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://etno-institut.co.rs/lat/zbornik-radova/nau%C4%8Dnice-u-dru%C5%A1tvu
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10684
AB  - Ksenija Atanasijević, prva žena doktor nauka i docent u Kralјevini SHS
i eminentan filozof svog doba, bila je izrazito društveno angažovani mislilac,
posebno na polјu pacifizma, antifašizma, antisemitizma i feminizma. Pored
brojnih rasprava o feminizmu, ona je i autorka tekstova o značajnim žena
ma. Pišući o pesnikinjama i filozofkinjama stare Grčke, ali i o sv. Terezi iz
Avile ili Žorž Sandovoj, ispisivala je sopstveno razumevanje značaja naučne i
umetničke kreativnosti i emancipacije žena. Izborom različitih ženskih stva
ralačkih individualnosti i nadahnutim tumačenjem njihovih dela, karaktera i
egzistencija – Ksenija Atanasijević je naslikala sopstveni intelektualni i emo
tivni portret. Stoga se ovi njeni tekstovi mogu svrstati u žanr (auto)biografije
„treperave saosećajnosti“.
AB  - Ksenija Atanasijević (1894–1981), the first female Doctor of Philosophy
and Assistant Professor in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, an eminent
philosopher of her time, was contemporaneously a highly socially engaged thinker, especially in the fields of pacifism, anti-fascism, anti-Semitism and feminism.
In addition to numerous discussions on feminism, Atanasijević authored texts on
significant female historical figures – from philosophers and writers to rulers and
saints. The focus of the paper is on how Atanasijević, writing about the poets and
philosophers of ancient Greece, but also about Saint Teresa of Ávila or George Sand,
wrote her own understanding of the importance of women’s scholarly and artistic
creativity and the emancipation of women. At the same time – through her choice
of different women’s creative individualities, and by the inspired interpretation of
their works, characters and existences – Atanasijević painted her own intellectual
and emotional portrait.
PB  - Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA
T2  - Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
T1  - Ksenija Atanasijević – autoportret u portretima
T1  - Ksenija Atanasijević – Self-Portrait in Portraits
SP  - 342
EP  - 349
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10684
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Bašić, Ivana",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Ksenija Atanasijević, prva žena doktor nauka i docent u Kralјevini SHS
i eminentan filozof svog doba, bila je izrazito društveno angažovani mislilac,
posebno na polјu pacifizma, antifašizma, antisemitizma i feminizma. Pored
brojnih rasprava o feminizmu, ona je i autorka tekstova o značajnim žena
ma. Pišući o pesnikinjama i filozofkinjama stare Grčke, ali i o sv. Terezi iz
Avile ili Žorž Sandovoj, ispisivala je sopstveno razumevanje značaja naučne i
umetničke kreativnosti i emancipacije žena. Izborom različitih ženskih stva
ralačkih individualnosti i nadahnutim tumačenjem njihovih dela, karaktera i
egzistencija – Ksenija Atanasijević je naslikala sopstveni intelektualni i emo
tivni portret. Stoga se ovi njeni tekstovi mogu svrstati u žanr (auto)biografije
„treperave saosećajnosti“., Ksenija Atanasijević (1894–1981), the first female Doctor of Philosophy
and Assistant Professor in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, an eminent
philosopher of her time, was contemporaneously a highly socially engaged thinker, especially in the fields of pacifism, anti-fascism, anti-Semitism and feminism.
In addition to numerous discussions on feminism, Atanasijević authored texts on
significant female historical figures – from philosophers and writers to rulers and
saints. The focus of the paper is on how Atanasijević, writing about the poets and
philosophers of ancient Greece, but also about Saint Teresa of Ávila or George Sand,
wrote her own understanding of the importance of women’s scholarly and artistic
creativity and the emancipation of women. At the same time – through her choice
of different women’s creative individualities, and by the inspired interpretation of
their works, characters and existences – Atanasijević painted her own intellectual
and emotional portrait.",
publisher = "Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA",
journal = "Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society",
booktitle = "Ksenija Atanasijević – autoportret u portretima, Ksenija Atanasijević – Self-Portrait in Portraits",
pages = "342-349",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10684"
}
Bašić, I.. (2020). Ksenija Atanasijević – autoportret u portretima. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA., 342-349.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10684
Bašić I. Ksenija Atanasijević – autoportret u portretima. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society. 2020;:342-349.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10684 .
Bašić, Ivana, "Ksenija Atanasijević – autoportret u portretima" in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society (2020):342-349,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10684 .

Da li u antropologiji postoje ženske teme? Prilog kritičkoj istoriji discipline

Pavićević, Aleksandra

(Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Pavićević, Aleksandra
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://etno-institut.co.rs/lat/zbornik-radova/nau%C4%8Dnice-u-dru%C5%A1tvu
UR  - https://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/10683
AB  - U ovom radu ponudiću jedno razmišlјanje u vezi sa izborom tema kojima se u antropologiji bave žene, odnosno, muškarci. Kao što se u književnoj kritici veoma često čuje da postoji „ženski rukopis“, čini mi se da tako nešto postoji i u antropologiji, pa i u ostalim humanističkim disciplinama. Jedna od tema koja je i tokom istorije etnologije, kao i danas, pripadala skoro isklјučivo ženama je tema smrti. Ovu rodnu neravnopravnost u bavlјenju antropologijom smrti potvrđuju i međunarodne konferencije na kojima sam učestvovala. Da li je i na koji način izbor tema povezan sa polom/rodom i da li društvo ili „prirodne“ predispozicije utiču na izbor ne samo teme nego i profesije u akademskim krugovima? U izlaganju ću prikazati neke brojke i statistike, izneti neke pravilnosti i izbegavati konačne zaklјučke.
AB  - In this paper, the author will endeavor to offer a reflection on the choice of
topics that women and men in anthropology deal with. In literary criticism we of
ten hear of “women’s writing”. The author suggests that such a thing exists in anthropology, as well as in other humanities. One of the topics within the history of
ethnology that now seems to belong almost exclusively to women is the theme of
death. This gender inequality in dealing with the anthropology of death is confirmed by the international conferences in which the author has participated. Is the
way of choosing a topic connected with gender/sex, and is it societal or “natural”
predispositions that affect the selection, not just of themes but also of professions
in academia? Some figures and statistics as well as some norms will be presented,
however any final conclusions will be avoided.
PB  - Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA
T2  - Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
T1  - Da li u antropologiji postoje ženske teme? Prilog kritičkoj istoriji discipline
T1  - Does Anthropology Have Female Themes?
SP  - 181
EP  - 189
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10683
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Pavićević, Aleksandra",
year = "2020",
abstract = "U ovom radu ponudiću jedno razmišlјanje u vezi sa izborom tema kojima se u antropologiji bave žene, odnosno, muškarci. Kao što se u književnoj kritici veoma često čuje da postoji „ženski rukopis“, čini mi se da tako nešto postoji i u antropologiji, pa i u ostalim humanističkim disciplinama. Jedna od tema koja je i tokom istorije etnologije, kao i danas, pripadala skoro isklјučivo ženama je tema smrti. Ovu rodnu neravnopravnost u bavlјenju antropologijom smrti potvrđuju i međunarodne konferencije na kojima sam učestvovala. Da li je i na koji način izbor tema povezan sa polom/rodom i da li društvo ili „prirodne“ predispozicije utiču na izbor ne samo teme nego i profesije u akademskim krugovima? U izlaganju ću prikazati neke brojke i statistike, izneti neke pravilnosti i izbegavati konačne zaklјučke., In this paper, the author will endeavor to offer a reflection on the choice of
topics that women and men in anthropology deal with. In literary criticism we of
ten hear of “women’s writing”. The author suggests that such a thing exists in anthropology, as well as in other humanities. One of the topics within the history of
ethnology that now seems to belong almost exclusively to women is the theme of
death. This gender inequality in dealing with the anthropology of death is confirmed by the international conferences in which the author has participated. Is the
way of choosing a topic connected with gender/sex, and is it societal or “natural”
predispositions that affect the selection, not just of themes but also of professions
in academia? Some figures and statistics as well as some norms will be presented,
however any final conclusions will be avoided.",
publisher = "Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA",
journal = "Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society",
booktitle = "Da li u antropologiji postoje ženske teme? Prilog kritičkoj istoriji discipline, Does Anthropology Have Female Themes?",
pages = "181-189",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10683"
}
Pavićević, A.. (2020). Da li u antropologiji postoje ženske teme? Prilog kritičkoj istoriji discipline. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society
Beograd : Etnografski institut SANU / Belgrade : Institute of Ethnography SASA., 181-189.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10683
Pavićević A. Da li u antropologiji postoje ženske teme? Prilog kritičkoj istoriji discipline. in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society. 2020;:181-189.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10683 .
Pavićević, Aleksandra, "Da li u antropologiji postoje ženske teme? Prilog kritičkoj istoriji discipline" in Naučnice u društvu / Women scholars and scientists in society (2020):181-189,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_dais_10683 .