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The need to win the space for women’s and gender history has been present for a long time in our milleu. The well-known concept No documents – no history which represented the driving force for the establishment of the first women’s history archives, and subsequently specialized libraries and museums in Europe and in the world since the early 1930s, is still significant in Serbia. Research experience has taught us that once we define a research subject or a noteworthy source, and when we ask the right question in order to analyze them, these sources become visible and a part of our historical memory.

The Women’s and Gender History Portal is the result of perennial reflections and discussions, as well as the occasional (but temporary) withdrawal from that idea, by a small group of colleagues interested in this neglected field of history. Each of us who ventured into researching women’s history has encountered a lack of documents, unsystematic, non-existent or destroyed archive funds, even when it comes to women’s organizations and associations which had a long tradition in Serbia and Yugoslavia in the 19th and 20th centuries. On the other hand, a few historians who have analyzed the past of men and women based on feminist theories and using primarily the analytical category of Gender, have often in the titles or subheadings of their papers avoided emphasizing a categorical apparatus, in order to adjust to the expectations of the academic environment.

Therefore, the main goal of our Portal is to collect, preserve and make available miscellaneous historical materials of different origin: archival records (by agreement with the competent institution), articles in magazines and publications of special, discursive importance for gender history, periodicals, publications and photographs. These materials represent sources for the legal, economic and political status of women in the 19th and 20th centuries, ideas and stereotypes about gender roles, female education, labor, the feminist movement, participation in international women’s organizations, women’s magazines, marriage and family.

Portal users will be able to gain insight in the main theoretical texts that have defined women’s and gender history, as well as the history of feminism as a discipline of the last few decades. In addition, we wish to share the latest results in these fields of research in our country (of course, in accordance with copyright and publishing agreements), because we believe this is the right way to establish and build regional and international cooperation.

Digitization as a way of presenting historical sources, papers and translations was never in question due to all institutional circumstances. A great hope remains that competent institutions will again be supportive and that in potential further joint projects we shall make visible and accessible small islands of materials in the oceans of historical sources. Perhaps in that way, we may create whole series and collections of digitized sources that could be a model in other fields of history and historiography.

Biography

Ana Stolić is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of History, Belgrade. She has graduated at the Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade and defended her M.A. thesis at the same Faculty. The Ph. D. degree she received at Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade. Her research focus include social history, women’s and gender history (19th – first half of 20th  Century). She is the author of monographs, articles published in academic journals and conference proceedings. Since 2016, she was elected member of the Council of the Women’s Studies Center, Belgrade.

ODABRANA BIBLIOGRAFIJA

MONOGRAFIJE

  • Sestre Srpkinje. Pojava pokreta za emancipaciju žena i feminizma u Kraljevini Srbiji, 2015, Beograd: Evoluta, 210.
  • Kraljica Draga Obrenović, 2009, Beograd: Zavod za udžbenike, 217.

ČLANCI

    • Vocation or Hobby: The Social Identity of Female Teachers in the Ninetenth Century Serbia,  u: Gender Relations in South East Europe : Historical Perspectives on womanhood and manhood in 19th and 20th – Beograd : Udruženje za društvenu istoriju ; Graz : Institut für Geschichte der Universität, Abteilung Südosteuropäische Geschichte, 2002, 55-90.
    • Od istorije žena do rodne istorije, u: Gizela Bok, Žene u istoriji Evrope, Beograd: Klio, 2005, 425-445.
    • Rodni odnosi u „carstvu podeljenih sfera“, u: Privatni život kod Srba u 19. veku, Ur. Ana Stolić, Nenad Makuljević, Beograd: Klio, 2006, 89-111.
    • O kulturnoj (re)produkciji nacije : rod i nacija o stavovima srpske elite početkom XX veka, u: Teorije i politike roda / urednica Tatjana Rosić. – Beograd : Institut za književnost i umetnost, 2008, 187-193.
    • Od politike ka novim naučnim disciplinama: ženska i rodna istorija : koncepti o ženskoj emancipaciji, u: Humanizacija univerziteta: tematski zbornik. – Niš : Filozofski fakultet, 2013, 376-387.
    • Od muželoštva i ženske malakije do protivprirodnog bluda i patologije : neki aspekti istorije homoseksualnosti u Srbiji od srednjeg veka do kraja Drugog svetskog rata, u: Međunama : neispričane priče gej i lezbejskih života : [zbornik tekstova]. – Beograd : HartefaktFond, 2014, 17-21.
    • „Sa rodoljubljem srpskih žena imaće svet još da računa“. Patriotizam Srpkinja i neki aspekti kreiranja normativnog patriotskog okvira pred početak Velikog rata, u: Prvi svetski rat, Srbija, Balkan i velike sile. – Beograd : Istorijski institut : Institut za strategijska istraživanja, 2015, 375-386.
    • Feminizam, u: Srbi 1903-1914 : istorija ideja / priredio Miloš Ković. – Beograd :Clio,2015, 299-316.
    • Građanke seljanke: stavovi predstavnica pokreta za emancipaciju žena o ženama na selu početkom 20. veka, u: Međunarodni naučni skup Selo Balkana. Kontinuiteti i promene kroz istoriju, 10-11. jun 2016, Sirogojno, Republika Srbija: apstrakti / [urednici Srđan Rudić, Branko Blagojević]. – Beograd : Istorijski institut ; Sirogojno : Muzej na otvorenom „Staro selo“, 2016, [24]
    • Uloga žene: feministička gledišta Jaše Tomića, Jaša Tomić; priredila i uvodnu studiju napisala Ana Stolić, 2006, Novi Sad : Prometej, 714 str.
    • Savka Subotić, Uspomene, priredila Ana Stolić, 2001, Beograd : Srpska književna zadruga, 176 str.

Biography

Dr. Biljana Vučetić, is a Research Associate at the Institute of History, Belgrade. She has graduated from the Department of History at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade with the paper Serbia and Britain 1903-1906 in the light of contemporary press. The M. A. thesis Bogdan Radenković defended at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, and also obtained a doctorate in History with thesis American Progressivism and Serbia at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. She is engaged on a project Europe and the Serbs (1804-1918): Impetuses and Temptations of the European Modernism at the Institute of History. Her research focuses on the History of Balkan peoples, Macedonian Question, History of the Serbs in the Ottoman Empire, Modern US political and social history, as well as on Serbian – American relations in the in the Progressive Era. Her most recent interests focus on women’s and gender history at the end of 19th  and in the first decades of 20th century.

 

Odabrana bibliografija:

  • Amerikanci o Srbiji u Balkanskim ratovima, Balkanski ratovi 1912/1913: Nova viđenja i tumačenja, Istorijski institut, Zbornik radova 26, Institut za strategijska istraživanja, Beograd 2013, 263–275.
  • Američko javno mnjenje o Srbiji u Prvom svetskom ratu, Prvi svetski rat, Srbija, Balkan i Velike sile, Istorijski institut, Zbornik radova, knj. 30, Institut za strategijska istraživanja, Beograd 2015, 387–400.
  • Srbija i Rusija u američkom javnom mnjenju u leto 1914. godine: Primer Čikago Tribjuna, u: Veliki rat 1914–1918: uzroci, posledice, tumačenja. Međunarodni tematski zbornik posvećen akademiku Dragoljubu R. Živojinoviću (1934–2016), Filozofski fakultet Niš. 2016, 431–445.
  • “Out of the East Christ Came”: Serbia in the Eyes of American Women during the Great War, Istorijski časopis LXVI (2017), 437–451.
  • Marc Crapez, Biljana Vučetić, Veronica Vives, Delphine Denuit, Elles l’ont combattu,
  • Femmes contre le totalitarisme au XXe siècle, Les éditions du Cerf, Paris 2018.
  • Warm Neutrality: Some Aspects of American Humanitarian Work in Serbia 1914–1916, u: Al fronte. La Grande Guerra fra interventissimo, cronaca e soccorso, ured. Andrea Carteny, Giuseppe Motta, Alessandro Vagnini, Collana Storia d’ Europa, Sapienza Università di Roma, Edizioni Nuova Cultura, 2018, 101–122.
  • On ne plaisante pas chez les communistes. Ženi Lebl (1927–2009), Fondation de la France Libre, No. 68 (juin 2018) 20–21.

BIOGRAFIJA

Aleksandra Vuletić rođena je 1972. godine. Osnovnu školu i gimnaziju završila je u Šapcu. Studije istorije završila je na Filozofskom fakultetu u Beogradu. Na istom fakultetu magistrirala je 2001. godine sa temom Porodica u Srbiji za vreme druge vlade kneza Mihaila, a doktorirala 2008. godine sa temom Brak u Kneževini Srbiji. Zaposlena je u Istorijskom institutu kao naučni saradnik. Bavi se proučavanjem društvene istorije Srbije u 19. veku, s fokusom na istoriju porodice, istoriju privatnog života i istorijsku demografiju.

 

 

 

ODABRANA BIBLIOGRAFIJA

MONOGRAFIJE

  • Naličja modernizacije. Srpska država i društvo u vreme sticanja nezavisnosti, Istorijski institut, Beograd 2017. (koautorstvo sa Vladimirom Jovanovićem i Momirom Samardžićem), str. 504
  • Brak u Kneževini Srbiji, Zavod za udžbenike, Beograd 2008, str. 323
  • Porodica u Srbiji sredinom 19. veka, Istorijski institut, Službeni glasnik,Beograd 2002, str. 221

PRIREĐENI IZVORI

  • Nikola Krstić, Dnevnik. Privatni i javni život I (31. decembar 1859 – 31. decembar 1862), Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Beograd 2005, str. 369 (koautorstvo sa Milošem Jagodićem)
  • Nikola Krstić, Dnevnik. Privatni i javni život II (6. januar 1863 – 8. april 1864), Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Beograd 2005, str. 275 (koautorstvo sa Milošem Jagodićem)
  • Nikola Krstić, Dnevnik. Privatni život I (9. april 1864 – 31. decembar 1866), Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Beograd 2006, str. 381
  • Nikola Krstić, Dnevnik. Privatni život II (3. januar 1867 – 6. decembar1874), Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Beograd 2007, str. 524

ČLANCI U ČASOPISIMA I ZBORNICIMA

  • Individua i kolektiv. Udova lica i strukturna dinamika porodičnih domaćinstava u srpskom seoskom društvu 19. veka, „Selo Balkana. Kontinuiteti i promene kroz istoriju“, Istorijski institut, Muzej na otvorenom „Staro selo“ Sirogojno, Beograd 2017, 139–155.
  • Razvojni ciklus porodičnog domaćinstva sredinom 19. veka. Primer sela Gostilja, Istorijski časopis LXIV (2015), 287–312.
  • „…Brak je zajednica muškarca i žene…: Koncept heteroseksualnosti, bračna politika i seksualne prakse u Srbiji 19. veka“, Zbornik radova „Među nama. Neispričane priče gej i lezbejskih života“, Heartefact, Beograd 2014, 60–67 (koautorstvo sa Anom Stolić)
  • Da li samo dobar muž može da bude dobar vladar? Razvod kralja Milana i javno mnjenje, Zbornik Matice srpske za istoriju 86 (2013), 21–32.
  • Koliko duša živi u jednoj kući? Broj članova seoskog domaćinstva u Srbiji 1834–1910, Srpske studije 3 (2012), 219–244.
  • Društveni okviri emotivnog sveta u Dnevniku Privatnog života Nikole Krstića, Memoarski zapisi Nikole Krstića kao izvor za istoriju Kneževine i Kraljevine Srbije, u: Srpske studije, 2 (2011), 21–32.
  • Neželjena deca. Vanbračne trudnoće u Šabačkom okrugu u prvoj polovini 19. veka, MUSEUM. Godišnjak Narodnog muzeja u Šapcu 10 (2009), 69–82.
  • State Involvement in the Institution of Marriage in Serbia in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century, in: “Social Behaviour and Family Strategies in the Balkans (16th–20th Centuries)”, Actes du colloque international 9-10, juin 2006, New Europe College, Bucarest 2006, volume coordonené par Ionela Baluta, Constanta Vintila Ghitulescu, Mihai-Razvan Ungureanu, Bucarest 2008, str. 161–180.
  • Bračna politika u Kneževini Srbiji – između tradicionalizma i modernizma, Istorijski časopis, LVII (2008), str. 283–298.
  • Dok nas smrt ne rastavi – načelo na iskušenju. Bračne parnice u Šabačkoj eparhiji sredinom 19. veka, MUSEUM. Godišnjak Narodnog muzeja u Šapcu, 8 (2007), str. 31–44.
  • Očevi i sinovi. Poređenje generacija u Srbiji 19. veka, „Žene i deca. Srbija u modernizacijskim procesima u 19. i 20. veku“, IV, Helsinške sveske, Beograd 2006, str. 338–349.
  • Vlast muškaraca, pokornost žena – između teorije i prakse, „Privatni život kod Srba u 19. veku“, Klio, Beograd 2006, str. 112–132.
  • Porodica Jovana Ilića – primer srpske građanske porodice sredinom 19. veka, „Porodica Ilić u srpskoj istoriji i kulturi, Beograd, Institut za književnost i umetnost, 2003, 37–43.
  • Iz porodičnog života Ilije Garašanina, „Pismo“, Društvo za srpsku povesnicu, Beograd 2001, 129–139.
  • Porodične veze javnih ličnosti Srbije tokom druge polovine 19. veka u memoarskim delima, „Pero i povest“, Udruženje za srpsku povesnicu, Beograd 1999, 163–172.

Biography

Dragana Amedoski was born in 1976. She graduated from the Department of the Oriental Philology at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade in 1998.  In 2004 she completed her M. A. thesis Ottoman studies in Publications of the Oriental Institute in Sarajevo from 1950-1990. at the same Faculty.

She received her Ph. D. degree in Social and economic relations in the Sancak of Kruševac from mid 15th to late 16th Centuries at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo in 2013.

Topics that are researched in her studies are: social, economic and demographic history of the Balkans, everyday life, the position and role of women in the Ottoman Empire, Ottoman Turkish.

She is working in the Institute of History since 2002. She speaks Turkish, English, Arabian, and uses Persian.

 

Odabrana bibliografija

Rasprave, članci i prilozi:

  • Orijentalne građevine Kruševca od osmanskog osvajanja o kraja XVI veka// Istorijski časopis55 (2007) 157–169. – Summary.
  • O zabrani konzumiranja vina u Pirotu u XVI veku//Pirotski zbornik 32–33 (2007/2008) 63–71.– Summary.
  • Women Vaqfs in the Sixteenth-century Sanjak of Kruševac (Alaca Hisâr)//Balcanica 40(2009) 43–55.
  • Demografske promene u nahiji Bovan kao primer depopulacije Rumelije u 16. veku // Istorijski časopis 59 (2010) 225–242. – Summary.
  • The Koznik District (nâhiye) in Central Serbia in the Sixteenth Century : Settlements and Population Dynamics/ D. Amedoski, Vladeta Petrović, Gordana Garić Petrović//International Journal of Turkish Studies 17, 1&2 (Madison 2011) 1–19.
  • Alaca Hisar Sancağına Ait 1536 Tarihli Bir Vakıf Defteri// Belleten 275 (2012) 31–44.
  • Transformation of a Medieval Town into an Ottoman Administrative Center :Case of Kruševac (Alaca Hisâr)/ D. Amedoski, Gordana Garić Petrović//Contemporary Research in Turkology and Eurasian Studies :a Festschrift in Honor of Professor Tasin Gemil on the Occasion of His70thBirthday /Stoica Lascu, Melek Fetisleam (eds.). – Cluj–Napoca : Babeş-Bolyai University The Institute of Turkology and Central-Asian Studies Presa Universitară Clujeană,2013, 389–40
  • Darovi za osmansku vojsku: prilog istoriji materijalne kulture Beograda u 16. veku/ Tatjana Katić, D. Amedoski //Glasnik Etnografskog instituta SANU 64, 1 (2016) 133–149.
  • Osmanska žena na Balkanu između stereotipa i stvarnosti (16-18. vek) //Glasnik Etnografskog instituta SANU 66, 1 (2018) 119–137. – Summary.

BIOGRAPHY

Jasmina, Vekoslav, Milanovic was born in Pancevo in 1963. She graduated in 1987, acquired her master’s degree and PhD at the Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy. She currently works at the Institute of Contemporary History on the project “Conflicts and crisis: Cooperation and development in Serbia and the region in the 19th and 20th century” as a Senior Research Fellow. She specializes in the history of women’s societies in Serbia, end of 19th and beginning of 20th century. She has published 5 monographs, as well as various studies and articles in both foreign and local collections of works and magazines. She also specializes in the history of medicine and since 2015, she is a member of the Serbian Medical Society and chairmen member of the Historical section. She is one of the founders of the “Jelena Dimitrijevic” society. Since 2016, she is a member of the editorial board of “Serbian studies” magazine (ERIH PLUS listed). The same year, she was elected board member of Department of Lexicography, Matica Srpska.

IZABRANA BIBLIOGRAFIJA

Monografije:

Uspomene Delfe Ivanić, Institut za savremenu istoriju: Beograd, 2011.

-Zaboravljene uspomene, Beograd: Evoluta, 2015.

Časopisi:

– „Tomanija Obrenović i Nikola Krstić“, Srpske studije, knj. 2, Beograd, 2011, str. 117-123.

– „Mabel Grujić i Delfa Ivanić, dobročiniteljke srpskog naroda“, Istorija 20. veka, 1/2014, Beograd, 2014, str. 9-26.

– „Odbor gospođa Kneginja Ljubica“, Istorija 20. veka, 1/2015, Beograd, 2015, str. 23-34.

– „Vojska milosrđa“, Knjiženstvo, br. 5, Beograd, 2015, [elektronski časopis].

– „Materinsko udruženje – humani i socijalni aspekti delovanja 1904-1941.“, 20. vek, XXXVI, 2 (2018), 37-54.

Tematski zbornici:

– „Delfa Ivanić – učesnica i svedok Prvog svetskog rata“, u: Prvi svetski rat i balkanski čvor, zbornik radova. Beograd: Institut za savremenu istoriju – Beograd, Fond ruski svet – Moskva, Fakultet bezbednosti Univerziteta u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultete Univerziteta u Banjaluci, 2014, str. 621-640.

– „Uloga porodice Grujić u Velikom ratu“, u: Srbi i Prvi svetski rat 1914-1918, zbornik radova, Beograd: SANU, 2015, str. 555-568.

– „Ženska društva u Velikom ratu“, u: Srpski narod na Balkanskom poluostrvu od 6. do 20. veka, Niš: Univerzitet u Niš, Filozofski fakultet, 2014. str. 163-176.

– „Solidarnost i emancipacija, uticaj ženskih organizacija na razvoj društva u 19. i početkom 20. veka“, u: Afirmacija, prodlabočuvanje i proširuvanje na vekovnite kulturni vrski megu R. Makedonija i R. Srbija, zbornik na trudivo od Megunaroden naučen simpozium, Bitola, 2016, str. 591-627.

– „Deligradska zadužbina Odbora gospođa Kneginja Ljubica“, u: Aleksinac i okolina u prošlosti, 500 godina od prvog pisanog pomena 1516-2016, Zbornik radova sa međunarodnog naučnog skupa održanog 3. septembra 2016. u Aleksincu, Aleksinac, 2016, str. 421-446.

– „Regionalna ženska udruženja – Mala Antanta žena i Jedinstvo slovenskih žena“, u: Jugoslavija i Poljska u XX veku, međunarodni tematski zbornik radova sa konferencije Jugoslovensko-poljski odnosi u XX veku, Beograd, Bidgošć: Institut za savremenu istoriju, Institut za istoriju i međunarodne odnose, Društvo istoričara Srbije „Stojan Novaković“, Beograd, 2017. str. 19-40.

– „Prva ženska bolnica u Kneževini Srbiji 1876-1877.“, u 800 godina srpske medicine, Treći Sokolski zbornik, Beograd: Srpsko lekarsko društvo, 2017, str.15-34.

– „Kraljica Marija Karađorđević i Žensko društvo 1922-1941“, u: Karađorđe i njegovo nasleđe u srpskoj istoriji, Zbornik radova sa naučne konferencije, ur. Kosta Nikolić, Jugoslav Todorović, Velika Plana, Beograd: Centar za kulturu „Masuka“, Institut za savremenu istoriju, 2017, str. 227-242.

– „Jelena Dimitrijević i ženska društva“, Čitate li Jelenu Dimitrijević, zbornik radova, Beograd: Filološki fakultet, 2018, str. 59-79.

– „Mala Antanta Žena/ Mica Antantă a Femeilor“, u: Români şi Sârbi în Marele Război/ Rumuni i Srbi u Velikom ratu“, Cluj-Napoca: Academia Română, Centrul de Studii Transilvane, Presa Universitară Clujeană, 2018, str. 229-283.

– „Podružina Ženskog društva u Pirotu i Ćilimarska škola (1904-1941), u: Pirot – od turske kasabe do modernog grada, preko Berlina i Versaja, zbornik radova, Pirot: Istorijski arhiv u Pirotu, 2018, str. 252-270.

Biography

Ljubinka Škodrić was born in Belgrade in 1975. She graduated in 2000, acquired her master’s degree and PhD at the Department of History, Faculty of Philosophy. From 2001 till 2018 she worked in the Archives of Serbia. She currently works at the Institute of Contemporary History as a Research Fellow. She specializes in the history of women in Second World War. She has published one monography, as well as various studies and articles in both foreign and local collections of works and magazines. She also specializes in the history of education and social history of Serbia during Second World War.

Izbor iz bibliografije

– „’Horizontalna kolaboracija` – intimne veze žena sa nemačkim okupatorom u Srbiji 1941–1944“, Istorija 20. veka, 1/2013, 105-122. (http://istorija20veka.rs/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/2013_1_07_Skodric.pdf)

-„`Društvena odgovornost srpske žene za naš državni slom`. Žensko pitanje u kolaboracionističkoj štampi“, Kolaboracionistička štampa u Srbiji 1941–1944, priredio Aleksandar Stojanović, Beograd, 2015, 289-311.

– „Učešće žena u Narodnooslobodilačkim odredima u Srbiji 1941–1944“, Knjiženstvo. Časopis za studije književnosti, roda i kulture, 5/2015. (http://www.knjizenstvo.rs/magazine.php?text=152)

– „Partizanke u viđenjima ideoloških protivnika u Srbiji 1941-1944“, Feministički forum Filozofskog fakulteta. Izabrani radovi iz studija roda, uredile Nada Sekulić i Marija Radoman, Beograd 2016, 275-292. (https://www.npao.ni.ac.rs/filozofski-fakultet/download/222_3765ce6bea10f42ed39cf7db86527cf9 – ceo zbornik)

– „Učešće žena u sanitetima vojnih odreda u okupiranoj Srbiji 1941–1944“, 800 godina srpske medicine. Drugi beogradski zbornik, Srpsko lekarsko društvo, Beograd 2018, 161-173.

Biography

Svetlana Stefanović majored in history and received an MS at the University of Belgrade, defending her thesis „Žensko pitanje u beogradskoj štampi i periodici 1918–1941“ (The woman question in Belgrade´s press and periodicals 1918–1941). She defended a dissertation „Nation und Geschlecht: Frauen in Serbien von der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zum Zweiten Weltkrieg“ (Nation and gender: Women in Serbia from the mid-nineteenth century until World War II) at the University of Leipzig. She is the author of articles published in academic journals and conference proceedings. Her research focus includes women‘s history and gender. Currently working at the Archives of Yugoslavia.

 

Objavljeni radovi:

Ženska štampa: „Žena i Svet“ 1925-1941, u: Srbija u modernizacijskim procesima 19. i 20.  veka 2, Beograd (1998), str. 408-417;

„Domaćica“ – Organ Beogradskog ženskog društva i njegovih podružina (1921-1941.), u: Istorija 20. veka, 1 (1998), str. 83-92 ;

„Ženski pokret“ o braku, slobodnoj ljubavi, seksualnom obrazovanju, prostituciji i kontroli rađanja, u: Godišnjak za društvenu istoriju, 1-3 (1998), str. 66-83;

Die rechtliche Unterwerfung der Frauen in Serbien im 19. Jahrhundert, u: Radu Harald Dinu, Mihai-D. Grigore, Marc Živojinović (izdavači), Herrschaft in Südosteuropa. Kultur- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven, Göttingen (2011), str. 119-131;

Nation und Geschlecht: Isidora Sekulićs Engagement als Patriotin, Frauenrechtlerin und Pädagogin, u: Tatjana Petzer, Angela Richter (izdavači), „Isochimenen“. Kultur und Raum im Werk von Isidora Sekulić, München (2012), (Die Welt der Slaven 45), str. 205-214;

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