Spol : Ž

Spol : Ž

Book | Slovenia

English title: Gender : F
Keyword(s): sociological studies | women and civil society | women and state | women and university | feminism | woman question | social position | ideology
Languages(s): Slovenian
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Summary:
The book is a collection of lectures, which took place in KUD France Prešeren (Art and cultural association France Prešeren, Ljubljana) in 1995, under the heading “The Women’s block”. It reflects the intellectual atmosphere of that time through views of seventeen authors on three areas: civil society, state and university. Authors are connecting feminist theory and activism
while discussing: the history of menstruation; counselling and other support services available to women; Office for women’s policy; education and care of preschool children; women’s studies in the university curricula; medical discourse on women; women in politics; fertility; sexist use of language; contraception; and female body.
Following lectures/articles are published in the book:

  1. evening:
    Žnidaršič Ž., Sabina. Zgodovina menstruacije ali zgodovina čudenja? (The history of menstruation or the history of men’s bewilderment).
  2. evening:
    Jerman, Diana. Svetovanje (Women’s counselling).
    Urek, Mojca. Ženska svetovalnica Women’s counselling service).
    Čufer, Andrejka. Zakaj ženske hočemo svoj prostor? (Why women want “a room of their own”).
    Modra, društvo za raziskovanje in uresničevanje psihosocialnih potreb žensk (Modra, association for the research and realisation of the psychosomatic needs of the women).
  3. evening:
    Kozmik, Vera. Zakaj Urad za žensko politiko? (Why office for women’s policy?).
  4. evening:
    Batistič De, Marcela. Vzgoja in varstvo predšolskih otrok (Education and care of preschool children).
  5. evening:
    Rener, Tanja. Odpiranje prostorov. O situaciji univerzitetnih ženskih študijev Opening the spaces: on women’s studies in university curricula).
    Tivadar, Blanka. Medicinski govor o ženski (A medical discourse on women).
  6. evening:
    Dobnikar, Mojca. SOS telefon za ženske in otroke – žrtve nasilja (SOS telephone for women and children – victims of violence).
  7. evening:
    Antić G., Milica. Od sufražetk do ministric (From suffragettes to women ministers).
  8. evening:
    Černič Istenič, Majda. Ženske so lahko (samo) številke-rodnost v Sloveniji v osemdesetih letih (Women can (only) be numbers too; fertility in Slovenia in 80’s).
    Žnidaršič Ž., Sabina. “Biološki samomor naroda” (“The biological suicide of a nation).
  9. evening:
    Žagar, Igor; Milharčič Hladnik, Mirjam. Nekaj izhodiščnih prizadevanj za odpravo seksistične rabe jezika (Some general suggestions for the suppression of the sexist use of language).
  10. evening:
    Obersnel Kveder, Dunja. Kontracepcijsko vedenje v raznih kulturah (Contraceptive behaviour in different cultures).
  11. evening:
    Skušek, Zoja. Mleko ni voda (Milk is thicker than water).
  12. evening:
    Bahovec D., Eva. Žensko telo-moška oblast? (Female body – male power?).
  13. evening:
    Zaviršek, Darja. Med feministično socialno akcijo in tranzicijskim backlashom (Between feminist social action and the transnational backlash).
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