All articles by: Jelena Prtorić
Davor Mišković: Culture is marginalized, but we expect too much of it
The sociologist and activist talks about culture and festivals in the time of COVID-19.
Pandemic, earthquake and more surveillance
Croatian response most stringent compared to number of confirmed cases.
An expensive new whim of Zagreb’s Mayor
The bonds connecting the Zagreb Manhattan and Belgrade Waterfront projects.
Antonija Petričušić: The apathy in Croatian academia reflects the broader social picture
Rethinking Academia (Part 6) — Zagreb professor talks gender equality, apathy, activism, and academic freedoms.
Bojana Genov: ‘The church is the biggest obstacle to achieving women’s rights in Croatia’
Croatian feminist activist discusses how to win over conservative forces that are attempting to renounce women’s rights.
Zilka Spahić-Šiljak: ‘Ethnic division leads to women — but also men — having their rights violated’
TALKING BALKAN FEMINISM (PART 4) — Gender studies professor talks about religion and feminism, and how nationalism affects woman.
Adriana Zaharijević: Feminism is the standard bugbear
Talking Balkan Feminism (Part 3) — Philosopher from Belgrade talks about feminism, communism and transition.
Killing freedom of speech in Croatia
An increasing number of assaults on journalists remain unpunished.