Jasmina Tumbas

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Ženergija
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Great pleasure that in the Ženergija on Radio ORANGE 94.0 from 19 till 20h we have the opportunity to listen great Jasmina Tumbas

We are talking about her published book “I am Jugoslovenka!”. this book shows how Yugoslavia’s anti-fascist, transnational and feminist legacies manifest in performance, conceptual, video and activist works.. „Jugoslovenka” designate the unique history of Yugoslav women’s resistance to patriarchy during and after socialism.

Ženergija recording herstory, stories of important women, and that is certainly Jasmina!!

Jasmina Tumbas (PhD, Art History, Duke University) is an Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art History & Performance Studies and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University at Buffalo. Her first book, “I am Jugoslovenka!” has recently been published by Manchester University Press’s Rethinking Art’s Histories series (February 2022). Tumbas is also working on a second manuscript, Feminists of the Yugoslav Diaspora: Artand Resistance Beyond Citizenship and Nationhood. She served as the guest-editor for the special issue of ArtLeaks Gazette #5: Patriarchy Over and Out: Discourse Made Manifest and her research has appeared in ArtMargins, Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, Art Monthly, Art in America, ASAP Journal, Art and Documentation, and in the anthologies Shifting Corporealities in Contemporary Performance (edited by Marina Gržinić and Aneta Stojnić) and Performance Art in the Second Public Sphere (edited by Katalin Cseh-Varga and Adam Czirak).

Cover photo/  illustration made by Ana Lucija Šarić,

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