Univ. of Vienna; Miranda Jakiša & Aleksandar Ranković (Web)
Zeit: 17.03.2023, 14:00 Uhr
Ort: Institut für Slawistik, Campus der Univ. Wien, Spitalg. 2, Hof 3, Seminarraum 1
The conference aims at bringing together two conceptual frameworks which share the absence of a fixed object: two communities without a state and beyond statehood, experiences of marginalization and violence, engagement with fluidity and a constant flux of identifications.
What do queerness and (Post-)Yugoslavia have in common? In what ways does queerness transcend the (Post-)Yugoslav condition, and how does this condition influence queer lives and queer arts in return? Can we critically think about (Post-)Yugoslavia through and with queer experiences? And how can we re-think queerness through (Post-)Yugoslav experiences?
- Lecturs by Zsófia Lóránd, Aleksandar Ranković, Mišo Kapetanović, Piro Rexhepi, Cristina Beretta, Slaven Crnić, Nebojša Jovanović, Saša Kesić, and Olga Dimitrijević
- Roundtable with Queer Museum Vienna & Performance Lecture by Vladimir Bjeličić | Markiza de Sada: Does Revolution Matter While Glitter is on the Platter? The Academic Fiction and the Actual Reality of the Serbian Drag Scene