About the project

Teaching and studying women writers from Central and South-Eastern Europe using digital materials and tools.

CEEPUS

CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies) is a regional program, which started operating in March 1995. The goal of the program is to establish and encourage the mobility of students and teachers between the participating countries and to take advantage of mutual friendship links and the opportunities of forming joint study programs.

CEEPUS Network

CEEPUS operates on the basis of networks. An individual network is established by a university, school or its department of a certain field. The networks must consist of at least three partner universities/schools/departments, of which at least two from different countries.

CIII-SI-1515-02-2122

The CEEPUS network Women Writers in History CIII-SI-1515-02-2122 represents the continuation and deepening of the collaboration in the field of women writers research.

Katja Mihurko Poniž, Ph. D. - Network coordinator and full professor at University of Nova Gorica, School of Humanities

Katja Mihurko Poniž

Network Coordinator

University of Nova Gorica, School of Humanities, Full Professor, Coordinator of the network, PhD

Alenka Doležalová, Ph. D. - Associate professor at Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Department of South Slavonic and Balkan Studies

Alenka Doležalová

Associate Professor

Charles University, Faculty of Arts, Department of South Slavonic and Balkan Studies, Associate Professor, PhD

Maša Grdešić, , Ph. D. - Associate professor at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Comparative Literature

Maša Grdešić

Assistant Professor

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Comparative Literature, PhD

Nadezhda Alexandrova, Ph. D. - Associate professor at St. Kliment Ohridski, Sofia University, Faculty of Slavic Studies

Nadezhda Alexandrova

Associate Professor

St. Kliment Ohridski, Sofia University, Faculty of Slavic Studies, PhD

Roxana Patras, Ph. D. - Associate professor at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Institute for Interdisciplinary Research, Digital Humanities Laboratory (UAIC), Senior Researcher II (Cercetator Stiintific II)

Roxana Patras

Associate Professor

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Institute for Interdisciplinary Research, Digital Humanities Laboratory (UAIC), Senior Researcher II (Cercetator Stiintific II), PhD

Magdalena Koch, Ph. D. - Full professor at Adam Mickiewicz University, Faculty of Polish and Classical Studies, Institute of Slavonic Studies, Poland, Poznań

Magdalena Koch

Full Professor

Adam Mickiewicz University, Faculty of Polish and Classical Studies, Institute of Slavonic Studies, Poland, Poznań, PhD

Biljana Dojčinović, Ph.D. - Full professor at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology, Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory

Biljana Dojčinović

Full Professor

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology, Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, PhD

Carmen Beatrice Dutu, Ph. D. - Associate professor at “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, English Department

Carmen Beatrice Dutu

Associate Professor

“Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, the Cultural Studies Department,

Read more about Woman Writer of the Month

Activities

Ekaterina Vassileva dressed in her national costume

February 2021

Prof. Nadezhda Alexandrova

Becoming a Bulgarian, Becoming a Writer: Bilingual Writers in Bulgarian Women's History of the 19th century

March 2021

March 2021

Prof. K. Mihurko Poniž, Prof. Biljana Dojčinović, Assist. Prof. Maša Grdešić

Presentation of the Project Women Writers Route and Volume Defiant Trajectories: Slavic Women Writers Routes

April 2021

April 2021

Assist. Prof. dr. Maša Grdešić “High” and popular women’s literature in Croatian modernism

“High” and popular women’s literature in Croatian modernism

Women Writers in History

Alma Maximiliana Karlin

A Woman Writer Who Transcended Boundaries of Her Time Written by Anja Polajnar, PhD student at the Graduate School, University of Nova Gorica Alma Maximiliana Karlin (1889-1950) is known as a writer, extraordinary traveller of Read more…

Ekaterina Vassileva

A Bilingual Bulgarian Woman Writer from the late Ottoman period Written by Lora Haralambieva, PhD student at Sofia University Ekaterina Vassileva (1852-1926) was a Bulgarian woman writer and important public figure, associated with the activities Read more…

Zofka Kveder

Zofka Kveder – first Slovenian professional woman writer Written by Darko Ilin, M.A. student, University of Nova Gorica Zofka Kveder (1878–1926) significantly contributed to the cultural life in Slovenia, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Kingdom Read more…

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