Dijana Simic

Dijana Simic (she/her), born in 1988, is a lecturer of Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian literary and cultural studies in the Department of Slavic Studies at Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz. Currently, she is completing her PhD project on gender, sexuality, and intimate counterpublics in recent Bosnian-Herzegovinian prose. Her teaching and research focus on migration, gender, and memory studies in the former Yugoslav context.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: English and American Literature Studies, Gender and Queer Studies, Gender in Cultural and Media Studies, Literary Studies, Literary Theory and Literary Studies

Publications in the Series: Gender Studies


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Affective Worldmaking
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Affective Worldmaking

Narrative Counterpublics of Gender and Sexuality

An investigation of how particular affects become tangible in narratives about gender and sexuality and how they inflect readers' outlook on the world.

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