Difference between revisions of "Neda Atanasoski"

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* [[Media:Atanasoski_Neda_2006_Race_Toward_Freedom_Post-Cold_War_US_Multiculturalism_and_the_Re-Construction_of_Eastern_Europe.pdf|"‘Race’ Toward Freedom: Post-Cold War U.S. Multiculturalism and the Re-Construction of Eastern Europe"]], ''The Journal of American Culture'' 29:2, 2006, pp 213-226.
 
* [[Media:Atanasoski_Neda_2006_Race_Toward_Freedom_Post-Cold_War_US_Multiculturalism_and_the_Re-Construction_of_Eastern_Europe.pdf|"‘Race’ Toward Freedom: Post-Cold War U.S. Multiculturalism and the Re-Construction of Eastern Europe"]], ''The Journal of American Culture'' 29:2, 2006, pp 213-226.
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* [[Media:Atanasoski_Neda_2009_Roma_Rights_on_the_World_Wide_Web_The_Role_of_Internet_Technologies_in_Shaping_Minority_and_Human_Rights_Discourses_in_Post-Socialist_Central_and_Eastern_Europe.pdf|"Roma Rights on the World Wide Web: The Role of Internet Technologies in Shaping Minority and Human Rights Discourses in Post-Socialist Central and Eastern Europe"]], ''European Journal of Cultural Studies'' 12:2, 2009, pp 205-218.
 
* [https://feministstudies.ucsc.edu/faculty/index.php?uid=natanaso more]
 
* [https://feministstudies.ucsc.edu/faculty/index.php?uid=natanaso more]
  

Revision as of 19:25, 14 June 2019

Neda Atanasoski is Professor of Feminist Studies and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and author of Humanitarian Violence (2013) and Surrogate Humanity (2019).

Publications

Books
Journal issues
  • editor, with Kalindi Vora, Social Identities 24(2): "Postsocialist Politics and the Ends of Revolution", 2018. [1]
Articles

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