Duhaček, Gordana

Committee: Joanna Regulska, Barbara Callaway, Harriet Davidson
Post-MA Employment/Education: Faculty of Political Science and Director of the Center for Gender and Politics, University of Belgrade PhD in Political Philosophy, Rutgers University
Thesis/Practicum: Thesis: Gender Perspectives on the Reconstruction of Political Identities in Yugoslavia

Daša Duhaček holds a PhD in Political Philosophy from Rutgers University. She is the Coordinator of the MA program in Gender Studies and and the Director of the Center for Gender and Politics at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. She also founded and coordinates the Belgrade Women’s Studies Center. Gordana is currently Director of the Course in Feminist Criticism at Inter-University  Center IUC - Dubrovnik. She taught at the Rutgers  University, USA, Central European University (CEU) in  Budapest, Hungary, and others. Her research areas include feminist  theory and political philosophy.