Initiative for Naming the Bridge “Rosa Plaveva and Nakie Bayram”

In her research work, the artist Hristina Ivanovska aims to address the problem of absence of women from archives, lack of cultural memory related to them, their rare representation in the urban toponyms, and, most importantly, absence of women’s cultural-historical legacy. Through her initiative to have the newly built bridge named after two women fellow… Continue reading Initiative for Naming the Bridge “Rosa Plaveva and Nakie Bayram”

Editors-in-Chief and the printing house of the first Macedonian newsletter for women “Makedonka” – a body of the Anti-Fascist Front of Women (AFW)

Illegal partisan printing workshop “Gotse Delchev”, village Gorno Vranovtsi, Veles region. Source: mkd.mk

The newsletter “Makedonka” was a body of the Anti-Fascist Front of Women of Macedonia (AFWM) and was the first printed publication edited by women and dedicated to the problems of women in Macedonia during the Second World War and the post-war building of the country. The editor-in-chief of the newsletter was the activist and politician… Continue reading Editors-in-Chief and the printing house of the first Macedonian newsletter for women “Makedonka” – a body of the Anti-Fascist Front of Women (AFW)

Bilyana Garvanlieva

Portrait of Bilyana Garvanlieva, source: Photograph by Samir Ljuma, courtesy of the author

1973 – 10.09.2016

Anitsa Savikj-Rebats

Anitsa Savikj-Rebats was born on October 4, 1982 in Novi Sad. Through her work promoting the emancipation of women in the Balkans, she succeeded in connecting the local with the global narratives in the first half of the 20th century. She is one of the most notable Serbian writers in the female cannon of Serbia… Continue reading Anitsa Savikj-Rebats