I am interested in the new approach to feminism, cyberfeminism, that emerged within the postmodern theories (within postmodernist issues of multiple viewpoints, fragmentations, fluid identities and issues of embodiment and disembodiment) its origins, its diversity as there has not been a single approach to this issue;, body and identity, roles of women in new technologies, specifically, perceptions of women on internet and in the role playing online games, and women and new media arts and design.

The research grew out of a series of lectures given to the graduate students at the Department of Gender Studies at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, which has become an ongoing engagement as their students increasingly recognize the the importance of information about role of women in this new information age.



June 2014        Lecture: “Digital Arts, Technology and Gender Issues”, International Conference           of Gender Studies, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

June 2006 – June 2007:

Guest Lecturer of the Brain Gain Program of the Austrian Organization (WUS Austria)


Department of Gender and Women Studies

Prepared and gave lectures to the graduate students on cyberfeminism in general, and cyberfeminism and new media arts; gave a public lecture at the University of Novi Sad about the intersections of arts, science and technology.

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