Kalina Maleska is a Macedonian writer, translator, and professor. She has published three short story collections: Misunderstandings (Makedonska kniga 1998),...Read More
Sara Milenkovska is a feminist, model, political scientist, and all the contrasts that oppose social norms and ideas for her...Read More
Katerina Ivanova is an activist for sexual and reproductive health and rights, and a student at the Faculty of Law. She is mainly engaged at H.E.R.A. Youth as a peer educator in sex education, and the pod-cast Justinian Speaks where she talks about student’s rights. Gender equality and literature are of her particular interest.
Teodora Mileska is studying international and intercultural studies at the Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje. She spends her free time between sexual and reproductive health activism and reading feminist literature.
Hana Korneti is a prose writer and longtime editor of academic and commercial texts. She simultaneously graduated in philosophy and...Read More
Panel discussion: Edition of the omitted
Edition of the omitted
Speakers: Kalina Maleska, Sara Milenkovska, Hana Korneti, Katerina Ivanova
Moderator: Teodora Mileska
In collaboration with The Feminist Readers' Club, we have organized the panel discussion Edition of the omitted as part of the youth program on FIRSTBORN GIRL #9. We will talk about feminist literature, the female writer's perspective, and how to read a text through the prism of gender. The new generation of readers has a clear need for critical reading of the current feminist literature, debates, and discussions that differentiate from the classical academic reading of the works. Hence, we organized this debate to provide a platform for a broader debate on the new feminist readings. In the current social atmosphere, the feminist analyses of literary works mainly occur in closed circles, thus creating a new, alternative tradition of literary criticism. Through organizing debates and meetings, The Feminist Readers' Club creates its own space - safe and inclusive - for the readers who have a feminist and informed view of literary criticism.