Dr. Ljiljana Radonić
ljiljana.radonic@univie.ac.at
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Courses


Department of Political Science, University of Vienna

  • SS 2020 | Theories of Racism, Antisemitism, Antigypsism and Islamophobia (BA "Vorlesung")
  • WS 2018 | 2 courses: "Theories of Racism, Antisemitism, Antigypsism and Islamophobia" (MA "Vorlesung") and "Democratization & Politics of the Past in Central and South Eastern Europe" (MA "Seminar")
  • SS 2018 | 2 courses: Lecture series "The Head of Passion. Critical Theory and Critique of Society"
    & seminar "Theories of Antisemitism"
  • WS 2016 | Divided Memories in Central Europe
  • SS 2016 | Conflicting Pasts in the Post-Yugoslav Space
  • WS 2015 | Divided Memories in CEE and SEE
  • SS 2014 | Transformation of Memory Politics after 1989
  • WS 2013 | Memory Culture and Politics in Central and South East Europe
  • WS 2012 | Democratisation and Memory Politics in Central and South East Europe
  • WS 2011 | Center or periphery? The "East" in the European Memory Community
  • SS 2011 | BA-seminar (supervision of BA-thesis')
  • WS 2010 | BA-seminar (supervision of BA-thesis')
  • SS 2010 | Holocaust vs. Gulag? - Memory conflicts in Central Europe after 1989
  • WS 2008 | Memory Cultures and Politics of the Past in Central Europe
  • SS 2006 | 2 courses: Austrian Politics and the EU
  • WS 2005 | Political Theory: Masses and Mass Movements
  • SS 2005 | Political Theory of Anti-Semitism
  • WS 2004 | Austrian Politics and the EU

Summer semester 2017 | Visiting professorship at the Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Graz

Summer semester 2015 | Visiting professorship at the Department of Political Science, University of Giessen

  • Psychoanalysis as critical theory of the society
  • Anti-Semitism theory
  • Gender, National socialism and anti-Semitism
  • (Central and southeastern) European memory conflicts after 1989

July 2009 | Political Education, Danube University Krems

  • Memory Politics and Cultures in European Comparison

Further information on the courses held at the University of Vienna (description, semester plan, literature, methods, grading criteria) is available only in the German version of the website.