Details about milica antic ganer:

prof. dr. 
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia 
About me
I'm profesor of Sociology at Unoiversity of Ljubljana.

Head of Slovene Sociological Association.
Vice-Head of Slovene Sociological Association.
Co-director of the International Seminar Women in Politics
Chair of the National Expert Committee for Sociology at Baccalaureate.
Vice-Head of the Group of Experts for Mainstreaming Equality Between Women and Men, Council of Europe.
Co-founder and member of the Collective Editorial of women’s review Delta
r of Slovene Sociological Association. 
Research projects
2009 - Balancing of private and professional life as an obstacle for more numerous presence of women in politics.
2008 - The Electoral gender quota systems and their implementations in Europe.
2007-2009 Daphne II project: Ways of Implementing EU directives on Violence against Children, Young People and Women: Good Practices and Recommendations.
2004 - The Process of Forming Identities in the Time of the Globalization:, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of Sociology.
2001- 2003 Contemporary Citizenship: Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion in Slovenia and the CEE Transition Countries, Peace Institute.
2001 - Women in Local Governments and Local Policy, Peace Institute and Psyma Hungary.
1997- 2001 - Perspectives of the Politics of Equal Opportunities in East and Central Europe.
1997- 200 - Research project National Strategy for Enhancing the Position of Women in Politics.
Research interests
Gender, Globalistaion, Politics, ... 

1. Democracy between Tyranny and Liberty; The situation of women in the post - "socialist" nation state v Shifting Territories: Feminism, Socialism, Europe, Feminist Review
2. The Transitional Spirit of the Age? An attempt to represent some questions facing present status and situation of women in Yugoslavia; Superwomen and the Double Burden, Women's experience of change in central and eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, Scarlet Press, London 1992.
3. Ženske in politika (Women and Politics), Od ženskih študij k feministični teoriji, (Anthology From Women’s Studies to Feminist Theory), ČKZ, Ljubljana 1993.
4. "False System of Education and it's Consequences as seen by Mary Wollstonecraft, The Schoolfield, Sexual Difference & Educational Discourses, Autumn/Winter 1993.
5. "Harriet Taylor in njena vloga pri nastajanju 'skupnih del' Harriet Taylor in Johna Stuarta Milla" (H. T. and Her Role in Originating the ‘collective work’ of H.T. and J. S. Mill), Delta, Review for Women’s studies and Feminist Theory, 1-2/ 1995.
6. "Politična angažiranost Johna S. Milla za volilno pravico žensk" (Political Engagement of J. S. Mill in the Case of Women’s Right to Vote), Delta, Review for Women’s studies and Feminist Theory, 3 - 4/ 1995.
7. "Ženske in volitve v Sloveniji" (Women and Election in Slovenia), in Volilni sistemi (Electoral Systems), Krt, Ljubljana 1996.
8. "Ženske v slovenskem parlamentu" (Women in Slovene Parliament), in Slovene Parliament - experiences and perspectives, Slovene Politology Association, Ljubljana 1996.
9. "The Importance of Politics for Women in the Period of Transition" in: Transitions, Environments, Translations, Routledge, London, New York, 1997.
10. Ženske v parlamentu (Women in Parliament), Znanstveno in publicistično središče, Ljubljana 1998.
11. “Women in Parliament in Slovenia”, v: Losers of the “Wende” - Winners of the EU?, Participation of Women: Chances and effects of the transformation process, Politik und Forum, Vienna 1998, str. 35-44.
14. “Slovene Political Parties and Their Influence on the Electoral Prospects of Women”, in: Gender and Identity in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. Corrin, C., Frank Cass Publishers, 1999, str. 7- 29.
15. “Women in Politics in Slovenia’s new democracy; Why so few?”, in: Elections in Slovenia, 1990-1997, Analyses, Documents and Data, Series Founding Elections in Eastern Europe; general Editors: Hans-Dieter Klingemann and Charles L. Taylor; Edition Sigma, Rainer Bohn Verlag, Berlin 2001.
16. Women – Politics- Equal Opportunities, Prospects for Gender Equality Politics in Central and Eastern Europe, with Vlasta Jalusić, Peace Institute, Ljubljana (2001). Ženske-Politike-Možnosti, Perspektive politike enakih možnosti v srednji in vzhodni Evropi, with Vlasta Jalušič, Mirovni inštitut, Ljubljana 2001.
17. A politikai partok es a nok viszonyanak problematikaja, v: Szerepek, Szabalynok, Szamok, Ferfiak es nok a politikban, ed. Lestal Zsuzsa, Budapest 2001.
18. Od obrane ženskih prava do diferenciranog državljanskog statusa/ From Vindication of the Rights of Women to Differentiated Citizenship/Von Rechtferigung der Frauenrechte bis zur differenzirten Staatsburgerschaft, v: Žene i politika: Pitanje roda u političkoj teoriji/Women and Politics: Gender in political theory/Frauen und Politik:Das Geschlecht in der politischen Theorie: Dokumentacija/Documentation/Dokumantation; Seminar Žene u politici, Dubrovnik 2002, Ženska infoteka, Zagreb.
19. ANTIĆ, Milica G., JALUŠIČ, Vlasta. Slowenien : die Marginalisierung der Bedeutung politischer Partizipation von Frauen in Slowenien. V: HOECKER, Beate (ur.), FUCHS, Gesine (ur.). Handbuch politische Partizipation von Frauen in Europa II. Opladen: Leske + Budrich, 2003.
20. “Factors Influencing Women’s Presence in Slovene Parliament”, in: Women’s Access to Power in Post Communist Europe, ed. Richard
Matland and Kathleen Montgomery, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2003.
21. Women in Parliamentary Politics. Hungarian and Slovene Cases Compared, with Gabriella Ilonszki, Mirovni Inštitut, Peace Institute, Ljubljana 2004.
22. Politične pravice in participacija žensk v politiki. V: JALUŠIČ, Vlasta (ur.), ZAGORAC, Dean (ur.). Človekove pravice žensk : uvodna pojasnila in dokumenti, (Zbirka Izobraževanje za človekove pravice, 4). Ljubljana: Društvo Amnesty International Slovenije: Mirovni inštitut, Inštitut za sodobne družbene in politične študije, 2004.
23. Milica G. Antić and Sonja Lokar, “The Balkans: From total rejection to gradual acceptance of gender quotas”, in: Women, Quotas and Politics, Edited by Drude Dahlerup, Stockholm University. Routledge 2006.
24. GABER, Slavko and ANTIĆ, Milica G. Sto let splošne volilne pravice v Evropi - zgodba o vztrajnosti dobrih rešitev. Teor. praksa, let. 43/2006. No 5-6, pp. 737-751.
25. Gender Equality in Slovenia = Continuity and Changes in the 1990s. V: RAMET, Sabrina P. (ur.), FINK-HAFNER, Danica (ur.). Democratic transition in Slovenia, (Eugenia and Hugh M. Stewart '26 series on Eastern Europe). College Station: Texas A&M University Press, cop. 2006, str. 215-232.
26. ANTIĆ, Milica G., VIDMAR, Ksenija H. The Construction of Woman's Identity in Socialism : The Case of Slovenia. V: SAURER, Edith (ur.), LAZINGER, Margareth (ur.), FRYSAK, Elisabeth (ur.). Women's movements : networks and debates in post-communist countries in the 19th and 20th centuries, (L'Homme Schriften. Reihe zur Feministischen Geschichtswissenschaft, Bd. 13). Köln; Weimar; Wien: Böhlau, 2006, pp. 291-305.
27. Slow progress of the women's representation in politics on the "sunny side of the Alps" : Wien: Institut für östeuropäische Geschichte: Social change, Institut für Innovation in der Genderforschung und Gewaltprävention, 2007.
28. Slovenia: from voluntary to legislated quotas. in: DAHLERUP, Drude. Electoral Gender Quota Systems and Their Implementation in Europe : the project. Stockholm: Department of Political Science, Stockholm University: WIP, Women in Politics Research Centre: International IDEA, 2008, pp. 82-91.
29. ANTIĆ, Milica G., SELIŠNIK, Irena. Slovene Women's Suffrage Movement in a Comparative Perspective. V: SULKUNEN, Irma. Suffrage, gender and citizenship : international perspectives on.. [Cambridge]: Cambridge Scholars Pr Ltd, 2009, pp. 219-241.
30. ANTIĆ, Milica G., ROŽMAN, Sara, ŠEPETAVC, Maja. Women in political decision-making : monitoring Report by the Slovenian Presidency : the project. Ljubljana: Directorate General Internal Policies of the Union, European Parliament, 2008. 37 f.
31. O "ženskah", spolu in referenčni literaturi (v Sloveniji). V: SQUIRES, Judith. Spol v politični teoriji, (Knjižna zbirka Temeljna dela). Ljubljana: Krtina, 2009, 2009, str. 341-351.
32. ANTIĆ, Milica G., SELIŠNIK, Irena. Slovene Women's Suffrage Movement in a Comparative Perspective. V: SULKUNEN, Irma. Suffrage, gender and citizenship : international perspectives on.. [Cambridge]: Cambridge Scholars Pr Ltd, 2009, str. 219-241.
33. ANTIĆ, Milica G. (ed.) Violence in the EU examined : policies on violence against women, children and youth in 2004 EU accession countries. 1st ed. Ljubljana: Faculty of Arts, 2009. 199 str. ISBN 978-961-237-301-6
34. ANTIĆ, Milica G., DOBNIKAR, Mojca, SELIŠNIK, Irena. Gendering violence against women, children and youth : from NGOs via internationalization to national states and back?. V: ANTIĆ, Milica G. (ur.). Violence in the EU examined : policies on violence against women, children and youth in 2004 EU accession countries. 1st ed. Ljubljana: Faculty of Arts, 2009, 2009, str. 17-29.
35. What difference do female deputies make in the Slovene Parliament?. V: RUESCHEMEYER, Marilyn (ur.), WOLCHIK, Sharon L. (ur.). Women in power in post-communist parliaments. Washington: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Bloomington: Indiana University Press, cop. 2009, str. 93-110.


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