About

Nataša Pivec, Ph.D.

I am now: an independent researcher in sociology (gender studies in particular), registered at Slovenian research agency, Ljubljana, Slovenia with  Ph.D. in sociology (Faculty of Social Sciences, Ljubljana, Slovenia) and  B.A. in law (Faculty of Law, Maribor, Slovenia).
I used to be: DJane Nevihta (chillout music), radio personality (as Emmanuella Cunt sometimes), event manager (women/feminist/queer events), ad copywriter, columnist, blind person’s reader.
I am also intersectional feminist, vegan, poly, bi, movie buff, cat lover, storms/clouds/street art/1920s/lighthouses/roadtrips/muscle cars fan.

 


Bibliography_CatsBibliography

Družbena konstrukcija slabe ženske (doktorska disertacija) /Social construction of a bad woman (doctoral dissertation)

Reprezentacija moškosti v popularnem rapu na primeru 50 Cent /Representation of masculinity in popular rap: The case of 50 Cent

Catfight – družbena konstrukcija ženskega ravsa /Catfight: Social construction of female aggression)

Drags, Drugs and Dirt: Abjection and Masculinity in Marilyn Manson’s music video (s)Aint

Feminist thought(s) as dirty intellectuality: the case of Andrea Dworkin

 


Talk_CatTalks

pro.open: Social Construction of a Bad Woman – Catfight (Cafe Open, Ljubljana, 10th November 2009)

Barbie deconstructed: the contemporary doll photography art of Mariel Clayton (2nd interdisciplinary conference “Look For Your Woman”, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, 5th December 2014)

“Show us tits (but hide the nipples)”: the persistent and paradoxical body regimes of female breasts (Symposium Body Discourses/Body Politics and Agency, University of Vienna, Vienna, 5-7th February 2015)

“Three (is not a crowd)”: A critical analysis of Tom Tykwer’s polyamorous film Three (1st Non-Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas/FCSH NOVA, Lisbon, 25-27th September 2015)

Kaj imajo s taščami opraviti Juvenal, Franc Jožef, Cankar, aboridžini in Janezi v copatih (Dnevnik, 3. 9. 2016 by Mateja A. Hrastar)

The Absence of Grey-Haired Women (“Engendering Difference: Sexism, Power and Politics”, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia, 12-13 May 2017)

Interview on Radio Maribor (26. 7. 2017 by Irena Kodrič Cizerl)


All posts are proofread by Nina Košir, professor of English language.


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