Tijana Okić

was born in Sarajevo in 1986. She read philosophy and sociology and obtained a Master’s degree in philosophy in Sarajevo, where she subsequently worked as an assistant lecturer-instructor. Since 2015 she is enrolled in PhD program in philosophy at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy. She is one of the editors of the volume The Lost Revolution: AFŽ between Myth and Forgetting (Sarajevo, 2016.). She has published several philosophical texts and translations. Tijana organized and participated in the Plenums after the 2014 riots in Sarajevo. She is a contributing editor of Viewpoint magazine. She translates from several languages, enjoys poetry and fiction. She currently lives between Sarajevo and Pisa.

The Lost Revolution: Yugoslav Women's Antifascist Front between Myth and Forgetting

The Lost Revolution: Yugoslav Women’s Antifascist Front between Myth and Forgetting

Women’s Antifascist Movement Conference in the village of Čukorovac, Serbia, May 1944 Tijana Okić and Andreja Dugandžić | Introduction: A Word from the Editors The experience of victory and defeat, past and present, both the AFŽ’s and our own, is a reminder that our new and future struggles and fronts, the battles yet to be won, stand open before us and… Read more →

From Revolutionary to Productive Subject: An Alternative History of the Women’s Antifascist Front

From Revolutionary to Productive Subject: An Alternative History of the Women’s Antifascist Front

Sunita Fišić, Ink drawing But you, when at last it comes to passThat man can help his fellow man,Do not judge usToo harshly.—Brecht 1. Introduction, or Beginning After the End of History – Thinking the Women’s Antifascist Front Again and Anew Thinking the Women’s Antifascist Front (henceforth AFŽ) today, 74 years after its formation and 63 years after its “dissolution”,… Read more →