Academic journal article Serbian Studies. Ksenija Atanasijevic was the first Serbian woman to earn a doctorate and become a professor of philosophy at the University of Belgrade in Atanasijevic was a prolific writer, fluent in German, French, and Serbian, who published more than books and articles on aesthetics, metaphysics, literature, feminism, and philosophy. A pioneer for women's rights, Atanasijevic was also active in the Serbian Women's League for Peace and Freedom, the Women's Movement Alliance, and the Women's Movement Zenski pokret journal, which she edited from to In , her male colleagues launched a smear campaign that cost her her professorship.
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Access options available:. In , her male colleagues launched a smear campaign that cost her her professorship. From until she worked in the Ministry of Education. While there, she wrote articles denouncing anti-Semitism and National Socialism that brought her to the attention of the Gestapo, who arrested her in
I argue that four short Atanasijevic essays written from to represent the forerunners of later feminist critique of and interventions into the philosophical canon. Necessary attention is paid to her need to write for a feminist and not only academic audience, so that her feminist engagements with the history of ancient philosophy can be seen as unprecedented in the region. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Don't already have an Oxford Academic account? Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
She wrote about Giordano Bruno , ancient Greek philosophy and the history of Serbian philosophy,  and translated important philosophical works into Serbian , including works by Aristotle and Plato. She was also an early Serbian feminist writer and philosopher. Her father was a well-respected doctor and director of the State Hospital in Belgrade. Twelve years later, her father died. Ksenija's older brother was killed in World War I.