selected criticism in english

Alison Anderson, Dubravka Ugrešić and Contemporary European Literature Along the Path to Transnational Literature.  WLT January 2017;
Dragana Obradović, Crafting Serious Work Out of Mass Culture: The Early Prose of Dubravka Ugrešić. WLT January 2017;
Emily D. Johnson, Mothers and Daughters: Generational Conflict and Social Change in the World of Dubravka Ugrešić.  WLT January 2017;
Stijn Vervaet, Ugresic, Hemon and the Paradoxes of Literary Cosmopolitanis: or How to “World” (post-) Yugoslav Literature in the Age of Globalization. In: Komparativna književnost: teorija, tumačenja, perspektive. Beograd: Filološki fakultet Univerziteta 2016;
Dubravka Ugresic’s portfolio in: Music&Literature 6/2015 (Comment on portfolio: The Paris Review, July 24, 2015;
Vedrana Velickovic, ‘Justabit fascist’: Dubravka Ugrešić, cosmopolitanism and the post-Yugoslav condition. In: Platt, Len and Upstone, Sara, eds. Postmodern literature and race. Cambridge University Press 2015.
David Williams, “The Loser Bug has made its way into our hearts”: Literature and the Ruins of the Everyday. In: The Everyday of Memory: Between Communism and Postcommunism (ed. Marta Rabikowska). Oxford: Peter Lang 2013;
Nataša Kovačević, Storming the EU fortress: Communities of Disagreement in Dubravka Ugrešić.  Cultural Critique, Vol.83, Winter 2013, pp 63-86;
Stephenie Young, Transnational Memories and A Post-Yugoslav Writer. In: Transnationalism and Resistance: Experience and Experiment in Women’s Writing (Adele Parker and Stephanie Young, eds.) Amsterdam – New York: Rodopi 2013;
Arnon Grunberg, Poshlost Highway: In Praise of Dubravka Ugresic. The Millions, March 20, 2013;
Eva C.Karpinski, Postcards from Europe; Dubravka Ugrešić as Transnational Public Intellectual, or Life Writing in Fragments. The European Journal of Life Writing, Vol 2 (2013);
David Williams, Literary Aesthetic and Ethical Engagement: the End of Yugoslavia and the Fiction of Dubravka Ugrešić. In: Literature and Politics: Pushing the World in Certain Directions (ed.Peter Marks). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2012;
Katalin Sandor, The ‘Other Spaces’ of Exile in Dubravka Ugrešić’s “The Museum of Unconditional Surrender“. Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Philologica 4,1 (2012);
Richard Byrne, Picking the Wrong Witch. The Common Review, fall/winter 2010/2011;
Stijn Vervaet, Whose Museum? Whose History? Whose Memories? Remembering in the Work of Dubravka Ugrešić, Comparative Critical Studies 8.2–3 (2011): 295–306, Edinburgh University Press, DOI: 10.3366/ccs.2011.0024, British Comparative Literature Association, www.eupjournals.com/ccs;
Dragana Obradović, The Ironic Eternity of Objects in Dubravka Ugrešić’s The Museum of Unconditional Surrender. Russian Literature LXX(2011)III.
Lauren Lydic, ‘Noseological’ parody, Gender Discourse, and Yugoslav Feminisms: Following Gogol’s ‘Nose’ to Ugresic’s ‘Hot Dog in a Warm Bun’. Comparative Literature 62:2. University of Oregon 2010;
David Williams, “Europeans without Euros”:Alternative Narratives of Europe’s ‘New Happiness’. Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies. Vol.2(1);
Dimitar Kambourov, Exile or Exodus: D.Ugresic’s ‘The Museum of Unconditional Surrender’ and Iliya Troyanov’s ‘The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks around Corner’. In: Shoreless Bridges, South East European Writing in Diaspora (Ed. Elka Agoston-Nikolova). Amsterdam: Rodopi 2010;
Stephanie Young, Yugonostalgia and the Post-National Narrative. In: The New Order of War (Ed. Bob Brecher). Amsterdam-New York: Rodopi 2010;
Marina Warner, Witchiness. London Review of Books, August 2009;
Vedrana Veličković, Open Wounds, The Phenomenology of Exile and the Management of Pain: Dubravka Ugresic’s “The Ministry of Pain In: Literature in Exile of East and Central Europe (ed. Agnieszka Gutthy). New York: Peter Lang 2009;
Nataša Kovačević, Narrating Post/Communism: Colonial Discourse and Europe’s Borderline Civilization. Routledge 2008, pp. 173-81;
Dragana Obradović, Minor Languages and World Literature: The Case of Dubravka Ugrešić. In: World Literature, World Culture (ed.Karen-Margrethe Simonsen&Jakob Stougaard-Nielsen). Aarhus University Press 2008;
Tatjana Aleksic, Disintegrating Narratives and Nostalgia in Post-Yugoslav Postmodern Fiction. In: Balkan Literatures in the Era of Nationalism (Eds. Murat Belge, Jale Parla). Bilgi University: Istanbul 2008.
Monica Popescu, Imaging the Past: Cultural Memory in Dubravka Ugresic’s ‘The Museum of Unconditional Surrender’. Studies in the Novel, 39.3 (Fall 2007), pp 336-56;
Jasmina Lukić, Poetics, Politics and Gender. In: Women and Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe. Ashgate 2006, pp. 239-257;
Zsofia Lorand,  Who is Afraid of the Political? If Anyone at all… (Antipolitical essays of Dubravka Ugrešić). In: On Politics: Rhetoric, Discourse and Concepts (Ed. by Marton Szabo). Political Science Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 2006;
Carl Tighe,Witches of Croatia: Dubravka Ugrešić, The Culture of Lies. In: Writing and Responsibility. Rutledge 2005;
Jacob Emery, Guides to Berlin, Comparative Literature (University of Oregon), Vol. 53, Fall 2002;
Jasmina Lukić, Trivial Romance as an Archetypal Genre: The Fiction of Dubravka Ugresic. “Ženske studije”, Women’s studies Journal Selected Papers, Anniversary Issue 1992-2000; Original version;
Ellen Handler Spitz, Lost and Found: Reflections on Exile and Empathy. “American Imago” (Summer, 2000), vol.57 (2):141-155;
Jasmina Lukic, Witches Fly High, The Sweeping Broom of Dubravka Ugresic. “European Journal of Women’s Studies”, Vol. 7, Issue 3, 2000;
Tatjana Pavlovic, Demystifying NationalismDubravka Ugresic and the Situation of the Writer in Ex Yugoslavia, Postmodern Culture, Vol. 5, No 3, May 1995;
Celia Hawkesworth, Dubravka Ugresic: The Insider’s Story, Slavonic and East European Review, Vol. 68, No. 3, July 1990.

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