selected criticism in english

Téa Rokolj, Many A Footnote and Afterword; Dubravka Ugrešić and the Essay Open Library of Humanities. 4(1), p.31. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/olh.202. 2018.
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).
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.
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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