Jasminka Udovicki

Title: Professor

Degrees: BA, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia; PhD, Brandeis University

Publications Academic articles in English: “Cultural Materialism of Raymond Williams” Philosophy and Social Criticism, 1, 1979 (135-143); “The Uses of Freedom and the Human Condition” Praxis International, March 1983, (54-61); “Imagining a Moral Order” Surviving Visions (ed. H. Isaacs and J. Yunkerman, M.C.A. edition, 1988 (13); “The Liberal Model and the Public Realm in the USSR” Philosophy and Social Criticism, Vol. 13, No. 3, (243-263); “Justice and Care in Close Associations” Hypatia, A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Vol. 8, No. 3, (48-60), Summer 1993 Books: “Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict, and Self Determination in Yugoslavia,” in The National Question, Birch Berberogly, ed., Temple University Press, 1995; Yugoslavia’s Ethnic Nightmare, J. Udovicki and J. Ridgeway, eds, Lawrence Hill Press, 1995; Burn This House, The Making and Unmaking of Yugoslavia, Duke University Press, 1998. Expanded and updated edition 2000. Journalism: in Radical America; The Village Voice; Resist.
Grants Fulbright; Wien grant.