No. 2 - Year 12 - 06/2022

Note About Contributor(s)

Danijela Lugarić Vukas, University of Zagreb, Croatia


Danijela Lugarić Vukas is Assistant Professor at Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, and the Director of the Institute of Literary Studies, where she edits Biblioteka L monographs in literary criticism. Her research interests include the history of Russian literature and film, female prose writers, the culture of late Soviet socialism between myth and trauma, and Russian critical theory. Her recent publications include: Journeys to the Otherness: Myth, Class, and Gender in Russian Literature, Film and Popular Culture (FF press & HSN, 2019; in Croatian), The Cultural History of October Revolution: 100 Years Later (ed., FF press & HSN, 2017, 2019; in Croatian), The Future of Post-Socialism: Eastern European Perspectives (eds., with J. F. Bailyn and D. Jelača, SUNY Press, 2018), Myth and Its Discontents: Precarious Life of Memory and Trauma in Central and Eastern European Literature (eds., with M. Car and G. T. Molnar, Praesens Verlag, 2017), The Cultural Life of Capitalism in Yugoslavia: (Post)Socialism and Its Other (eds., with D. Jelača and M. Kolanović, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017).