Jasna Babić, MA
Jasna Babič obtained her MA in sociological studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. She graduated in 2003 from the Faculty of Social Sciences. Her dissertation was awarded by faculty Prešernova nagrada (The Prešeren Prize).
Jasna started at the Peace Institute as an assistant at the Center for culture politics and civil society. Two years later she took over PI archive, PI publishing and editing of PI web page. In the years 2008 – 2012 she worked as project assistant at East East Program: Partnership Beyond Borders. She is also actively involved with several research projects and with the organization of PI public events.
Since 1998 she spends most of her spare time in AKC Metelkova mesto, specially in Klub Gromka. Jasna is a co-author (together with Dunja Danial ) of the documentary film Rejects of second generation – Following the traces of punk (2016) which was awarded with the Noisy Cat for best music documentary at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine festival. She is also the author of the book In the whirlwind of subcultures, published by publishing house Sophia (2016).
- Babić, Jasna (2017): Punk in revolt: “Bodi del scene, ne scenografije” (2.del), SIGIC, Odzven.
- Babić, Jasna (2017): Punk in revolt: »Raj mam ul’co, k pa da sm lutka.« (1. del), SIGIC, Odzven.
- Babić, Jasna (2016): V vrtincu subkultur, Ljubljana: Založba Sophia.
- Babić, Jasna (2015): Metelkova mon amour: Reflections on the (Non-)Culture of Squatting, v Making Room: Cultural Production in Occupied Spaces, ur. Alan W. Moore and Alan Smart, Journal of Aesthetics & Protest and Other Forms, p. 298-312
- Babić, Jasna (2015): Premislek ob 22. obletnici Metelkove, Torek ob petih.
- Babić, Jasna (2013): Metelkova mon amour: Razmislek o (ne)kulturi skvotiranja, ČKZ, letnik XL, no. 253, p. 12-20.
- Babič, Jasna (2011): Spet se rola – Vrnitev »urbanih« glasbenih oddaj na TV
Slovenija, Medijska preža, št. 39.
- Babič, Jasna (2010): Bluz slovenskih glasbenikov, Medijska preža, št. 38.
- Babič, Jasna (2009): Slovenske glasbene revije, Medijska preža, št. 36.
- Babič, Jasna (2006): Kultura kamere: video kot del političnega aktivizma, ČKZ, XXXIV, No. 226, pp.151-161, Ljubljana: Študentska založba.
- Babič, Jasna, Petkovič, Brankica, coordination of translation and editing in slovene language (2005): Televizija po Evropi. Regulacija, politika in neodvisnost, EUN Monitoring and Advocacy program, OSI.
- Babič, Jasna (2004): Skvotiranje, Balcanis, year 5, No.12-16, pp. 80-83.
- Babič, Jasna, Zonta, Matej, ed. (2003): Dosje Molotov, Zvezki I.-VI., Ljubljana: Projektna skupina za pripravo Dosjeja (Peace institute).
Whole bibliography at Cobiss under name Jasna Babič.
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