Roman Kuhar, PhD (Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana)
Roman Kuhar is Professor of Sociology at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). He is currently Dean of the Faculty of Arts and head of the research project ‘Citizenship and discrimination: intersectional approach to the study of social exclusion’. His work has been published in numerous academic journals, including Critical Social Policy, Journal of Homosexuality and Women’s Studies International Forum. He is the author of several books and co-editor of volumes on: (with J. Takács) Beyond the Pink Curtain: Everyday life of LGBT people in Eastern Europe (2007), Doing Families: Gay and Lesbian Family Practices (2011) and (with D. Paternotte) Anti-gender Campaigns in Europe: Mobilizing against Equality (2017). He is associate editor at Social Politics (Oxford University Press). Email: Roman.Kuhar@ff.uni-lj.si.
The project aims at developing a methodological and theoretical framework that foregrounds voices and interests of sex workers and to investigate pathways to sex worker’s empowerment.
Atricle Negotiating professional identities: male sex workers in Slovenia and the impact of online technologies
The journal Sexuality Research & Social Policy published an article by Roman Kuhar and Mojca Pajnik.
- Atricle Negotiating professional identities: male sex workers in Slovenia and the impact of online technologies
- Article Populism in Slovenian Context between Ethno-nationalism and Re-traditionalization
- Doing Families: Gay and Lesbian Family Practices
- Obrazi homofobije [The Faces of Homophobia]
- At the Crossroads of Discrimination. Multiple and Intersectional Discrimination
- Intolerance Monitor Report 06
- Beyond the Pink Curtain. Everyday Life of LGBT People in Eastern Europe
- Intolerance Monitor Report 05
- Media for Citizens
- Intolerance Monitor Report 04
- The Unbearable Confort of Privacy. The Everyday Life of Gays and Lesbians
- Intolerance Monitor Report 03
- Media Representation of Homosexuality. An Analysis of the Print Media in Slovenia, 1970 – 2000
- Intolerance Monitor Report 02