Milica Antić Gaber, full prof.

Milica Antić Gaber, full prof.

  • Milica Antić Gaber


  • Courses

    • Uvod v sociologijo I
    • Sociologija spola
    • Sociologija vsakdanjega življenja
    • Življenjski stili in družinske prakse
    • Sociologija spola in spolnosti
    • Spol in telo
    • Spol in politika v primerjalni perspektivi
    • Humanistika in družboslovje
  • Office hours

  • Tuesday: 15.00 – 16.20, room 442b

Prof. dr. Milica Antić Gaber (1958), sociologist. Employed at the Department of Sociology (Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana – FA UL) first as a young researcher since 1992, and since 1998 as a lecturer in the following subjects: Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of Gender, Sociology of Everyday Life (undergraduate level); Sociology of Gender and Sexuality (with Prof. Dr. Kuhar), Gender and Body, Gender and Politics from a Comparative Perspective (post-graduate level). She is the Coordinator of the Gender Studies Program at FA UL within the Joint Doctoral Program in Humanities and Social Sciences (University of Ljubljana); she has been the Head of the Department of Sociology from 2003-2007.

For several years, Milica Antić Gaber has been conducting different researches at Peace
Institute in Ljubljana. She has also been lecturing for several years at the Institutum
Studiorum Humanitatis (Ljubljana) and at the Central European University (Budapest). She
has also given lectures at the Centre for Women’s Studies in Belgrade, the Inter-University
Centre in Dubrovnik, the Birkbeck College in London, the Centre for Women’s Studies at the
University of Novi Sad and the University of Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.

She has participated in several research projects related to feminist political theory, the
presence of women in politics, citizenship and gender, gender and violence in Slovenia and
abroad; and has coordinated the European Commission’s (Daphne II) project Ways of
Implementing European Directives on Violence against Women, Children and Youth: Good
practices and recommendations. Dr. Antić Gaber participated in the international project
The Electoral Gender Quota Systems and their Implementations in Europe (led by Drude
Daherup), and has also conducted two national research projects: Balancing private and
professional life as an obstacle to the greater presence of women in politics (2008-2012) and
Gender Structure of Slovene Society and the Position of Genders in Politics (2012-2014).

Her main research interests are: women’s studies and feminist theory, feminist political
theory, women in politics, gender and globalization, gender and violence, gender and
Her public activities include a number of areas:
– co-founder of the Delta journal as well as a member of its Editorial Board (1995);
– member of the Editorial Board of the journal Družboslovne razprave (Social Science
Debate) (2006-2009);
– co-founder and co-editor of the journal Ars et Humanitas (from 2007-2011);
– member of the Editorial Board of the journal Teorija in praksa (Theory and Practice) (from
2010 – );
– vice-Chair of the Expert Group Mainstreaming Gender Equality at the Council of Europe
– member of the Expert Forum of the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE);
– co-director of the International Seminar Women and Politics at IUC Dubrovnik
(International Seminar Women in Politics);
– president of the Slovenian Sociological Association from 2010-2016;
– member of the Equality Council at Slovenia’s Ministry of Labour, the Family, Social Affairs
and Equal Opportunities (from 2015-);
– – co-director of the course Social structures and social institutions at IUC Dubrovnik (from
2016 – );
member of the Executive Committee of the European Sociological Association (ESA), (from
2017 -).

She has published several monographs as an author, co-author or (co-)editor:
1. Women in Parliament, Scientific and Publishing Center, Ljubljana 1998.
2. Women, Policies, Opportunities: Perspectives on Equal Opportunities Policy in Central
and Eastern Europe (together with Vlasta Jalušič) Ljubljana: Peace Institute. 2001
3. Women in Parliamentary Politics. Hungarian and Slovenian Cases Compared, (together
with Gabriella Ilonszki), Peace Institute, Ljubljana, 2004.
4. Forgotten Half: Portraits of Women of the 19th and 20th Centuries in Slovenia, (Debates,
22). 1. izd. Ljubljana: Tuma: SAZU, 2007 (Šelih, Alenka, Antić Gaber, Milica, Puhar, Alenka,
Rener, Tanja, Šuklje, Rapa, Verginella, Marta.
5. Violence in the EU examined: policies on violence against women, children and youth in
2004 EU accession countries. Ljubljana: Faculty of Arts, 2009.
6. No conflict: cultures, genders, generations. Ljubljana: Faculty of Education, 2009. (Tašner,
Veronika, Lesar, Irena, Antić Gaber, Milica, Hlebec, Valentina, Pušnik, Mojca, ed.).
7. A Day with a Female Politician: Pilot project of mentoring young women in politics.
Ljubljana: Government of the Republic of Slovenia, Office for Equal Opportunities, 2011, p.
19-28. (Milica Antić Gaber and Jasna Jeram, ed.)
8. On the way to the room of one’s own. Ljubljana: i2, 2011.
9. Women on the Edges of Politics, (Collection Reflections, 2011, 3). Ljubljana: Sophia, 2011.
10. Violence against Women in Slovenia, (Dialogi Collection, year 14). 1. izd. Maribor:
Aristey, 2013. (Leskošek, Vesna; Antić, Milica G.; Selišnik, Irena; Filipčič, Katja; Urek, Mojca;
Matko, Katja; Zaviršek, Darja; Sedmak, Mateja; Kralj, Ana).
11. Growing audience: eight essays on the role of Theatre for children and youth in
contemporary society, (Collection of Theatre and Education, 1/2013). Ljubljana: Puppet
Theatre: Assitej, Center for Cultural Education in the Performing Arts, 2013. (Djilas, Ivana
Gaber, Slavko, Marjanovič Umek, Ljubica, Wood, David, Mencin Čeplak, Metka, Antić, Milica
G., Reginster, Gaëtane, Pelevic, Maja, Bauk, Dino).
12. Complex relationships: gender, structural barriers and opportunities, Ljubljana:
Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete, 2015.
13. Gender structuring of contemporary Slovenia, (Eastern European culture, politics and
societies). Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang, 2015.
14. Temporary residence: To the Castle 25, Ig. Life stories of women serving prison
sentences. Ljubljana: Public Agency for the Book of the Republic of Slovenia, 2107.
Full bibliography is available at