Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Emil Korytko (7 September 1813 - 31 January 1839) was a Polish ethnographer, philologist and translator. Born in the village of ewa a near Zaleszczyki in Austrian Galicia (now Zelenyy Gay in the Ternopil Oblast in Ukraine), he studied philosophy and philology at the University of Lwow, where he became acquainted with the Slovene philologist Matija op who taught at the University. He participated in the November Uprising. In 1837, he was arrested by the Austrian authorities in Lwow on accusations of having participated in underground subversive activities, and sent into confinement to Ljubljana, Duchy of Carniola (now in Slovenia), together with Bogus aw Horody ski. In Ljubljana, he became a close collaborator of the Slovene national Romantic circle of Matija op. Korytko studied Slovene folk poetry from Carniola, which he published in five volumes. He became a personal friend of the Slovene poet France Pre eren, and helped him translate several poems by Adam Mickiewicz into German. He also translated some of Pre eren's poems into German.
This book explores two festivals over ten years: Queer Zagreb and Ljubljana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Kajinic focuses on the festivals' participation in a regional network of queer festivals and provides an insight into how these festivals and their audiences negotiated the limits of non-normativity in particularly intensive ways between 2002-2012. By offering an interdisciplinary perspective and exploring the possibilities of critical visual methodology, the author relates the history of these important cultural projects and their organizational practices to the ways in which they impacted the lives of their participants.Post-Yugoslav Queer Festivals will be of interest to readers studying the region of Southeast Europe from a range of perspectives including gender studies, history, politics and festival studies.