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Lina Dokuzović


is based in Vienna and works at the intersection between visual art and text/knowledge production. She studied Fine Arts and received a PhD in Cultural Studies from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She is on the board of the VBKÖ (Austrian Association of Women Artists), where she was chairperson from 2011–2013. She began working with the eipcp as a researcher and co-editor of the multilingual web journal transversal during the research project Creating Worlds (2009–2012). Her writing, research, lectures, and artistic work deal with the topics of migration; knowledge production and educational policies; mechanisms of appropriation and privatization of structures such as education, culture, the body, and land; and perspectives for translocal solidarity. She has been actively involved in knowledge-based social movements in Europe and abroad. She has authored numerous articles on these topics, co-edited several anthologies, and translates from Croatian/Bosnian/Serbian and German to English. She is the author of Struggles for Living Learning (2016).