Dr. sc. Marija Ott Franolić

Marija Ott Franolić (1979.) diplomirala je komparativnu književnost i ruski jezik na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu, gdje je i doktorirala na Poslijediplomskom studiju književnosti, kulture, izvedbenih umjetnosti i filma, s temom „Svakodnevica u dnevniku Divne Zečević“. Članica je udruge Blaberon za poticanje čitanja i kritičkog mišljenja. U sklopu programa Udruge potiče čitanje u dječjim vrtićima, Knjižnici Medveščak (KGZ) i na Učiteljskom fakultetu u Zagrebu. Drži predavanja i edukacije o važnosti čitanja, osobito male djece. Bila je članica Povjerenstva za izradu Nacionalne strategije poticanja čitanja pri Ministarstvu kulture. Završila je obrazovni program Centra za ženske studije 2010. godine. Honorarno je radila kao novinarka u informativnom programu Hrvatske radiotelevizije. Govori engleski, njemački i ruski jezik. Područja interesa: poticanje čitanja, povezanost čitanja i kritičkog mišljenja, obrazovne politike, ženska povijest i svakodnevica, te ženski privatni tekstovi. Piše znanstvene tekstove i popularne članke. Autorica je knjige Dnevnik ustremljen nedostižnom: svakodnevica u ženskim zapisima (Disput, 2016.).

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MARIJA OTT FRANOLIĆ, Ph.D.  

Marija Ott Franolić (1979) is an independent researcher. She graduated from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, majoring in Russian language and Comparative Literature. She completed her Ph.D. in the programme of Postgraduate studies of literature, culture, performance arts and film on the same university, with the thesis dedicated to exploring women’s everyday lives, based on their diaries and autobiographies, The Everyday Life in the Diary of Divna Zečević. She is actively involved in the projects of the NGO Blaberon, aimed at encouraging reading and critical thinking. As a member of Blaberon, she promotes reading in cooperation with The City Library „Medveščak“ and The Faculty of Teacher Education in Zagreb, educating the public about the relevance of reading, especially to the young children. Also, she was a member of The Comitee for the Development of National strategy for the Promotion of Reading at The Croatian Ministry of Culture. She completed the educational programme of The Centre for Women´s Studies in 2010. She worked part-time as journalist in the Informative programme of The Croatian Radio-Television. She speaks English, German and Russian. Her interests include the development of reading habits in younger children, the connection between reading and critical thinking, the influence of reading on our personality, feminism, women’s history, cultural studies, and women’s literature. She is the author of several scientific and popular articles, and has published the book Dnevnik ustremljen nedostižnom: svakodnevnica u ženskim zapisima (Disput 2016) about women’s everyday lives and their autobiographical texts.

Bibliography: http://bib.irb.hr/lista-radova?autor=344684

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