Jelena Prtoric

Jelena Prtoric is a journalist reporting (mostly) from south-eastern Europe. She holds a Master's degree in Journalism from Sciences Po journalism school in Paris, and has worked for various print, web and radio outlets in French, English and Croatian. Her interests include creative technologies, theatre, graphic novels and all things Soviet. You can follow her on Twitter here.

In Croatia and Serbia, a new wave of drag queens is kicking against the pricks

In Croatia and Serbia, a new wave of drag queens is kicking against the pricks

Hidden charms: your guide to Zagreb, the up-and-coming Balkan capital you need to visit

Hidden charms: your guide to Zagreb, the up-and-coming Balkan capital you need to visit

Letter from Pristina: searching for identity in the capital of Europe’s newest state

Letter from Pristina: searching for identity in the capital of Europe’s newest state

Her story: how female directors have redefined gender in Croatian cinema

Her story: how female directors have redefined gender in Croatian cinema

Performing the political: the Croatian artists staging public resistance to injustice

Performing the political: the Croatian artists staging public resistance to injustice

Melania Trump: is the First Lady a victim of anti-eastern European prejudice?

Melania Trump: is the First Lady a victim of anti-eastern European prejudice?

Revolutionary road: how activist choirs in the Balkans are reviving partisan songs

Revolutionary road: how activist choirs in the Balkans are reviving partisan songs