"Switzerland Has Run Out of Steam on Its Way to Multiculturalism": An Interview with Dragica RajČiĆ

Schallié, Charlotte; Fritze, Christine
December 2010
Women in German Yearbook;2010, Vol. 26, p146
Academic Journal
The article profiles Dragica RajČiĆ an author in Switzerland. It states that she was born in Split, Croatia in 1959 and relocated to St. Gallen, Switzerland. Her first collection of German poetry has acknowledged her as an immigrant writer. She founded the "Glas Kastela," journal in 1988. It also mentions that she is a recipient of a number of literary prizes and awards including the Adelbert von Chamisso Prize, the Meran Poetry Prize, and a work grant by the Swiss Arts Council.


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