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Published on Nov 15, 2016
Interview with Katerina Kolozova, lecturer at Summer School for Sexualities, Cultures and Politics 2016. Kolozova is director and senior researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje (www.isshs.edu.mk), and professor of philosophy, gender studies and sociological theory at the University American College-Skopje. She holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and besides in her home institution, she also teaches at several universities in Former Yugoslavia and Bulgaria (Universities of Skopje, Sarajevo, Belgrade and Sofia). During 2008-2009, Katerina Kolozova was a visiting scholar at the Department of Rhetoric-Program of Critical Theory at the University of California-Berkeley. She is the author of “Toward a Radical Metaphysics of Socialism: Marx and Laruelle,” New York: Punctum Books, 2015. Her previous publications include: "The Cut of The Real: Subjectivity in Poststructuralist Philosophy," New York: Columbia University Press, 2014, "The Lived Revolution: Solidarity with the Body in Pain as the New Political Universal" (2010; in English), "The Real and 'I': On the Limit and the Self" (2006; in English), "Conversations with Judith Butler: The Crisis of the Subject" with Judith Butler and Zarko Trajanovski (2002 in English and in Macedonian), "The Death and the Greeks: On Tragic Concepts of Death from Antiquity to Modernity" (2000 in Macedonian), and editor of a number of books from the fields of gender studies and feminist theory, among which the latest co-edited together with Svetlana Slapshak and Jelisaveta Blagojevic "Gender and Identity: Theories from/on Southeastern Europe," Belgrade: Belgrade Women’s Studies and Gender Research Center and Athena Network, 2006 (in English). She is also Editor in Chief of the Journal in Politics, Gender and Culture “Identities,” member of the Non-Philosophical Society (ONPHI), of AOIFE and the European Network for Gender and Women’s Studies - ATHENA (now AtGender).