Dolar Mladen

Mladen Dolar (Ljubljana, 1951) is a philosopher and theorist of culture, as well as film critic. Since 1984 he has been working at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana, where he still works as a professor and researcher. He is frequently lecturing at European and American universities. From 2010 to 2012 he was research adviser at the Academy Jan van Eyck in the Netherlands, while in 2013 he was visiting professor at the University of Chicago. He has published numerous works in a number of languages, including ten or more books in Slovenian and several in English, most notably A Voice and Nothing More (MIT 2006, translated into six languages, [Serbian edition: Glas i ništa više, Fedon 2012]). Two of his new books will be published next year in English.

October 2, 2014
Belgrade Cultural Centre

Screening of Ernst Lubitsch’s To Be or Not to Be (1942)
Mladen Dolar’s lecture: To Be or Not to Be? No, Thank You!
Participants in the debate: Iva Nenić and Petar Bojanić

October 3, 2014
Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory
Lecture Mimesis and Ideology – From Plato to Althusser
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