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Director of the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory from 2011
CURRICULUM VITAE (pdf)
3 May – 4 May 2018 – CFS Workshop (University of Copenhagen)
Berlin, 2018, Mar 15, Thu — 2018, Mar 17, Sat, Resituating Balibar/Wallerstein‘s “Race, Nation, Class”
Ljubljana, 22 mart 2018 Hegel and Police (What is a Police?)
March 5-6 2018 – First IRCECP Research Workshop (University San Raffaele, Milano)
Program First IRCECP Research Workshop
Petar Bojanić received his BA and MA from Belgrade University, his MA from EHESS (Paris) and PhD from Paris 10. He has taught at Cornell, Aberdeen, and Belgrade Universities. From 2011 he is Director of the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory of the University of Belgrade.
Research Expertise and Interest:
Philosophy (Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Phenomenology, Social Ontology, Jewish Political Tradition)
(2018) Violence and Messianism. Jewish Philosophy and the Great Conflicts of the 20th Century (prev. E. Đorđević) [Nasilje i mesijanizam. Jevrejska filozofija i veliki sukobi 20. veka], London – New York, Routledge, 128.
2017) Насилие и мессианизм (пер. Ольга Волчек) [Violence and Messianism], Екатеринбург, Кабинетный ученый, 224.
(2017) (sa V. Đokić) Peter Eisenman. In Dialogue with Architects and Philosophers [Piter Ajzenman. U dijalogu sa arhitektama i filozofima], Milano, Mimesis International, 262.
(2017) „Публичный городской ангажирований философ. Јавлается ли философия по необходимости только городской философией (философией города)? [Public urban engaging philosopher. Is philosophy necessarily only a city philosophy (the philosophy of the city)?]”, Вестник Санкт-Петербургского Университета, Санкт-Петербург, Vol. 33, n. 1, 4–13.
Head of the project Post imperial Situation between two Wars: War, Responsibility, Identity (Russian Science Foundation, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, scientific project cycle 2017 – 2019).
Head of subproject Ethics and Environmental Politics: Institutions, Techniques and Norms in the Challenge of Changing the Natural Environment, as part of the larger project Studying Climate Change and its Influence on Environment: Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation (Ministry of Science of the Republic of Serbia; Priority Area 3: Environmental Protection and Climate Change, scientific project cycle 2011 – 2017).
Director of the Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy
Director of the Center for Advanced Studies – South East Europe, University of Rijeka
International University College of Turin
Philosophy PhD Programme University of Rijeka