CURRICULUM VITAE (pdf)
Predrag Krstić is the research associate at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade, and PhD Professor at the Faculty of Media and Communications, Singidunum University, Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, where he also obtained his PhD in Philosophy. He had been employed as a professor of philosophy in secondary schools for thirteen years. Fields of his proficiency include critical theory, modern theory of the subject, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of Enlightenment and philosophy of education. Fields of his current professional interest includes contemporary philosophical, social, anthropological and educational theory, aesthetics, literary criticism, radical textual practices and popular culture studies. In addition to eleven books and numerous articles, monographic studies and editorial contributions in academic publications, he is also the author of one novel and two books of poetry.
The enlightenment dispute: history and modernity of a controversy
Philosophy, University of Belgrade, 2014.
MASTER’S AND OTHER POSTGRADUATE QUALIFICATIONS
Adorno’s critique of the philosophy of subject
Philosophy, University of Belgrade, 2004.
The logic of decomposition and redemption in Theodore V. Adorno’s Negative Dialectics
Philosophy, University of Belgrade, 1991.
Other Professional Activities
Researcher at the integral and interdisciplinary research project “Studying climate change and its influence on environment: impacts, adaptation and mitigation” – subproject: “Ethics and Environmental Politics: Institutions, Techniques and Norms in the Challenge of Changing the Natural Environment”, within the project cycle of Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.
Member of Serbian Philosophical Society.