Katerina (Katarina) Kolozova, PhD. is the director of the Institute in Social Sciences and Humanities-Skopje and a professor of philosophy, epistemology and gender studies at ISSHS and also at the University American College, Skopje and a visiting professor at Arizona State University-Center for Philosophical Technologies. She is also visiting professor at several universities in Southeastern Europe, most notably at the Department of Political Studies of FMK-Belgrade. In 2009, Kolozova was a visiting scholar at the Department of Rhetoric (Program of Critical Theory) at the University of California-Berkeley, under peer supervision of prof. Judith Butler. Katerina Kolozova was a Columbia University NY-SIPA Visiting Scholar at its Paris Global Centre in 2019 working on issues of authoritarianism and feminism in Europe. Author of the books: Cut of the Real: Subjectivity in Poststucturalist Philosophy (Columbia University Press, 2014), Toward a Radical Metaphysics of Socialism: Marx and Laruelle (Brooklyn New York: Punctum Books, 2015), After the ‘Speculative Turn’: Realism, Philosophy, and Feminism (co-author, Brooklyn New York: Punctum Books 2016) and Capitalism’s Holocaust of Animals: Non-Philosophical Critique of the Automata of Capital and Patriarchy (London UK: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019). Her articles and chapter published in the last few years are: Chapter 9 “Poststructuralism” in the Oxford Handbook for Feminist Philosophy (Oxford UK: Oxford University Press, 2021) and Kolozova, Katerina (2023). “The Ebb of the Old Liberal Order and the Horizon of New Possibilities for Freedom,” In Adrian Parr & Santiago Zabala (eds.), Outspoken: A Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century (Toronto CA: McGill-Queen’s University Press), pp. 39-46. She is also the author of numerous interdisciplinary policy studies dedicated to the issues of “illiberal democracy,” partocratic mechanisms of state-capture in “hybrid regimes,” policy critique of repressive technocracy in the legislation of the authoritarian neoliberal post-socialist states in Europe.
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