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Jasna Koteska (born 1970, Skopje) is a Macedonian writer, philosopher and academic. She is a Professor (Tenure) in humanities at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje. Koteska works with 19th-century philosophy, Psychoanalytic Theory, and Gender studies. She has published books on Søren Kierkegaard, Sigmund Freud, and on a variety of topics related to psychoanalytic theory and gender studies. Her books have been published in Washington, D.C., Toronto, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Sofia and Skopje. Her book Kierkegaard on Consumerism (Toronto & Ljubljana, 2016) received a 2017 Macedonian State Award for outstanding contribution in the field of science in the interest of the Republic of Macedonia. Her book Communist Intimacy (Washington, 2014) made it on to the European Society (Berlin and Paris) Author's Finnegan's List of 30 books for 2015. Her academic articles have been translated in several languages, including English, German, Slovenian, Serbian, Turkish, Bulgarian, Albanian, Hungarian, Greek, Slovakian, and Romanian. Koteska is editor for Kierkegaard Circle/Collection Aut at Trinity College Toronto, Canada and Central European Research Institute Soren Kierkegaard (CERI-SK), Ljubljana. She is coordinator of the Study Circle 8, Futures of Education in the Anthropocene (2021-2023) for the Nordic Summer University.
NSU, Study Circle 8: Diversity, Transformation, and the Future. Call for Papers, 3-5 March 2023, Aarhus Denmark

NSU, Study Circle 8: Diversity, Transformation, and the Future. Call for Papers, 3-5 March 2023, Aarhus Denmark

Call for Papers Theme: Diversity, Transformation, and the Future Winter Session, 2023, March 3rd to 5th At VIA University College, Aarhus, Denmark Nordisk Sommeruniversitet Nordic Summer University Study Circle 8: Futures of Education, Cultural Diversity, Imaginations and Collective Transformations in Time of the Anthropocene Call for Papers Theme: Diversity, Transformation, and the Future Winter Session, 2023, March 3rd to 5th At VIA University College, Aarhus, Denmark Description of theme: This Winter Session will discuss Theme 5: Diversity, Transformation, and the…

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