Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences




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Helen Petrovsky

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Head of the Department of Aesthetics, Institute of Philosophy, RAS (2012 – to the present).

 

PhD – “The Problem of War and Peace in Contemporary American Political Thinking (A Philosophical Inquiry into the Political Imaginary)”, Institute of Philosophy, USSR Academy of Sciences (1988)

 

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0000-0001-7189-4337

 

W-7176-2018

 

26221892200

 

Major fields of interest

 contemporary philosophy, aesthetics, visual studies, American literature and culture

 

Publications 

  • Art of the Passing Moment: The Anti-Projective Nature of Prigov’s Utopia // Actographe. Revue de sciences humaines, sociales et politiques: Arts, Langages et Frontières. 2017. № 1. P. 11–28. URLhttp://www.actographe.eu/izd/2017_1_1/2017-1-Petrovsky.pdf
  • Maidan: Challenge of the Common. Guest Editor’s Introduction // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2016. Vol. 54. № 3. P. 177–184.
  • The Future – Mediator or Participant? // Russian Studies in Philosophy. 2016. Vol. 54. № 3. P. 233–238.
  • The Maidan as Multitude // Fieldsights – Hot Spots. Cultural Anthropology Online, by Nancy Ries. October 28, 2014.
  • Verloren in der Zeit. Boris Mikhailovs Studien des Sowjetischen // Boris Mikhailov. Bücher / Books / I.Schube (Hg.). Köln, 2013. S. 143–156. (ISBN 978-3-86335-303-2, http://d-nb.info/1031398457/04).
  • Boris Mikhailov: Towards a New Universality // Everything Was Moving: Photography from the 60s and 70s / Ed.: K. Bush. London: Barbican Art Gallery, 2012. P. 184–185.
  • Matter and Memory in Photography // The Archive as Project / Archiwum jako projekt / Ed. / red.: K. Pijarski. Warszawa: Archeologia Fotografii, 2011. P. 92–105 
  • Das Unübersetzbare in der Übersetzung // Kultur und/als Übersetzung. Russisch-deutsche Beziehungen im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert / Ch. Engel, B. Menzel (Hg.). Berlin: Frank & Timme, 2011. S. 319–338.

 

 

 

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