Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture

Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture is an open access peer-reviewed international journal. Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture is an open access peer-reviewed international journal that seeks to serve as a platform for the theoretical production of Southeastern Europe and enable its visibility and an opening for international debate with authors from both the “intellectual centers” and the “intellectual margins” of the world.

It is particularly interested in promoting theoretical investigations which see issues of politics, gender and culture as inextricably interrelated. It is open to all theoretical strands, to all schools and non-schools of thought without prioritizing any of the canonical Masters of philosophy. It does not seek doctrinal consistency, but it seeks consistency in rigor of investigation which can comb

It is particularly interested in promoting theoretical investigations which see issues of politics, gender and culture as inextricably interrelated. It is open to all theoretical strands, to all schools and non-schools of thought without prioritizing any of the canonical Masters of philosophy. It does not seek doctrinal consistency, but it seeks consistency in rigor of investigation which can comb

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CALL FOR ENROLLMENT IN SMR’S INTENSIVE STUDY COURSES—FALL SEMESTER: OCTOBER 1ST, 2021-JANUARY 15TH, 2022

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SMR is proud to present the call for enrollment for its Fall Semester intensive study courses. If you follow the link below you will find all of the information on the courses, including the application form. Applicants have until September 9th (2021) to apply, so don't miss your chance! The following illustrious lecturers will be teaching courses: Achille Mbembe, Amanda Beech, Anne-Françoise Schmid, Paul Cockshott, Katerina Kolozova and Thomas Nail.

https://www.schoolformaterialistresearch.org/news/call-for-enrollment-in-smrs-intensive-study-courses-fall-semester-october-1st-2021-january-15th-2022

SMR is an international platform, founded by the Center for Philosophical Technologies at Arizona State University, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje, Department for Architecture...

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» SCHOOL FOR POLITICS AND CRITIQUE 2021: “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM”
13/07/2021
» SCHOOL FOR POLITICS AND CRITIQUE 2021: “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM”

» SCHOOL FOR POLITICS AND CRITIQUE 2021: “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM”

SCHOOL FOR POLITICS AND CRITIQUE 2021: “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM” School for politics and Critique 2021 “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM: ESTABALISHING A UNIFIED FRONT THROUGH ECO-SCOCIALISM, MARXIST FEMINISM AND CRITIQUES OF AUTHORITARIANISM.” Lect...

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02/07/2021
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Subscribe to School of Materialist Research YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsVGCswNTPYp32-9FF85LjA to find all of the uploads the promotional series. Soon we'll announce the autumn program: parts of it will be institutionally embedded for 4 ECTS/2 US credits, other talks will run for free as per the Spring model.

The School of Materialist Research (SMR) is an informal graduate and post-doc level program that offers seminars and workshops that address the materialisms ...

Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture is excited to announce a new book available for Review: Art and Cos...
22/06/2021

Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture is excited to announce a new book available for Review: Art and Cosmotechnics by Yuk Hui (University of Minnesota Press and E-flux). If you are interested in reviewing this book you can send us an email directly at: [email protected]

Likewise, you can find the submission guidelines on the Identities website here: http://identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/about/submissions

Description of the Book: Charting a course through Greek tragic thought, cybernetic logic, and the aesthetics of Chinese landscape painting (shanshui— mountain and water painting), Art and Cosmotechnics addresses the challenge to art and philosophy posed by contemporary technological transformation. How might a renewed understanding of the varieties of experience of art be possible in the face of discourses surrounding artificial intelligence and robotics? Departing from Hegel’s thesis on the end of art and Heidegger’s assertion of the end of philosophy, Art and Cosmotechnics travels an unfamiliar trajectory of thought to arrive at a new relation between art and technology.

Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture is excited to announce a new book available for Review: Art and Cosmotechnics by Yuk Hui (University of Minnesota Press and E-flux). If you are interested in reviewing this book you can send us an email directly at: [email protected]

Likewise, you can find the submission guidelines on the Identities website here: http://identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/about/submissions

Description of the Book: Charting a course through Greek tragic thought, cybernetic logic, and the aesthetics of Chinese landscape painting (shanshui— mountain and water painting), Art and Cosmotechnics addresses the challenge to art and philosophy posed by contemporary technological transformation. How might a renewed understanding of the varieties of experience of art be possible in the face of discourses surrounding artificial intelligence and robotics? Departing from Hegel’s thesis on the end of art and Heidegger’s assertion of the end of philosophy, Art and Cosmotechnics travels an unfamiliar trajectory of thought to arrive at a new relation between art and technology.

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The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje, with support from Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe, is ...
01/06/2021
» SCHOOL FOR POLITICS AND CRITIQUE 2021: “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM”

The Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje, with support from Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe, is proud to announce the call for applicants for the School for Politics and Critique 2021: “Climate Justice in an Age of Unbridled Capitalism: Establishing a Unified Front Through Eco-socialism, Marxist Feminism and Critiques of Authoritarianism.” This year’s School will take place between September 10-12, 2021, in Skopje, North Macedonia, as well as online, and will feature talks from the following keynote speakers: Blair Taylor, Zdravko Saveski, Ivana Dragshich, and Yavor Tarinski. Those interested, and who are from Southeast and wider Europe are eligible to apply and can find out more, and see the full call and the application form on the link below to the ISSHS website: http://www.isshs.edu.mk/spc21/

SCHOOL FOR POLITICS AND CRITIQUE 2021: “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM” School for politics and Critique 2021 “CLIMATE JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF UNBRIDLED CAPITALISM: ESTABALISHING A UNIFIED FRONT THROUGH ECO-SCOCIALISM, MARXIST FEMINISM AND CRITIQUES OF AUTHORITARIANISM.” Lect...

Read online Saša Kesić's review of Marina Gržinić, Jovita Pristovšek, and Sophie Uitz (Editors), Opposing Colonialism, A...
09/05/2021
Saša Kesić - Towards Marina Gržinić, Jovita Pristovšek, and Sophie Uitz (Eds.), Opposing Colonialism, Antisemitism, and Turbo-Nationalism: Rethinking the Past for New Conviviality | Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture

Read online Saša Kesić's review of Marina Gržinić, Jovita Pristovšek, and Sophie Uitz (Editors), Opposing Colonialism, Antisemitism, and Turbo-Nationalism: Rethinking the Past for New Conviviality (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020)

https://identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/sasakesic

Marina Gržinić, Jovita Pristovšek, and Sophie Uitz (Editors), Opposing Colonialism, Antisemitism, and Turbo-Nationalism: Rethinking the Past for New Conviviality (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020)

Greetings everyone, we are happy to announce that we now have an official page for the School of Materialist Re...
08/05/2021
PROMOTIONAL SEMINARS: SPRING/SUMMER 2021 [free of charge]

Greetings everyone, we are happy to announce that we now have an official page for the School of Materialist Research where you can keep up to date with all of the relevant information for the School: https://www.facebook.com/SMResearch

As most of you probably already know by now, the School is a new and informal graduate and post-doc level program that offers seminars and workshops that address the materialisms running through contemporary science, philosophy, art, mathematics, design, architecture, and politics, and is hosting a series of (free) promotional seminars in the Spring/Summer which you can sign up for here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/promotional-seminars-springsummer-2021-free-of-charge-tickets-150493011649?fbclid=IwAR3PIr0Pe5ZULBq2Wj4T_24GywP04_alRzh4eTaHKfT4wEWje5MNAHe8ync

PROMOTIONAL SEMINARS: SPRING/SUMMER 2021 /All seminars for the months of May and June are free of charge/

We are pleased to share the registration links for the upcoming (free) promotional seminars for the School of Materialis...
07/05/2021

We are pleased to share the registration links for the upcoming (free) promotional seminars for the School of Materialist Research that are taking place in the Spring/Summer. You can find and register for any and all of the lectures here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/promotional-seminars-springsummer-2021-free-of-charge-tickets-150493011649

The first cluster of lectures will be taking place on May 21 and May 22 at 18:30 CET, with talks by Paul Cockshott and Greg Michaelson. I highly encourage everyone who is interested in participating to register, as there are a limited number of spots available for active participants. The events, however, will also be live streamed.
Some of the other confirmed speakers for the Spring/Summer series of seminars include: Ray Brassier, Anne-Françoise Schmid, John Ó Maoilearca, Guiseppe Longo, Agon Hamza, Adam Nocek, Katerina Kolozova, Vera Buhlman, Iris van der Tuin and many many more.​

The School of Materialist Research (SMR) is an informal graduate and post-doc level program that offers seminars and workshops that address the materialisms running through contemporary science, philosophy, art, mathematics, design, architecture, and politics. SMR is an international platform, founded by the Center for Philosophical Technologies at Arizona State University, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje and Department for Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics at TU Wien that functions as a global online school combining education, research, and mentorship to advance academic study at the intersection the Social Sciences and Humanities and the STEM sciences.

You can also find more information about at the school at: https://www.schoolformaterialistresearch.org/

We are pleased to share the registration links for the upcoming (free) promotional seminars for the School of Materialist Research that are taking place in the Spring/Summer. You can find and register for any and all of the lectures here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/promotional-seminars-springsummer-2021-free-of-charge-tickets-150493011649

The first cluster of lectures will be taking place on May 21 and May 22 at 18:30 CET, with talks by Paul Cockshott and Greg Michaelson. I highly encourage everyone who is interested in participating to register, as there are a limited number of spots available for active participants. The events, however, will also be live streamed.
Some of the other confirmed speakers for the Spring/Summer series of seminars include: Ray Brassier, Anne-Françoise Schmid, John Ó Maoilearca, Guiseppe Longo, Agon Hamza, Adam Nocek, Katerina Kolozova, Vera Buhlman, Iris van der Tuin and many many more.​

The School of Materialist Research (SMR) is an informal graduate and post-doc level program that offers seminars and workshops that address the materialisms running through contemporary science, philosophy, art, mathematics, design, architecture, and politics. SMR is an international platform, founded by the Center for Philosophical Technologies at Arizona State University, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje and Department for Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics at TU Wien that functions as a global online school combining education, research, and mentorship to advance academic study at the intersection the Social Sciences and Humanities and the STEM sciences.

You can also find more information about at the school at: https://www.schoolformaterialistresearch.org/

CALL FOR PAPERS: IDENTITIES, VOL. 18, No. 1-2 (2021): "REIMAGING THE FUTURE IN AN EXHAUSTED PRESENT.”We are proud and ex...
11/04/2021
Call for Papers: Identities, Vol. 18, No. 1-2 (2021): Reimagining the Future in an Exhausted Present | Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture

CALL FOR PAPERS: IDENTITIES, VOL. 18, No. 1-2 (2021): "REIMAGING THE FUTURE IN AN EXHAUSTED PRESENT.”

We are proud and excited to announce a call for papers for our latest issue of Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender, and Culture, Vol.18, No. 1-2 “Reimagining the Future in an Exhausted Present.”

Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender, and Culture is currently seeking well developed, publishable articles, essays and reviews for our newest issue. This Issue of Identities will focus on envisioning and responding to radically re-imagined realities in the fields of politics, science, and philosophy, which are adequate for understanding and affecting the world we live in. More specifically, we are asking for submissions which fit within the scope of one or more of the following topics: New Materialism, Feminist Materialism, Philosophy of Science, Universalism, Identity Politics, and Climate Change Studies, including the differing methods for mobilizing and combatting against it.

If you follow the link below you will find all of the technical details concerning the timeline of the call. Likewise, if you wish to make a submission you can do so here, on the Identities website, where you can also find all of the technical requirements concerning your submissions: https://identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/information/authors

If you have any further questions feel free to email us at: [email protected]

Call for Papers: Identities, Vol. 18, No. 1-2 (2021): Reimagining the Future in an Exhausted Present 2021-03-17 Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender, and Culture is announcing a new CFP for our next Issue: Vol. 18, No. 1-2 (2021). Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender, and Culture is currentl...

May series: dates and line-up, soon to be followed by a list of people that will be speaking in June (Adam Nocek, Guisep...
11/04/2021

May series: dates and line-up, soon to be followed by a list of people that will be speaking in June (Adam Nocek, Guiseppe Longo, Ben Woodard, Vera Buehlmann, Yvette Granata and more)
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May series: dates and line-up, soon to be followed by a list of people that will be speaking in June (Adam Nocek, Guiseppe Longo, Ben Woodard, Vera Buehlmann, Yvette Granata and more)
https://www.schoolformaterialistresearch.org/

First three clusters of seminars​Spring/Summer 2021: Seminars of SMR, public and free of charge.Cluster 1 May 21-22, 202...
08/04/2021
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First three clusters of seminars
​Spring/Summer 2021: Seminars of SMR, public and free of charge.
Cluster 1 May 21-22, 2021: Computing, Mathematics, and Capital
18.30 CET/12.30 EST
Paul Cockshott, “Materialism, Turing, and Math”
Greg Michaelson, “Mesolithic Capitalism”
RSVP at: May 18th 2021
Cluster 2 May 24-27, 2021: Materialism in Philosophy and Non-philosophy: Marxian, Scientific and Artistic Perspectives
18.30 CET/12.30 EST
John Ó Maoilearca: “Matter, the Meta-spiritual, and the Forgotten Bergson” (24th)
Anne-Françoise Schmid "Is there a field for philosophy?"
Ray Brassier, “The Antinomies of Progress: Adorno and Marcuse” (27th)
RSVP at: May 20th 2021
Cluster 3 May 28th-29th, 2021: Hegel and Materialism
18.30 CET/12.30 EST
Agon Hamza "Reading Hegel" (28th)
Katerina Kolozova "Marx vs. Hegel" (29th)
RSVP at: May 25th 2021

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Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture is an open access peer-reviewed international journal that seeks to serve as a platform for the theoretical production of Southeastern Europe and enable its visibility and an opening for international debate with authors from both the “intellectual centers” and the “intellectual margins” of the world. It is particularly interested in promoting theoretical investigations which see issues of politics, gender and culture as inextricably interrelated. It is open to all theoretical strands, to all schools and non-schools of thought without prioritizing any of the canonical Masters of philosophy. It does not seek doctrinal consistency, but it seeks consistency in rigor of investigation which can combine frameworks of interpretation derived from various and sometimes opposed schools of thought. Our passion is one for topics rather than philosophical masters.

Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture was founded in 2001 by Katerina Kolozova and Žarko Trajanoski, as a project supported by the Swedish Foundation Kvinna till Kvinna, carried out by the Research Center for Gender Studies which functioned as autonomous project of the OSI within the framework of the International Center for European Culture - Euro-Balkan. In the year 2007 it continued to be published by Euro-Balkan Press. After a hiatus of almost two years, the founders have decided to continue the publication of the journal with a new publisher - the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje.

Identities is generally published once a year, releasing two numbers in a single volume. Identities is published in Skopje, Macedonia, by the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje. Identities is a member of CEEOL. Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture (print) ISSN 1409-9268 Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture (online) ISSN 1857-8616 EDITORS Katerina Kolozova, executive editor and founder Žarko Trajanoski, executive editor and founder EDITORIAL OFFICE Stanimir Panayotov, editorial manager [email protected] Risto Aleksovski, editorial assistant [email protected] ADVISORY BOARD Senka Anastasova, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje Rosi Braidotti, Utrecht University Judith Butler, University of California, Berkeley Joan Copjec, Brown University Creston Davis, Global Center for Advanced Studies, Dublin Akis Gavrillidis, University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki Marina Gržinić, Slovenian Academy of Science and Art, Ljubljana Jack Halberstam, University of Southern California Dona Kolar-Panov, International Balkan University, Skopje François Laruelle, University of Paris Ouest, Nanterre La Défense Paris X Artan Sadiku, independent researcher, Skopje/Tirana Svetlana Slapšak, Institute for Balkan and Mediterranean Studies and Cultures, Ljubljana

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