Institute Of Critical Philosophy

Anna Chromik


Anna Chromik, PhD is a lecturer in cultural and literary theory at the Institute of English Cultures and Literatures, University of Silesia, Poland. Her research focuses on theories of corporealized subjectivity, relations between trauma, resistance and vulnerability in body art and theory, and discourses of maternity in gender theory. Recent publications include: “Tender Fluid Machines,” […]

Mohammed Elnaiem



Nina Polachek

Graduate Researcher

Nina Polachek is a classically trained Soprano and lover of philosophy—a singer-philosopher–currently living in Boston and pursuing a PhD in Humanities through AMEU/GCAS. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from Rollins College, working closely with Creston Davis on the possibility of translating the performance experience of the artist into the language of […]

Hekatherina Delgado 


(1984) Artist, writer, activist and political scientist. Member of the Global Center for Advanced Studies since 2014. Studied Political Philosophy with Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales and is student of Master of Humanities from the Universidad de la República. Also is a member of the Integral in Aesthetics and Queer Studies training spaces that articulates the […]

Luce Irigaray


Professor Dr. Luce Irigaray

Joseph Camosy


Joseph Camosy is an independent researcher whose interests come from a wide variety of life and career experience in technology, art, and group facilitation. He was trained as an electrical engineer, receiving his B.E.E. from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Over a diverse thirty year engineering career he’s supervised the operation of naval nuclear reactors, […]

Srećko Horvat


Srećko Horvat (born 1983) is a philosopher, author and political activist. The German weekly Der Freitag described him as “one of the most exciting voices of his generation” and Hollywood director Oliver Stone called him “the charismatic Croatian philosopher.” He is the author of What Does Europe Want? The Union and Its Discontents (with Slavoj Zizek) and The Radicality […]

Manos Cížek

Visiting lecturer

Manos Cížek is an actor, film director and political activist, known for The Penal Colony (2015), The Winter (2013) and Red City (2012). He is an instructor of cinema at GCAS and a member of the Open Solidarity Initiative for the Struggle of the Workers of the Vio.Me. Factory in Thessaloniki. He was also involved […]

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