Mi az Archívummal vagyunk. És ti?

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„A cselekedni akaró embernek a cselekvési lehetősége természetesen nem óriási nagy. Viszont nem létezik olyan idő, ahol valamit csinálni ne lehetne.” (Lukács György)

Május 24-én az utolsó, huszonnyolc éve ott dolgozó munkatársat kitiltották az MTA Lukács Archívumból. A kutatás felszámolása és a kéziratok elszállítása után ezzel a döntéssel az egyetlen világhírű magyar filozófus 1972 óta működő archívumát zárja be az Magyar Tudományos Akadémia – saját könyvtárának vezényletével – a korábbi nemzetközi és hazai tiltakozás ellenére. A zárak lecserélésével nemzetközi érdeklődést és kutatókat vonzó helyként az Archívum megszűnt.

Az Archívum megmentésére alakult Lukács Archívum Nemzetközi Alapítvány még küzd a filozófus hagyatékának egyben tartásáért – a siker minimális reményével. Mellettük állunk mi is, akik kutatásaink során élveztük az Archívum segítségét és támogatását, akik hozzáférhettünk az ott őrzött nyomtatott és kéziratos anyagokhoz, akiknek elkerülhetetlenül szükségünk van a jövőben is erre vagy akik nagyra tartjuk azoknak a tudósoknak a munkáját, akiknek lehetőségük volt az Archívummal kapcsolatban állni.

Ismételten felszólítjuk ezért az MTA és könyvtára felelős vezetőit, hogy vonják vissza döntésüket, amely nem csupán ellehetetlenítené, de felmérhetetlen károkat is okozna a kutatásnak.

Juttasd el ezt a tiltakozást minél több szervezethez és/vagy magánszemélyhez, mivel több tiltakozásra talán már lehetőség sem lesz, tekintve, hogy az Archívum gyakorlatilag a teljes megszűnés határát érte el!

A csatlakozási szándékot a muvesz.felelos.szolidaris@gmail.com mailcímre küldött üzenettel tudjátok jelezni.

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  328. Raju J Das, York University, Toronto
  329. Smaran Dayal, Ph.D. candidate, New York University
  330. J. Todd Dean, MD, American Psychoanalytic Association
  331. Dr. Sharae Deckard, Assistant Professor, School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin
  332. Daniel Menezes Delfino, Socialist militant, São Paulo, Brasil
  333. Professor Emerita Irene Delic (The Ohio State University), Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  334. Franky Demoulin, artist
  335. Professor Juarez Duayer, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  336. Byron Davies, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute for Philosophical Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  337. Chuck Davis, Professor of Labor Studies, Indiana University, USA
  338. Dr. Donagh Davis, Sciences Po, Paris
  339. Jason Dawsey, Ph.D., DPAA Special Projects Historian in Residence, Institute for the Study of War and Democracy, The National World War II Museum, New Orleans
  340. Sobhanlal Datta Gupta, Former Surendra Nath Banerjee Professor of Political Science, University of Calcutta, INDIA
  341. Forrest Deacon, Graduate Student, Department of Politics, The New School for Social Research
  342. Malcolm Deans, Public Service Association, delegate / secretary, Unions Otago Dunedin, New Zealand
  343. Elizabeth Dee
  344. Ekaterina Degot, Director and Chief Curator, steirischerherbst, Graz, Austria
  345. Miguel João Costa Pavão Delgado
  346. Francesca Della Ventura, Ph.D. Candidate in Art History at the University of Cologne
  347. Jean-Philippe Deranty, Philosophy, Macquarie University
  348. Jan Derry, Professor of Philosophy of Education, UCL Institute of Education, University College London
  349. Rahul Dev, Art Historian, New Delhi
  350. Joshua Dimakakos, Toronto, ON
  351. Ziya Dincsoy, Izmir, Turkey
  352. Caterina Diotto, PhDs Università degli Studi di Verona, Comunità filosofica Diotima
  353. Selma Muhic Dizdarevic, Charles University, Prague
  354. Leonora Djament, Publisher and teacher at the Buenos Aires University
  355. Prof. Dr. Nina A. Dmitrieva, Moscow Pedagogical State University, Academia Kantiana, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University
  356. Corina Dobos, researcher, University of Bucharest, Romania
  357. Stephan Dobson, York University
  358. Jason Doerre, Trinity College
  359. Dr. Sevgi Doğan, visiting fellow in Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy
  360. M.Sc.-Psych. Thomas Dojan, University Hospital of Cologne/ Husserl Archive Cologne (Germany)
  361. Maria Domene-Danés, PhD., Department of Art History, Indiana University Bloomington
  362. José Maurício Domingues, Social Studies, IESP-UERJ, Brazil; Annelise Mayer Research Preis, A. von Humboldt Stiftung, Germany, 2012-2023.
  363. Donkó Erika
  364. Leandro Nunes, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
  365. Pinar Donmez
  366. Prof.Dr. Maarten Doorman, Dep. Philosophy, Maastricht University and Dep. Political History, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  367. Dr. James F. Dorahy, Tutor, Philosophy Department, The University of Sydney
  368. Márton Dornbach (Johns Hopkins University)
  369. Gordon Douglas, San José State University, California
  370. Eleni Douzlatzi, MS Student in Philosophie, University of Crete
  371. Susana Draper, Comparative Literature, Princeton University
  372. Gavra Dražić, Professor of Serbian Language, Gymnasium of Karlovci, Sremski Karlovci, Serbia (Гавра Дражић, професор српског језика, Карловачка гимназија, Сремски Карловци, Србија)
  373. Kai Dröge, Institute for Social Research, Frankfurt, Germany and Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland
  374. Ralph Dumain, Independent Scholar; C.L.R. James Institute
  375. Geoff Dunlop, Artist Curator, England
  376. Anne-Marie Durand, Visual Artist from the Netherlands
  377. Fabio Akcelrud Durão
  378. Nick Dyer-Witheford, Associate Professor, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  379. Dr. Ofer Dynes, McGill University
  380. Lukasz Dziedzic, PhD Researcher, Tilburg University
  381. Natalia Echeverri
  382. Martina Ebert, Ph.D., Senior Director, Foundation Relations and Strategic Initiatives, Pomona College
  383. Dr. Andrew Edgar, Philosophy School of English, Communication and Philosophy (ENCAP), Cardiff University
  384. Jack Robert Edmunds-Coopey, English Literature and History (B.A), University of Leicester, Intellectual History (MLitt), University of St Andrews, German Literature and Continental Philosophy (PhD Candidate), Durham University
  385. Thomas W Edminster, Retired, high school teacher, Social Sciences, English, English as a Second Language, Abraham Lincoln High School, United Educators of San Francisco – Retired Division (AFT-NEA)
  386. Thomas Edson, Professor, Dept. of English, Literature & Journalism, Mt. San Antonio College
  387. Prof. Dr. Sebastian Egenhofer, Institutsvorstand, Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Universität Wien
  388. Josef Ehrenmüller, Wien
  389. Barry Eidlin, Assistant Professor of Sociology, McGill University
  390. Andrea Reyes Elizondo, Researcher & PhD candidate, Leiden University
  391. David Elliott, Vice-Director and Senior Curator, RMCA Guangzhou​, China ​
  392. Professor Ziad Elmarsafy, Department of Comparative Literature, King’s College London
  393. Wolf Elz
  394. Pär Engholm, Dept of Sociology, Uppsala University
  395. Eörsi Anna, művészettörténész
  396. Haris Epaminonda, artist, Berlin
  397. Dan Erdman, Media Burn Archive, USA
  398. Élise Escalle – PhD student, Université Paris Nanterre (HAR – ED 138)
  399. Manuel Heras Escribano, Juan de la Cierva-Formación Postdoctoral Fellow, IAS – Center for Research on Life, Mind, and Society, Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science, University of the Basque Country (Spain)
  400. Ibrahim Esenergul (Ankara/Turkey)
  401. Dr. Patrick Eser, Universität Kassel, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
  402. Luis Caparrós Esperante, profesor at Universiy of A Coruña, Spain
  403. Bruna Esposito, Rome, Italy
  404. Erdődi Katalin, kurátor, steirischer herbst (Graz, Ausztria)
  405. Anna-Viktoria Eschbach
  406. Javier Flores Espinoza, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
  407. Thomas Estabrook, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  408. Ben Etherington, Senior Lecturer, Western Sydney University
  409. Prof. Dr. Anne Eusterschulte, Institut für Philosophie, Freie Universität Berlin
  410. Gareth Evans, Adjunct Moving Image Curator, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
  411. Dr. Nick Evans, Junior Research Fellow, Clare College, University of Cambridge
  412. David Evrard, Brussels, Belgium
  413. Dr. Tom Eyers, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Duquesne University
  414. Yuval Eylon (PhD), Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, The dept. of History, Philosophy and Judaic Studies, The Open University of Israel
  415. Jonathan Fabella
  416. Jack Faber, Sub Pacific Films
  417. Dr. Adam Fabry, CIECS-CONICET-UNC, Córdoba, Argentina
  418. Mark Facca, MA candidate, York University, Toronto, Canada
  419. Fiorenzo Fantaccini, Associate Professor in “English Literature”, Dipartimento di Lingue, letterature e studi interculturali, Università di Firenze, ITALY
  420. Sara Farah, PhD student at the University of Minnesota
  421. Farkas Márton, Harvard University
  422. Jim Farmelant, Independent scholar
  423. Anna Farr-Schertz, undergraduate student of Comparative Literature at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  424. Dr. Tobias Fasshauer, Universität der Künste Berlin
  425. Maura Favero, Ph.D. Contemporary Art History, Sapienza University, Rome
  426. Stefan Färber, Institute of Philosophy, Free University Berlin, Germany
  427. Silvia Federici, Hofstra University
  428. Andrew Feenberg
  429. Helen Fehervary, Academy Professor, Germanic Languages and Literatures, The Ohio State University
  430. Joseph Grim Feinberg, researcher, Czech Academy of Sciences
  431. Attila Fejes, USA
  432. Dr. Fekete János, tanár
  433. Allen Feldman, Professor, Dept. of Media, Culture and Communication, New York University
  434. Dr Jennifer Fellows, Cambridge, UK
  435. Bernardo Ferro, post-doc researcher in the field of Philosphy, based at the University of Coimbra, Portugal
  436. Jasper Feyaerts, Dr. in Clinical Psychology, University of Ghent (Belgium)
  437. Emanuel Fiano, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Theology, Fordham University, NY
  438. Desmond Fick, Namibia
  439. Richard Fidler, independent researcher, writer, Ottawa, Canada
  440. Fidlóczky József
  441. David M. Fields, University of Utah
  442. Theofanis Filippas, master’s student in Philosophy at the University of Crete
  443. Prof. Donald Filtzer, Emeritus Professor of Russian History, Department of Social Sciences, Cass School of Education & Communities, University of East London
  444. Keitha S. Fine, PhD, University of Massachusetts-Boston (retired)
  445. Samuel Finkelman
  446. Franck Fischbach, Professor for German Classical Philosophy, University of Strasbourg (France)
  447. Cora Fisher, curator + arts writer
  448. Dr. Paul Flaig, Lecturer in Film Studies, University of St. Andrews
  449. Dra. Paula Fleisner (CONICET/Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  450. Dr. Matthew Flisfeder, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications, University of Winnipeg, Reviews Co-Editor, Alternate Routes
  451. Rafael Kruter Flores, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Porto Alegre, Brasil
  452. iLiana Fokianaki, Founder and director State of Concept Athens
  453. Barbara Foley, Distinguished Professor of English at Rutgers University-Newark
  454. Fogl Márton
  455. Mario Fonseca, Visual artist, editor, Temuco, Chile
  456. Sofia Fonseca, Portuguese, Archaeologist, IEPOA, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona; ICArEHB, Algarve University
  457. Jack Ford, Undergraduate Student in History and German, St Hilda’s College, Oxford
  458. Sean Forner, Associate Professor of History, Michigan State University, USA
  459. Dr Barbara Franchi, Associate Lecturer School of English, Rutherford Extension, University of Kent
  460. Túlio Maia Franco – Anthropology PhD Student at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) – Brazil
  461. Edwin Frank, Editorial Director, New York Review Books
  462. Nancy Fraser, President, American Philosophical Association (Eastern Division), Roth Family Distinguished Visiting Scholar (Dartmouth College), Loeb Professor of Philosophy and Politics (New School for Social Research), Global Justice Chair (Collège d’études mondiales, Paris)
  463. Carl Henrik Fredriksson, co-founder of Eurozine, writer and editor, Vienna, Austria
  464. Des Freedman, Professor of Media and Communications, Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London
  465. Robert F. Freeland, Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  466. Pedro J Freitas, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon
  467. Vera Frenkel, Toronto
  468. Samuel R Friedman, socialist activist, AIDS researcher and poet, New Jersey, USA
  469. Teodor Fridholm, Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden, Philosophy Bachelors
  470. Su Friedrich, Professor, Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University
  471. Friss Róbert, újságíró
  472. Ruth Fruchtman, Writer, Berlin
  473. Felix Fuchs, McGill University
  474. Steve Fuller, Auguste Comte Chair in Social Epistemology, University of Warwick
  475. Füzessi Károly
  476. Miklos Gaál, Amsterdam
  477. Dr. Gábor György, filozófus, egyetemi tanár
  478. Gacs Katalin
  479. James K. Galbraith, Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin, USA
  480. Gézengùz Galgoczi, Student at University of Caen, France
  481. Joseph Gallucci, M.A., Media Archivist, Los Angeles
  482. Henriette Gallus, Stellvertretende Intendantin, steirischerherbst
  483. Laura Jiménez Galvis, Lens-based artist and photographic educator, Bogotá, Colombia
  484. Ferruccio Gambino, Sociologist (retired), Università di Padova – Italy
  485. Jon Gamble, Socialist and PCS trade union activist
  486. Keya Ganguly, Professor, Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota
  487. Daniela García, PhD Candidate, NC State University
  488. Trace Fleeman Garcia
  489. Prof. Dr. Miguel Garcia (University of Buenos Aires)
  490. Adir Valdemar Garcia, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil
  491. Peter K. Gardner, Ph. D., Rome, Italy
  492. Matteo Gargani (University of Urbino – Italy)
  493. Isabella Garofali, Professeur de Chinois en Italie
  494. Roberta Garner Professor, Sociology Department, DePaul University, Chicago
  495. Tamara Gayer
  496. Ueli Gähler, Basel, Switzerland
  497. Csilla V. Gál, Ph.D., Dalarna University, Sweden
  498. Pelagie Gbaguidi, D14 artist, Belgium, Bruxelles
  499. Carl Gelderloos, Assistant Professor of German Studies, Binghamton University
  500. Craig Gent, University of Warwick
  501. Augusto Gentili, Professor (retired), History of Venetian Art (Università La Sapienza, Roma), History of Renaissance Art (Università Ca’ Foscari, Venice)
  502. Martina Gerbi
  503. Artur Gerke, Institute for European Ethnology, Humboldt-University zu Berlin
  504. Daniel Gerke, Swansea University
  505. Bernd Gesing
  506. Bogdan Ghiu, writer and translator, Bucharest, Romania
  507. Ratul Ghosh, Assistant Professor of Bengali, PG Dept. of Bengali, A.B.N.Seal College, West Bengal, India
  508. John Giacoppe, University of Oregon, Undergraduate
  509. Laura Fernández Gibellini
  510. Courtney Gildersleeve, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota
  511. Marco Giovenale (Rome, Italy)
  512. Harry Glass, Sydney/Berlin
  513. Micha Gläser, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Zürich
  514. Loughlin Gleeson (UNSW, Australia)
  515. Vitaliy Glushchenko (Виталий Глущенко)
  516. Ralf Gnosa (stellvertretender Vorsitzender der Paul-Ernst-Gesellschaft e.V. – vice-president of the Paul-Ernst-Gesellschaft)
  517. Yaron Golan, Manchester Metropolitan University
  518. Joey Goldman
  519. Loren Goldman, University of Pennsylvania
  520. Myrto Gondicas, Paris
  521. Anderson Gonçalves, Professor of literary theory, Universidade de São Paulo
  522. Bebiana Gonçalves, Portugal
  523. Gloria Martínez González, Prof. tit b, Depto de Economía, UAM Iztapalapa, México
  524. José Eduardo González, Associate Prof. of Modern Languages, University of Nebraska, USA
  525. Nicole Möller Gonzalez, M.Sc. in environmental science
  526. Thyrza Nichols Goodeve, Senior Art Editor, The Brooklyn Rail
  527. Kanishka Goonewardena, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto
  528. Paul Gordon, Psychotherapist, London
  529. Igor Gotlib, Saint Petersburg State University
  530. Sueli Goulart, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil, Porto Alegre, RS
  531. Ali Yalçın Göymen, Ph. D.
  532. Matías Graffigna, PHD Student at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  533. Carrie Graham, member of the Platypus Affiliated Society, documentary filmmaker
  534. Ninon Grangé, Philosophie, Université Paris 8
  535. Prof. Bill Grantham, Loughborough University London
  536. Viviana Gravano, Contemporary Art Curator, Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna
  537. Kevin Gray, Osgoode, York University
  538. David Green, artist and researcher, Cardiff
  539. Richard Greeman PhD, Victor Serge Foundation. Montpellier, France
  540. Robert Greenwood, Librarian & archivist, London
  541. S. Grewal
  542. Dave Griffiths, Senior Lecturer & International Lead for Department of Art, Manchester School of Art, UK
  543. Dr Nicole Grimes, Music Department, University of California, Irvine
  544. Sabine Gross, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Director, L&S Honors Program, Professor of German
  545. Martina Groß, Journalistin, Berlin
  546. Kelly Grotke, Visiting Scholar, Cornell University
  547. Dr. Andreas Grüneisen, Berlin/Deutschland
  548. Dr. Christian Grüny, Witten
  549. Nil Guenes, University of Arts Zurich
  550. Nicolas Guillemin, France
  551. Prof. André Guimarães Augusto, Universidade Federal Flluminense, Brasil
  552. Chris Guiton, Co-Editor and Secretary, Culture Matters Co-operative Ltd
  553. Dr. Olav Gundersen (Philosopher), Trondheim, Norway
  554. Ryan Gunderson, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Social Justice Studies, Miami University
  555. Gusseva Nina V. In. Doctor of philosophical Sciences, academician of the Academy of Acmeological, Head of the International Centre for Methodological exploration thing and Innovatsionnyh Programs, the Chairman of the East branch of the Kazakhstan Philosophical Congress, Member of the Eurasian Information and analytical consortium
  556. Geoff Guy – independent researcher, Chicago
  557. Stefan Gužvica, MA candidate at CEU
  558. Kurtul Gülenç, Assoc. Prof., Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University/Istanbul, department of philosophy
  559. Selen Güler, PhD Student in Sociology at the University of Washington
  560. Özgür Emrah Gürel, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Philosophy, Dokuz Eylül University, İzmir-Turkey
  561. Ha Duong, based in New York, NY
  562. Ha Thuc Caroline, art writer and curator (Hong Kong)
  563. Henk Haest
  564. Dr. Markus Haffner, Wien, Austria
  565. Prof. Dr. habil. Erich Hahn, Berlin
  566. Hari Hajime, Université Grenoble-Alpes
  567. Karl Hall, History Department, Central European University
  568. dr. Haller Gábor, közgazdász, Pécs
  569. Dr Benjamin Halligan, Director of the Doctoral College, University of Wolverhampton, UK
  570. Rob Halpern, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Eastern Michigan University
  571. Drew Hammond, Writer and Curator
  572. John L. Hammond, Professor of sociology, Hunter College and Graduate Center, City University of New York
  573. Kenneth J Hammond, Professor, Department of History, New Mexico State University, USA
  574. Agon Hamza
  575. Jason Hannan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of Rhetoric & Communication, University of Winnipeg, Canada
  576. Dr. Muhammad Haris, Assistant Professor/Philosophy, Comparative Liberal Studies Program, School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Habib University, Karachi, Pakistan
  577. Laura Harris, Assistant Professor, Cinema Studies and Art & Pubic Policy, New York University
  578. Will Harris, Core Program Fellow, Houston Museum of Fine Arts
  579. Nate Harrison, PhD, Chair, Media Arts Department, Professor of the Practice School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Tufts University
  580. Dylan Harvey, student of sociology, anthropology, and philosophy, Vancouver, Canada
  581. Iqbal Hasnu
  582. Paul Hasselkuß, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Institut für Philosophie
  583. Anton Haugen, Writer, Silicon Valley
  584. Gabriele S Hayden, PhD in English, Yale University
  585. Stephanie von Hayek, writer and journalist, Potsdam
  586. Joshua John Headington, PhD candidate in Sociology, in the School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, Wales, UK
  587. Adrian Heathfield, Professor of Performance and Visual Culture, Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance, University of Roehampton, London
  588. Izaak Hecht, Bard College at Simon’s Rock
  589. Prof. dr. Cvetka Hedžet Tóth, University of Ljubljana
  590. Teresa Heffernan, Professor, Department of English, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, NS, Canada
  591. Dr. Stefanie Heine, SNF Postdoc.Mobility / Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto
  592. Heller Mária, szociológus, habil. egyetemi docens
  593. Andrew F. Hemingway, Emeritus Professor in History of Art, University College London
  594. Ildiko Herczeg
  595. Hilde Heynen, Professor of Architectural Theory, KU Leuven, Department of Architecture, Belgium
  596. Tim Heysse, Institute of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Belgium
  597. Marty Hiatt
  598. Tom Hickey, School of Humanities, University of Brighton, UK
  599. Miranda Hickman, Associate Professor of English, McGill University
  600. Professor Jeremy Hicks
  601. Zachary Hicks, University of California, Berkeley
  602. Brendan Higgins (PhD candidate, Duke University, USA)
  603. Prof. Dr. Manfred Hinz, Romanische Literaturwissenschaft, Universität Passau
  604. Dr. Jonathan Hirsch – Centre for Jewish Studies Berlin
  605. Egil Hjelmervik, Senior lecturer philosophy, University of Oslo
  606. Bob Hodges, English & Critical Theory PhD candidate, U of Washington
  607. Dr Christin Hoene, University of Kent
  608. Alexander Hof
  609. William Hogue, PhD student at Fordham University in New York City
  610. Robert C. Holub, Ohio Eminent Scholar and Professor of German, Chair, Germanic Languages and Literatures, Adjunct Professor, School of Educational Policy and Leadership, The Ohio State University
  611. Hong Beidi, PhD, Philosophy Department, Nanjing University, China
  612. Axel Honneth, Jack C. Weinstein Professor of Humanities, Philosophy Department, Columbia University, New York
  613. Sanja Horvatinčić, Institute of Art History, Zagreb, Croatia
  614. dr. Horváth Ágnes, habil. docens (ELTE BTK)
  615. Dr. Horváth, Franz Sz.
  616. Bruno Höfig, PhD candidate, SOAS, University of London
  617. Stephanie Huber
  618. Michael Hueners
  619. Dr Anne Hugon, Historian, University Paris 1-Sorbonne
  620. Christian Hogsbjerg (University of Leeds)
  621. Lucaxksi Huang, Université Jean Jaurès
  622. Eric Hulsens, lecturer, writer, publisher (België)
  623. Rojn Hunt, Art Historian
  624. Andreas Huyssen (Columbia University, New York)
  625. Daniel Hüttler, visual arts student at die Angewadte, Vienna, Austria
  626. Hyeryung Hwang, Georgia Institute of Technology
  627. Kim Jong Hyun, Student in School of Economics, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea
  628. Cristiano Lo Iacono, PhD, Research Services Manager, Natural Science Depts. – University of Turin
  629. Viktor Ilievski
  630. Narges Imani
  631. Dr. Antonino Infranca (Universidad de Buenos Aires Argentina / MTA — Hungary)
  632. Professor Vasilios Ioakimidis, University of Essex
  633. Professor Ruth Irwin
  634. Merilyn Jackson, Cultural Correspondent, Philadelphia Inquirer, tanz, Berlin, Fjord Review, Toronto, Canada
  635. Dr Robert Jackson, Lecturer in Politics, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
  636. Cody James Inglis, MA Candidate, Department of History (CEU)
  637. Dr Robert Irvine, University of Edinburgh
  638. Václav Janoščík, Academy of Fine Arts Prague, Academy of Performing Arts, Prague
  639. Jostein Jakobsen, University of Oslo
  640. Marita Jalkanen, The People`s Archives, Helsinki, Finland
  641. Fredric Jameson, Duke University
  642. Prof Kanishka Jayasuriya – Professor and Head of Politics and International Studies, Murdoch University, Western Australia
  643. May Jayyusi
  644. Bob Jeffery, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Sheffield Hallam University
  645. Peter Jehle, co-editor of the Historical-critical Dictionary of Marxism (Historisch-kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus)
  646. David Jenkins, University of Warwick
  647. Marko Jenko, PhD, Curator, Moderna galerija (Museum of Modern Art), Ljubljana, Slovenia
  648. Dr. Triin Jerlei, design historian
  649. Gesche Jeromin, Institut für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt am Main
  650. Karolina Jesień, University of Warsaw
  651. Daniel Jeziorny, Universidade Federal da Bahia
  652. Junjie Jiang, Harvard University
  653. Sebastian Job, University of Sydney
  654. David Benjamin Johnson, Department of Liberal Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  655. Richard Johnson Jones, PhD researcher at Keele University, England
  656. Adam Jones, freelance philosopher and Hegelian researcher, UK
  657. Cody Jones, Ph.D. Student, The Divinity School & The Department of Comparative Literature, The University of Chicago
  658. David Joselit, Distinguished Professor, PhD Program in Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY
  659. Trevor Joyce, Aosdána
  660. Daae Jung, Department of English, Ph.D Candidate, State University of New York at Buffalo
  661. Kacsor Adrienn
  662. Reha Kadakal, Assistant Professor of Sociology, California State University Channel Islands
  663. Werner Kaligofsky
  664. Stefan Kalmár, Director, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
  665. Professor Sukeshi Kamra, Department of English, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada
    Arnaud Kress, Computer scientist, University of Strasbourg
  666. Marcel Kann, ICI – CCN Montpellier
  667. Dr Aikaterini Karavida
  668. Marianne Karbe, Berlin
  669. Paul Maslov Karlsson, PhD student in aesthetics, Uppsala University, Sweden
  670. Aya Kasasa, Journalist
  671. Aglaia Kasdagli, Associate Professor, Department of History & Archaeology, University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece
  672. Sharryn Kasmir, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Hofstra University
  673. Alejandro Katz, Publisher, Professor at Universidad de Buenos Aires
  674. Azul Katz
  675. Peter B. Kaufman, Research Affiliate, Office of Digital Learning, MIT
  676. Chad Kautzer, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Lehigh University, USA
  677. Karolos Iosif Kavoulakos, Assistant Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  678. Dr. Konstantinos Kavoulakos, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Crete
  679. Kerwin Kaye, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Wesleyan University
  680. Kristína Kállay, MA., PhD Candidate/Researcher, Institute of World Literature SAS (Ústav svetovej literatúry SAV), Bratislava, Slovakia
  681. Kelemen Ágnes Katalin, történelem szakos doktorandusz, CEU
  682. Kelemen János, professor emeritus, az MTA rendes tagja
  683. Arne Kellerman, PhD-Student at the Freie Universität Berlin
  684. Tim Kelly, Course Director MA Professional Creative Writing, Senior Lecturer in English and Creative Writing, School of Humanities, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Coventry University
  685. Dr. Karla Kelsey
  686. Thomas Kemple, University of British Columbia
  687. Daphné Keramidas
  688. Turgut Keskintürk, Bogazici University, Turkey
  689. David Kettler, Research Professor of Social Studies, Bard College (New York, USA), Professor Emeritus of Political and Cultural Studies, Trent University (Ontario, Canada)
  690. Andrew Key, PhD Candidate, University of California, Berkeley
  691. Kékesi Zoltán
  692. Yong-gyu Kim, professor in the Department of English Literature, Pusan National University, South Korea
  693. Dr. Young-Ryong Kim, Seoul National Univ. dozent
  694. Stefan Kipfer, York University
  695. Yana Kitaeva, MA candidate in History at CEU
  696. Cengiz Kılçer (Poet)
  697. Adela Kim, PhD Student in History of Art at Yale University
  698. Kenneth D. Kimbrough, Independent Scholar
  699. Andrew F Kincaid, professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  700. Stefanie Kitzberger, University Assistant/PhD-Candidate, University of Vienna/University of Applied Arts Vienna
  701. Chloë Kitzinger, Rutgers University
  702. Dr. Rafael Khachaturian, University of Pennsylvania
  703. Oliver Kloss / Politologist, Lecturer / Leipzig
  704. Steve Knight, Marxist Education Project, Brooklyn, NY
  705. Marko Velimir Kobak, student (on hiatus), University of Toronto, proletarian
  706. Giorgi Kobakhidze, Ilia State University
  707. Saba Kokhreidze, Student of Philosophy, Georgia, Ilia State Univesity
  708. Anastasia Kolas
  709. Joshua Kolbo
  710. Anya Komar, New York, Miguel Abreu Gallery
  711. Miklavž Komelj, poet and historian of art, freelancer artist from Ljubljana
  712. Nemo Koning, Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam
  713. Plianos Konstantinos, PhD Candidate, University of Crete (Greece), Social Theory
  714. Viktor Kopasz, Artist, Prague
  715. Adam John Koper
  716. James M. Kopf, PhD candidate, Pennsylvania State University
  717. David Koppensteiner, independent researcher, Inzing
  718. Korolyev Vladimir, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, lawyer (Королев Владимир. Кандидат философских наук, адвокат)
  719. Kornis Mihály, író
  720. Andreas Kostogiannopoulos, Mech. Engineer
  721. Dr Theodore Koulouris, Senior Lecturer in Media Theory, Level 4 Tutor, School of Media, University of Brighton
  722. Norbert Kozicki, Herne, Germany, Diplom-Sozialwissenschaftler
  723. Sergey Kozin, St Petersburg, Russia
  724. Kósa György, zeneterapeuta
  725. Hanne König, Artistic Associate, Scenography and Exhibition Design, University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe
  726. Ján Kralovič, Academy of Fine Arts an Design, Bratislava, Slovakia
  727. Juljan Krause, University of Southampton
  728. Laima Kreivyte, writer and exhibition curator, Vilnius
  729. David Michael Kretz (ENS, Paris. Philosophy student)
  730. Irena Krizman
  731. Benedikt Krüger, MA, Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
  732. Lucia Kvočáková, Institute of Art History, Faculty of Arts, Charles University
  733. Zeynep Kubat
  734. Petra Kuipers, Tlön Projects, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  735. Assist. Prof. Višnja Kukoč, PhD, University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture & Geodesy, Urban Planning Department
  736. Ilya Kukulin, Associate Professor, School of Cultural Studies, National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
  737. Onder Kulak, PhD in Philosophy, Istanbul
  738. Peter Kulchyski, University of Manitoba
  739. Benedek Kurdi, Department of Psychology, Harvard University
  740. Katya Lachowicz
  741. Prof. Rocco Lacorte, University of Brasilia
  742. Michel Lacroix, Université du Québec à Montréal
  743. Linda Laemmle
  744. Panagiotis Laganas
  745. Pedro Lagoa, visual artist, Portugal
  746. Alexei Lagurev, Aspirant am Institut für Philosophie der St. Petersburg staatliche Universität
  747. Tuomas Lahtinen, Student in the Philosophy Department of Tampere University
  748. Dr David Laibman, Editor, Science & Society
  749. Michael Laird
  750. Marie Lambert
  751. Cláudia Lamy, Lisbon, Portugal, Scientific researcher in Political Communication at ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon and Legal Adviser
  752. Eugene Lancaric, Graduate student, philosophy, New School for Social Research, New York, New York, U.S.A.
  753. Ishay Landa, The Open University, Israel
  754. Sean Landis
  755. Professor Donna Landry, University of Kent
  756. David Langille, Course Director, Work and Labour Studies Program, Department of Social Sciences, York University, Toronto, Canada
  757. Ricardo Lara, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil
  758. Lars Bang Larsen
  759. Christine Moller Larsen, Engineering Student at Denmark’s Technical University (DTU)
  760. Professor Michael Lavalette, Head of School of Social Sciences, Liverpool Hope University
  761. Dominick Lawton, UC Berkeley
  762. Gregory Laynor, Librarian, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA
  763. Mary N. Layoun, Professor of Comparative Literature, Department of Comparative Literature & Folklore Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  764. Lázár Júlia, tanár, költő, műfordító
  765. Dr Charles L. Leavitt IV, Lecturer in Italian Studies, University of Reading
  766. Marie Leca-Tsiomis, Professeur émérite, U. Paris-Nanterre
  767. Paul Leduc Browne, D.Phil., Professeur titulaire, Directeur, Département des sciences sociales, Université du Québec en Outaouais
  768. Alex Taek-Gwang Lee, Professor of Cultural Studies, Kyung Hee University, South Korea
  769. Ji-Won Lee, Ph.D. student, State University of New York at Albany, USA
  770. Jonathan Scott Lee, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Colorado College
  771. Adam E. Leeds, Assistant Professor of Slavic Studies, Columbia University
  772. Arnaud Lefebvre, Paris
  773. María José Lemaitre, head coordinator of the Institutional Archive of the Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende in Chile
  774. Marilou Lemmens, Canada
  775. Prof. Dr. Lendvai L. Ferenc
  776. Brigitte Le Normand, University of British Columbia Okanagan
  777. Spencer A Leonard, University of Tennessee, USA
  778. Felipe León, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for Subjectivity Research, Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen
  779. Perrine Le Querrec
  780. David Levi Strauss, Chair of the graduate program in Art Writing at the School of Visual Arts in New York, Faculty of the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College
  781. Sergio Lessa, Philosophy Professor, Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brazil
  782. Pierre-Olivier Lessard, étudiant en philosophie à l’Université du Québec à Montréal
  783. Leveles Andrea
  784. Gerald Levy, Instructor of Economics, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
  785. Asher Lewis, MA, University of Auckland, Contributing editor, Digger Magazine
  786. Dr Jonathan Lewis, Postdoctoral Fellow in Philosophy, Institute of Ethics, School of Theology, Philosophy and Music, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dublin City University
  787. Dr. Michael Lewis, Philosophy, Newcastle University, U.K.
  788. Elliott Lewitt
  789. Sam Lewitt, Artist, New York
  790. Prof. Dr. Gustavo Leyva, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Iztapalapa, Ciudad de México
  791. Edelmira Ramírez Leyva, research professor of the Depto.of Humanities of the UAM-A, México
  792. Jianjun Li, School of Philosophy, Wuhan University, China
  793. Qiankun Li, Ph.D, Research Associate at School of Marxism, Nanjing University
  794. Maria Jose Oomen Liebers, Automous Government of the Department of Tarija, Bolivia
  795. Audun Lindholm, Chief Editor, literary journal Vagant
  796. Rafika Lifi, writer and researcher, Indonesia
  797. Dr. Rômulo Lima, University of Hamburg and free researcher
  798. Kevin Lindemann
  799. Rica Linders
  800. Barry Lituchy, New York
  801. Celestino Gabriel de Liz, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
  802. Bob Lloyd, MA European Philosophy
  803. Prof. (em.) Dr. Georg Lohmann, Otto-von Guericke Universität Magdeburg
  804. Riccardo M. Lombardo – Student at ALMA MATER – University of Bologna
  805. Dr Gwyneth Lonergan, University of Sheffield
  806. Prof. Dr. Ivã Carlos Lopes, Linguistics Department, University of São Paulo – USP, Brasil
  807. Dr. Daniel Lopez, La Trobe University, Melbourne
  808. Heather Lord, Philanthropist and Founder V&H Social Impact, New York USA
  809. Johan Lose, critic and translator, Denmark
  810. Michael Loughlin, Professor of Applied Philosophy, University of West London, Academic Visitor, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, University of Oxford Medical School & Project Director of the Literature Database Programme, Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice, St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford
  811. Alejandro Loureiro Lorenzo, New York
  812. Christian Lotz, Professor of Philosophy, Michigan State University
  813. Pedro Mendes Loureiro, PhD student – SOAS University of London
  814. Jeff Love, Research Professor of German and Russian, Clemson University
  815. Michael Löwy, Emeritus research director, CNRS, Paris, France
  816. Michele Luchetti, PhD student, Central European University, Budapest
  817. Dr Edward Luker, Northumbria University
  818. Ruth Luschnat, Berlin
  819. Giulia Luvisotto, PhD student at the University of Warwick
  820. Jia Luyang – PhD (pre-candidacy) the Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
  821. Andrea Luzi (1988), Rome
  822. Sven Lütticken, lecturer art history, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  823. Katherine Lynch, Montréal
  824. Ann Lyons, Community Knowledge Initiative, Institute for Lifecourse & Society, National University of Ireland Galway
  825. Mira Maase, München
  826. Dr Tòmas MacAilpein, University of Glasgow
  827. Giovanny Simon Machado, Professor on Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
  828. Erin Madarieta, Graduate Student, Art History, University of Illinois at Chicago
  829. Prof. Dr. Miriam M.S. Madureira – Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México City, México
  830. Gregorio Carboni Maestri, faculté d’architecture La Cambre Horta, Université libre de Bruxelles
  831. Gildo Magalhães, Full Professor of History (University of São Paulo), diretor (Centro de História da Ciência)
  832. Jill Magid
  833. Magyar Fanni
  834. Nadim Mahjoub, Arabic teacher, the London School of Economics and Political Science, England
  835. Heidi L. Maibom, Department of Philosophy, University of Cincinnati
  836. Denis Maksimov, co-director, Avenir Institute
  837. Solange Manche, École Normale Supérieure & École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris
  838. Flávio Novaes Mancuso
  839. Cella Manea
  840. Prof. Norman Manea (Bard College — USA)
  841. Dr. Philip Mann, Teaching Assistant at the University of St Andrews
  842. Tommaso Manzon, King’s College London, PhD candidate, Department of Theology and Religious Studies
  843. Oliver Marchart, Professor of Political Theory, University of Vienna
  844. Sergio Mariscal, PhD candidate, University of Melbourne
  845. Benjamin Martin, Researcher, Department of History of Science and Ideas, Uppsala University
  846. dott.ssa Leonarda Martino, Head-librarian “Walter Bigiavi”, Library University of Bologna
  847. Daniel Marton, writer (Budapest)
  848. Dr. J. Maskit, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Denison University
  849. Alessandro Massobrio, composer and curator – Labor Neunzehn (Berlin)
  850. Barry Maxwell, Senior Lecturer, Comparative Literature (ret.), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA
  851. Molnár Katalin
  852. Carolina Martins, PhD Fellow, FCT Doctoral Program of Advanced Studies in the Materialities of Literature, School of Arts and Humanities, University of Coimbra – Portugal
  853. Pablo Sánchez Martínez, King’s College London
  854. William Mazzarella, Neukom Family Professor, Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago
  855. Prof. Rodrigo Moreno Marques, Univesidade FUMEC, Belo Horizonte (MG), Brazil
  856. Prof. Dr. Maurício Vieira Martins, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro
  857. Julia Marsh, curator and writer
  858. Chiara Martini, University of Oxford
  859. Wiktor Marzec, PhD, Center for Advanced Study, Sofia
  860. Marian Mayer, Senior Lecturer, Bournemouth University UCU Vice Chair, UCU Southern Region Chair
  861. Marion Maurin
  862. Diana McCarty, reboot.fm, Media Research Foundation
  863. Steven McClellan, Department of History, University of Toronto
  864. Steve McGiffen, Ph.D, associate professor, American Graduate School in Paris
  865. Carol McGuigan, member of the British Labour Party and Vice Chair of the Berlin branch of Labour International
  866. Peter S McInnis, PhD, Chair, Department of History, St Francis Xavier University, Antigonish Nova Scotia, Canada
  867. Prof. Dr. Peter M. McIsaac, Director of Graduate Studies, German Associate Professor of German and Museum Studies, The University of Michigan
  868. Amy Leia McLachlan, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Anthropology, The University of Chicago
  869. Jeff McMillan, artist, London
  870. Henry Bill Mc Quade Junior, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – UFSC – Brasil
  871. Robyn McQuaid-O’Dwyer, Dublin, Ireland
  872. Dr Darian Meacham, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Philosophy, Maastricht, Netherlands, Deputy Director for Responsible Research and Innovation, BrisSynBio a BBSRC / EPSRC funded Synthetic Biology Research Centre, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
  873. Zena Meadowsong, Associate Professor of English, Rowan University
  874. Tomislav Medak, PhD candidate, Coventry University
  875. Matija Medenica, sociologist, Serbia
  876. Dr. Cuauhtémoc Medina, Art critic and curator, UNAM Mexico City
  877. Prof. Dr. Hans-Rudolf Meier, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
  878. Tommaso Meldolesi, Professeur de Français en Italie
  879. Sarah Melker, Maastricht University, NL
  880. Anke Mellin
  881. Sandro de Mello Justo, PhD student (UFRJ – Brasil)
  882. Jack Mells, New Zealand
  883. Bahar Memiş, undergraduate student of Western Languages and Literatures at Boğaziçi University
  884. Dr. Doreen Mende, Associate Professor (HES) and Head of CCC Research Program, Master and PhD-Forum Visual Arts Department, HEAD Genève, Harun Farocki Institut, Berlin
  885. Adrian D. Mendizabal, University of the Philippines Film Institute
  886. Carlos Eduardo Rebello de Mendonça, Associate Professor, Rio de Janeiro State University
  887. Michael Meng, History Department, Clemson University, USA
  888. Dr. Mark Mengerink, Associate Professor, History Department, Lamar University
  889. Maximilian Mengeringhaus, doctoral candidate in Literay Studies at Friedrich Schlegel Graduiertenschule für literaturwissenschaftliche Studien, Freie Universität Berlin
  890. Markus Merin, Undergraduate Student, CUNY Queens College
  891. Eric Meyer, Doctoral Student, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
  892. Méth Ágnes
  893. Dorota Michalska, DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford
  894. Lanie Millar, PhD, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Oregon
  895. Alex Millen, University of Pennsylvania
  896. Elaine P. Miller, Professor, Department of Philosophy, Miami University, Oxford, OH
    Dr Zoran Mimica, Zagreb
  897. Mark Crispin Miller, Professor of Media, Culture and Communication, New York University
  898. Steven Miller, Associate Professor, Director of the Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture, University at Buffalo, SUNY
  899. Oliver Milne, PhD Student, Dept. of Philosophy, National University of Ireland, Galway
  900. Dr. Philip Minehan, Departments of History and Liberal Studies, California State University at Fullerton
  901. Dr. Catherine R. Mintler, Interim Director, University of Oklahoma, Expository Writing Program
  902. Lucia Minunno, Firenze, Italy
  903. Dr. Dieter Misgeld, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, Toronto/Canada
  904. Paul C. Mishler, Associate Professor of Labor Studie​s, Indiana University​
  905. Ana Dishlieska Mitova, director of the Philosophical Film Festival in Skopje, Macedonia
  906. Sudeb Mitra, Professor, City University of New York, NY, USA
  907. Brent Mix, Humanities Teacher, GCE Lab School, USA
  908. Dr. Olga M. Mladenova, Professor of Slavic and Balkan Linguistics, School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures, University of Calgary, Canada
  909. Mathilde Moaty, Ph.D. candidate in Urban studies, Université Paris-Est
  910. Rastko Mocnik, professor at the University of Ljubljana (retired), visiting professor at the faculty of Media and Communications, Belgrade
  911. ​Naeem Mohaiemen, Ph.D. candidate, Columbia University, New York
  912. Saif Mohammed
  913. Andres Moles, Departments of Political Science and Philosophy, CEU
  914. Andreas Montag, Schriftsteller und Journalist, Berlin, Deutschland
  915. Janet Montefiore, Professor Emerita, University of Kent
  916. Daniel Monterescu, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Central European University
  917. Pedro Meira Monteiro, Chair, Princeton University
  918. Ana María Miranda Mora, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City
  919. Lívia de Cássia Godoi Moraes, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo/Brasil
  920. Gil Morejón, PhD Candidate, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University, Chicago
  921. Calum Morgan, Student, Cognitive Semiotics, Aarhus University
  922. Marcia Morgan, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Muhlenberg College, USA
  923. Rosalind C. Morris, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Columbia University
  924. Chuck Morse – independent scholar, San Diego
  925. Professor Adam David Morton, Department of Political Economy, School of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The University of Sydney
  926. Kevin Moss, Jean Thomson Fulton Professor of Modern Languages & Literature, Middlebury College, USA
  927. José Antonio Motilla, Coordinación Académica en Arte de La Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, MX
  928. Sabrina Muchová, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
  929. Tavid Mulder, PhD candidate, US
  930. Iselin Berg Mulvik, researcher
  931. Sandip Munshi, Ph.D. scholar at Queens University (Canada)
  932. Marina Hervás Muñoz, Akademie der Künste zu Berlin
  933. Eva Murasov, PhD student in Comparative Literature at Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School for Literary Studies, Free University of Berlin
  934. Harriet L. Murav, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Professor, Comparative and World Literature, Editor, Slavic Review
  935. Jonathan Murden
  936. Ian Murray, Artist, Toronto, Canada
  937. Dr Graham Music
  938. Mahmut Mutman, Institute for Advanced Social Research, University of Tampere, Finland
  939. Daniel Muzyczuk, Head of Modern Art Department, Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź, Poland
  940. Sebastian Mühl, Postdoc Researcher in Art and Media Studies, Offenbach University of Art and Design, Germany
  941. Deborah Müller
  942. Malgorzata Myk, Lodz University
  943. Prof. Dr. Ralph Müller (univ. Freiburg/Switzerland)
  944. Marco Müller
  945. Yuqi Na, PhD candidate at University of Westminster
  946. Dr. Dominik Nagl, Department of History, Universität Mannheim
  947. Nagy Péter, Posztdoktori kutató, Arizonai Állami Egyetem
  948. Sonja Nakowitz, student at University of Vienna
  949. Gilda Nataf, Paris
  950. Natalia Natsika – University of Gothenburg, Department of Political Science
  951. Joseph Nechvatal
  952. Lukas Neissl, General Secretary, International Conference of Labour and Social History (ITH)
  953. Dr. Katharina Neuburger
  954. Eduarda Neves
  955. Franck Neveu, Professor at Sorbonne University (Faculty of Humanities, Department of French Language)
  956. Dr. Habilitatus Serban Nichifor, Professor at the National University of Music Bucharest (Romania), Composer, member of “Vox Novus” (USA) and SABAM (Belgium), PhD in Musicology (1994), Comandor of the National Order of Merit (2000), Officer of the Order of Belgium Crown (2008)
  957. Professor Nick Nesbitt, Princeton University
  958. Dmitri Nikulin, Professor of Philosophy and Chair, The New School for Social Research, New York
  959. Selby Nimrod
  960. August Nimtz, Professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota
  961. Christopher Norris (Prof.)
  962. Joris Note, writer, independent researcher, Belgium
  963. Dr. Eugene Nulman, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Birmingham City University
  964. Alberto Nunes
  965. Luís César Nunes, geographer and public school teacher – Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
  966. Anne O’Brien, PhD Candidate, Australian Catholic University
  967. David Montes de Oca Terrones, philosophy student, cultural manager, Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo UNAM
  968. Eva Maria Ocherbauer, Berlin
  969. Lisa Offermann
  970. Milton Ohata, Editora 34, Brazil
  971. Elena Oikonomidou, Postgraduate student, University of Crete
  972. Obiageli Okigbo, Belgium
  973. Taiju Okochi, Professor Dr. Faculty of Social Sciences, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan
  974. Nikolay Oleynikov, artist, Russia
  975. Prof. Everaldo de Oliveira Andrade
  976. Boris Ondreicka
  977. Steve Ongerth, co-founder, IWW Environmental Unionism Caucus (listed for ID purposes only), Richmond, CA, US
  978. Elizabeth Oram, City University of New York, Hunter College
  979. Orbán István, literary translator, Vienna/Austria
  980. Dr. Abraham Orgaz (Madrid, Spain)
  981. Orsós László Jakab
  982. Kristína Országhová, Kapitál -socially enagaged cultural magazine, Slovakia
  983. Vidalcir Ortigara, Research Professor, Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense, Criciúma(SC), Brasil
  984. Bradley Osborne, PhD candidate in English at the University of Exeter, UK
  985. David G D Oswald, PhD Candidate, Dept of English, University of Victoria (British Columbia, Canada)
  986. Sebastian Orlander, PhD Student, Keele University, UK
  987. Wiktor Ostasz, New College, University of Oxford
  988. Charlie Owen, Principal Research Associate, University College London
  989. Sarp Renk Özer, AVTO
  990. Haydar Öztürk, PhD student, Radboud University
  991. Tor Eystein Øverås, writer, Norway
  992. Alessandra Pace
  993. Elena Pagani
  994. Juan Pablo Painceira, economist, Brazil
  995. Giulia Palladini, Senior Lecturer, Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance, University of Roehampton
  996. Maria Cristina Soares Paniago, professora associada na Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brasil
  997. Peter Pakesch, Chairman of the Board, Maria Lassnig Foundation, Wien
  998. Taisa Palhares, Department of Philosophy, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brasil
  999. Phoebus Panigyrakis, PhD student, TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Department of Architecture, Chair of History of Architecture & Urban Planning
  1000. Denys Pankratov, curator, artist. Ukraine
  1001. Simone Papa, MSc Student of Philosophy of Mind (MSc Cognition in Science and Society) at the University of Edinburgh, UK
  1002. Dr Theo Papadopoulos, Lecturer in Social Policy, Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath, UK
  1003. Aris Papageorgiou, PhD, Department of Economics, University of Macedonia, Greece
  1004. Prof. Dr. Skevos Papaioannou (Universitaet Kreta-GR und Kassel-DE)
  1005. Clément Paradis, UJM, CIEREC
  1006. Douglas Park, U.K and Belgium based, internationally active and exposed artist, author, critic and curator
  1007. Benita Parry, Emerita Professor. University of Warwick, UK
  1008. Partyko Anton, St. Petersburg
  1009. Giorgio Passerone, Professeur Civilisation et Littérature italiennes, Université de Lille
  1010. Michaela Pastekova, Assistant Professor,  Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia
  1011. Luigi Patruno, Trinity College, CT
  1012. Ana Pato, Curator | Researcher Brazil
  1013. Dr. Justin Paulson, Carleton University
  1014. Deborah Pearson, PhD
  1015. Samantha Pellegrino, PhD student in Islamic Studies at The University of Chicago Divinity School
  1016. Kallum Pembro, MLitt, University of St Andrews
  1017. Dr John Pendergast, PhD Comparative Literature, Assistant Professor of Russian, United States Military Academy, West Point
  1018. Dr. phil. Ivana Perica, Lecturer at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
  1019. Luiz Bernardo Pericás, Universidade de São Paulo, Prêmio Ezequiel Martínez Estrada, Casa de las Américas, Cuba, 2014, Prêmio Juca Pato – intelectual do ano, União Brasileira de Escritores, 2016, Prêmio Jabuti, 2017
  1020. Charles A. Perrone, Professor Emeritus, Department of Spanish & Portuguese Studies, University of Florida
  1021. Lothar Peter, bis 2005 Professor für Soziologie an der Universität Bremen
  1022. Dr Sanja Petkovska, Independent Researcher, Serbia
  1023. Andreas Petrossiants, art researcher and cultural critic, New York
  1024. Aurélia Peyrical, PhD Candidate, Nanterre University
  1025. Lucas Pétuaud-Létang, Université Bordeaux Montaigne
  1026. Andréas Pfersmann, Maître de conférences HDR de littérature générale et comparée, Faa’a – Tahiti – Polynésie française
  1027. Manon Pierre
  1028. Wolfram Pichler (Institut f. Kunstgeschichte der Universität Wien)
  1029. Jillian Pignataro, University ​of Illinois at Chicago
  1030. Vasiliy Pikhorovich, National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”
  1031. Denys Pilash (Pilás Dénes), Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, Ukraine; Contributing editor, Commons: Journal of Social Criticism
  1032. Peyman Piran, Iranian political prisoner and former banished architecture student who live in exile in Norway
  1033. Bojana Piškur, PhD, Senior Curator, Moderna Galerija Ljubljana
  1034. Clayton Pitcher, student of philosophy and english literature, State University of New York, Buffalo State
  1035. John P Pittman, Associate Professor, Philosophy, John Jay College, CUNY
  1036. Ambra Pittoni
  1037. Niklas Plaetzer, PhD student at the Department of Political Science, University of Chicago
  1038. Peter Plesner, master’s student in Political Science at the University of Copenhagen
  1039. Carl Plowright, Master’s Student at McGill University
  1040. Dora Pocsai, writer/student, Goldsmiths, University of London
  1041. Marek Pokorný, PLATO Ostrava, director, Czech Republic
  1042. Søren Pold, Lektor (Assoc. Prof.), Ph.d., Information Studies & Digital Design, School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus Universitet, Danmark
  1043. Tyler Pollard, PhD Candidate, McMaster University
  1044. Eszter M Polonyi, Columbia University, Lecturer, Art History and Archaeology; Visiting Assistant Professor, History of Art and Design, Pratt Institute
  1045. Alessandra Pomarico, curator of free home university, independent researcher, New York / Italy
  1046. Diane Ponder
  1047. Pope.l, d14, artist
  1048. Monica Popescu, Associate Professor and William Dawson Scholar of African Literatures, McGill University, Canada
  1049. Djordje Popović, Ph.D. Candidate, Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota
  1050. Lelio La Porta (insegnante di Storia e Filosofia nei Licei, Roma, Italia)
  1051. Sergey Potseluev, Professor of Philosophy and Political Science, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
  1052. Pedro Pousada, PhD, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, Researcher at CES (Centre for Social Studies), University of Coimbra, Portugal
  1053. Marlies Pöschl, Vienna/Paris
  1054. Professor Malcolm J. W. Povey BA, PhD, FInstP, CPhys, CEng, Professor of Food Physics, School of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Leeds, UK
  1055. Eleutério Prado, São Paulo University
  1056. Brian W. Prager, City University of New York
  1057. Jean-Yves Pranchère, Centre de théorie politique, Université libre de Bruxelles
  1058. Nikos Pratsinis
  1059. Alesia Preite, DPhil student in Philosophy at the University of Oxford
  1060. Ena Prokić, translator
  1061. Dr Tamara Prosic
  1062. Jordan Pruett, Ph.D Student at the University of Chicago
  1063. Sean Pryor, Senior Lecturer in English, Editor, Affirmations: of the Modern School of the Arts and Media, University of New South Wales, Australia, Sydney
  1064. Srećko Pulig, philosopher, publicist and journalist from Zagreb, Croatia
  1065. Jade Qiu, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Simon Fraser University
  1066. R.H. Quaytman
  1067. Anabel Quan-Haase, Professor, Faculty of Information and Media Studies/Department of Sociology, Western University
  1068. Silvana Rabinovich (PhD), researcher, Philological Research Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  1069. Judy Radul, Professor, School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University
  1070. Joachim Abdul Raffert, Philosophisches Seminar der Universitaet Goettingen
  1071. Stein Rafoss, philosopher, Norway
  1072. Joshua Rahtz
  1073. Yamuna Rajendran, Writer, United Kingdom
  1074. Jackson Randall, New York based artist, writer, and composer
  1075. Benjamin Randolph, Penn State University
  1076. Sabrina P. Ramet, Professor of Political Science, The Norwegian University of Science & Technology
  1077. Nigel Randsley – Professor – Portugal
  1078. John Rapko, College of Marin
  1079. Christian Rattemeyer, The Harvey S. Shipley Miller Associate Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
  1080. Claire Ravenscroft
  1081. Dr Anindya Raychaudhuri, Lecturer in English, University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK
  1082. Tercio Redondo, Professor of German Literature, Universidade de São Paulo
  1083. Veronika Reichert, PhD candidate, York University
  1084. Dr Dieter Reinisch, Historian, European University Institute, Florence
  1085. Rocío Rejas, Filosofía Escuela de Arte, Toledo, España
  1086. Alexandra Revans, Marketing Associate, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
  1087. Matthew L. Reznicek, Creighton University
  1088. Clara Ribeiro
  1089. Carmen Riccato
  1090. Cullinan Richards, London
  1091. Serene Richards, Birkbeck College
  1092. Sinan Richards, Wadham, Oxford University / École Normale Supérieure, Ulm
  1093. Prof. Gerhard Richter, Brown University (USA)
  1094. Thomas Riggins, PhD (retired)
  1095. Ilse van Rijn, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  1096. John A. Riley, Assistant Professor of English, Woosong University, South Korea
  1097. Giorgio Riolo (Rete delle Alternative, Italy)
  1098. Markus Ritter, Dr. phil., MA, Professor for the History of Art, Department of Art History, University of Vienna
  1099. Eloy Rivas, Carleton University (Canada)
  1100. Carlos Rivera-Lugo, Professor and Researcher, Doctor of Legal Philosophy and Theory Policy Analyst, SYGNOS, San Juan, Puerto Rico
  1101. Dr. John Rees, Visiting Research Fellow, Goldsmiths, University of London
  1102. Stefanos Regkas, PhD student, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  1103. Cate Reilly, Assistant Professor of Literature, Duke University
  1104. Willi Reinecke, Berlin/Germany
  1105. Terence Renaud, postdoctoral associate and lecturer, Yale University
  1106. Mirja Reuter, artist, Berlin
  1107. Bernardino Leon Reyes, London School of Economics and Political Science
  1108. Ronaldo Rosas Reis, Professor – Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brasil
  1109. Joshua Reno, Binghamton University
  1110. Claudinei Cássio de Rezende, Professor, Doctor, Pontifícia Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
  1111. Alexander V. Reznik, PhD in History, Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg, Russia
  1112. Révai Gábor
  1113. Matthew Roberts, University of California, Irvine, Research Librarian for the Humanities and Subject Specialist for the Critical Theory Archive
  1114. Jack Robertson
  1115. Benjamin Robinson, Assoc. Prof. of German, Henry H. H. Remak Professor of German (2014-17), IU Dept. of Germanic Studies, Global and International Studies
  1116. Dr Josh Robinson, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University
  1117. Tom Rockmore, Humanities Chair Professor, Peking University
  1118. Aline de Andrade Rodrigues, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil
  1119. José Carlos Rodrigues Júnior, Graduando de Filosofia na Universidade de Brasília
  1120. Leonardo Campos Rodrigues, Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo, Brazil
  1121. Dieter Roelstraete, Curator, University of Chicago
  1122. Gabriel Rolland
  1123. Brendan Rome, Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, University of New Mexico
  1124. Paola Romero, PhD student, London School of Economics and Political Science, London
  1125. Natalia Romé, Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Buenos Aires
  1126. Jose Rosales, PhD Philosophy Student, Stony Brook University (SUNY)
  1127. Stefanie Rosenmüller, Fachhochschule Dortmund, University of Applied Sciences and Arts
  1128. Alicja Rosé, poet and illustrator
  1129. Prof. Eric Ross, Ph.D., School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Al Akhawayn University
  1130. Andrea Rossi, Post-doctoral Fellow, Philosophy, Koç University (Istanbul)
  1131. Lawrence Rothfield, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Chicago
  1132. Rory Rowan, University of Zurich / Zurich University of the Arts
  1133. Marina Roy, Associate Professor, Visual Art Department of Art, History, Visual Art & Theory, The University of British Columbia
  1134. Rachel Rubin, Professor, American Studies Department, Director, Center for the Study of Humanities, Culture and Society, UMass Boston
  1135. Dr. phil. habil. Frank Ruda, Senior Lecturer for Philosophy, University of Dundee, UK
  1136. Dr Pontus Rudberg, The Hugo Valentin Centre, Uppsala University, Sweden
  1137. Ruegg Ilona, Zürich
  1138. Dr Tom Ruffles, Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK
  1139. Dr. Martin Rumori, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria
  1140. PD Dr. Marcello Ruta, Universität Bern Institut für Philosophie
  1141. Emma Ruttkamp-Bloem, Professor of Philosophy, University of Pretoria
  1142. Viola Rühse, Danube University Krems, Austria
  1143. Erik Rydberg, Writer & Publisher, Brussels
  1144. Hilda Sabato, Historian, Buenos Aires-Argentina
  1145. Arun Saldanha, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Geography, Environment, and Society, Imagine Fund of Arts, Design, and Humanities, University of Minnesota
  1146. Philipp Sack, Konzept & Management, Akademie, Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau
  1147. Tom Sahlén
  1148. Keith Sanborn, Media and Culture, The New School, New York
  1149. Teresa Millet Sancho, Curator, IVAM, Valencia, Spain
  1150. Nita Sanghera, Lecturer and Vice President of UCU, UK
  1151. Hugo Miguel Santos
  1152. Luisa Santos, curator and researcher
  1153. Mariana Pinto dos Santos, PhD, Instituto de História da Arte, FCSH – New University of Lisbon
  1154. Dr. Janet Matina Sarbanes, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, California, USA
  1155. Fátima Séneca, Porto, Portugal
  1156. Diogo Sardinha, philosopher, Paris/Lisbon
  1157. Professor Beatriz Sarlo, researcher and writer, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  1158. Claudia Sarnthein
  1159. Enrico Sartorelli, Mantova
  1160. Barbara Sattler (St. Andrews University)
  1161. Emilio Sauri, University of Massachusetts Boston
  1162. Vitor Bartoletti Sartori, Professor Adjunto UFMG, Faculdade de Direito, Editor adjunto Verinotio
  1163. Andy Scally, University of Bradford
  1164. Bertold Scharf, Museum der Arbeit Hamburg
  1165. Theodore R. Schatzki, Professor of Geography and Philosophy, University of Kentucky
  1166. Darrow Schecter, Professor of Critical Theory, School of HAHP, University of Sussex, Co-Editor of Critical Theory and Contemporary Society (Manchester UP), Co-Editor of Founding Critical Theory (Rowman & Littlefield)
  1167. Emile M. Schepers, PhD, Anthropology, Northwestern University (USA), Anthropologist, retired
  1168. Prof.Dr.phil.habil.Hans-Ernst Schiller (em.), vorm. Hochschule Düsseldorf, Professur für Sozialphilosophie und Ethik, Frankfurt
  1169. Staffan Schmidt, PhD, Artistic Researcher, Senior Lecturer, Design in Theory and Practice, School of Arts and Communication, K3, Malmö University
  1170. Carie Lyn Schneider, Assistant Professor, Cameron University
  1171. Dr. Caroline Lillian Schopp, Department of Art History, University of Vienna
  1172. Henriette Schroeder, journalist-author-documentary filmmaker, Wien
  1173. Martha Schulman, University of Kent
  1174. Federico L. Schuster, Universidad de Buenos Aires
  1175. Professor Henry Schwarz, English, Justice and Peace, Georgetown University
  1176. Justin Schwartz (PhD, Michigan, 1989), solo legal practioner
  1177. Gerhard Schweppenhäuser, Professor für Design-, Kommunikations- und Medientheorie (FHWS, Fakultät Gestaltung, Würzburg, Germany), Privatdozent am Institut für Philosophie der Universität Kassel (Germany)
  1178. Valentina Besegher Scotti, artist and curator – Labor Neunzehn (Berlin)
  1179. Alan Sears, Professor, Ryerson University
  1180. Francisco Segovia (Mexico)
  1181. Aleksandra Sekulic, Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade
  1182. JD Sell, United States
  1183. Mike Sell, Professor of English, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
  1184. Sanghita Sen, AFHEA, Research Student and Tutor, Department of Film Studies, University of St. Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland, UK
  1185. Cristiana Senigaglia
  1186. Mark Sentesy
  1187. Dr. Doc. Mikko-Olavi Seppälä, University Researcher, University of Helsinki
  1188. Seres Lili Hanna, költő
  1189. Sara Serpa, musician, New York
  1190. Sarah Shahid, Feature Writer, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  1191. Michael Shafir, professor (emeritus), Babes-Bolyai University
  1192. Alan Shandro, Associate Professor of Political Science, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario
  1193. Tamar Sharon, Maastricht University
  1194. Noah Shenker, PhD, N. Milgrom & 6a Foundation Senior Lecturer, Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, Faculty of Arts, Monash University, Australia
  1195. Inga Shishko
  1196. Nicola C. Short, York University, Canada
  1197. David R. Shumway, Carnegie Mellon University, Professor of English, and Literary and Cultural Studies
  1198. Dr Andrés Saenz De Sicilia, University of Roehampton, University College London, Central Saint Martins (UAL)
  1199. Christian Siekmeier
  1200. Susan Silas, artist and dual national – United States and Hungary
  1201. Joao Silva, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
  1202. Susana Mendes Silva, PhD in Visual Arts, Assistant Professor, Departamento de Paisagem, Ambiente e Ordenamento Universidade de Évora
  1203. Ana Amelia da Silva – Professor Sociology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo – PUC-SP
  1204. Dr. Cicero da Silva, Visiting Professor, Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination, Speculative Design, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
  1205. André Silveira, Instituto de História da Arte, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
  1206. Christopher Simmonds, PhD Candidate, Department of Archeology and History, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
  1207. Sasha Simic, Shop Steward USDAW C133 branch, Central Books
  1208. Iumna Maria Simon – Departamento de Teoria Literária e Literatura Comparada, Universidade de Sao Paulo – BRASIL
  1209. Joshua Simon, curator and writer, Tel Aviv
  1210. Monica de Simone, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche -IOM, Trieste
  1211. Pritam Singh, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK
  1212. Dr Robert Sinnerbrink, Associate Professor & Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, Macquarie University, Australia
  1213. Sipos Márta
  1214. Sergey Sistiaga, Ph.D., Renningen, Germany
  1215. Peter Sit, APART collective, artist, cultural worker, Bratislava, Slovakia
  1216. Nariman Skakov, Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Stanford University
  1217. Jordan Skinner, Visiting Research Fellow at University of London, Institute in Paris
  1218. Skromov Lúcia, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Tribunal Popular, Grupo de Estudos de Filosofia
  1219. Andrej Skufca, editor at Sum journal for contemporary art criticism and theory
  1220. Andrew Sloin, Department of History, Baruch College, City University of New York
  1221. Julie Slotnick, Doctoral Student, City College CUNY
  1222. Irene Small, Assistant Professor, Art & Archaeology, Princeton University
  1223. James Smethurst, Professor, Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  1224. Alexa Smith, MDiv, Yale Divinity School
  1225. Andrew Smith, PhD Candidate, Radboud Univeristy, Nijmegen, Netherlands
  1226. Dr John Smith, Sheffield, UK; author of ‘Imperialism in the Twenty-first Century’ (2016)
  1227. Mark Dee Smith, Luton Trades Council
  1228. Tim Smith (independent scholar)
  1229. Tony Smith, Professor of Philosophy, Iowa State University, USA
  1230. Valerie Smith, Freelance curator, writer and guest lecturer at Barnard College, Columbia University, New York
  1231. Theron P. Snell, Ph.D, Albuquerque, NM/USA
  1232. Susan Snodgrass
  1233. Vladislav Sofronov, Russian Socialist Movement, Moscow
  1234. Fernanda Soler, department of integrated studies in education, faculty of education, McGill University
  1235. Walter Da Soller, Teacher and translator, Torino, Italy
  1236. Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet, University of Lausanne
  1237. Ingar Solty, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Critical Social Analysis, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Berlin
  1238. Ruth Sonderegger, Philosopher at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
  1239. Morten Søndergaard MA, PhD. Associate Professor & Media Art Curator. RELATE – Research Laboratory of Art & Technology. International Coordinator, ERASMUS master of Excellence in Media Arts Cultures. Member of Academic Council; member of Study Board for Art & Technology; Member of Consortium Board Erasmus Media AC. School of Communication, Art & technology, Aalborg University
  1240. Alan Sondheim, artist / critic / curator, Providence, RI​
  1241. Dr. Uwe Sonnenberg (Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam)
  1242. Emre Soran, Lecurer, Ankara/TURKEY
  1243. Dr. José Ignacio López Soria, Universidad Nacional de Ingerniería, Lima, Perú
  1244. Jacob Soule, Duke Univ.
  1245. Hormindo Pereira de Souza Junior – Professor Doctor, Department of school administration, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
  1246. Raquel Fulino de Souza (UNESP – Rio Claro, Brasil)
  1247. Constantin Spantidakis, Athens
  1248. Melina Spathari, d14 coordinator, Athens, Greece
  1249. Charlotte Spielmann, Berlin
  1250. Dr. J. Spruyt, Associate Professor Dept. Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht
  1251. Katharina Stadler (artist & founder of Concept and Theory-Tbilisi)
  1252. Dr. Titus Stahl, Faculty of Philosophy, Unversity of Groningen
  1253. Adam Staszkiewicz
  1254. Theo Steegmann, adjunct instructor, IG Metal/DGB for regional seminars on history of workers movement
  1255. Prof. A.L. Steiner, Yale University, School of Art
  1256. Erik Steinskog, University of Copenhagen
  1257. Piotr Sterczewski, Jagiellonian University
  1258. Eduardo Sterzi, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp), Brasil
  1259. Aleksandar Stevic, PhD, Assistant Professor of English, Qatar University
  1260. Nikola Stojkoski, author, Macedonia
  1261. Ted Stolze, Philosophy Department Chair, Cerritos College
  1262. Erhard Stölting, Prof. em. Soziologie, Universität Potsdam
  1263. Prof. Dr. Darko Strajn, Educational Research Institute, Ljubljana
  1264. Hilary Strang, Lecturer in English, University of Chicago
  1265. Eli Strauss, Tufts University
  1266. Dr. Amy Kepple Strawser, Professor of German, Otterbein University/Ohio State University
  1267. Helen Stuhr-Rommereim, Ph.D. Candidate, Program in Comparative Literature & Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania
  1268. Donald Sturbelle, independent graphic designer
  1269. Shane Lowell Sumilhig, Manila, Philippines
  1270. Rashida Sultana
  1271. Vincent Sung, PHD student, the faculty of Philosophy, Univsersity of Strasbourg, France
  1272. Dr. Surányi András, egyetemi docens, filmrendező, Médiastúdió vezető, Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem- Külker Kar, Társadalmi Kommunikáció és Média Intézeti Tanszék
  1273. Dr. Darko Suvin, F.R.S.C., Professor Emeritus, McGill University
  1274. Dr Matthew Sweet
  1275. Prof. dr. Tsjalling Swierstra, Head of the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University
  1276. Szabados Bettina
  1277. Thomas Szanto, Senior Researcher, University of Jyväskylä & University of Copenhagen
  1278. Szécsi Kata
  1279. Andrew Szegedy-Maszak, Professor of Classical Studies, Jane A. Seney Professor of Greek, Wesleyan University
  1280. Thomas Szende, egyetemi tanár, Franciaország
  1281. Szentpéteri Izabella, az ELTE-BTK hallgatója, kulturális újságíró
  1282. Szilágyi Imre, szakgimnáziumi tanár
  1283. Szilágyi István
  1284. Monika Szewczyk, Athens & Berlin
  1285. Sztankó Nándor, filozófus, Pécs
  1286. Mónica Szurmuk, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  1287. Szücs László Gergely, filozófus (MTA BTK Filozófiai Intézet)
  1288. Aneta Szylak, curator, Gdansk
  1289. Adam Szymczyk, Artistic Director, documenta 14, Athens and Kassel
  1290. Lucas Taddei
  1291. Mulugeta Tafesse
  1292. Matthew Taft
  1293. Prof. Dr. Hidetomo Takahei (Hokkaido University, Japan)
  1294. Fabien Tarrit, Université de Reims Champagne Ardenne
  1295. Serdar Tekin, PhD, political theorist and researcher, Human Rights Foundation of Turkey
  1296. Maurizio Teli, PhD, Assistant Professor, Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute
  1297. Tendl Károly
  1298. Ricardo Terriles, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales (UBA)
  1299. Tyler Tesolin, Artist, Filmmaker, Graduate Student of York University, Toronto
  1300. Tibor Fülöp, PhD, Luxembourg
  1301. Alfredo Thiermann, Architect, ETH Zürich / THIERMANNCRUZ architects, Chile
  1302. Dr Nick Thoburn, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Manchester
  1303. Dr. phil. Samuel Thoma, Post-doc at the Brandenburg Medical School, Immanuel Clinic Rüdersdorf, Germany
  1304. Cecilia Thumim, Instituto Augusto Boal, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
  1305. Victoria Thur, Head of Special Collections, Florida Atlantic University
  1306. Szerdahelyi Zoltán
  1307. Dr. Széplaky Gerda filozófus, esztéta, egyetemi oktató
  1308. Tamás Gáspár Miklós
  1309. Filip Taufer, MA student, Charles University, Prague
  1310. Mary N. Taylor, City University of New York
  1311. Dr. Sissi Tax, Berlin
  1312. Ana Paula Teixeira, Cultural Producer / Produtora Cultural
  1313. Ricardo Gilberto Lyrio Teixeira, Master degree in History at Fluminense Federal University (UFF), Niteroi/Brazil
  1314. Ricardo Terra – Universidade de Sao Paulo – Brasilien
  1315. Griselda Tessio, Santa Fe, Argentina
  1316. David Thomas, PhD student, Birkbeck College, University of London
  1317. James Merle Thomas, PhD., Professor, Tyler School of Art, Temple University / Curator, Slought, Philadelphia
  1318. Dr Peter D. Thomas, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Brunel University London, Member of School of Social Science, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
  1319. John Thompson, PhD Candidate, Department of French School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Science, University College Cork, Ireland
  1320. Dr. Peter A. Thompson, Senior Lecturer, Media Studies Programme, Co-Editor, The Political Economy of Communication,Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  1321. Roman Tisza, Vpered, Kyiv, Ukraine
  1322. Elitsa Todorova
  1323. Dale Tomich, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Deputy Director of the Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY, USA
  1324. Ivo Tonet, Professor da Filosofia da Universidade Federal de Alagoas – Brasil
  1325. Lucas Tooth, English Department, University of Sydney
  1326. Leila Topić, senior curator – The Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art
  1327. Patricia Laura Torriglia, Education Teacher of Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brasil
  1328. Tóth Károly BA (Mérei Ferenc College for Advanced Studies, Budapest)
  1329. Tóth László, társadalomkutató
  1330. Tóth Péter, Országos Széchényi Könyvtár
  1331. Enzo Traverso, Simon and Barton Winokur Professor in the Humanities, Cornell University
  1332. John Treat, International Program for Labor, Climate and Environment, The Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies, City University of New York
  1333. Serena Trinchero PhD
  1334. Nina Trcka, Freie Universität Berlin
  1335. Anna Tropia, Post-doc, Berlin-Gotha
  1336. Francesco Trupia, PhD Candidate in Political Philosophy at the St Kliment Ohridski Sofia University, Bulgaria
  1337. Dr Georgios Tsagdis, Fellow, Westminster Law & Theory Lab
  1338. Katerina Tselou, d14 curatorial advisor, Athens, Greece
  1339. Michael Tucker, retired – former student at Coventry University
  1340. Dr. Christopher Turner, Assistant Professor Of Philosophy, California State University, Stanislus, Department of Philosophy and Modern Languages
  1341. A. Turi
  1342. Professor Colin Tyler, University of Hull, UK
  1343. Timur Uçan, Bordeaux
  1344. Göksu Uğurlu, Research Assistant, Ankara/TURKEY
  1345. Ineshke Unambuwe
  1346. Petr Urban, PhD, Head of the Department of Contemporary Continental Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy – The Czech Academy of Sciences
  1347. Dr Jim Urpeth, University of Greenwich (Retired)
  1348. Dr. Ateş Uslu, associate professor, Istanbul University Faculty of Political Sciences
  1349. Jaret Vadera, Assistant Professor of the Practice, New Media, Department of Art, Cornell University
  1350. Vadkerti Ildikó, terepkoordinátor (ELTE TÁTK)
  1351. Ester Vaisman, Full professor, Department of Philosophy, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
  1352. Vajda Mihály, filozófus
  1353. Francesca Valentini – a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities
  1354. Alejandro Valle Baeza, Prof. tit. b, Fac. Economía, UNAM, México
  1355. Dr Neil Vallelly, University of Otago, New Zealand
  1356. Cecilia Vallejos (artist & researcher)
  1357. Prof. Dr. Jordi Vallverdú, B. Phil, B. Mus, M.Sci, Ph.D., Philosophy Dept. UAB, Bellaterra (BCN), CATALONIA
  1358. Chris Vance, PhD Candidate, York University, Toronto, Canada
  1359. Elowise Vandenbroecke, Dramaturge
  1360. David Vanderburgh, Associate Professor of Design, Theory and History of Architecture Faculty of Architecture, Architectural Engineering, and Urbanism (LOCI), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
  1361. Jonas Vanderschueren, editor-in-chief of the Dutch language literary magazine Kluger Hans
  1362. Drs. Diederick van den Ende, Lecturer at Liberal Arts & Sciences and Gender Studies, Utrecht University
  1363. Murillo van der Laan Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at University of Campinas (Brazil)
  1364. Remco van der Meer, faculty of philosophy of the University of Groningen
  1365. Siegfried Van Duffel, associate professor in philosophy at Nazarbayev University
  1366. Paolo Vanini, Department of Philosophy, University of Trento (Italy)
  1367. Luca Vanzago
  1368. Varga Nóra
  1369. Váradi Júlia, újságíró
  1370. Alpo Väkevä, Library of the Labour Movement, Helsinki, Finland
  1371. apl. Prof. Dr. Francesca Vidal, Wissenschaftliche Leiterin des Kompetenzzentrums Studium und Beruf, Wissenschaftliche Leiterin des Schwerpunkts Rhetorik der Universität Koblenz-Landau
  1372. Vitályos Réka
  1373. Dr. Miguel Vedda, Prof. titular plenario, Cátedra de Literatura Alemana, Director de la Sección de Literaturas en Lenguas Extranjeras, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras – UBA, Investigador principal – CONICET
  1374. José Fernández Vega, Researcher CONICET, Argentina, Assistant Professor, University of Buenos Aires
  1375. Profa. Dra. Célia Regina Vendramini, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
  1376. Richie Venton, Scottish Socialist Party national trade union organiser
  1377. Sergio Verastegui
  1378. Prof. Dr. Esteban Vernik, University of Buenos Aires
  1379. Tivadar Vervoort, Brussels – research master philosophy KU Leuven
  1380. Professsor Hugo Vezzetti, University of Buenos Aires
  1381. Vécsei Júlia, képzőművész
  1382. Christopher Vials, University of Connecticut (English)
  1383. Víctor Vich, Professor, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
  1384. Lilou Vidal
  1385. Susana Viegas, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Ifilnova, Portugal
  1386. Daniel A. Villar, University of Oxford
  1387. Feliciano Castano Villar, Reseacher, ALECD
  1388. Kris Vinck, Art Related Management, Belgium
  1389. Juha Virtanen, University of Kent
  1390. Thijs Vissia, translator, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  1391. Lise Vogel, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Rider University
  1392. Steven Vogel, Department of Philosophy, Denison University
  1393. Dr. Lutz Volke, Berlin
  1394. Alexander Vos – Korea University
  1395. Martina Vovk, curator, Museum of Modern art, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  1396. Alan Wald, H. Chandler Davis Collegiate Professor Emeritus, University of Michigan
  1397. William Wall, writer, Ireland
  1398. Neal T Walsh, AS220 Gallery Director/Visual Artist
  1399. Emily Wang, Assistant Professor of Russian, Department of German and Russian Languages and Literatures, University of Notre Dame
  1400. Lawrence S. Wang, Freiburg
  1401. Henry Richard Ward, PhD student in Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine
  1402. Georgia Warnke, Professor, Political Science, Director, Center for Ideas and Society, University of California
  1403. Professor Cathy Waters, School of English, Rutherford College, University of Kent
  1404. Chris Weedon, Professor Emerita, Critical and Cultural Theory, Cardiff University
  1405. Gisela Weimann
  1406. Andrew Weiner, Assistant Professor of Art Theory and Criticism, Department of Art and Art Professions, NYU-Steinhardt, Editor, ARTMargins
  1407. Steffen Weise, Berlin
  1408. Hadas Weiss, The Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle (Saale), Germany
  1409. Elke Weisser, photography / archive, Stuttgart, Germany
  1410. Dr Martyn Wemyss, anthropologist at Goldsmiths University in London
  1411. Thomas Wensing, New York
  1412. Yann Wermuth, University of Zurich, PhD student
  1413. Sara Westin, PhD in Human geography, Uppsala University, Sweden
  1414. Sara Wexler, University of California Berkeley
  1415. Katharina Wicht, student of Freie Universität Berlin
  1416. Johan Widén, artist, Sweden
  1417. Philip Widmann, filmmaker
  1418. Axel Wieder, Director, Bergen Kunsthall, Norway
  1419. Dani Wijesinghe, BSc., a University of Bristol alumnus
  1420. Victoria Wiksen (Norway)
  1421. Geoffrey Wildanger, Comparative Literature, Brown University
  1422. Carsten Wilke, Professor of History, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
  1423. Jen William, Professor of German Head, School of Languages and Cultures, Purdue University
  1424. Jerrad Williams (BA at Concord University)
  1425. Saywrane A. Williams — Circulation Assistant, Ingalls Library (Cleveland Museum of Art)
  1426. Dr. Heike Winkel
  1427. Sean Winkler, postdoc at the HSE
  1428. Georg Winter, Professor für Bildhauerei / Public Ar,t HBK Saar, Saarbrücken
  1429. Dr. Julia Wirxel, art historian and curator, Berlin
  1430. Jack Witcher, student of literature in Oregon, United States
  1431. Sarah C. White, Professor of International Development and Wellbeing, Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath
  1432. Tomasz Wiśniewski, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
  1433. Frieder Otto Wolf, Prof. Dr. phil. habil, Institut für Philosophie, Freie Universität Berlin, Deutschland
  1434. Dr. phil Frank Wolff, Historian, Osnabrück University
  1435. Dr. James Robert Wood, University of East Anglia
  1436. Dr Jamie Woodcock, University of Oxford
  1437. Fiona Woods, PhD researcher, Fiosraigh Scholar, School of Creative Arts, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
  1438. Sieglinde Worndle, Milano
  1439. Monika Woźniak, PhD Student, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
  1440. Joshua I Wretzel, Ph. D.
  1441. Brianne Wright, Archives of the City of Kingsport, Tennessee
  1442. David Wulf, book dealer
  1443. Olavo Ximenes, Phd Student – Unicamp / Brazil
  1444. Adam Xu, undergraduate student at Reed College, Portland, OR
  1445. Kevin Yang, PhD candidate, University of Essex
  1446. Yang Wenmo, PhD Candidate, Philosophy Department, Nanjing University, China
  1447. Bernard Yenelouis
  1448. Robert Zaller, Distinguished University Professor of History Emeritus, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  1449. Alexis Zanghi, PhD student, University of Minnesota
  1450. Giovanni Zanotti, Post-doctorate fellow in Philosophy at the University of Brasilia
  1451. Dilek Zaptcioglu, Historian, writer and translator, Turkey
  1452. Oleg Zaslavskii, senioir scientific fellow, doctor of sciences in physics and mathematics, V. N. Karazin Kharkov National University
  1453. Maria Zaslavsky, McGill University
  1454. Rafael Zawisza (University of Warsaw)
  1455. Octavio Zaya, Independent Curator, writer, editor, Co-Curator D-11, Boston/Brookline
  1456. Günter Andreas Zeller, Member of EXIT! Crisis and criticism of the commodity society, Germany
  1457. Arthur Zhang, Université Grenoble-Alpes
  1458. Jake Zhou, Shandong University
  1459. Yan Zhou, current Ph.D. student at the University of Toronto, independent curator, writer on art and literature, poetry translator
  1460. Ziarek, Krzysztof
  1461. Alexandra Zierold, Research Assistant at ERC PoC INTAC, “The International Register of Academic Job Categories. Facilitating Careers in the European Research Area“, Centre for Applied Linguistics, The University of Warwick
  1462. Julie Draskoczy Zigoris, Independent Scholar
  1463. Vincenzo Zingaro, PhD student in philosophy at the Università degli Studi di Firenze and Università degli Studi di Pisa
  1464. Susan Zimmermann
  1465. Peter Zorn, Manager of the European Media Art Platform
  1466. Dr. Devin Zuber, Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley, California
  1467. Martin Julius Zuckermann, Departments of Physics, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec and Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
  1468. Beti Žerovc, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
  1469. Zsellér Anna PhD
  1470. Zsurzsán Anita ELTE BTK PhD

We stand with the Archive. Do you?

“The man, who wants to act, has not really huge opportunity for action. But there is no moment, when one could not do something.” (György Lukács)

On 24 May 2018 the last research associate of the Georg Lukács Archives of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences was banned from the Archives after twenty-eight years of employment. Despite local and international protest, the Academy, with the assistance of its own library, closed the archives of the only world-renowned Hungarian philosopher, which has existed since 1972. The Archives ceased to exist as a resource for international researchers, by replacing the locks on its doors.

The Lukács Archives International Foundation (LANA) is working to preserve the philosopher’s legacy. We who have had the opportunity to work at the Archive, and/or who have enjoyed the support and help of the Archive in our research, and for whom access to the Archive’s holdings is essential to our future work, stand with them.

We therefore call on the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and its library to reverse this decision, which will have a destructive impact on our work, and on the work of countless other researchers in many academic disciplines.

Please share this petition with as many pertinent organizations and/or concerned individuals as possible, as this invaluable archive is under threat of total closure, and this may be our last chance to save it.

To add your name to the petition, send an e-mail with your name and institutional affiliation to muvesz.felelos.szolidaris@gmail.com.

We keep updating the list of signatories.


Wir sind mit dem Archiv. Und ihr?

„Die Möglichkeiten der Menschen, die etwas bewirken wollen sind natürlich nicht besonders groß. Es gibt allerdings keine Zeit, in der man irgendetwas nicht tun könnte.“ (Georg Lukács)

Am 24. Mai wurde die letzte Mitarbeiterin des Georg-Lukács-Archivs in Budapest von ihrer Stelle entlassen. Sie arbeitete seit 40 Jahren im Archiv des einzigen weltberühmten ungarischen Philosophen. Nach der vorherigen Einstellung der Forschungsarbeiten und dem Abtransport der Manuskripte hat die Ungarische Akademie der Wissenschaften (MTA) mit dieser Entscheidung das 1972 eröffnete Archiv endgültig geschlossen. Das Archiv, das ehemals international großes Ansehen und Interesse genossen hat existiert nicht mehr.

Die für die Rettung des Archivs gegründete Internationale Lukács-Archiv-Stiftung (LANA) kämpft weiterhin für den Zusammenhalt des Nachlasses – allerdings mit der geringsten Chance auf Erfolg. Wir, die die Gelegenheit hatten, im Georg-Lukács-Archiv arbeiten zu dürfen und/oder während unserer Forschungsarbeit durch das Archiv unterstützt wurden und für die der Zugang zu den im Archiv bewahrten handschriftlichen Materialien auch in Zukunft eine unumgängliche Bedingung ihrer Arbeit ist oder die, die die Arbeit der mit dem Archiv in Verbindung stehenden Forscher und Wissenschaftler hochschätzen, stehen hinter ihnen.

Daher bitten wir die Verantwortlichen der MTA und die Bibliothek der MTA erneut, im Interesse der Forschung die Entscheidung aufheben zu lassen.

Leite diese Nachricht an allen Privatpersonen und/oder Organisationen weiter, damit wir eine letzte Chance zum Protest haben können, da das Archiv bereits an der Grenze der völligen Auflösung steht.

Ihr könnt die Petition unterschreiben und weitere Nachrichten durch muvesz.felelos.szolidaris@gmail.com erhalten.

Die Liste der Unterzeichner wird ständig aktualisiert.


Мы с архивом. А Вы?

«У человека, которого хочет действовать, нет колоссальных возможностей для действий. Но нет времени, когда нельзя было что-то сделать.» (Дьёрдь Лукач)

На 24 мая 2018 г. последнему научному сотруднику Архива Дьёрдя Лукача Венгерской академии наук, имеющему уже 28 лет трудового стажа, было отказано в доступе к Архиву. На основании этого решения Академия — при содействии собственной библиотеки и после ликвидации исследований и захвата рукописей — закрыла архив единственного всемирно известного венгерского философа, существовавший с 1972 г. Архив перестал существовать как место, привлекающий международный интерес и исследователей путем замены замка в дверях.

Международный фонд Архива Лукача (LANA) продолжает бороться за сохранение наследия философа с минимальным шансом на успех. Мы, у которых была возможность работать в Архиве или пользоваться его поддержкой и помощью во время наших исследований и для которых доступ к печатным и письменным материалам хранившиеся в Архиве является настоятельной необходимостью в нашей будущей работы, солидарны с ним.

Мы вновь призываем тех, кто несет ответственность за Венгерскую академию наук и ее библиотеку, отменить это решение, которое не только делает невозможным исследование, а также наносит ущерб.

Поделитесь этим письмом протеста с организациями и людьми как можно больше, потому что Архив под угрозой полного закрытия, и, вероятно, это последняя возможность действовать.

Если вы хотите выразить свою готовность, отправьте электронное письмо на адрес muvesz.felelos.szolidaris@gmail.com.

Мы постоянно обновляем список подписавших.

Reklámok

Mit ér az intézmény? – Konferenciaprogram

A Mérei Ferenc Szakkollégium május 25-én, pénteken tartja éves tudományos konferenciáját, amelyen a szakkollégium tagjai mellett más hallgatók és doktoranduszok is bemutathatják kutatási eredményeiket. A Kelet Café stúdiójában tartott Mit ér az intézmény? központi témája az intézménykritika és intézményiség problémaköre, amelyet változatos perspektívákból igyekszünk megközelíteni.

  • 10:00-10:10 – A konferenciát Meszmann T. Tibor nyitja meg
  • 10:10-11:00 – Bíró Judit (ELTE TÁTK) plenáris előadása: Az üldözés intézményének klasszikus példái

11:00-11:10 – szünet (10 perc)

11:10-12:30 – 1. szekció

  • Takács Flóra (ELTE TÁTK): Az intézmények működésének vizsgálata a késő modern kor kihívásainak tükrében
  • Juhász Máté (ELTE BTK): „Mostantól kezdve világok állnak szemben egymással” – Az ideológia totális fogalma és a valóság problematikus ideája
  • Fehér Tibor Dániel (KRE BTK): Nevelési tanácsadók újramozgalmiasítása? – Kritikai pszichológia esélyei az intézményrendszeren belül
  • Weninger Sándor (NKE KDI): Intézményesülés és multimédia a zeneoktatásban: a lokális „szellemi terek” ontológiájának összefüggései

12:30-13:00 – Szünet (30 perc)

13:00-14:00 – 2. szekció

  • Leitheiser Fruzsina (ELTE TÁTK): Az integráció kihívása Európában – A 2015-ös menekültválság oktatáspolitikai, valamint integrációs stratégiákra gyakorolt hatása Németországban, Franciaországban és Svédországban
  • Bogdán Adrienn (ELTE TÁTK): Evészavarok és a társadalom (történeti áttekintés)
  • Kutor András (ELTE BTK): A partikularitás és az absztrakció grammatikai formái a ‘mindennapi’ nyelvhasználatban

14:00-14:15 – Szünet (15 perc)

14:15-15:15 – 3. szekció

  • Vörös Katalin (ELTE TÁTK): „Hordót a szónoknak!” – Kódolt antiszemitizmus a rendszerváltozás utáni politikai diskurzusban
  • Fuhl Dániel (ELTE BTK): Van élet a Szolidaritáson túl (?) – lengyel anarchista ellenkultúra a 80-as években
  • Tóth Károly (TPF MFSZ): A sztálinizmus kvintesszenciája – A klasszikus szocialista realizmus szépprózai kánonjának kvantitatív analízise

15:15-15:30 – Szünet (15 perc)

  • 15:30-17:00 – Kerekasztal-beszélgetés a szakkollégiumi rendszerről az ELTE Angelusz Róbert Társadalomtudományi Szakkollégium, a Társadalomelméleti Kollégium és az ELTE Eötvös József Collegium képviselőinek részvételével
  • 17:00 – A konferencia zárása

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Cirkuszi játékok Teller Katalinnal

Április 27-én, pénteken 19:00-tól a Mérei egyik korábbi oktatójájval, Dr. Teller Katalinnal, az ELTE BTK MMI Esztétika Tanszékének munkatársával beszélgetünk cirkusztörténeti kutatásáról.

A már csak cirkusztörténeti berkekben számon tartott cirkuszi kosztümös színjátékok (vagy cirkuszpantomimek, manézsdarabok) vizsgálata alkalmat ad arra, hogy körüljárhassuk a tömegkultúra ma is aktuális kérdéseit: milyen történelemszemléletet sugalltak ezek a színjátékok, miként alkalmazkodtak a nézők igényeihez vagy mentek szembe ezekkel, hogyan alakította az előadásokat a kultúrpolitikai közeg? A „népszerű történelem” (popular history) újabb keletű interdiszciplináris kutatási irányzata segít e kérdések megválaszolásában.

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„Mama zdarova” – Szántó Hajnalka és Vida Bence beszélgetése a Méreiben

Szántó Hajnalka, a Fébé Evangélikus Diakonisszaegyesület főnökasszonya beszélget Vida Bencével, a ELTE BTK Történelemtudományi Doktori Iskolajának doktoranduszával április 20-án, pénteken 18:00-tól a Mérei Ferenc Szakkollégiumban.

„A határról táviratot küldött megnyugtatásomra: «Mama zdarova», ami annyit jelentett, hogy a mama egészséges, tehát az akció sikerült.” Hogyan lesz egy magyar evangélikus egyetemistából ökumenikus bibliacsempész a ’70-es évek Moszkvájában? Miért dönt úgy egy szovjet egyetemi tanár hogy pravoszláv szerzetes lesz Lettországban? Miként tudja összekötni a különböző felekezetű embereket az orosz irodalom?

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Mit ér az intézmény? – Konferenciafelhívás

Mit ér az intézmény? Mit jelent az intézményesülés? Milyen előnyökkel és veszélyekkel járhat? Mik a különbségek vagy hasonlóságok a diskurzusra épülő, demokratikus intézményi működés és a normalizáló hatalmi gyakorlatok között? Hogyan alakul a kortárs intézménykritika jelene és jövője? Milyen érvek szólnak a szubverzív társadalomkritikák mellett? Csak finomhangolni lehet-e a fennálló társadalmi rendet, vagy a valódi társadalomkritika a régi mintákat elvetve mindent új alapokra helyez?

A Mérei Ferenc Szakkollégium idén is megszervezi tudományos konferenciáját, amelyen a szakkollégium tagjai mellett más magyar vagy angol nyelven tanuló hallgatók és doktoranduszok is bemutathatják kutatási eredményeiket. A konferencia központi témája az intézménykritika és intézményiség problémaköre, amelyet változatos perspektívákból igyekszünk megközelíteni.

A konferencián minden diszciplináris határt készek vagyunk áthágni, szívesen látunk kifejezetten elméleti előadásokat, valamint gyakorlati, civil szervezeteket és lokális közösségi szerveződéseket bemutató előadásokat is!
Az előadások időtartama 15 perc.

Az absztraktokat a muvesz.felelos.szolidaris@gmail.com email-címre várjuk, „Konferencia 2018” tárgymegjelöléssel. A jelentkezés határideje: április 30.

A beérkező absztraktokat a Mérei Ferenc Szakkollégium szakmai munkacsoportja bírálja el, a felkért előadókat legkésőbb május 11-ig értesítjük.

A konferenciát május 25-én, pénteken a Kelet Café stúdiójában tartjuk.

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Szakkollégiumok a Lukács Archívum megszüntetése ellen

Mi, szakkollégisták – akik kutatásaink során élveztük az Archívum segítségét és támogatását, akik hozzáférhettünk az ott őrzött nyomtatott és kéziratos anyagokhoz, akiknek elkerülhetetlenül szükségünk van a jövőben is erre vagy akik nagyra tartjuk azoknak a tudósoknak a munkáját, akiknek lehetőségük volt az Archívummal kapcsolatban állni – döbbenten értesültünk arról, hogy minden előzetes ígéret és bizonykodás ellenére az MTA Könyvtár és Információs Központ a kéziratok elszállításának előkészületein munkálkodik.

Egy ilyen lépés tönkreteszi a Lukács Archívum egyedülálló karakterét – amelynek pedig az MTA szemében is értékesnek kell lennie – és felmérhetetlen károkat okozna a kutatásnak.

Ezért arra kérjük az MTA és Könyvtára felelős vezetőit, hogy a kutatás érdekében álljanak el ettől a tervtől.

A Mérei Ferenc Szakkollégium tagjai
Társadalomelméleti Kollégium
PTE BTK Kerényi Károly Szakkollégium
A Bibó István Szakkollégium Választmánya és Igazgatója – mértéktartó kiállás a tudományos kutatás szabadságának féltése végett

 

Felvételizz a Mérei Ferenc Szakkollégiumba!

 

28685128_2437106449648584_3833579545168969728_oA Mérei Ferenc Szakkollégium ismét tagfelvételt hirdet, becsatlakozási lehetőséggel a 2018-as tavaszi félév eseményeibe. Mérei munkássága nyomán hiszünk abban, hogy a közösségiség kreatív energiákat szabadít fel, növeli a hatékonyságot és kellemesebbé teszi az életet.

Ha szeretnél egy összetartó és inspiráló közösség tagja lenni, kis létszámú különórákkal, körökkel, kutatóműhelyekkel és táborokkal, akkor köztünk a helyed! Szakkollégiumunkba beköltözési lehetőség is van. Feladatod, hogy március 18-ig elküldd felvételi adatlapodat a mereiszakkoli@gmail.com-ra, a továbbiakról pedig értesíteni fogunk.

A felvételi adatlap letölthető innen. Kérdéseitekkel bátran forduljatok hozzánk a fenti e-mail címen!