Alenka Zupančič Žerdin
Alenka Zupančič Žerdin is a research adviser at the Institute of Philosophy of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts and visiting professor at the European Graduate School, Switzerland. She is the author of numerous articles and books on psychoanalysis and philosophy, including The Odd One In: on Comedy (MIT 2008); Why Psychoanalysis: Three Interventions (Aarhus UP 2008); The Shortest Shadow: Nietzsche’s Philosophy of the Two (MIT 2003) and Ethics of the Real: Kant and Lacan (Verso 2000).
Mladen Dolar is Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana. His principal areas of research are psychoanalysis, modern French philosophy, German idealism and art theory. He has lectured extensively at the universities in USA and across Europe, he is the author of over hundred papers in scholarly journals and collective volumes. Apart from ten books in Slovene his book publications include most notably A Voice and Nothing More (MIT 2006, translated into five languages) and Opera’s Second Death (with Slavoj Žižek, Routledge 2001, also translated into several languages).
Miran Božovič, Mladen Dolar, Simon Hajdini, Peter Klepec, Zdravko Kobe, Dragana Kršić, Gregor Moder, Tadej Troha, Alenka Zupančič Žerdin, Slavoj Žižek.
International Advisory Board
Bernard Baas (Strasbourg), Alain Badiou (Paris), Rey Chow (Durham), Joan Copjec (Buffalo), Fredric Jameson (Durham), Catherine Malabou (Kingston, Paris), Robert Pfaller (Vienna), Eric Santner (Chicago), Thomas Wallgren (Helsinki).