Synonyms for julia_kristeva or Related words with julia_kristeva

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Examples of "julia_kristeva"
Volumes projected on : Martha C. Nussbaum, and Julia Kristeva
Tomasz Kitlinski holds his M. Phil. from the University of Paris 7, where he prepared his thesis, supervised by Julia Kristeva. He conducted research under Hélène Cixous, Maria Janion and Julia Kristeva.
Julia Kristeva would subsequently explore anal eroticism in connection with her concept of abjection.
Julia Kristeva, philosopher, is the head of the Simone de Beauvoir prize committee.
Other significant figures in poststructuralist feminism include Monique Wittig, and Julia Kristeva.
Black Sun: Depression and Melancholia, by Julia Kristeva, published in 1989. Translated by Leon S. Roudiez
2013: Claire Bishop, Judith Butler, Barbara Duden, Julia Kristeva, Heike Kühn, and Martha Rosler
"Julia Kristeva" is the founder and head of the Simone de Beauvoir prize committee.
Julia Kristeva. "This Incredible Need to Believe" (Columbia University Press, 2009). 2010 French American Foundation Translation Award finalist.
Piekenbrock studied Theatre, Philosophy and Art history in Aix-en-Provence, Munich and Paris with Julia Kristeva
Along with Luce Irigaray and Julia Kristeva, Cixous is considered one of the mothers of poststructuralist feminist theory.
French feminism from the 1970s onwards has forged specific routes in postmodern feminism and in feminist psychoanalysis, through such writers as Julia Kristeva and Hélène Cixous.
Members of the Association include Algirdas Julien Greimas, Roman Jakobson, Julia Kristeva, Emile Benveniste, André Martinet, Roland Barthes, Umberto Eco, Thomas A. Sebeok, and Juri Lotman.
Julia Kristeva saw it as central to an authentic inner life, as well as to creative sublimations in life and art.
In "Powers of Horror" (1980), where Julia Kristeva elaborates her theory of abjection, she recognizes the influence of Douglas’s “fundamental work,” while criticizing certain aspects of her approach.
Julia Kristeva considered that language could be used by the developing child as a counterphobic object, protecting against anxiety and loss.
As member of the committee of the journal Action poétique with Henri Deluy, Martine Broda, Jacques Roubaud and Elisabeth Roudinesco, she expressed critical views of Tel Quel. and criticizes the use of linguistics made by Julia Kristeva
Among the list of NBU Honorary Doctors and Honorary Professors are Richard Rorty, Julia Kristeva, Jean-Pierre Vernant, Milcho Leviev, Raina Kabaivanska, Ralf Dahrendorf, Terry Eagleton, Geert Hofstede, Ennio Morricone, etc.
Julia Kristeva (; ; born 24 June 1941) is a Bulgarian-French philosopher, literary critic, psychoanalyst, feminist, and, most recently, novelist, who has lived in France since the mid-1960s. She is now a professor at the University Paris Diderot.
The prize was founded by Julia Kristeva on January 9, 2008, the 100th anniversary of de Beauvoir's birth. It amounts to €20,000 and is funded by Éditions Gallimard and Culturesfrance.