Associate Professor Nina Gładziuk (Janina Gładziuk-Okopień)

Department of Political Philosophy

Research interests

  • Ancient Greek thought and its reception in the modern and contemporary political philosophy
  • Genealogy of Anglo-Saxon liberalism: 17th-century English political thought, American political thought of the founding period, debate between the US republican and liberal tradition
  • Gender issue as a political problem: from Green Antiquity to contemporary gender discourses: gender theories in German cultural pessimism, conservative revolution and fascism, masculine identity movements within the millenary Christian right in the United States
  • Relations of fascism and cultural modernism: avant-garde aestheticism, existentialism, depth psychology

Publications

Curriculum Vitae [PDF file]

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