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Lunch Lecture: Adriana Zaharijević »Why do lives need to be grievable? Judith Butler on War«

Adriana Zaharijević is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade. Her work combines political philosophy, feminist theory and social history. She is the author of four monographs (in Serbian) Becoming a Woman [2010], Who Is an Individual? [2014, 2019], Life of Bodies [2020], and Judith Butler and Politics (Edinburgh University Press, 2023). Her texts have been translated into Albanian, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, and Ukrainian, and she has actively translated feminist theory and philosophy into Serbian for two decades. She regularly writes short pieces for a wider public, in which she tackles social inequalities, antinationalism and antimilitarism. Adriana is the 2022 Emma Goldman Snowball awardee.