Bojana Cvejić

Bojana Cvejić, Professor of Dance and Dance Theory

B.A. musicology, M.A. musicology and aesthetics, FMU Belgrade
Ph.D. philosophy Center For Research in Modern European Philosophy, London, Kingston University

Areas of specialization:
continental philosophy and critical theory, contemporary aesthetics, performance studies, contemporary dance and choreography, dramaturgy, and artistic methodology

Books (a selection)
Choreographing Problems: Expressive Concepts in European Contemporary Dance and Performance (Palgrave, Basingstoke 2015)
Public Sphere by Performance, co-written with A. Vujanović (b_books, Berlin, 2012)
Parallel Slalom: Lexicon of Nonaligned Poetics, co-edited with G. S. Pristaš (TkH/CDU, Belgrade/Zagreb, 2013)
A Choreographer’s Score: Fase, Rosas danst Rosas, Elena’s Aria, Bartók, co-written with A.T.De Keersmaeker (Mercator, Brussels, 2012)

Research results

  • Receptions of Spinoza (public lecture—webinar) (2020).
    Lecture. More
  • Aesthetic individualism, or dancing solo in the 21st century (2019).
    Lecture. More
  • La partition musicale et chorégraphique: Un débat entre Bojana Cvejić, Marc Downie et Paul Kiaser, Benjamin, Piekut, Frédéric Pouillaude et Edward C. Warburton, mené par Mark Franko et Kate van Orden (2019).
    Academic article. More
  • A Study in Anarchy: A Physical Quest for Natural Rights (2019).
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  • The Procedural, the Prescriptive and the Prefigurative Performance: Some reflections on the question of time of political action (2019).
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  • How Does Choreography Think ‘Through’ Society (2019).
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  • Reading, listening, enduring (2019).
    Other. More
  • What Is a Political Film? On Straub-Huillet’s Poetics of Hylomorphism (2018).
    Article in business/trade/industry journal. More
  • A Parallel Slalom from BADco: In Search of a Poetics of Problems (2018).
    Chapter. More