Ana Samardzija

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Straßburg, France


2003, 2004, 2005


Sept 2003 - Feb 2004

July 2007 - July 2007

Sept 2007 - Sept 2007

Born 1973 in Belgrade.

Began with her studies of philosophy in Ljubljana (Slovenia) and graduated in Strasbourg. Since 2000 she teaches philosophy of art at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs and aesthetics at the Faculty of Arts at the University Marc Bloch in Strasbourg.

She has participated in various conferences and has written in the field of art theory and philosophy, and translated philosophical texts.

Selected projects: translation of Merleau-Ponty’s “Le Visible et l‘Invisible” (Ljubljana, 2000), translation of Martin Heidegger‘s “Die Armut” (in colloboration with Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, 2003), “De l’inconvénient et de l’utilité de la pauvreté” (texts on “Die Armut”, 2003), organization of a seminar on art criticism with the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Strasbourg, 2003).

Winner of the National Prize for Translation awarded by the Slovene Society of Literary Translators for her translation of “Le Visible et l’Invisible” (2002).

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