Rada Iveković

was Senior Research Fellow at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore in 2013. Former programme director at the Collège international de philosophie (2004-2010), Paris, philosopher, indologist, writer, she was born in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, in 1945. She taught at the Philosophy department of Zagreb University, then at universities in France (Paris-7; Paris-8 Saint-Denis; Saint-Etienne), and was visiting professor at many other universities in different countries. She published books in different languages concerning philosophy in general (Indian or comparative, though not exclusively, and including some translations from Sanskrit or Pali, textbooks, essays), political philosophy, feminist philosophy, (literary) criticism, essays.

Some publications : Autopsie des Balkans. Ein psycho-politischer Essay,  Droschl : Graz (2001) ; with Julie Mostov (eds), From Nation to gender, Longo Editore: Ravenna 2002. Le sexe de la nation, Paris: Eds. Léo Scheer 2003; Dame Nation. Nation et différence des sexes, Ravenna, Longo Editore 2003; Ghislaine Glasson Deschaumes & R. I. (eds.), Divided Countries, Separated Cities. The Modern Legacy of Partition, OUP: Delhi 2003; The Captive Gender : Ethnic Stereotypes, Women Unlimited: Delhi 2005; (with Stefano Bianchini, Sanjay Chaturvedi, Ranabir Samaddar), Partitions. Reshaping States and Minds, Routledge Frank Cass: London 2005; L'éloquence tempérée du Bouddha. Souverainetés et dépossession de soi, Klincksieck: Paris 2014.