Boshko Karadjov
Differences between Comics vs Cinematic storytelling: Formats, Motion, Duration and the Concept of Closure

Boshko Karadjov is a professor of philosophy and a scientific researcher.

He completed his postgraduate (MA) and doctoral (PhD) studies in epistemology, sociology of knowledge, normative methodology, and philosophy of science at the Faculty of Philosophy – Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. With extensive teaching experience spanning over 15 years, Karadjov has contributed to academia by instructing courses on methodology, political philosophy, and philosophy of art.

Karadjov’s research interests extend beyond formal education, as he has served as a lecturer in philosophy of art, political philosophy, political ethics, and comic book culture in various educational programs. Furthermore, he holds a research associate position at the Center for Contemporary Politics – Libertariania, actively participating in their research and educational initiatives.

Since 2017, Karadjov has collaborated as a scientific researcher in the field of graphic literature and multimodality with the Department of Linguistics and Literary Science at the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Karadjov has published more than 50 scientific articles and four books: Paradoxes of Inductive Logic, Compendium Philosophiae, Logical Analysis of Scientific Knowledge, and Aesthetics of Comic Book Art. He has presented his research findings at numerous international conferences and is a member of the Philosophical Society of Macedonia.