David Sterritt is editor-in-chief of Quarterly Review of Film and Video and film professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art. His 15 books include The Films of Jean-Luc Godard: Seeing the Invisible and Jean-Luc Godard: Interviews.
Lucy Bolton is Reader in Film Studies at Queen Mary University of London. She specializes in film philosophy and film stardom, and is currently writing a monograph that brings these fields together, called Philosophy and Film Stardom: Ethics, Aesthetics, Phenomenologies.
Glen W. Norton
Glen W. Norton teaches in the Department of English and Film Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. He’s the long-time digital curator of Cinema=Godard=Cinema, and the author of a forthcoming book Lived Moments: Phenomenology, Neorealism, and the New Wave.
Tamara Tasevska is an affiliated faculty member at Baruch College-CUNY. Her work focuses on French film in postwar and postcolonial contexts. She is currently working on her first book, Color-Images: Chromatic Innovations and Multiplicity of Worlds in French Cinema and Fiction.
Oana Șerban (b. 1991) is a titular professor at the University of Bucharest, Romania, where she teaches Modern Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Biopolitics. Among other notable works, she is the author of Cultural Capital and Creative Communication and After Thomas Kuhn.
Gabriella Calchi Novati
Gabriella Calchi Novati (MA, MPhil, PhD) is a cultural philosopher and psychoanalyst based in Zürich, Switzerland. Her academic research focuses on the intersections of performance studies, biopolitics, Anthropocene studies, and psychoanalytic theory.
Martín Heredero Campo
Martín Heredero Campo works as a philosophy teacher at St. Augustine School in Valladolid. His research revolves around the philosophy of technology, phenomenology, nihilism, existentialism, and Ernst Jünger.
Rahime Özgün Kehya
Rahime Özgün Kehya (PhD) is an academic at Kafkas University in the Department of Cinema and Television. Her research focuses on migration, gender, integration, cultural diversity and otherness in film and media studies.
Davor Džalto is a philosopher, artist, theorist, and theologian. He is currently Professor in Religion, Art and Democracy at the University College Stockholm. He has authored and coauthored several books, most recently Beyond Capitalist Dystopia (Routledge, 2022).
Niall Kennedy is a specialist in modern French philosophy, particularly the philosophy of literature, film and the arts. He’s currently working as a lecturer in Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, and writing his first book, on Deleuze and the author.
Diana Neiva is a high school teacher and a PhD candidate at the University of Minho, researching film as philosophy and thought experiments. She is the coeditor (with Christina Rawls and Steven S. Gouveia) of Philosophy and Film: Bridging Divides.
Diogo Nóbrega is a PhD candidate in Artistic Studies – Art and Mediations at NOVA University of Lisbon. Between 2018 and 2021, he held a Visiting Student position at Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa. His publications have appeared in numerous books and peer-reviewed journals.
Alexandra Okanovic is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Szeged in Hungary, where she received her MA degree in philosophy in 2019. Her research is focused on aesthetics, specifically the philosophy of Emmanuel Lévinas and Jean-Luc Marion.
Nemanja Mićić, PhD, is an associate professor at the Faculty of Philosophy (Department of Philosophy), University of Novi Sad. His research work focuses on topics such as the philosophy of language, contemporary philosophy, philosophy of art, and philosophy of media.
Olena Verbivska is a PhD student at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine, with a philosophical background in structuralism and poststructuralism. Her current focus is on narrative theories, with a particular interest in narrative grammar.
Russell J. A. Kilbourn
Russell J. A. Kilbourn is Professor and Chair of English and Film Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. He publishes on memory, film, comparative studies, critical posthumanism, and postsecular cinema. His books include The Cinema of Paolo Sorrentino, and The Memory Effect.
Evangelos D. Protopapadakis
Evangelos D. Protopapadakis is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. His research interests include Applied Ethics and Ethics and Gender. He has authored five books, edited 12 volumes and published more than 70 papers on various ethical issues.
Georgios Arabatzis is a philosophy professor at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. An expert in Byzantine philosophy, his research explores the topics of aesthetics and representation. He is the author of six books and the editor of many more.
Senka Anastasova is a full-time professor of Aesthetics and Political Philosophy at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, and a visiting academic at the University of California Berkeley. Her research interests encompass feminist political economy, philosophy of culture/subculture, aesthetics and politics, and socialist feminism.
Sofia Koukia is a first-year PhD student in Philosophy at Binghamton University, from Athens, Greece. Her research interests span various domains, including aesthetics, neurophilosophy, philosophy of language, and feminist philosophy.
Boshko Karadjov is a philosopher, essayist, cultural theorist and researcher in the field of graphic literature and intermedia arts. He is the author of four books—most recently Aesthetics of Comics—as well as over 50 scientific articles.
Ernesto Heredero del Campo
Ernesto Heredero del Campo is a philosopher, diplomat, and poet. The current Deputy Head of Mission of the Kingdom of Spain in Skopje, he is pursuing a PhD in philosophy, with his research focused on the works of Cioran and Wittgenstein. He has published three acclaimed books of poetry.
Bruno Ćurko is a philosophy professor at the University of Split. He teaches ethics, critical thinking and philosophy of education, and leads workshops and projects on philosophy with children. He has authored and co-authored numerous books, articles, and educational materials.
Susana Viegas received her PhD in Philosophy (Aesthetics) from the Nova University of Lisbon and is a Researcher in Film-Philosophy. In 2023, she was awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant to lead a new research project, “Film and Death—Film-Philosophy as a Meditation on Death.”