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Editorial committee


Fabian Dorsch (†)

Editor-in-Chief
University of Fribourg, Switzerland

It is with deep sadness that we announce that Fabian Dorsch passed away suddenly on 21 February 2017.

Fabian Dorsch, PhD, University College London, was Research Professor in philosophy at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. He published articles in Philosophical Explorations, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences and the European Journal of Philosophy, as well as with Oxford University Press and MIT Press. A book on the imagination is forthcoming with Routledge. Some years before joining Estetika, he served as an assistant editor with Dialectica (Wiley-Blackwell). He was the co-founder and secretary of the European Society of Aesthetics and edited their proceedings. He served as Estetika’s editor-in-chief from 2012. Apart from topics in epistemology and the philosophy of mind, his research concerned mainly the nature of aesthetic experience and evaluation, aesthetic reasoning and normativity, theories of depiction, expression and imagination, and the ontology of artworks.

Zoltán Papp

Deputy Editor
Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

Zoltán Papp, Ph.D., ELTE, is currently a senior lecturer in the Insitute for Art Theory and Media Research, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. He co-founded and co-edited Laocoon, an online journal for the philosophy of art. He has written articles on Kant and Schiller, whose chief works on aesthetics he has also translated into Hungarian. His research has been focused mainly on the aesthetics and philosophy of German Idealist and Romantic art.

Monika Bokiniec

Associate Editor
University of Gdańsk, Poland

Monika Bokiniec, Ph.D., UMCS, is Lecturer in the Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Journalism, the University of Gdańsk. She has published a number of articles on the aesthetics of popular art, media art, and feminist aesthetic theory. Currently her research is concentrated on two topics: the cinematic representation of the artist and the ethical criticism of art.

Tereza Hadravová

Associate Editor
Charles University, Czech Republic

Tereza Hadravová, M.A., Charles University, is a Ph.D. student at the Department of Aesthetics, Charles University, Prague. She has published articles on film and cognitive aesthetics, edited seminar proceedings, and co-translated Goodman’s Languages of Arts into Czech. Her chief interests are cognitive and experimental aesthetics, theories of perception and the emotions, and the aesthetics of cinema.

Štěpán Kubalík

Associate Editor
Charles University, Czech Republic

Štěpán Kubalík, M.A., Charles University, is an assistant lecturer at the Department of Aesthetics, Charles University. There he is also studying a PhD programme in aesthetics, doing a research in the ontology of aesthetic properties and aesthetic judgment. Among his research interests also belong topics from the philosophy of language, and aesthetic normativity.

Jakub Stejskal

Associate Editor
Charles University, Czech Republic

Jakub Stejskal, M.A., Charles University, is an assistant lecturer at the Department of Aesthetics, Charles University, where he is also working on his PhD thesis. His interests lie at the crossroads of aesthetics and social philosophy. He is also interested in the theory of modernity/modernism and in the aesthetics of visual art.

Josef Šebek

Associate Editor
Charles University, Czech Republic

Josef Šebek, M.A., Charles University, is a Ph.D. student at the Institute of Czech and Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, Charles University, Prague. He has published articles on literary theory and (co-)translated articles and books from English. His research is focused on current debates between aesthetics and cultural studies, institutional approaches in literary theory and 20th century Czech literature.