is a visual culture theorist and curator. Her theoretical and curatorial interests include postcolonial critique of the hegemonic power regimes of representation, gender theory and feminism, participatory art, and collaborative research-based art practices. Currently she is Principal Investigator at the Politecnico di Milano (Transmitting Contentious Cultural Heritages through the Arts: From Intervention to Coproduction (TRACES), Horizon 2020). From 2013 to 2015 she was the Endowed Professor for Central and South European Art Histories at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and she taught at the Visual Culture Unit at the Technological University in Vienna. Milevska was Fulbright Senior Research Scholar (2004) and received a PhD in Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths College – University of London (2006). In 2012, Milevska won the Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory.


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The Grammar and Politics of Commoning – Suzana Milevska