Marta Bashovski

Assistant Professor of Political Science
BA Hons (University of British Columbia), MA and PhD (University of Victoria)
Phone: 306.359.1259 | Fax: 306.359.1200 | Office: CM 315

Research Interests

  • History of political thought, particularly early modern and Enlightenment thought
  • Contemporary social and political thought
  • Politics of knowledge and politics of language
  • International relations theory
  • Theories of resistance and dissent
  • Critical methodologies and practices of critique
  • Politics of narrative and aesthetics
  • History and sociology of the social sciences

Current Scholarly Projects

Philosophical Insight into Racial Discrimination

Representative Publications

  • “The looping effects of IR’s concepts: Bartelson on ontogenetic war and the politics of classification” forthcoming, Millennium: Journal of International Studies 48(1).
  • “The politics of sideways glances.” Journal of Narrative Politics 4(2), 141-144.
  • “Curiosities.” Peninsula: Journal of Relational Politics, March 2017.
  • “Returning to the Politics of Form: Levine’s Forms, and Jameson’s The Ancients and the Postmoderns,” Theory & Event 19(3), July 2016.