Iakovou Vicky

Assistant Professor (tenured)

Academic field: Political Philosophy

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Vicky Iakovou studied Political Science at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She holds a DEA in Political Philosophy from the University of Paris 10–Nanterre (1992) and a PhD in Political Science (specialization in political philosophy) from the University of Paris 7–Denis Diderot (2001, thesis title: Une confrontation. Hannah Arendt et la Théorie Critique). She gained scholarships from the Academy of Versailles (1991-1992) and the Greek State Scholarship Foundation (IKY, 1994-1998). She has also been Fellow at the Institute for Critical Social Inquiry, New School for Social Research (July 2018). Her teaching interests, research and publications involve modern and contemporary political and social philosophy, the critical theory of the Frankfurt School, the influence of psychoanalysis on political and social theory, and the tradition of utopian thought. She has translated into Greek books and articles of philosophy and political theory (by M. Abensour, H Arendt, Cl. Lefort, E. Levinas, J.-L. Nancy, M. Foucault, J. Ranciere, Sl. Zizek and others).

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Undergraduate Courses

PH-473 Karl Marx’s Social and Political Thought
special background, specialised general knowledge
W/S-062 Passions and politics in modern and contemporary political philosophy
specialised general knowledge
Ph-471 Introduction to Political Philosophy
special background, specialised general knowledge

Graduate Courses

CHC-1 Theories of historical alteration: Crisis, critique and utopia
MA in Crisis and Historical Change

Courses taught

H-273 Introduction to the philosophy of history (elective course)
S-360 Social theory (elective course)
PH-472 Critical theory of the Frankfurt School (elective course)
W/S-050 Biopolitics, biopower: Arendt, Foucault, Agamben (elective seminar)

Undergraduate

PH-473 Karl Marx’s Social and Political Thought
special background, specialised general knowledge
W/S-062 Passions and politics in modern and contemporary political philosophy
specialised general knowledge
Ph-471 Introduction to Political Philosophy
special background, specialised general knowledge

Postgraduate Courses

CHC-1 Theories of historical alteration: Crisis, critique and utopia
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