Lecture by Boris Buden. 21 June 2023.

June 21st – 5pm, Room 112
The event is open to everyone


In the framework of the seminar ‘The work of Translation after ChatGPT and Large Language Models,’ KIM hosts a lecture by Boris Buden around the topics of digital ‘extinction’ of languages and the politics of translation in time of war.

Boris Buden is a writer, cultural critic and translator. He received his PhD in cultural theory from Humboldt University in Berlin. In the 1990s he was editor of the magazine Arkzin in Zagreb. His essays and articles cover the topics of philosophy, politics, cultural and art criticism. Buden is translator of some of the most important works of Sigmund Freud into Croatian. Among his recent books are Zone des Übergangs (Frankfurt/Main, 2009), Findet Europa (Wien, 2015), Transition to Nowhere (Berlin, 2018). Buden is permanent fellow at the European Institute of Progressive Cultural Policies, Vienna.