Clemena Antonova is an art historian with interests in Russian religious philosophy and, more generally, the role of religion in modernity. Her D.Phil. thesis at Oxford University was published as a book titled Space, Time, and Presence in the Icon: Seeing the World with the Eyes of God (Ashgate, UK, 2010). Her second book is Visual Thought in Russian Religious Philosophy (Routledge, 2019). Clemena has held research fellowships at several institutions, most recently at IMERA, the University of Aix-Marseille and the Morphomata Centre, the University of Cologne. At present, she is the Research Director of the Eurasia in Global Dialogue Programme at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna.
The Coronavirus Crisis as a Missed Opportunity: A Lesson from an Old Testament Story
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