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CURRICULUM VITAE OF MS JASMINA NEDEVSKA    

Professional Employment

2011-present PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University (SU)


Education

M.A.    Political Science, Uppsala University, 2011.
Thesis: "An Environment Worthy of Future Generations - A thomist run for justice"

B.A.    Political Science, Uppsala University, 2009


Languages

Swedish (mother tongue), English (fluent), Italian (fluent), French (intermediate),
Spanish (intermediate), Macedonian (basic), Latin (read)


Research Interests

Political theory, political philosophy, theories of justice, natural law theory, contractualism,  intergenerational justice, environmental ethics, constitutional law, history of political thought.


Academic publications

“How Contractualist Individualism Fails Future Generations”, Public Reason (forthcoming).

“Do Principles of Natural Law Depend on Conceptions of Human Nature?”, Studia Philosophiae Christianae (forthcoming).


Conference papers (selection)

“The Problem of Intergenerational Justice”, presented at “Climate Change – Uncertainties, Thresholds, and Coping Strategies. Normative perspectives”, Schloss Retzhof/University of Graz, Austria, 8-12 September, 2014.

“How Contractualist Individualism Fails Future Generations”, presented at the ECPR Summer School on Methods in Normative Political Theory/Philosophy, Keele University, United Kingdom, 16-26 June, 2014.

“Do Principles of Natural Law Depend on Conceptions of Human Nature?”, presented at “Ethics of Moral Absolutes – Twenty Years after Veritatis Splendor”, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Poland, 16-17 December, 2013.

“An Environment Worthy of Future Generations – A thomist run for justice”, presented at Annual Postgraduate Conference at Cumberland Lodge, Dept. of Politics and International Relations, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, 1-3 March, 2013.

“Future Generations and the Social Contract Tradition”, presented at Nordic Network in Political Theory in Roskilde, Denmark, 25-27 October, 2012.

“A Go For a Feminist Virtue Ethics? Reaping the benefits from Okin’s critique”, presented at Nordic Network on Political Ethics in Vejle, Denmark, 8-10 August, 2012.


Teaching

Autumn 2014 Political Theory, basic course, 7,5 ECTS
Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
 
Spring 2014

Introduction to Ethics, 7,5 ECTS
Newman Institute for Catholic Studies

Supervison, Bachelor's Thesis in Philosophy
Newman Institute for Catholic Studies

Autumn 2012- Autumn 2013 Political Theory, basic course, 7,5 ECTS
Department of Political Science, Stockholm University


Positions of trust (selection)

2013/2014                      Co-opted member of the department board
Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
2012/2013 Vice chairperson of the PhD students' council
Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
2010 Project manager, democracy assistance program in Belarus,
financed by Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency)

 

Guest lectures

“Natural Law”, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, London Metropolitan University, Spring 2015.

“Intergenerational and Climate Justice” , Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, London Metropolitan University, Spring 2015.

“Is There a Naturalistic Fallacy in Natural Law Theory? – John Finnis and his adversaries”, Faculty of Law, Uppsala University, Autumn 2014.
 

Popular publications

“Medeltidens postsekulära skatt: Thomas av Aquinos idé om det gudagivna förnuftet”, Subaltern (forthcoming).

“Civilisation bör inte ersätta tradition”, Civilisation – 21 försök, Axel och Margaret Ax:son Johnsons stiftelse för allmännyttiga ändamål, 2014.

“Naturrätten enligt John Finnis”, Signum, Issue 8, August 2012.


Other

Nominee, Veritas et Amor Award 2012, Circolo San Tommaso.

Participation in the radio show Teologiska rummet (“The Theology Room”) on Swedish national radio P1, episode entitled “Thomas av Aquinos liv, teologi och filosofi” (“The Life, Theology and Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas”), first broadcasted 2013-11-10.