Arto Artinian is an associate professor at Borough of Manhattan Community College (City University of New York), where he teaches classes in political philosophy. He is а member of the editorial collective of the journal “Situations” (published by the Institute for the Radical Imagination, New York City), and the scientific secretary for international collaboration at the Institute for Critical Theories of Supermodernity in Sofia, Bulgaria ( http://icts.bg/en/ ).
He splits his time and work between New York City and his native Bulgaria.
Research interests: critical theory, contemporary philosophy, political philosophy, theories of computer and experimental music.
– “Homo Datum – Emerging Outlines” (Sociological Problems, Sofia, Bulgaria, fall 2019)
– “On Improvised Music, Computational Creativity, and Human-Becoming” (Leonardo Music Journal, 2017)
– “Radical Currents in Soviet Philosophy: Lev Vygotsky and Evald Ilyenkov” (Socialism and Democracy, Vol. 31, 2017)
– “Lenin Reloaded Again: A Critical Book Review of T. Krausz’s “Reconstructing Lenin: An Intellectual Biography”” (Situations: Journal for the Radical Imagination, 2018).