Marietta Radomska is a feminist philosopher and transdisciplinary Gender Studies scholar. She works as a Research Fellow at the Department of Thematic Studies – unit: Gender Studies, Linköping University, Sweden, within the research area of Environmental Humanities and The Posthumanities Hub. From July 2018 until June 2020 Radomska was also a Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Cultures (Art History), University of Helsinki, Finland.
She holds a PhD in Gender Studies (Linköping University, SE), Research MA in Gender and Ethnicity (Utrecht University, NL) and MA in Philosophy specialised in Social Communication (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, PL).
Her research interests include: feminist theory, continental philosophy, environmental humanities, posthumanities, queer death studies, bioart, eco-art, performance art, critical animal studies, and others.
In years 2017-2020 Radomska worked on the research project “Ecologies of Death: Environment, Body and Ethics in Contemporary Art”, funded by The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) International Postdoc Grant.
She is the founder of The Eco- and Bioart Research Network, co-director of The Posthumanities Hub, a founding member of Queer Death Studies Network, co-founder of The International Network for Ecocritical and Decolonial Research, and co-coordinator of GEXcel International Collegium for Advanced Transdisciplinary Gender Studies research strand “Death Studies: Queerfeminist Materialist Perspectives” (together with Nina Lykke and Tara Mehrabi).
Radomska is the author of the monograph Uncontainable Life: A Biophilosophy of Bioart (2016).
Other networks and collaborations:
- Member of the Finnish Bioart Society.
- Associate member of Posthumanism Research Institute, Brock University, Canada.
- Member of Design and Posthumanism Network(as a representative of The Posthumanities Hub)
- Member of COST Action IS1307 New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on How Matter Comes to Matter (Working Group 4: New Materialisms at the Crossroads of the Natural and Human Sciences).