Radomska, M., 2007. Jednostka jako przedmiot wiedzy. „Narodziny kliniki” Michela Foucaulta[Individual as the subject of knowledge. The Birth of the Clinic by Michel Foucault]. Preteksty, 8, Poznan: Adam Mickiewicz University, pp. 92-100.
Radomska, M.,Zoosemiotics as a new perspective. Homo communicativus, 1, Poznan: Adam Mickiewicz University, pp. 71-78.
Research review articles:
Radomska, M. 2019 (forthcoming). Posthuman Ecologies of the Corpse. Women, Gender & Research.
Radomska, M., T. Mehrabi and N. Lykke (eds.), Australian Feminist Studies, special issue: ‘Queer Death Studies: Death, Dying and Mourning in a Queerfeminist Context’ (forthcoming Spring 2020).
Radomska, M., T. Mehrabi and N. Lykke (eds.), Women, Gender & Research, special issue: ‘Queer Death Studies: Coming to Terms with Death with Death, Dying and Mourning Differently’ (forthcoming: 2-3/2019).
Radomska, M. and C. Åsberg. Doing Away with Life: On Biophilosophy, the Non/Living, Toxic Embodiment, and Reimagining Ethics. In: Berger, K. Mäki-Reinikka, K. O’Reilly & H. Sederholm, eds. Art as we don’t know it.10th Anniversary of the Bioart Society. Helsinki: Aalto ARTS Books (forthcoming 2019).
Radomska, M., 2009. Etyka nomadyczna a bioart [Nomadic ethics and bioart]. In: S. Antkowiak & A. Rubczak, eds. Dzieło sztuki z perspektywy kulturowej. Metody, dyskursy, narracje [The Work of Art in a Cultural Perspective: Methods, Discourses, Narratives]. Torun: Nicolaus Copernicus University.
Peer-reviewed conference contributions:
“Archives of Lichenology or 100 Vignettes: Storying the Non/Living in a More-than-human World”. Paper forming part of the workshop “Becoming with Alien Encounters” (by Nina Lykke, Katja Aglert, Line Henriksen and Marietta Radomska) and presented at Multispecies Storytelling in Intermedial Practices Conference, 23-25 January 2019, Växjö, SE.
“Deterritorialising Death: On Feminist Biophilosophy as a Queer(ing) Methodology”. Paper presented at Trans in Transit: Gender Studies Conference, 22-24 November 2018, Turku, FI.
“Queering Un/Common Ecologies of Death”. Paper presented at (Un)Common Worlds: Human-Animal Studies Conference, 7-9 August 2018, Turku, FI.
“Queering Boundaries: On Biophilosophy, the Non/living and Death”. Paper presented at the SLSAeu GREEN conference, 13-16 June 2018, Copenhagen. Paper formed part of the two-session panel “Queering Ecologies of Death”, proposed by Marietta Radomska and Patricia MacCormack.
“Thinking with Bioart: Towards a Biophilosophy of the Non/Living”. Paper presented at the 7th biannual ACSIS (The Advanced Cultural Studies Institute of Sweden) conference: Mobilising Cultural Studies, 19-21 June 2017, Norrköping.
“Queer Death: Challenging Conventional Ontologies, Norms, and Images of Death, Dying and Mourning” panel debate by A. Jonsson, V. Alasuutari, N. Lykke, W. Grahn, L. Henriksen, T. Mehrabi, M. Radomska, E. Söderberg, presented at G16: Swedish Conference for Gender Research “Boundaries, Mobility, Mobilisation”, 23-25 November 2016, Linköping
“The Promises of Non/Living Monsters and Uncontainable Life”. Paper presented at Promises of Monsters: International Conference, University of Stavanger (Norway), 28-29 April 2016.
“Machinic Assemblages of the Non/living: Bioart and Uncontainable Life”. Paper presented at The 8th International Deleuze Studies Conference “Daughters of Chaos: Practice, Discipline, A Life,” Stockholm, 29 June-1 July 2015.
“As the Non/Living Twitches: Bioart, Movement, and the Question of Life”. Presented at 5th Beyond Humanism Conference: The Posthuman, University of Roma 3, Rome, 11-14 September 2013.
“The Twitching of Life: Somatechnics of the Non/living”. Presented at Somatechnics International Conference “Missing Links: The Somatechnics of Decolonisation”, Linköping University, 17-19 June 2013.
“On the Monstrosity of the Semi-Living: Embodiment, Subjecthood and Ethics in the Context of Bioart”. Presented at International conference “Sensualising Deformity: Communication and Construction of Monstrous Embodiment”, University of Edinburgh, UK, 15-16 June 2012.
“The Lesson of Tissue Cultures: Thinking the Radical Immanence of Life Through Bioart”. Presented at the annual new materialism conference “Entanglements of New Materialisms”, Linköping University, 25-26 May 2012.
“How Does Life Come To Matter Through Bioart? On Ethico-zoonto-epistemology Of Transspecies Relations”. Presented at International Conference “Feminist Materialisms: Gender, Nature, Body, Materiality”, University of Copenhagen, 26-27 April 2012.
“Towards an Ecology of the Affective: Between Pain, Pleasure and Radical Body Modifications”. Presented at The Fourth International Deleuze Studies Conference “Creation, Crisis, Critique”, Copenhagen Business School, 27-29 June 2011.
“Time, Space, Matter – on Cartography of Gilles Deleuze and Karen Barad”. Presented at The Third International Deleuze Studies Conference “Connect, Continue, Create”, University of Amsterdam, 12-14 July 2010.
“How to Think Affirmative Biopolitics?” Presented at “CONNECTdeleuze: Transdisciplinary Perspectives. 2nd International Deleuze Studies Conference”, Cologne, 10-12 August 2009
“The Posthumanist Subject: Going Beyond Anthropocentric Identity”. Presented at “The First Interdisciplinary Academic Conference: The (Ab)uses of the Body in Culture”, Torun, Poland, 21-22 May 2009.
“From Discipline to Control: Analysis of the Society in M. Foucault’s and G. Deleuze’s Writings. Presented at “One or several Deleuzes?” The First International Deleuze Studies Conference, Cardiff, 11-13 August 2008.
Popular science publications including presentations and cloud papers:
Radomska, M. 2018. Commentary on the presentation by artist Pilvi Takala “Negotiating Expectations: Making compromises without compromising your work in the context of projects in non-art environments” at the symposium Getting By: Negotiating Future Livelihoods in the Arts. 13 November 2018, Kiasma, Helsinki, FI.
Radomska, M. and C. Åsberg. 2018. Doing Away with Life. Talk at the official opening of SOLU Space by the Bioart Society, 9 November 2018, Helsinki, FI.
Radomska, M., 2018. On Bioart, Biophilosophy and Re-Imagining Futures. In This Mess We’re In curated by Tarsh Bates. Exhibition catalogue. Perth: UWA.
“We too talk about #metoo” panel debate on the #metoo movement in the Swedish academia and society; panellists: L. Salmonsson (ÖrU), E. Alm (GU), U. Mellström (KaU), L. LaFauci (LiU), M. Radomska (LiU), T. Mehrabi (LiU), moderated by C. Åsberg (LiU); 28 February 2018, Linköping University.
Radomska, “Between the Posthumanities and Bioart: Imagining the Futures in a More-than-human World” – invited speaker and panellist at the annual KVIT Conference: Extend our limits (organised by Cognitive Science students at LiU), 27-28 April 2017.
“We Have Never Been Human” – a talk by T. Bates (University of Western Australia), with response from O. Cielemęcka (LiU), L. LaFauci (LiU) and M. Radomska (LiU), moderated by C. Åsberg (LiU). Gothenburg International Science Festival (Göteborgs Vetenskapsfestivalen). April 2016.
Glosowitz, M. and Radomska, M., 2012. “Nowe relacje, polaczenia oraz transformacje – rozmowa z Marietta Radomska wokol zwrotu afektywnego” [“New Relations, Connections, Transformations: Interview with Marietta Radomska on the Affective Turn”]. artPapier, 13 (205). [Online]. Available at: http://www.artpapier.com/index.php?page=artykul&wydanie=156&artykul=3351&kat=17 [Accessed: 10 September 2016].
“Deterritorialising Death: Queer(ing) Methodology and Contemporary Art”, presented 22 January 2019, at The Posthumanities Hub Seminar Series, KTH, Stockholm, SE
“On Bioart, the Non/Living and Promises of Monstrous Futures”, presented on 23 October 2018, at the Christina Research Seminar – SKY Advanced Research Seminar Series, University of Helsinki, Finland.
“Non/Living Archives: Deterritorialising Death”, presented at The Second International Symposium Eco/Decolonial Arts: Re-imagining Futures, 28 August 2018, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, SE.
“Non/living Archives of Lichenology: Between Stories of Living and Dying in a More-than-human World”, presented at the Mini-symposium Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling, 5 April 2018, Linköping University.
Posthuman(ities) Workshop, co-organised with Cecilia Åsberg and Vera Weetzel, conducted during Merry CRISPR workshop – artistic investigations into CRISPR/Cas9, 11-15 December 2017, organised by The Finnish Bioart Society at Biofilia, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland
“Queering Boundaries: On Death, the Non/Human and the Environment”, presented at The Second International Queer Death Studies Workshop: Coming to Terms with Death, Dying and Mourning Differently?, 27-28 November 2017, Karlstad University, Sweden.
“Living and Dying in the Anthropocene: Thinking with Lichens”, presented at the “Eco/Decolonial Arts: Open-ended Poetic/Philosophical Forays” workshop, 28-29 June 2017, LiU.
“Vitalism without Life” (a response paper to J. Wamberg’s presentation “Deconstructing Vitalism: Approaching Bioart Through a dark Ecology Paradigm”), presented at the Posthumanities International Network Symposium Bioart and Postnatural Ecologies: Posthumanities for the Anthropocene, 28 April 2017, LiU.
“Ecologies of Death: On the Non/Living and Bioart”, presented at the Queer Death Studies Workshop, 28-29 March 2017, LiU.
“Ecologies of Death and Contemporary Art”, presented at the Mini-Symposium “Onto-epistemologies of Death”, 26 September 2016, Linköping.
“Non/living Assemblages: Uncontainable Life, Waste and Biomedical Imaginaries”, presented at Medical Imaginaries: Gender and Postcoloniality in the Medical Humanities, 1-2 June 2016, Bergen.
“Entanglements of the Victimless Leather Jacket: Waste, Death, and the Uncontainability of the Living”, presented at Death and Corpses Mini-Symposium, 23 February 2015, Linköping
“Tinkering with Cells: Towards an Ontology of the Non/Living”, presented at “Deleuzian Feminisms and the Question of Life Mini-Symposium”, 15 September 2013, Linköping.
“Feminist Lines of Flight and the Thought of Novelty”. Presented at International Conference “Gilles Deleuze’s Philosophy in the Contemporary Political Context”, Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius, Lithuania, 2-3 December 2010.