Miglena Nikolchina’s theoretical writing engages the interactions of literature, philosophy, political studies, and feminist theory. She is professor at the Department of Literary History and Theory at Sofia University, Bulgaria. In English, she has published the books Matricide in Language: Writing Theory in Kristeva and Woolf (2004) and Lost Unicorns of the Velvet Revolutions: Heterotopias of the Seminar (2013). Her present research is focused on humanist/anithumanist trends in philosophy (“Inverted Forms and Heterotopian Homonymy: Althusser, Mamardashvili, and the Problem of ‘Man’.” boundary 2 41.1, 2014 ) and questions of transhumanization (“Motherhood and the Machine” JFFP XXI.2, 2014).
Department for Theory and History of Literature