Srećko Horvat

/ January 2014

 

Srecko-Horvat

Srećko Horvat (1983.) is a theoretician, publicist and translator. He is a member of the editorial board of the Zarez, Tvrđa, Europski Glasnik and Up & Underground magazines. He published the following books: “Protiv političke korektnosti [Against Political Correctness]” (Biblioteka 20.vek, Beograd, 2007.), “Znakovi postmodernog grada [The Signs of a Postmodern City]” (Jesenski i Turk, 2007.), “Diskurs terorizma [The Discourse of Terrorism]” (AGM, 2008.), “Totalitarizam danas [Totalitarianism Today” (Antibarbarus 2008.), “Budućnost je ovdje. Svijet distopijskog filma [The Future Is Here. The World of Distopian Film]” (HFS, 2009.), “Ljubav za početnike [Love For Beginners]” (Naklada Ljevak, 2009), and together with Igor Štiks “Pravo na pobunu [The Right to Rebellion]” (Fraktura, 2010) and with Slavoj Žižek “What does Europe want?” (2013). He has translated the works and books of Slavoj Žižek, Norbert Elias, Peter Sloterdijk and others. He is also the director of the theoretical part of the Subversive Festival which has brought to Zagreb in recent years people such as Tariq Ali, Terry Eagleton, Antonio Negri, Gayatri Spivak, Zygmunt Bauman, and others.