Nerija Putinaitė

Putinaitė, Nerija, Associate professor in the IIRPS, VU; doctor of humanities. Teaches at the institute since 2013. Graduated VU, studied at the University of Eichstätt (Germany). Research fellowships at Phillips University in Marburg, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University in Greifswald, Tübingen University (Germany), Poitiers University (France). Worked as a Researcher in the Institute of Culture, Philosophy and Art (Vilnius), and as an Associated professor at Vilnius Pedagogical University.

Also worked as an Advisor to the President of the Republic of Lithuania in Culture, Science and Education Group (2004-2008), and as a Vice-Minister for research and studies at the Ministry for Education and Science (2008-2012), responsible for implementation of higher education and research reform.

Fields of Research:

Syllabus:

  • Antano Maceinos socialinė ir politinė filosofija
  • Švietimo ir mokslo politika
  • Lietuvos ir Europos tapatybės klausimai
  • Sovietinės tapatybės sąvokų istorija

Additional Information:

E-mail.: nerija.putinaite@tspmi.vu.lt

Books (in Lithuanian):

-Trys lietuviškosios europos: Tauta, Europa, ES dabartinėje tapatybėje, Vilnius: LKMA, Naujasis židinys-Aidai, 2014
-Nenutrūkusi styga: prisitaikymas ir pasipriešinimas sovietų Lietuvoje (On the Same String: Accomodation and Resistance in the Soviet Lithuania), Vilnius: Aidai, 2008.
-Šiaurės Atėnų tremtiniai (The North Athenians in Exile: The Search for Lithuanian Identity and the Visions of Europe in the 20th Century), Vilnius: Aidai, 2004.
-Paskutinioji proto revoliucija: Kanto praktinė filosofija: intelektualinė biografija (The Last Revolution of Reason: Immanuel Kant's Practical Philosophy), Vilnius: Aidai, 2004.

Other publications:

Ca. 40 publications in Lithuanian

Furthermore:

-“Überbleibsel der Sowjetzeit in Selbstverständnis des Heutigen Litauen”, in: Jahrestagung 2010, Litauisches Kulturinstitut, Lampertheim 2011, S.45-60.
-“The Good Vs. “The Own”: Moral Identity of the (Post-)Soviet Lithuania”, in: Studies in East European Thought, 60 (3), 2008.
-„Neue Philosophie in Litauen: Jenseits der Tradition”, in: Philosophieren im Ostseeraum. Beiträge des Nord- und Osteuropäisches Forums für Philosophie, Greifswald, Hrsg. C. Häntsch, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2004, S. 325-333.
-"Philosophy in Contemporary Lithuania", in: Lithuanian Papers, University of Tasmania, Australia, Vol. 16 - 2002, p. 47-50.