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M.
Kvedaravičius

Išsilavinimas: 
Kembridžo universitetas, Socialinės antropologijos fakultetas. Mokslų daktaras. Disertacija: “Knots of absence: death, dreams, and disappearances at the limits of law in the Counter- Terrorism Zone of Chechnya”, 2013;
Oksfordo universitetas, Socialinės ir kultūrinės antropologijos institutas. Mokslų magistras, 2007;
Niujorko universitetas, Kultūrinės antropologijos doktorantūros programa, 2001 – 2003;
Vilniaus universitetas, Istorijos fakultetas, Archeologijos katedra. Bakalauro laipsnis, 1998;

Mokslinė ir profesionali veikla:
Vilniaus universitetas, Komunikacijos fakultetas, Kūrybinių medijų institutas, lektorius, moduliai “Politika ir estetika šiuolaikiniame kine”, “Vizualumo kultūra”, nuo 2013;

Oksfordo universitetas, Oksfordas, Kviestinis lektorius, moduliai: “Studies in Cultural Anthropology”, 2006;

Viliamo Peterseno universitetas, Wayne, Naujasis Džersis, lektorius, moduliai: “ANTH 341 Law in Society and Culture”, “ANTH 450 Anthropology of Religion”, “ANTH 130 Introduction to Anthropology”, 2003-2004;

Peiso universitetas, Niujorkas, lektorius, moduliai: “SOC 230 Crime and Social Justice”, 2003;

Pensilvanijos universitetas, “Anneberg” komunikacijos centras. Tyrimų ir studijų asistentas, 2002-2003;

VšĮ “Extimacy Films”, Vilnius, steigėjas, direktorius,  nuo 2010;

VšĮ “Povandeninės Archeologijos Centras”, Vilnius,  steigėjas, konsultantas,  nuo 2005;

Žmogaus teisių centras “Memorial”,  Maskva,  Konsultantas, 2007-2008;

Humanitarine organizacija “Danish Refugee Council”, Kopenhaga/Nazranė, projektų vystymo vadovas 2006-2007;

Kultūros paveldo išsaugojimo pajėgos. Povandėnines archeologijos  specialistas, 1997-2001;

Publikacijos:
Knots of Absence: Notes from the Zone of Counter-Terrorist Operation. Book manuscript. Under review.

“Shadowing the Scene: Negativity in Affects, Politics, Aesthetics. Introduction”.  Editor (together with Avaramopoulou, E. ) Special issue, Subjectivity. Pelgrave Macmillan. Forthcoming.

“The Images of Absence”. In Shadowing the Scene: Negativity in Affects, Politics, Aesthetics. Introduction” (eds. Kvedaravicius, M. and Avaramopoulou, E. ) Special issue, Subjectivity. Pelgrave Macmillan. Forthcoming.

“Pornography of Violence”. In Porno-graphics and porno-tactics: desire, affect and representation in pornography (eds. Peano I., Avramopoulou E.). Punctum Books. Forthcoming.

“Ką pasakė tabakininkas Tabako gatvėje: Kūno žalojimas paskutiniame Aleksejaus Germano kūrinyje Athena: filosofijos studijos. 201ė, Nr. 9.

 

Svarbiausi konferencijų pranėšimai:
Shadowing the Scene: Negativity in Affects, Politics, Aesthetics, Interdisciplinary Conference on Affect and Visuality, Center for Contemporary Art and Lithuanian Institute of Cultural Research, Vilnius,  27-27.09.2014. Organizatorius.

“Images of absence”, Collaboration, Intimacy & Revolution 
- innovation and continuity in an interconnected world. 13th Biennial Conference of European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA), Tallinn University, 31.07 -03.08.2014

“(Dis)appearance: Body and Absence in the Counter-Terrorism Zone”, Visual In-sights Theory, Method, Practice”, Newcastle University, 25-29.06.2014

“Anterior hopes and voided actions: searching for the disappeared in the Counter-Terrorism Zone of Chechnya”, Future publics, current engagements. The American Anthropological Association's 112th Annual Meeting, Chicago. 19-24.11.2013

“Facing”, Biopolitics in the Context Of Contemporary Philosophy, Politics and the Arts. International  Conference, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius. 21-23.09.2012

“Displaced Gazes: Theorizing Affect In Post-Soviet Chechnya”, Traces, Tidemarks and Legacies. The American Anthropological Association's 110th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada. 16-20.11.2011

“Fatal Absence: disappearance in Counter-Terrorism Zone of Chechnya”, Anthropology of Political Violence, International Conference, Department of Social Anthropology, St Andrews University, 10-12.06.2011

“Bare life of anthropologist?”, The ‘Local’ in Global Understandings of War and Peacemaking Anthropological and Inter-disciplinary Perspectives. International Conference. Pasca-Prio Cyprus Center, Nikosia, Cyprus. 1-2.09.2011

“Purloined life: the document, the typeface and the misplaced grapheme”, Can I see your ID? Personhood and paperwork in and after the Soviet Union. International Conference, CRASSH (Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities), University of Cambridge. 24-25. 09.2010

“On the ineffable and the dead”. Invited lecture in Europe East and West: Film, History and Mourning seminar series. Kings College, University of Cambridge. 08.06.2010

“Outlaws in Lawless Land? Torture and the ‘Rule’ in Post-Soviet Chechnya”, The 9th Annual Conference of the Central Eurasian Studies Society, Georgetown University, Washington, DC. 18-21.09.2008

“Dreaming Conspiracies: Experiencing and Expressing the Law in post-Soviet Chechnya”, Experiencing Diversity and Mutuality. The 10th Biennial Conference of European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA), Ljubljana, Slovenia. 26-30. 08. 2008

“Tortured Engagement: Anthropologist and Human Rights Activists in post-Soviet Chechnya”, Inclusion, Collaboration and Engagement. The American Anthropological Association's 107th Annual Meeting, San Francisco. 19-23.11.2008

 

Akademiniai apdovanojimai, stipendijos:
Nipkow Programm Fellowship (kino projekto vystymas), Berlynas, 2014;

Honorary Visiting Fellowship, Granada Center for Visual Anthropology and Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change, University of Manchester, 2014;

William Wyse Dissertation Writing Grant, Trinity College, University of Cambridge 2007;

William Wyse Fieldwork Grant, Trinity College, University of Cambridge 2007;

Cambridge European Trust Scholarship 2007-2010;

Carr and Stahl research travel grant. St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford, 2006;

Research fellowship, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania, 2002-2003;

Narystė asociacijose:
European Association of Social Anthropologists;

American Anthropological Association;

Lietuvių kino akademija (LiKA);

“STASIS”
gamyboje, pilnametražio vaidybinio (eksperimentinio) filmo scenarijaus autorius, režisierius.

“BARZAKH”
2011m., pilnametražis dokumentinis. Režisierius, operatorius, prodiuseris.

Filmas daugiau nei 50 tarptautinių kino festivalių dalyvis, pelnęs 15 apdovanojimų įskaitant
„Amnesty International” ir “Eucumenical Jury” prizus Berlyno kino festivalyje bei Tarptautinės kino kritikų federacijos (FIPRESCI) bei geriausio filmo prizus Tarptautiniame Talino kino festivalyje.