Lilian Kroth

Lilian Kroth has recently started a post-Doc project at the University of Fribourg. Her PhD project at the University of Cambridge engaged with Michel Serres’s philosophy of limits and its passages between philosophy of science, art, and critical theory. Since 2021, she has been associated to the research groups “Critical thinking in the plural” and “Energy and climate” at the Centre Marc Bloch. She is one of the organizers of the CRASSH research network “Remote Sensing. Ice, Instruments, Imagination” in Cambridge. Prior to that, she has studied Philosophy at the University of Vienna (BA, MA) and Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Her research is interested in philosophy of nature and law, the history and philosophy of science, critical theory, art, and aesthetics. Recent publications include “Entropy and Entropic Differences in the Work of Michel Serres” (Theory, Culture & Society, 2023), “Infrastructure, Translation, and Metaphor”(Chapter in Broken Relations: Infrastructure, Aesthetics, and Critique, 2022), and “The Topology of Difference. Deleuze’s Nietzsche in his Politics of Folded Spaces and Subjects” (Chapter in Nietzshce and the Politics of Difference, 2022).