ČAČINOVIČ, Nadežda (Budapest, Hungary, 1947), philosopher, translator.
She graduated in philosophy and comparative literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Ljubljana, and she received her doctoral degree from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. Since 1976 she works at the Department of Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. She was a visiting professor at the Jan van Eyck Postgraduate Centre in Maastricht. She participated in founding the Center for Women's Studies where she also teaches, and she is the president of the Croatian P.E.N Centre. Her area of interest is aesthetics. She translates from German and English.
WORKS: The Subject of Critical Theory, Zagreb, 1980; Writing and Thinking, Zagreb, 1981; The Aesthetics of German Romanticism, Zagreb, 1987; The Aesthetics, Zagreb, 1988; View of the Literacy, Zagreb, 1994; In Female Key, Zagreb, 2001; The Era of Images in the Theory of Mediology, Zagreb, 2001; Parvulla aesthetica, Zagreb, 2004; A Guide to World Literature for an Intelligent Woman, Zagreb, 2007; Why to Read Philosophers, Zagreb, 2009.