Janae Sholtz

about the author

Janae Sholtz is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Alvernia University, Coordinator of Women’s and Gender Studies, and Alvernia Neag Professor. She received her PhD from University of Memphis and MA from New School for Social Research. She is the author of The Invention of a People, Heidegger and Deleuze on Art and the Political (Edinburgh University Press, 2015). Her research focus is twentieth-century and contemporary continental philosophy, avant-garde art and contemporary aesthetics, social and political philosophy, and feminist theory. Her current research interests include applications of schizoanalysis to feminism, transgression and liminal thinking, immanence, ethics of the event, political ontology, and the potential of art as a form of resistance.

info & contact


Alvernia University, Reading, US


Janae.sholtz [AT] gmail.com


Fluxus Affects of Indeterminacy: An Aleatory Point Between Art and Philosophy
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: affect, Fluxus, music performance, performance art, resistance