Jūratė Baranova

about the author

Jūratė Baranova is a professor in the Department of Philosophy, faculty of History, at Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences. Her publications in Lithuanian include: 20th Century Moral Philosophy: Conversation with Kant (2004), Philosophy and Literature: Contradictions, Parallels and Intersections (2006), Nietzsche and Postmodernism (2007), Cinema and Philosophy (with co-authors, 2013), The Phenomenon of Jurga Ivanauskaitė: Between Surrealism and Existentialism (2014). She has also edited and published the following books in English: Between Visual and Literary Creation: Tarkovsky and Ivanauskaitė (2015), Lithuanian Philosophy: Persons and Ideas (2000), and Contemporary Philosophical Discourse in Lithuania (2005). Recently, she co-wrote the English-language book Gilles Deleuze: Philosophy and Arts, financed by the Lithuanian Academy of Science (No. MIP-067/2014). She is a member of the Lithuanian Writers Union and has published the literary essays Meditations: Texts and Images (2004) and The Fear to Drown (2009)

info & contact


Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Vilnius, LT


jurabara [AT] gmail.com




Heterogeneity of The Word and The Image: What Is the Possible Dark Precursor?
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: Cinema 2, Francis Bacon, heterogeneity, Jurga Ivanauskaitė, Michel Foucault, René Magritte

A Double Capture of Body and Life: Deleuze, Bacon, Sauka
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: athleticism, Francis Bacon, Šarūnas Sauka, schizophrenia