Stanimir Panayotov (1982, Bulgaria) graduated in Philosophy from Sofia University and holds MA in Philosophy and Gender Studies from Euro-Balkan Institute (2011) with a thesis on Plato’s natural philosophy and the problem of femininity/maternity in the ancient concept of space (khora). He is currently a PhD student in comparative gender studies at CEU, Budapest, working on the relation between desire and space in ancient cosmologies and Plato. His research interests and published work are centered round issues in feminist and continental philosophy, queer theory, and gender studies. He is also a free-lance translator (Sedgwick, Fuss, Butler, A. Rich, etc.). Stanimir is also part of Social Center Xaspel and New Left Perspectives in Sofia.