Paula Fleisner

Professor of Aesthetics at Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad de Buenos Aires. CONICET Fellow. He has published several papers on biopolitics in contemporary philosophy (Nietzsche, Foucault and Agamben).

Pablo Esteban Rodríguez

Ph.D candidate in Social Sciences, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Master in Communication, Technology and Power,  Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne). Professor and Researcher of the Faculty in Social Sciences UBA and FLACSO (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales). Co-editor in the Journal of Contemporary Art Zettel. He works on Michel Foucault and Gilles Deleuze. 

Pablo Bagedelli

Bachelor in Sociology of the Universidad de Buenos Aires, currently research fellow UBACyT. His research project is “La biopolítica a través del umbral de la modernidad. La estructuración teórico conceptual de la teoría política contemporánea como biopolítica a través de las obras de Hannah Arendt, Michel Foucault, Giorgio Agamben y Roberto Esposito”. 

Natalia Ortiz Maldonado

Master in Social Sciences of the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) with a thesis entitled: “De la trasgresión a las prácticas de la libertad. Michel Foucault y el pensamiento libertario.” Ph.D candidate in Sociology, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). CONICET Fellow. Researcher of the project “Ciudadanía, Biopolítica y Gobierno de la Seguridad” (PICTO 36647, […]

Mónica Cragnolini

Ph.D. in Philosophy of the Universidad de Buenos Aires. Profesor of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters during 25 years. Researcher of the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET). Author of several books such as Razón imaginativa, identidad y ética en la obra de Paul Ricoeur (Almagesto, 1993), Nietzsche: camino y demora (EUDEBA 1998; 2da edición, Biblios, […]

Martín E. Díaz

Bachelor in Philosophy of the Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto (UNRC), Argentina. Researcher and Professor of the Universidad Nacional del Comahue (UNCo). His research interests are biopolitics in Latin America and political thought of Michel Foucault, Giorgo Agamben and Antonio Negri. 

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Mariela Cecilia Avila

Professor and Bachelor in Philosophy at Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina. CONICYT Fellow. Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, co-joint program with l’Universite París 8 Saint-Denis. Member of the Journal of Philosophy Paralaje. 

Mariela Ávila

Professor and Bachelor in Philosophy at Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina. CONICYT Fellow. Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, co-joint program with l’Universite París 8 Saint-Denis. Member of the Journal of Philosophy Paralaje. 

Marcos Santucho

Ph.D. in Philosophy and Professor in Philosophy of the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba UNC. CONICET Fellow. Currently develops a research project “Lo normal y lo patológico. Formación y trayectoria de la problemática foucaultiana de la norma, y su recepción en el debate contemporáneo en torno a la biopolítica” at the Research Centre of the Faculty of […]

Manuel Mauer

Bachelor and Master in Philosophy of the University of Paris I, Pantheon-Sorbonne, with a thesis on Henri Bergson. Spanish translator of the Emmanuel Levinas’ works. Currently develops a research thesis on liberalism in Foucault’s writings. Professor of Philosophy at Universidad de Buenos Aires. CONICET Fellow.

Juan Emilio Pascual

Bachelor in Social Communication. Professor and Researcher of the Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos and the Universidad Nacional del Litoral. CONICET Fellow. Has researched on hegemony and neoliberalism in Argentina at 90s. 

Gregorio Gerardo Kaminsky

Ph.D. in Philosphy of the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Master in Philosophy of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Bachelor in Philosophy at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Has been visitant professor at Universidad Nacional de Río Negro. Currently is professor at Faculty of Social Sciences, Universidad de Buenos Aires. He is author of several books […]

Gabriela Rodríguez

Bachelor in Political Science (UBA. Argentina). Master in Cultural Sociology and Cultural Analysis (UNSAM-Argentina). Ph.D. in Philosophy at Paris 8, France. Ph.D. in Social Science (UBA-Argentina). Researcher of the Consejo Nacional del Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET) at the Research Institute Gino Germani of the Faculty of Social Sciences-UBA.

Flavia Costa

Ph.D. candidate in Social Science, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Research and Professor at Faculty of Social Science UBA and the del Instituto de Altos Estudios Sociales (IDAES) of the Universidad Nacional de General San Martín (UNSAM). Professor of the seminar “Comunidad, biopolítica, cuerpo” (UBA). Editor of the electronic journal Papeles de trabajo (IDAES). Translator with Edgardo […]

Facundo E. Casullo

Bachelor in Political Science of the Universidad de Buenos Aires (2002). Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Universidad de Buenos Aires. Ph.D. in Philosophy, Universidad Nacional de La Plata with a thesis on ethics and politics in Michel Foucault. E-Mail: facucasullo@yahoo.com

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Diego Rossello

Bachelor in Political Science, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. PhD in Political Science of the Northwestern University. Professor of Political Theory at Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile.  

Diego Conno

Bachelor in Political Science, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Professor of Political and Social Theory of the Universidad de Buenos Aires. Ph.D. candidate in the same university with a scholarship of CONICET. His research project: “La emergencia de la biopolítica en el debate político contemporáneo. Un nuevo campo problemático en las ciencias sociales.

Damián Pierbattisti

Bachelor in Sociology of the Universidad de Buenos Aires and Ph.D. in Philosophy of the l’ Université de Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne). He published the book La privatización de los cuerpos. La construcción de la proactividad neoliberal en el ámbito de las telecomunicaciones, 1991-2001. Editorial Prometeo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Research at Research Institute Gino Germani, Faculty of Social […]

Cristina López

Professor of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters at Universidad del Salvador, Argentina. Her areas of interest are contemporary philosophy, especually the Michel Foucault’s works. Member of the research project “El análisis de la racionalidad política moderna en Michel Foucault: gubernamentalidad y biopolítica” directed by Edgardo Castro. 

Beatriz Soria

Ph.D. in Social and Political Sciences and Bachelor in Sociology of the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina. His research interest are sociology of work, political philosophy and emotions.

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Ana Calderón

Psychologist of the Universidad Católica de Pereira. Master in Education from Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira. Professor at Humanities Department, Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira, Colombia. Professor of the psychology program, Universidad San Sebastian in Chile.

Aldo Avellaneda

Bachelor in Social Communication of the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina. Ph.D. candidate in Political Science of the Universidad Nacional de San Martín UNSAM, Argentina. Research thesis “Gubernamentalidad y Razón de Estado. Formas de regulación poblacional en el marco de la modernización del ejército argentino, 1901 – 1916”.

Cary Wolfe

Is the Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie Professor of English, and founding Director of 3CT: Center for Critical and Cultural Theory at Rice University. He publishes widely in areas such as animal studies and posthumanism, systems theory and pragmatism, biopolitics and biophilosophy, and American literature and culture, and he has written numerous pieces on art, music, architecture, […]

Gregg Lambert

Dean’s Professor of Humanities and Founding Director of the Syracuse University Humanities Center (2008 – 2014); Principal Investigator of the Central New York Humanities Corridor.

Rogério Luis Da Rocha Seixas

Graduate in Biological Sciences UGF, Brazil (1989), Master in Philosophy of the Universidad Estatal de Rio de Janeiro UERJ, Brazil (2001). Bachellor in Philosophy, Universidad Federal de Rio de Janeiro UFRJ (2009). Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy PPGF-UFRJ (2010).

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Leandro Menezes

Philosopher and historian. Professor at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás (PUC/GO) with research in theory and philosophy of history.

Igor Vinícius Basílio Nunes

Master candidate in Political and Ethical Philosophy of the Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG). Journalist and Bachelor in Philosophy. His research interests are the contemporary philosophy, especially Hannah Arendt, Giorgio Agamben and Michel Foucault.