Rosi Braidotti is Distinguished University Professor and founding Director of the Centre for the Humanities at Utrecht University. Her latest books are: Conflicting Humanities (ed. with Paul Gilroy, Bloomsbury, 2016); The PosthumanNomadic Subjects (Columbia University Press, 2011a) and Nomadic Theory. The Portable Rosi Braidotti (Columbia University Press, 2011b). Author photo by Sjaak Ramakers.
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A Feature Interview with Rosi Braidotti
Rosi Braidotti is a force of nature-culture. Her work since Patterns of Difference and extending through her trilogy, which includes Nomadic Subjects, Metamorphosis and Transpositions, has been vital to a resurgence of feminist, anti-racist, and materialist thought. Her incredibly prolific career engages with the material realities of politics within the frame of a feminist, Spinozist ethics. This conversation spans her theoretical investments in feminist geneaologies, zoe as foundational to secular materialist thought, and the state of the humanities in the contemporary university.