Lorenzo Bernini is associate professor in Political Philosophy at the University of Verona, Italy. With Professor Adriana Cavarero and professor Olivia Guaraldo, he founded the Research Centre PoliTeSse (Politics and Theories of Sexuality, www.politesse.it) which he now directs. His interests range from classical political philosophy (especially Thomas Hobbes) and French thought of the twentieth century (especially Michel Foucault), to contemporary theories of radical democracy, critical race theories and and queer theories. Among his books: Queer Apocalypses: Elements of Antisocial Theory (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), that was previously published in Italian (Edizioni ETS, 2013) and Spanish (Editorial EGALES, 2015); and Le teorie queer: Un'introduzione (Mimesis, 2017), translated into Spanish (Editorial EGALES, 2018) and forthcoming in English (Routledge, 2019). He is now working on a new book Il sessuale politico: Freud con Marx, Fanon, Foucault (Edizioni ETS, 2019).
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Intervento alla Primavera queer di Chieti (2014)