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Verónica Gago


Verónica Gago teaches political science at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and is professor of sociology at the Instituto de Altos Estudios, Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM). As a researcher at the National Council of Research (CONICET), she is also part of GIIF (Group for Feminist Research and Intervention). Gago is the author of Neoliberalism from Below: Popular Pragmatics and Baroque Economies (Duke University Press, 2017), Feminist International (Verso 2020), is co-author of A Feminist Reading of Debt, with Luci Cavallero (Pluto Press 2021), and of numerous articles published in journals and books throughout Latin America, Europe, and the United States. She is a member of the independent radical collective press Tinta Limón. She is part of the scientific board of different academic journals: Critical Times (Berkeley University), Hypatia. A journal of feminist philosophy (Oregon University), Scripta Nova. Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales (Universidad de Barcelona), Dialogues in Human Geography, (Sage Journals) and Revista Bajo el Volcán, (Benemérita Universidad de Puebla, México). She was visiting professor and lecturer at different universities in the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Unites States, Germany, Chile, Brasil, Colombia, Perú, and México.


Verónica Gago ist Professorin für Sozialwissenschaften am Instituto de Altos Estudios an der Universidad Nacional de San Martìn (UNSAM) und Forscherin am National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET) in Buenos Aires. 2017 wurde ihr Buch Neoliberalism from Below. Popular Pragmatics and Baroque Economies bei Duke University Press veröffentlicht. Auf deutsch sind 2021 Für eine feministische Internationale. Wie wir alles verändern sowie 2022 Der Haushalt als Versuchslabor. Feministische Kämpfe um Mieten, Haus- und Heimarbeit erschienen. Gago war in den 2000er Jahren Aktivistin im Rahmen des Colectivo Situaciones, ist Teil des Verlagskollektivs Tinta Limón und eine wichtige Akteurin von Ni Una Menos.