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Research interests

My research project is an interdisciplinary critique of neoliberal capitalist time-regimes. I build upon the work of Judith Butler in order to examine the correlations between the unlivability of present-day precaritisation and what Hartmut Rosa calls social acceleration. My investigation also draws from Jonathan Crary, and Jacques Rancière and Giorgio Agamben.

My general interests span across the fields of Contemporary Political Philosophy, Critical Theory and Studies on Neoliberalism. I am also interested in the ethics and politics that run through the phenomena of overwork: from voluntary self-exploitation to coercive sweatshop labour.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, MA Social and Political Thought

21 Sept 201621 Sept 2017

Award Date: 28 Jun 2018

Bachelor, English Languages and Literatures, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México


Award Date: 3 Dec 2015


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