Tania Rispoli

Tania Rispoli (she/her/hers) is a PhD candidate in Romance Studies, with an emphasis in Feminist Studies at Duke University. She works on Feminist theories of work and care, with a focus on second-wave feminists movements vis à vis techno-feminism and contemporary movements, such as Ni Una Menos, Black Lives Matter and for climate justice. She is author of the article Immediacy, Mediation, and Feminist Logistics for Philosophy and Public Issues and together with Miriam Tola she wrote an article on Feminist Studies on mutual aid in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic. She also translated from English into Italian Hardt & Negri, Assembly; Mezzadra & Nielsen, The Politics of Operations.  Excavating Contemporary Capitalism. With Jocelyn Olcott she runs the research network Revaluing Care in the Global Economy, and, together with Jocelyn Olcott and Lauren Henschel she created the project Visualizing Care, which brings artists and academics in conversation around the question of how we represent or imagine care through mixed media contemporary arts.

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