Rodrigo Nunes

Rodrigo Nunes, Brazilian, has lived for the last decade between Brazil and the UK, where he acquired a PhD in philosophy from Goldsmiths College, University of London. In this period, he has been involved (as organiser and popular educator) in various projects and initiatives such as the organisation of the first editions of the World Social Forum, the Justice for Cleaners campaign, and the Frassanito network. He has published on politics, philosophy and art in publications such as ephemera, Mute, and Tranversal; he co-edited (with Emma Dowling and Ben Trott) a special issue of ephemera on immaterial and affective labour; and is a member of the editorial collective of Turbulence - Ideas for movement.

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