November 14, 2019Summer School 2020: Save the Date
Save the Date for Rosi Braidotti's Summer School 2020 "Posthuman Convergences: Theories and Methodologies"
25 October 2019Lecture “Gilles Deleuze: Mille piani di differenze” by Rosi Braidotti
On the 25th of October 2019, Prof. Rosi Braidotti gave a lecture titled "Gilles Deleuze: Mille piani di differenze" at the Fondazione Primoli in Rome as part of the lecture series "Qual’ è la differenza del pensiero francese?" Watch the lecture in Italian here.
October 3, 2019Rosi Braidotti is Diane Middlebrook and Carl Djerassi Visiting Professor 2019 at the University of Cambridge
Prof. Rosi Braidotti to spend several weeks at the Centre for Gender Studies of the University of Cambridge as Diane Middlebrook and Carl Djerassi Visiting Professor.
September 4, 2019*CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS*: ROSANNA Fund for Women – December 1st, 2019
The DEADLINE for the ROSANNA Fund for Women Scholarship applications is coming up: December the 1st, 2019!
July 12, 2019Posthuman Knowledge available for purchase now
Prof. Braidotti's newest book, Posthuman Knowledge, is now available as hardcover, paperback, and ebook.
June 25, 2019Rosi Braidotti reflects on the humanities for the Australian Academy of the Humanities
Prof. Braidotti reflects on the past, present, and future of the humanities for the 50th anniversary of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
June 18, 2019A Day with Rosi at Royal Holloway, University of London
Royal Holloway organised A Day with Rosi Braidotti, bringing established and junior researchers who engage with prof. Braidotti's work together.
June 8, 2019Prof. Braidotti at Posthumanities in Asia Conference
Prof. Braidotti delivered a keynote address at the Posthumanities in Asia Conference at the Kansai University in Osaka, Japan.
June 7, 2019A Feminist Companion to the Posthumanities: over 7000 downloads!
A Feminist Companion to the Posthumanities, edited by prof. Rosi Braidotti and prof. Cecilia Åsberg has been downloaded over 7000 times!
April 15, 2019Come and see Rosi’s portrait at BAK’s The People Are the City
The People Are the City is a two-part exhibition dedicated to the collective resilience of the people of Utrecht in the face of contemporary global challenges.