Biopolitics & Democracy explores the political tensions we experience in these challenging times of pandemic. Our aim is to raise awareness of the biopolitical dimensions of the ways in which states and society are dealing with the current global health crisis, and to understand the changes that the pandemic has brought upon our forms of life. We’d also like to propose a collective, critical exercise of political imagination about possible futures after the pandemic.
- Danielle AllenLink opens in a new window
- Paolo GerbaudoLink opens in a new window
- Bernard HarcourtLink opens in a new window
- Fabienne PeterLink opens in a new window
- Judith RevelLink opens in a new window
- Camila VergaraLink opens in a new window
Click here to see the full list of intereviews.
Pandemic and Democracy in Brazil, by Ernani Chaves
Biopolitics in the Time of CoronavirusLink opens in a new window, by Daniele Lorenzini
Passe sanitaire, gestes barrières: Avons-nous basculé dans le "biopouvoir"?Link opens in a new window, interview with Daniele Lorenzini
Daniele Lorenzini (University of Warwick)
Carolina Rito (Coventry University)
Federico Testa (University of Bristol)
How has Covid-19 transformed our understanding of life and sociability?
The Life Futures Project explores forms of life and sociability during and after the pandemic, focusing on creative responses to lockdown and the global health crisis.