Pablo Pérez Navarro


Biography

Pablo Pérez Navarro holds a PhD in Philosophy by the University of La Laguna (Spain), with a thesis on the category of performtivity in Judith Buttler's work. Nowadays, he is a researcher of the Center for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra belonging to the research group DECIDe - Democracy, Citizenship and Law, and a visiting professor of Queer and LGBTI Studies - Gender and Sexualities at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG - Brazil). He was a research visitor at the Center of Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) at the City University of New York. Then, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and as a member of European Research Council funded project 'INTIMATE - Citizenship, Care and Choice. The Micro-Politics of Intimacy in Southern Europe', coordinated at CES by Ana Cristina Santos. He is the author of Del texto al sexo: Judith Butler y la performatividad (Egales, Madrid, 2008), and has published mostly in the intersectoins among philosophy, gender and queer studies. His recent work addresses topics like coalitional politics of gender and sexual dissidence, queer bioethics and the biopolitics of public order. In september 2021 he will start his three years long research project "[TRIALOGUES] - Emergent Biopolitics of Kinship, Gender and Reproduction" (H2020-MSCA-IF-2019, n. 894643), two of them at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) and the other one at CES, which is its host institution.


Latest Publications

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Pérez Navarro, Pablo (2020), "Retórica antigênero e ordem pública: a cruzada das crianças", Cadernos de linguagem e sociedade, 21, 2, 473-489

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Pérez Navarro, Pablo (2020), "The Performative Power of Queer Assemblies", Krisis | Journal for Contemporary Philosophy, 40, 1, 165-179

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Pérez Navarro, Pablo (2020), "Traducir el rostro del otro: encuentros culturales entre Judith Butler y Emmanuel Levinas", Filosofia Unisinos, 21, 3, 286-295

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