Verónica Gago teaches political theory, economy and sociology at the Universities of Buenos Aires and San Martín in Argentina. She was a member of the activist-research collective Situaciones, she is active at NiUnaMenos and in the movement for an international feminist strike. Her publications include Neoliberalism from Below: Popular Pragmatics and Baroque Economies (2017) and Feminist Revolution (2020).
Thinking a socialist future implies imagining what this future might look like, and then asking how we can get there. Utopia, as conceived by revolutionary theory, implies a pragmatic aspect … Keep reading »