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Dr Matteo Mandarini

Matteo

Lecturer in Strategy

Email: m.mandarini@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7882 8411
Room Number: Room 4.13a, Bancroft Building, Mile End Campus

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Student drop-in and feedback hours
Wednesday 12noon – 2pm

Roles
Second Year Academic Advisor

Research

Research Interests:

Matteo’s interests are in the relation of conflict to the transformations of capitalism. Drawing on Italian Operaismo, his research focuses on the ways conflict is both theorised and organised. Currently he is exploring the forms conflict takes at a time when the concepts and structures foundational of political modernity are seemingly being eroded by the dynamics of global capital.

He has translated numerous books and essays in contemporary continental political thought and from the tradition of Operaismo. Most recently he has completed the translation of the only monograph of the early Operaista tradition: Alberto Asor Rosa's Writers and the People (Seagull Books). He is about to embark on the translation of Mario Tronti's seminal, Workers and Capital (Verso), along with Peter Thomas and Alberto Toscano.

He is part of the editorial collective of the journal Historical Materialism and a member of the Centre for Ethics and Politics (SBM) and of the Labour and Global Production Centre (SBM and Geography).

Publications

Journal Articles

  • ‘The Political Hegel in Italy’ (in preparation)
  • ‘Representing the Political’ (in preparation)
  • ‘Notes on the Political Over the Longue Durée’, in Viewpoint, 4, 2014
  • ‘Critical Thoughts on the Politics of Immanence’, in Historical Materialism, 18.4, 2010
  • ‘Beyond Nihilism: Notes Towards a Critique of Left-Heideggerianism in Italian Communist Thought,’ in Cosmos & History, vol. 5, no. 1, 2009 and in The Italian Difference, edited by A. Toscano and L. Chiesa, Melbourne: re.press
  • ‘Not Fear but Hope in the Apocalypse’ in Ephemera, 8.2, May 2008
  • ‘Marx and Deleuze: Money, Time, and Crisis’ in Polygraph, 18, January 2007
  • ‘Antagonism vs. Contradiction: Conflict and the Dynamics of Organisation in the Thought of Antonio Negri’ in The Sociological Review, Oct. 2005, vol. 53, s.1 and in Contemporary Organization Theory, ed. C. Jones and R. Munro, Blackwell, Oxford, 2005

Handbook / Book Chapters

  • ‘Negative Thought and the Morphology of Crisis’ in the The Bewitched World of Capital: Economic Crisis and the Morphology of the Political, by G. Marramao, edited with extensive critical introduction by M. Mandarini, Brill / Haymarket Books (forthcoming 2017)

  • ‘On the impossibility of Business Ethics: leadership, heterogeneity, and politics’ (with G. Hanlon), in The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organization, ed. A. Pullen and C. Rhodes (2015)
  • ‘Organizing Communism’ in Communists like Us by F. Guattari and A. Negri, Autonomedia, New York (2010)
  • ‘Beyond Nihilism: Notes Towards a Critique of Left-Heideggerianism in Italian Communist Thought,’ in The Italian Difference, edited by A. Toscano and L. Chiesa, Melbourne: re.press and in Cosmos & History, vol. 5, no. 1, 2009
  • ‘Work’ (with P. Fleming) in Handbook of Critical Management Studies, edited by H. WIlmott, M. Alvesson, and T. Bridgman, Oxford University Press, 2009
  • ‘Antonio Negri and the Antinomies of Bourgeois Thought’ (with A. Toscano) in The Political Descartes: Reason, Ideology and the Bourgeois Project, by A. Negri, Verso, London, 2007
  • ‘Antagonism vs. Contradiction: Conflict and the Dynamics of Organisation in the Thought of Antonio Negri’ in Contemporary Organization Theory, ed. C. Jones and R. Munro, Blackwell, Oxford, 2005 and in The Sociological Review, Oct. 2005, vol. 53, s.1
  • ‘Translator’s Introduction’ in Time for Revolution, A. Negri, Continuum, London, 2003
  • ‘Neoliberalism or Totalitarianism: a Reply to Malcolm Bull’ at http://www.generation-online.org/p/pnegri.htm 2003
  • ‘From Epidermal History to Speed Politics’ in Virtual Futures, ed. J. Broadhurst Dixon and E. J. Cassidy, Routledge, London, 1998

Translations

  • Workers and Capital, M. Tronti, edited, translated and introduced M. Mandarini, P. Thomas, A. Toscano, Verso, London (planned for 2018)

  • A Heterodox Marxist and his Century: Lelio Basso, edited C. Giorgi, co-translated by M. Mandarini, Brill, Nijhoff, Haymarket Books, Chicago (2017)
  • Writers and the People, A. Asor Rosa, edited and translated by M. Mandarini, Seagull Books, London / Kolkota (forthcoming 2016)
  • ‘Introduction’ by M. Tronti to Il Politico, for Viewpoint, issue 4
  • The Passage West: Philosophy and Globalisation, G. Marramao, Verso, London, August 2012
  • The Kingdom and the Glory, G. Agamben, translated with L. Chiesa, Stanford University Press, 2011
  • The Labour of Job, A. Negri, Duke University Press, 2009
  • The Political Descartes: Reason, Ideology and the Bourgeois Project, A. Negri, edited and introduced M. Mandarini and A. Toscano, Verso, London, 2007
  • ‘Giorgio Agamben: The Discrete Taste of the Dialectic’, A.Negri, in Sovereignty and Life: Essays on the Work of Giorgio Agamben, edited by M. Calarco and S. DeCaroli, Stanford University Press, 2007
  • ‘Reading Gilbert Simondon: Transindividuality, Technical Activity and Reification’, P. Virno, Radical Philosophy 136, March/April 2006
  • ‘On the political ontology of the subject’, A. Negri, in Ontology in Practice: Radical Secular and Religious Politics, Duke University Press, 2004
  • ‘The Postcolonial Condition’, S. Mezzadra & F. Rahola. John Douglas Taylor Conference, ‘The Politics of Postcoloniality: Contexts and Conflicts’, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada, October 24, 2003
  • ‘Empire and the Multitude. A debate on the new order of globalisation’, D. Zolo & A. Negri, translated with A. Bove, Radical Philosophy June-July, 2003
  • Time for Revolution, edited and introduced M. Mandarini, Continuum, London, 2003

PhD Supervision

Dr Mandarini has supervised PhDs in political theory and philosophy, and in heterodox political economy.

He is interested in supervising PhD candidates with an interest in questions of political, socio-economic, and workplace conflict and with the strategies developed and implemented to produce systemic change.

PhD Supervision Completions
Clayton Chin (SPIR), Bue Hansen (SBM), Rashne Limki (SBM), Toni Prug (SBM)

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