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Matteo Mandarini Curriculum Vitae

MATTEO MANDARINI

Date of Birth: 22.06.71 Nationality: Italian Address: 28 Warwick Rd, London E15 4LA Tel: 07849 066 946 Email: [email protected]

Position Held: Lecturer in Strategy

SUMMARY

Member of Centre for Ethics and Politics, QMUL Member of Centre for Philosophy & Political Economy, School of Management, University of Leicester Reader for a variety of publishing houses (Palgrave, Verso, Continuum, Pluto, Polity) and journals (Business Ethics: a European Review, Ephemera, Historical Materialism, Organization, Theory Culture and Society, Science & Society) Associate editor to Zer0 Books imprint Edited and translated essays and books for Continuum, Verso, Duke, and Stanford University Press, and for the journal Radical Philosophy Editorial Board member of journal Historical Materialism

EDUCATION

University of Warwick   PhD. Philosophy: Oct. ‘94 – Oct. ‘98 Thesis was concerned with the intersection of time, ontology and political economy in the work of Marx and Deleuze. M.A. Continental Philosophy (Distinction): Oct. ‘92 – Sept. ‘93 University College London  B.A. (Hons) Philosophy 2:1 Oct. ‘89 – Jun. ‘92

TEACHING

 PhD and MPhil. Supervision (5 completed): first supervisor (PhD.) to Toni Prug (SBM & Laws); joint supervisor (PhD.) to Clayton Chin (Politics, QMUL); joint supervisor (MPhil.) to Helene Samanci (SBM and Politics, QMUL); Bue Rübner Hansen (SBM); second supervisor (PhD.) to Armen Beverungen (School of Management, University of Leicester).  PhD supervision (1 ongoing): second supervisor to Rashne Limki (SBM).  Msc Dissertation supervision: has supervised circa 15 dissertations in SBM 2009-2014. 1

Matteo Mandarini Curriculum Vitae

 2012 – ongoing. Convenes and teaches: ‘The Fundamentals of Management’, first year UG. This is a core module for joint students only. (Circa 160 students).   2008 – ongoing. Convenes and teaches: ‘Strategy’, second year UG. (This is an optional module which attracts between 180-220 students per year) Apr. 9-23 2009. Course development Gadja Madha University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Jan. 2008-10. Developed and convened module ‘Philosophy of Social Science’ for first year  PhD. candidates (SBM)   Jan. 2008 – Apr. 2008. Seminars in ‘Work, Employment, and Society’, first year UG (SBM) Oct. 2007 – Dec. 2007. Seminars and lectures in ‘Strategy’ to second year UG at QMUL, SBM; and ‘Organizational Analysis’ (MSc) at University of Leicester school of Management  Oct. 2006 – Jul. 2007. Seminars in ‘Strategy’ and ‘Research Methodology to UG, and taught Qualitative Research Methods (Msc) at QMUL, SBM.  Oct. 2006 – Jul. 2007. Designed and taught ‘Organizational Analysis’ (MSc) and ‘History of Social Science Research’ (Mres) at the University of Leicester, school of Management. Second supervisor to Armin Beverungen (completed 2011) and supervisor for MSc dissertations.  June 2006. Intensive 2-week MA course in ‘19 th and 20 th Century European Philosophy’ (University of Rome III).  Jan. 2005 – Jun. 2005. Designed and taught ‘Self, Freedom and the Unconscious: Freud and Sartre,’ (BA), University of Greenwich.  Oct. 2003-Jul. 2004. Designed and led seminars on ‘Modern and Contemporary Political and Social Thought’ (MA), Fondazione Basso/University of Rome III.  May 2001. External examiner for PhD., Department for International Relations, University of Surrey.

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES

2011-12. Assessment Offences Officer 2011-12 2010-12 Member of Research Committee in the School of Business and Management 2008-10. Deputy Director of the PhD Programme in the School of Business and Management. Specific responsibility for development of PhD Taught Programme. Taught and / or administered the modules. 2

Matteo Mandarini Curriculum Vitae

Global Learning partnership with Gadja Mahda University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

PUBLICATIONS

Monographs

The Other Operaismo, Brill, Leiden, Netherlands / Haymarket Books Chicago (in preparation) Gli Operaisti nel PCI, Ediesse Editori, Rome (in preparation)

Articles

‘Speculations on Disposable Time, the Subsumption of Labour and the Circuit of Capital’ (with G. Hanlon), Organization (submitted) ‘Notes on the Political Over the Longue Durée’, in Viewpoint Magazine (forthcoming October 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

‘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 (forthcoming 2015) ‘The Critique of Populism in Italian Communist Thought’ (in preparation) in Writers and the People, by A. Asor Rosa, edited and introduced M. Mandarini, Seagull Books, London / Kolkota (forthcoming 2015) ‘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 2015) 3

Matteo Mandarini Curriculum Vitae

‘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

Writers and the People, A. Asor Rosa, edited, translated and introduced M. Mandarini, Seagull Books, London / Kolkota (expected date of publication 2015) ‘Introduction’ by M. Tronti to Il Politico, for Viewpoint Magazine (forthcoming September-October 2014) 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 4

Matteo Mandarini Curriculum Vitae

‘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

Selected Conference Papers

‘Tronti’s Copernican revolution and the Question of the Political’, invited speaker at CPPE 10 years on, School of Management, University of Leicester, December 16-18 2013. ‘Against the Politics of Purity’, Historical Materialism, New York City, May 2011 ‘Eliding Politics’, Immanence and Materialism Conference, Department of Politics QMUL, June 23 2009 Invited speaker to Faculty of Social and Political Science, Gadja Mahda University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia April 13, 15, 17, 2009 ‘Lenin and Workerism’, International Conference Karl Marx, Lisbon November 15 th 2008 ‘Workerism and the Political’, Historical Materialism 2008, London November 6-8 th 2008 Invited to give paper, ‘Beyond Nihilism’, at the Centre for Philosophy and Political Economy at the School of Management, University of Leicester, 7 th February 2007 Invited to give paper, ‘Nihilismo e tecnologia’, at the Dipartimento di studi storici e politici, Università di Padova, by Prof. Massimiliano Tomba, Sept. 2006 Presented paper at ‘The Future in the Present’, University of Leicester, May 2006

OTHER RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Editorial Boards

Historical Materialism

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Matteo Mandarini Curriculum Vitae

Associate editor of Zero Books

Journal/Book Reviewing

Reviewer for the journals: Ephemera, Historical Materialism, Organization, Theory Culture and Society, Science & Society, Business Ethics: a European Review Reviewer for the publishers: Palgrave, Verso, Pluto, Continuum, Polity

Conference Organisation

Co-organiser Historical Materialism Rome 2015 Co-organiser annual Historical Materialism Conference at SOAS, in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Co-organised Art of Rent Seminar Series, QMUL, Jan-June 2008.

INVITATIONS

He has been invited to speak at: CPPE, School of Management, University of Leicester, 16-20 December 2013 Berlage Institute of Architecture and Urbanism, Rotterdam, Amsterdam – March 2012 Jan Van Eyck Academie – September 2010 School of Social Sciences, Gadja Mahda University (Yogyakarta, Indonesia) – April 2009 Department of Philosophy, University of Rome III – October 2008 6

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