Hello, my name is Bruno Gulli. I was born in Calabria, Italy, and I now live in Brooklyn, New York. I studied Chinese as an undergraduate, have a Master’s in philosophy and a PhD in comparative literature. I now teach philosophy at Long Island University-Brooklyn and at Kingsborough Community College, CUNY. I have written poetry and essays on literature, philosophy, and politics. My main concern is with issues of social justice, and it informs the two books I have so far written: Labor of fire: the ontology of labor between economy and culture and Earthly plenitudes: a study on sovereignty and labor, both published by Temple University Press.
- The Roots of the Present Uprising: The Threefold Pandemic of Racism, Covid-19, and Disaster Capitalism
- Dark Times: Trump, Racism, Sovereign Violence, and the Banality of Evil
- Sovereign Violence and the Ethics/Esthetics of Resistance
- Migrant and Refugee Crisis in Europe
- Lazzarato, Foucault, and the Cynics: Highlights