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Paola Rudan

Associate Professor

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: SPS/02 History of Political Thought


Keywords: History of Political Thought, Constitutional History, Political Theory, Feminism,

Paola Rudan's research focuses on the transatlantic dimension of seventeenth- through twentieth-century political thought, and in particular on the eighteenth-century revolutions in North America and France and the South American wars of independence and post-colonial constitutional process. She is the author of monographs on Simón Bolívar’s and Jeremy Bentham’s social and political thought. Her research activity also addresses contemporary political theory, the history of women’s political thought, the role played by migrations in contemporary transformations of labor and gendered relationships on a global scale, and the problem of power in gender and feminist studies. Currently, her research focuses on the relationship between women and new technologies and the feminist critique of techno-societal relations

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