Giulia Palladini is a researcher and critical theorist, working between different languages, fields of knowledge and practices of production and reproduction in art and social life. In her work she explores the politics and erotics of artistic production, as well as social and cultural history from a Marxist and feminist perspective. She is currently Senior Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance at the University of Roehampton in London. She has previously worked in Germany as Alexander von Humboldt fellow, and in the MA Raumstrategien at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee. She was Visiting Scholar at New York University, and Visiting Professor in the Maestría interdisciplinar en Teatro y Artes Vivas in the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. She has lectured in numerous international universities, including the Bern Academy of Arts, the School of New Dance Development (SNDO) in Amsterdam, the Universidad de Cuenca/Museo Reina Sofía in Spain, the Universidad de Las Artes in Guayaquil. She also collaborates as theorist in a number of critical and artistic projects in Europe and Latin America (e.g. Experimenta Sur, Bogota; Taking Time Together, Helsinki; Romper el Tiempo, Mexico City). She is the author of The Scene of Foreplay: Theater, Labor and Leisure in 1960s New York (2017) and co-editor (with Marco Pustianaz) of the volume Lexicon for an Affective Archive (2017). She co-directs the project “Queer Feminist Currents”, and in 2021 led the international research cluster “Feminismos Antipatriarcales and Poetic Disobedience”.