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Caterina’s research is in the area of social sciences and critical theory. She currently works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Roehampton, United Kingdom.
At the Lab, she studied narratives of gender and sexual disobedience, dissonant subjectivities, transgender embodiment and, more generally, stories of social and spatial mediation. 

Her research interests are in 19th and 20th-century continental philosophy, critical theory, philosophy of time, body theory, feminist theory, gender and sexuality studies, humanism, posthumanism, antihumanism, materialisms, narratives of disobedience and deviance. Also, she is interested in relations and conflicts between normativity and various forms of individual, social, legal, corporeal disobedience.

Caterina completed her doctoral research at the Lab and is Editor of the Law and Senses Series at the University of Westminster School of Law. 
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