Ruth Sonderegger

is currently Professor of Philosophy and Aesthetic Theory at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Her main fields of research are aesthetics, critical theories, and resistance studies. Among her recent publications are: Conceptions of Critique in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy (co-edited with K. de Boer), Houndmills Basingstroke, 2012; Art and the Critique of Ideology After 1989 (co-edited with E. Birkenstock, M. Hinderer und J. Kastner), Bregenz and Cologne, 2013; Pierre Bourdieu und Jacques Rancière. Ästhetisches Regime oder ästhetische Disposition? (co-edited with J. Kastner), Vienna, 2014; Spaces for Criticism. Contemporary Art Discourses (co-edited with P. Gielen, Th. Lijster, S. Milevska); Foucaults Gegenwart. Sexualität – Sorge – Revolution (co-authors G. Ludwig and I. Lorey), Wien: transversal texts 2016.