Imanol Galfarsoro

Imanol Galfarsoro was educated in French, British, and American universities. Obtained his PhD from the University of Leeds (Sociology and Social Policy). Takes active part in cross-disciplinary international research networks conducting academic studies on questions of multiculturalism, identity politics, and diversity. Also involved in a number of grassroots intellectual projects reflecting his interest in the intersection of critical social theory and political philosophy with post- and de-colonial studies. Has published several books and a considerable amount of articles, collaborations in collective publications, and introductions to books in Basque, English, and Spanish. 


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The Book that Everyone Needs to Read

IN THE FOLLOWING INTERVIEW Imanol Galfarsoro talks with Santiago Zabala about his book, co-authored with Gianni Vattimo, Hermeneutic Communism. They discuss ...


Gianni Vattimo and Santiago Zabala’s Hermeneutic Communism
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