Nina Power is a cultural critic, social theorist, philosopher and translator. She is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University and the author of One-Dimensional Woman. She served as both editor and translator (with Alberto Toscano) of Alain Badiou's On Beckett. Power received her PhD in Philosophy from Middlesex University on the topic of Humanism and Antihumanism in Post-War French philosophy, and also has an MA and BA in Philosophy from the University of Warwick. She has taught at Middlesex, Orpington College, London College of Communication, Morley College and Roehampton University, where she is also currently a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy. She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a member of the British Philosophical Association. Nina Power has a wide range of interests, including philosophy, film, art, feminism and politics, and is interested in independent publishing and reviving certain political forms and genres of writing (the polemic, the pamphlet, the declaration, the address, etc.). Power writes for a variety of different publications and journals, in a variety of genres and on various different topics (including music, critical theory, film, policing and protests). Some of the publications she regularly contributes to include frieze, Wire, Radical Philosophy, The Guardian, Cabinet, Film Quarterly, Icon, The Philosophers’ Magazine. She is currently working on two book-length projects--one on the topic of work and the other on the history of the collective political subject. She is also working on a number of more experimental collaborations with artists and writers.