Ph.D., Centre for Research on Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University
My name is Luhuna Carvalho and I was born in 1980 in Lisbon, Portugal. I have studied anthropology, film, and more recently, philosophy, having just completed a PhD at the Centre for Research on Modern European Philosophy at the Kingston University in London. My thesis discusses the italian movements of Operaismo and Autonomia, which I read as political ontologies of the forms of antagonism emerging from the real subsumption of labor. I am also part of a number of autonomous projects and experiences in Lisbon, such as the RDA69 social center, and collaborate often with a number of journals and magazines.