Rodrigo Cordero is PhD in Sociology (University of Warwick, UK). He is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences and History, University Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile, and Associate Researcher of the Millennium Nucleus Models of Crises. His current research interests include sociology of concepts and conceptual change, moments of crisis, rupture and foundation, and critical theory. He teaches contemporary social theory and critical theory.
He has recently published on these topics in the European Journal of Social Theory (2014) and the European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology (2014; co-editor of a special issue on “Hannah Arendt’s On Revolution”). He is completing the book Crisis and Critique: A Theory of Social Diremptions (Routledge, forthcoming 2015) and preparing the translation into Spanish of Robert Fine’s book Political Investigations: Hegel, Marx, Arendt (Ediciones UDP, 2015).