Gabriel Giorgi works on Latin American contemporary literatures, art and cinema, with a focus on the Southern Cone and Brazil. Biopolitics, the non-human, and queerness articulate many of his critical interventions. He has published "Sueños de exterminio. Homosexualidad y representación en la literatura argentina contemporánea" (Rosario, Beatriz Viterbo, 2004), "Formas comunes. Animalidad, biopolítica, cultura" (Buenos Aires, Eterna Cadencia, 2014; translated into Portuguese in 2016) and more recently, in collaboration with Ana Kiffer, "Las vueltas del odio. Gestos, escrituras, políticas" (Buenos Aires, Eterna Cadencia, 2020; published in Brazil in 2019) He has also co-edited with Fermin Rodriguez the anthology "Excesos de vida. Ensayos sobre biopolítica" ( Buenos Aires, Paidós, 2007) Besides NYU he has been visiting professor at universities in Argentina, Brazil and Ecuador. His articles have been published in USA, Spain and Latin America.