I was born in Calabria, Italy, and now live in Brooklyn, N.Y. I teach philosophy at Kingsborough Community College, CUNY. I am currently working on the third volume of a political ontology of labor. The volume is provisionally titled, "Time of Neglect and Care: Work and Life in Contemporary Capitalism".
Dennis Broe is the author of: "Film Noir, American Workers and Postwar Hollywood; Class, Crime and International Film Noir"; and "Maverick or How the West Was Lost". His current book, to be published in 2018, is Hyperindustrialism and Television Seriality: the end of leisure and the birth of the binge.
Michael Pelias teaches philosophy from the ancients to the moderns at Long Island University - Brooklyn, and is the co-managing editor of Situations. He is a board member of the Institute for the Radical Imagination and a co-host of the Manhattan cable TV show, The Radical Imagination. His scholarly work includes a long study and film script on the 17th century philosopher Spinoza, and an ongoing project on the history of philosophical materialism from Epicurus to Marx, as well as excavations of post-World War II French philosophy.
Stanley Aronowitz is Distinguished Professor in Sociology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. His most recent book is "The Death and Life of American Labor: Toward a New Workers' Movement"(Verso, 2015). He is the co-managing editor of Situations: Project of the Radical Imagination, and a Board member of the Institute for the Radical Imagination. He is author or editor of twenty-five books and is founding editor of the journal Social Text.