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María del Rosario Acosta López is Professor at the Department of Hispanic Studies and Cooperating Faculty in the Department of Philosophy in UC Riverside. She teaches and conducts research on Romanticism and German Idealism, Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art, Contemporary Political European Philosophy, and more recently, on the areas of Decolonial and Latin American studies. She is the author of a book on silence and art in German Romanticism (2006) and a monograph on Friedrich Schiller and the political sublime (2008), and has edited and co-edited volumes and special issues on Hegel (2008), Schiller (2008 and 2018), Critique in German Philosophy (2020), Contemporary Political Philosophy (2010, 2013 and 2014), and Philosophy and Memory in Colombia (2016, 2019, 2023), among others. She is currently working on the manuscript of her next book, Grammars of Listening: Philosophical Approaches to Memory after Trauma (forthcoming in Spanish with Herder and in English with Fordham UP) and a book co-written with Jean-Luc Nancy, The Unstoppable Murmur of Being-Together (forthcoming with Fordham UP).

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