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Alejo Stark (he/him) is a researcher, teacher, writer, and organizer based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


His research explores the relations between science, art, and politics. It specifically situates itself at the intersection of Indigenous and Latin American cultural studies and the history and philosophy of science. 

Alejo grew up in Argentina and migrated to the United States with his parents. As a first-generation immigrant student transferring from  Miami Dade Community College, he graduated with an ScB in Physics and a BA in Africana Studies from Brown University. At Michigan, he pursued a similarly expansive program of study, earning a Ph.D. in Astronomy and Astrophysics and an M.A. in Philosophy.


But it was in his Ph.D. work in Romance Languages and Literatures that he combined his interests in the history and philosophy of science and how these fields shape and are shaped by current debates within Indigenous and Latin American Studies.


Alejo’s research has been published in journals such as The Astrophysical Journal, Physical Review, Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), Consecutio Rerum, Deleuze and Guattari Studies, Res Publica. Revista de Historia de las Ideas Políticas, Décalages, Demarcarciones, Otro Siglo: Revista de filosofía, New Global Studies, and Chasqui: Revista de literatura y cultura latinoamericana e indígena


His public writing and interviews have been featured in Verso, The Brooklyn Rail, Jacobin, Commune Magazine, In These Times, and Abolition Journal.

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