Davide Panagia is professor of Political Science at UCLA and current co-editor of the journal Political Theory. He is a political theorist with multidisciplinary research interests across the humanities and social sciences. His work specializes on the relationship between aesthetics and politics. His book publications include The Poetics of Political Thinking (2006), The Political Life of Sensation (2009), Impressions of Hume: Cinematic Thinking and the Politics of Discontinuity (2013), Ten Theses for an Aesthetics of Politics (2016) and Rancière’s Sentiments (2018). He has two current book projects: one is an intellectual history of affect theory entitled Sentimental Empiricism: Politics, Theory, and Criticism in Postwar France; the second is a book on political theory and the philosophy of film entitled Intermedial Relations.