Nancy Fraser is Henry A. and Louise Loeb Professor at the New School for Social Research and holder of an international research chair at the Collège d’études mondiales, Paris. Trained as a philosopher, she specializes in critical social theory and political philosophy. Fraser’s newest book, forthcoming from Verso in 2021, is Cannibal Capitalism: How our System is Devouring Democracy, Care and the Planet. Other recent books include Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto, co-authored with Cinzia Arruzza and Tithi Bhattacharya (Verso, 2019 and in 20 other languages); The Old is Dying (Verso, 2019); and Capitalism: A Conversation in Critical Theory, co-authored with Rahel Jaeggi (Polity Press 2018). In these works, Fraser has theorized capitalism’s relation to racial oppression, social reproduction, ecological crisis, feminist movements, and the rise of rightwing populism. These themes are also explored in a series of linked essays in New Left Review, Critical Historical Studies, American Affairs, and in Fortunes of Feminism: From State Managed Capitalism to Neoliberal Crisis (2013). Her other books include Transnationalizing the Public Sphere (2014); Scales of Justice (2008); Adding Insult to Injury: Nancy Fraser Debates her Critics (2008); Redistribution or Recognition? A Political-Philosophical Exchange, with Axel Honneth (2003); Justice nterruptus (1997); and Unruly Practices (1989).