Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback is professor of Philosophy at Södertörn University (Sweden). Before moving to Sweden she was associate professor at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in Brazil. Her field of research is continental philosophy, with focus on phenomenology, hermeneutics, German Idealism and contemporary existential philosophy. She is author of several monographs in Swedish, Portuguese and English including Lovtal till intet – essäer om filosofisk hermeneutik [In praise of nothingness: Essays in philosophical hermeneutics, 2006]; Olho a Olho: ensaios de longe[Eye to eye: Essays from far away, 2010]; Att tänka i skisser [thinking through sketches, 2011]; Being with the Without , a conversation with Jean-Luc Nancy (2013); Dis-orientations. Philosophy, Literature and the Lost grounds of Modernity, edited with Tora Lane (2015); The End of the World. Contemporary Philosophy and Art, edited with Susanna Lindberg (2017), Time in Exile, in Conversation with Heidegger, Blanchot and Lispector (2020).