Dr Nassima Sahraoui is a Fellow at the Forschungsinstitut für Philosophie Hannover, Germany. Her areas of research are political theory, history of philosophy and philosophy of history, and intersections between literature and philosophy. She has published various articles on Derrida and Benjamin and co-edited an anthology on the concept of idleness (Kleine Philosophie der Faulheit, 2012). Currently, she is publishing a book on the notion of potentiality, and is working on a project on the relation between resistance and otium.Dr Caroline Sauter is a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University, USA, and teaches Comparative Literature at Goethe University, Germany. In addition to her research on Walter Benjamin, her work focuses on the intersection between literature and theology, on German-Jewish thought in modernity, on translation theory, literary theory and language philosophy, and on the poetics of love, and she has published numerous scholarly articles in those fields. She is the author of a monograph on Benjamin’s translation philosophy (Die virtuelle Interlinearversion, 2014) and the co-editor of several books.