Staff research interests
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Cultural Studies Staff research interests

Staff research interests (Cultural Studies)

Media ethnography.
Goetz Bachmann MA 

Aesthetics and politics; literature and literary theory; photography; African studies.
Dr Jennifer Bajorek BA MA PhD

Philosophy of justice.
Professor Andrew Benjamin
(Visiting Professor) 

Software studies; art; ecology; media theory.
Dr Matthew Fuller BA PhD

Free media.
Graham Harwood

Marxism and theory; poststructuralism; Asian communisms; music and politics; tourism.
Professor John Hutnyk BA PhD

Social and cultural theory; information society; multimedia and urban studies; China.
Professor Scott Lash BSc MA PhD

Cultural analytics, digital media, art, film and design.
Professor Lev Manovitch
(Visiting Professor) 

Globalization and the Postcolony Political Economy, Market and Performativity: Deleuze—ANT; Activism in the Global South; Performativity of the Human Development Index and India; Photography, state and development; Dalit politics and Tarde; Bergson and Cultural Memory.
Dr Bhaskar Mukhopadhyay BA MA PhD

Contemporary philosophy; cybernetic media culture; technoscience.
Dr Luciana Parisi PhD

Technology; China; ethnography.
Dr Tyler Rooker BA MA PhD 

Media Philosophy
Professor Bernard Stiegler
(Visiting Professor)

Postcolonial theory and globalisation; processes and practices of creolisation; Fanon, Césaire etc; the critique of Enlightenment.
Dr Françoise Vergès BA MA PhD 

Cultural analytics, digital media, art, film and design.
Professor Lev Manovitch
(Visiting Professor) 

Globalization and the Postcolony Political Economy, Market and Performativity: Deleuze—ANT; Activism in the Global South; Performativity of the Human Development Index and India; Photography, state and development; Dalit politics and Tarde; Bergson and Cultural Memory.
Dr Bhaskar Mukhopadhyay BA MA PhD

Contemporary philosophy; cybernetic media culture; technoscience.
Dr Luciana Parisi PhD

Technology; China; ethnography.
Dr Tyler Rooker BA MA PhD 

Media Philosophy
Professor Bernard Stiegler
(Visiting Professor)

Postcolonial theory and globalisation; processes and practices of creolisation; Fanon, Césaire etc; the critique of Enlightenment.
Dr Françoise Vergès BA MA PhD 


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