James Burton is Lecturer in Cultural Studies and Cultural History. His research interests include cultural theory, science fiction, posthumanism, process philosophy, ecology and theories of fiction. He is the author of 'The Philosophy of Science Fiction: Henri Bergson and the Fabulations of Philip.K.Dick' and associate editor, alongside Erich Hörl, of 'General Ecology: The New Ecological Paradigm', (2017) a collection of theoretical essays on the contemporary imbrication of different kinds of ecology.
Arts and Cultural Theory (BA); Global Cultural Politics (BA); Cultural Studies and Capitalism (MA)
Areas of Supervision
Proposals are particularly welcome for theoretically-orientated critical research projects in the following and related areas:
- Science Fiction and culture
- Literature and Philosophy
- Concepts and cultural forms of fiction
Hoerl, Erich and Burton, James