My work questions the impact of technologies on psychic and social life. I engage media arts, cybernetics, artificial intelligence, and governmental technologies of behavioral surveillance and control to address key changes in the structure and formation of contemporary societies.

Since 2020, I’m a Lecturer in the Department of French at the University College Cork. Before joining UCC, I was a Postdoctoral Research Associate for the South African Research Chair Initiatives in Social Change, University of Fort Hare (2019-2020), an A. W. Mellon Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape (2018-2019), and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Winthrop-King Institute For Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, Florida State University (2016-2018). I completed my PhD in French and Media Studies at the University of Minnesota (2016). Since 2020, I am chercheuse associée with the laboratoire de recherche Histoires des Arts et des Représentations (EA 4414) at the Université Paris-Nanterre.

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Racism and Culture in the Age of Techno-Aesthetic Supremacy

A society has race prejudice or it has not. There are no degrees of prejudice.

Frantz Fanon


In other words, high time for the retrieval of the space of the political.

Hortense Spillers