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