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Dr Christopher John Müller


Researching Constellations of Power, Technology and Affect in Contemporary Culture


How do technological objects, artificial and linguistic structures shape human perception, emotion and interaction? What is at stake when engaging in literary and cultural analysis today? In what ways is criticism a creative practice?  My work responds to these questions by pursuing research in Contemporary Thought, Cultural Studies, Literature and Media Studies.

Open Call: Genealogy of the Posthuman 

Lecturer in Cultural Studies & Media, Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies, Macquarie University, Sydney

Honorary Research Associate at the School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University

Co-Editor of the Genealogy of the Posthuman on criticalposthumanism.net

PhD from the Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory, Cardiff University (2013)

 

 

Quick Links

Exerpt of Prometheanism in 3:AM Magazine 

Utopia Inverted: Günther Anders, Technology and the Social, special issue of Thesis Eleven (August 2019)

Most Recent Publications (Academic)

From Radioactivity to Data Mining: Günther Anders in the AnthropoceneThesis Eleven 153(1), 2019

Writing to Spare One's Blushes: Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Confessions and the Automation of Confidence, in Shame and Modern Writing, ed. Julie Walsh and Barry Sheils (Routledge, 2018)

Creative Critical Writing

Pure Commodity (Fetish), postscript in art book Bastards, by Aljosha Lanz (popuppress, 2018)

 New Translations (Open Access)

Günther Anders, Language and End Time, Christian Dries, The Life of Günther Anders and Horst Holzer, Communication & Society (Chapters 1, 2 and 5 from Theorie des Fernsehens) in tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique.