Dominic Pettman

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Dominic Pettman is a cultural theorist and author. He is Professor of Culture and Media at Eugene Lang College and of Liberal Studies at the New School for Social Research (New York). He has held previous positions at the University of Melbourne, the University of Geneva, and the University of Amsterdam. Pettman's work combines cultural studies, media studies, and philosophical approaches on topics ranging from new media, European literature, popular culture, affect theory, philosophies of technology, and animal studies. Pettman's books include After the Orgy: Toward a Politics of Exhaustion, Love and Other Technologies: Retrofitting Eros for the Information Age, Human Error: Species-Being and Media Machines (published as part of the "Posthumanities" series at the University of Minnesota Press), Look at the Bunny: Totem, Taboo, Technology, and In Divisible Cities.

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  • "Tolstoy’s Bestiary: Animality and Animosity in The Kreutzer Sonata" (Angelaki, 2013)
  • "Exile from Funland: Flusser and Agamben After the Fall" (Journal of Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 2011)
  • "Pavlov’s Podcast: The Acousmatic Voice in the Age of MP3s" (differences, 2012)
  • "A Taxonomy of Bruises" (Cabinet Magazine, 2010)
  • "After the Beep: Answering Machines and Creaturely Life" (boundary 2, 2010)
  • "Grizzly Man: Werner Herzog’s Anthropological Machine” (Theory and Event, 2009)
  • "Love in the Time of Tamagotchi” (Theory, Culture & Society, 2009)
  • "A Belated Invitation to the Orgy: The Complex Legacy of Jean Baudrillard," [introduction to new edition of] Fatal Strategies. (Semiotext(e), 2008).

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