Anaïs Nony is Winthrop-King Postdoctoral Fellow in Contemporary French and Francophone studies. She received her PhD from the University of Minnesota, and her BA and MA from the Université de la Sorbonne-Nouvelle, Paris 3. Co-founder of the international collective Nootechnics, she specializes in philosophy of technics and technology, critical media theory, and performance studies.
Relation between technique and society
Gender politics and technologies, race and technologies, social justice and technologies
Contemporary Media Art, Visual Culture, Comics, and Film Studies
Contemporary French and Francophone Theater
Technologies and Aesthetics: The Machine in Modern Literature, Comics, and Film (Fall 2016) Acting Out! French and Francophone Theater in Action (Spring 2017)
Rm. 360, Diffenbaugh
- Nootechnics. Guest-edited issue. Parallax. 83 (23-02) Forthcoming April 2017
- Introduction: Noology and Technics. With Benoît Dillet. London Journal in Critical Thought. 1 (2016): 26-37
- Agency in Exile: Spectatorship, Television, and Mediation in Kossi Efoui’s play Récupérations. The French Review 89.3 (2016): 134-147
- Bernard Stiegler on Automatic Society, as told to Anaïs Nony. The Third Rail Quaterly 5, (2015): 16-17.
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