Winthrop-King Postdoctoral fellow in contemporary French and Francophone studies
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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
- 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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Course Taught at FSU:
- Technologies and Aesthetics: The Machine in Modern Literature, Comics, and Film (Fall 2016)
- Acting Out! French and Francophone Theater in Action (Spring 2017)