The Asymptotic Regret of Charlene’s ‘Never Been To Me,’” Hyped on Melancholy, Vol. 2, September 2019.

Get Thee to a Phalanstery, or How Fourier Can Still Teach Us How to Make Lemonade,” Public Domain Review, April 30, 2019.

The Existential Status of The Simpsons,” Public Seminar, March 11, 2019.

Remember Baudrillard: On the Ecstasies of Posthumous Communication,” Public Seminar, November 2, 2018.

What Are You Wearing? On Sonic Intimacy,” Logic, Issue 2, Summer 2017 (Reprinted on the Stanford University Press blog)

Twenty Theses on Posthumanism, Political Affect, and Proliferation,” Public Seminar, March 10, 2017.

The Gesture of Photographing,” (with Carla Nappi), Thresholds, Issue 1, Summer 2017.

Twenty Theses on Posthumanism, Political Affect, and Proliferation,” Public Seminar, March 10, 2017.

Some Remarks on the Legacy of Madame Francine Descartes – First Lady and Historian of the Robocene – on the Occasion of 500 Years Since her Unlawful Watery Execution,” Public Domain Review, Conjectures series, edited by D. Graham Burnett, January 2017.

Electric Caresses: Balthus, Rilke, Mitsou,” Cabinet, no. 50, Fall 2015.

The Nude in the Library: Playboy and the Card Catalog,” Public Seminar, Nov 27, 2015.

Pizza Rat: Totem of Our Time,” Public Seminar, October 23, 2015.

The Screech Within Speech,” Sounding Out, July 16, 2015.

Wings of Desire: On Tesla’s Love of a White Pigeon,” Cabinet, no. 55, Winter 2015.

Legislating the Libido: On the New Censorship Laws in the UK,” Public Seminar, December 29, 2014.

Working Around God: Technology, the Pace of Life, and the Shabbos Elevator,” The Atlantic, Object Lessons Series, June 14, 2014.

MOOCs: Herding Education to the Slaughterhouse?Mute magazine, May 23, 2014.

The Tumblrst Tumbl Ever Tumbld: or, How I found the Angel of History Trapped on the Flypaper of Social Media,” Los Angeles Review of Books, February 20, 2014.

The Orc and the Penguin,” Cabinet, no. 50, Summer 2013.

So You Think You Can Think: How I Taught a Course on Reality TV by Turning My It Into a Reality TV Competition,” Inside Higher Ed, 26 August 2013.

The Noble Cabbage: A Review of Michael Marder’s Plant-Thinking,” Los Angeles Review of Books, July 2013.

The Speciousness of Origin: Notes from Palermo,” Bad Subjects, 2011.

“America’s Gas Problem,” Reflex magazine, May 2011.

In Divisible Cities” (extract), Asymptote, April 2011.
[Italian translation + Chinese translation in Fleurs des Lettres, no. 44, July-August, 2013]

Taxonomy of Bruises,” Cabinet, no. 39, Winter 2010.

“On Being Shallow: A Theoretical Mashup,” Public (York University, Canada) no. 29. Special Issue: “Localities,” Fall/Winter 2004, 54-64.

“Les Paradoxes des Hotspots,” Largeur Online Magazine [Geneva], translated into French by Pierre Grosjean, 13 July 2004.

“From September 11 to the 7-11: Popular Propaganda and the Internet’s War Against Terrorism,” Largeur Online Magazine [Geneva], translated into French by Pierre Grosjean, December 2001.

“Machinic Hygienics: Or Why You Aren’t Necessarily What You Eat,” La culture hygiénique: métaphore et allégorie de la pureté, Exhibition Catalogue, l’Espace Arlaud de Lausanne, Switzerland [October, 2003].

“Reflections on/in a Hong Kong Hotel Room,” Log Illustrated (New Zealand), no. 12, Summer 2001, 20.

“’In the Fine Underwear of our Minds’: Love and Community in the Age of Globalism,” Parachute (Canada), no. 101, 2001, 64-71.

Professor of Culture & Media at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College.

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