Steven Shaviro

DeRoy Professor of English
Wayne State University
5057 Woodward, Suite 9408
Detroit, MI 48202
USA

Phone: +1 (313) 577-2450
Fax: +1 (313) 577-8618
Email: shaviro@shaviro.com
Homepage: http://www.shaviro.com/Blog

Education

1975: B. A., English, Yale University

1978: M. A., Department of English, Yale University

1981: Ph. D., Department of English, Yale University

Positions Held

1981-1984: Part-Time Lecturer, Literature Program and Dept. of English, Yale University

1984-1990: Assistant Professor, English, University of Washington

1990-1995: Associate Professor, English, University of Washington

1995-1998: Professor, English, University of Washington

1998-2004: Professor, English and Comparative Literature, University of Washington

2004-present: DeRoy Professor of English, Wayne State University

Books

Passion and Excess: Blanchot, Bataille, and Literary Theory (Florida State University Press, 1990).

The Cinematic Body (University of Minnesota Press, 1993).

Doom Patrols: A Theoretical Fiction About Postmodernism (Serpent's Tail, 1997).

Connected, Or, What It Means To Live in the Network Society (University of Minnesota Press, 2003).

Without Criteria: Kant, Whitehead, Deleuze, and Aesthetics (MIT Press, 2009).

Post-Cinematic Affect (Zero Books, 2010).

Melancholia or, The Romantic Anti-Sublime (Sequence, 2012), ebook available at http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/sequence/ebooks/.

The Universe of Things: On Speculative Realism (University of Minnesota Press, 2014).

No Speed Limit: Three Essays on Accelerationism (University of Minnesota Press, 2015).

Discognition (Repeater Books, 2016).

Digital Music Videos (Rutgers University Press, 2017).

Articles

"Browning Upon Caliban Upon Setebos," Browning Society Notes 12:2-3 (1981), 3-18.

"Striving With Systems: Blake and the Politics of Difference," Boundary 2 10:3 (Spring 1982), 229-250.

"Burroughs' Theater of Illusion: Cities of the Red Night," Review of Contemporary Fiction 4:1 (Spring 1984), 64-74.

"That Which is Always Beginning: Stevens's Poetry of Affirmation," PMLA 100:2 (March 1985), 220-233.

"From Language to Forms of Life: Theory and Practice in Wittgenstein," Social Text 13/14 (Winter/Spring 1986), 216-234.

"A Chacun Ses Sexes: Deleuze and Guattari's Theory of Sexuality, Discours Social / Social Discourse I 3 (Winter 1988), 287-299.

"Exorbitance and Death: Marguerite Young's Vision," Review of Contemporary Fiction 9:3 (Fall 1989), 191-197.

"Lost Chords and Interrupted Births: Marguerite Young's Exorbitant Vision," Critique 31:3 (Spring 1990), 213-222.

"Complicity and Forgetting," MLN 105:4 (Sept. 1990), 819-832.

"Masculinity, Spectacle, and the Body of Querelle," Discours Social / Social Discourse III 3/4 (Fall/ Winter 1991), 171-177.

"The Very Life of the Darkness: A Reading of Blood Meridian," Southern Quarterly 30:4 (Summer 1992), 111-121.

"Bodies of Fear: The Films of David Cronenberg," in The Politics of Everyday Fear, ed. Brian Massumi (University of Minnesota Press, 1993), 113-135.

"If I Only Had A Brain," Popular Culture Column, Postmodern Culture 4:1 (Sept. 1993).

"Cindy Sherman, Cindy Sherman," Nobodaddies #1 (Spring/Summer 1994), 30-34.

"My Others, My Selves: The Troops for Truddi Chase," Black Ice 11-12 (1995), 56-63.

"Two Lessons from Burroughs," in Posthuman Bodies, ed. Judith Halberstam and Ira Livingston (University of Indiana Press, 1995), 38-54.

"Confusion Is Sex," Two Girls Review 2:1 (1995), 30-37.

"Strategies of Disappearance: or, Why I Love Dean Martin," in In Memoriam to Postmodernism, ed. Mark Amerika and Lance Olsen (San Diego State University Press, 1995) 120-131.

"Warhol Before the Mirror," in Who Was Andy Warhol?, ed. Colin MacCabe, with Mark Francis and Peter Wollen (British Film Institute, 1997), 89-95.

"Beauty Lies in the Eye," Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 24:3 (September 1997), 461-471.

"Intrusions: Lost Highway and the Future of Narrative," Paradoxa 4:11 (1998) 501-509.

"Regimes of Vision: Kathryn Bigelow, Strange Days," Polygraph 13 (2001), 59-68.

"Fire and Ice: The Films of Guy Maddin," in North of Everything: English-Canadian Cinema Since 1980, ed. William Beard and Jerry White (University of Alberta Press, 2002) 216-221.

"The Erotic Life of Machines," parallax 25 (October-December 2002) 21-31.

"Straight From the Cerebral Cortex: Vision and Affect in Strange Days," in The Cinema of Kathryn Bigelow: Hollywood Transgressor, ed. Deborah Jermyn and Sean Redmond (Wallflower Press, 2003) 159-177.

"The Life, After Death, of Postmodern Emotions," in Criticism 46:1 (Winter 2004), 125-141.

"Supa Dupa Fly: Black Women as Cyborgs in Hiphop Videos," Quarterly Review of Film and Video 22:2 (April-June 2005) 169-179.

"Prophecies of the Present," Socialism and Democracy 20:3 (November 2006), 5-24.

"Clichés of Identity: Chantal Akerman's Musicals," Quarterly Review of Film and Video 24:1 (January-March 2007), 11-17.

"Without Criteria," in Sensorium: Aesthetics, Art, Life, ed. Barbara Bolt, Felicity Colman, Graham Jones, Ashley Woodward (London: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007) 2-14.

"Emotion Capture: Affect in Digital Film," Projections 1:2 (Winter 2007), 37-55.

"The Cinematic Body REDUX," parallax 14:1 (February 2008), 48-54.

"Novelty and Double Causality in Kant, Whitehead, and Deleuze," in Deleuze, Guattari, and the Production of the New, ed. Simon O'Sullivan and Stephen Zepke (New York: Continuum, 2008), 206-216.

"Money for Nothing: Virtual Worlds and Virtual Economies," in Virtual Worlds, ed. Mary Ipe (Hyderabad: The Icfai University Press, 2008), 53-67.

"The Singularity Is Here," in Red Planets: Marxism and Science Fiction, ed. Mark Bould and China Miéville (London: Pluto Press, 2009), 103-117.

"Pop Utopia: The Promise and Disappointment of Michael Jackson," in The Resistible Demise of Michael Jackson, ed. Mark Fisher (Winchester, UK: Zero Books, 2009), 51-62.

"Interstitial Life: Subtractive Vitalism in Whitehead and Deleuze," Deleuze Studies 4:1 (March 2010), 107-119.

"Post-Cinematic Affect: On Grace Jones, Boarding Gate, and Southland Tales," Film-Philosophy 14:1 (2010).

"Interstitial Life: Remarks on Causality and Purpose in Biology," in The Force of the Virtual: Deleuze, Science, and Philosophy, ed. Peter Gaffney (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010), 133-146.

"Self-enjoyment and Concern: On Whitehead and Levinas," in Beyond Metaphysics?: Explorations in Alfred North Whitehead's Late Thought, ed. Roland Faber, Brian G. Henning, and Clinton Combs (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2010), 249-257.

"Transcendental Empiricism in Deleuze and Whitehead," in Secrets of Becoming: Negotiating Whitehead, Deleuze, and Butler, ed. Roland Faber and Andrea M. Stephenson (New York: Fordham University Press, 2011), 82-91.

"The Actual Volcano: Whitehead, Harman, and the Problem of Relations," in The Speculative Turn: Continental Materialism and Realism, ed. Levi Bryant, Nick Srnicek and Graham Harman (Melbourne: re.press, 2011), 279-290.

"The 'Bitter Necessity' of Debt: Neoliberal Finance and the Society of Control," Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 37:1 (March 2011), 73-82.

"After Hope: The Life and Death of a Porno Gang," in Acidemic Journal of Film and Media # 7 (2011), http://www.acidemic.com/id137.html.

"The Universe of Things," in Theory and Event 14:3 (2011).

Roundtable Discussion: The Post-Cinematic in Paranormal Activity and Paranormal Activity 2, with Nicholas Rombes and Julia Leyda, moderated by Therese Grisham, in La furia umana 10 (2011). Reprinted in Denson and Leyda (eds), Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film (Falmer: REFRAME Books, 2016). http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/post-cinema/7-1-grisham-leyda-rombes-shaviro/.

"Body Horror and Post-Socialist Cinema: Györgi Pálfi's Taxidermia," Film-Philosophy 15:2 (2011), 90-105.

"Jerry Lewis's Smorgasbord," in La furia umana 12 (2012).

"Body Horror and Post-Socialist Cinema: Györgi Pálfi's Taxidermia," revised and expanded version, in A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas, ed. Aniko Imre (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), 25-40.

"Melancholia or, The Romantic Anti-Sublime," in Sequence: Serial Studies in Media, Film and Music, 1:1, Fall 2012 http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/sequence1/1-1-melancholia-or-the-romantic-anti-sublime/.

"Ars Vitae: Delany's Philosophical Fable," in Samuel R. Delany, Phallos (Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2013), 159-171.

"Exceeding the Human: Power and Vulnerability in Octavia Butler's Fiction." in Strange Matings: Science Fiction, Feminism, African American Voices, and Octavia E. Butler, ed. Rebecca J. Holden and Nisi Shawl (Seattle: Aqueduct Press, 2013), 221-232.

"Comment traduire une forme de vie?", trans. Frédéric Neyrat, in Multitudes 2012/4, numero 51, 86-90.

"Accelerationist Aesthetics: Necessary Inefficiency in Times of Real Subsumption," in e-flux 46 (June 2013). Available online at http://www.e-flux.com/journal/accelerationist-aesthetics-necessary-inefficiency-in-times-of-real-subsumption/.

"Non-Phenomenological Thought," in Speculations 5 (2014), 40-56.

"Twenty-Two Theses on Nature," in Yearbook of Comparative Literature, volume 58 (2012) (actually published 2014), 205-210.

"Bats, Dogs, and Posthumans," in Turborealism. Neither Bow nor Arrow (thinking with a movement that almost was), ed. Victoria Ivanova and Agnieszka Pindera (Donetsk/Warsaw: IZOLYATSIA, 2014), 196-204.

"Discognition," in Timing of Affect: Epistemologies of Affection, ed. Marie-Louise Angerer, Bernd Bosel, and Michaela Ott (Zurich: Diaphanes, 2014), 49-64.

"Consequences of Panpsychism," in The Nonhuman Turn, ed. Richard Grusin (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2015), 19-44.

"The New Audiovisual Image," in La furia umana 23, Spring 2015 (both print and online; http://www.lafuriaumana.it/index.php/56-lfu-23/346-steven-shaviro-the-new-audiovisual-image).

"Thinking Blind," in Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 25:2-3 (2014; actually published 2015), 314-331.

"Non-Correlational Thought," in Realism Materialism Art, ed. Christoph Cox, Jenny Jaskey, and Suhail Malik (New York: Sternberg Press, 2015), 193-204.

"Arsenic Dreams," in e-flux 56 (Summer 2015). Available online at http://supercommunity.e-flux.com/texts/arsenic-dreams/.

Review Essay: "Verso Futures," in Paradoxa 27: The Futures Industry (2015), 255-266.

"Foreign Territory: The Promises and Perils of Specualtive Realism," in Genealogies of Speculation: Materialism and Subjectivity Since Structuralism, ed. Armen Avanessian and Suhail Malik (New York: Bloomsbury, 2016, 29-40.

"Post-Continuity: An Introduction," in Denson and Leyda (eds), Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film, REFRAME Books (2016). http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/post-cinema/1-2-shaviro/.

"Splitting the Atom: Post-Cinematic Articulations of Sound and Vision," in Denson and Leyda (eds), Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film, REFRAME Books (2016). http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/post-cinema/3-4-shaviro/.

"Into the Funhole: Kathe Koja's The Cipher," in Genre 49(2): 213-229 (2016).

Online Publications

Stranded in the Jungle (1997-2001) http://www.shaviro.com/Stranded.

"Returning to the Scene of the Perfect Crime, Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Virtual" (2003). http://www.shaviro.com/Othertexts/Baudrillard.pdf.

"Take Me Back: Ghostface's Ghosts" (2007; http://www.shaviro.com/Othertexts/Ghostface.pdf).

Editor, Cognition and Decision in Non-Human Biological Organisms, in Living Books About Life series, Open Humanities Press (2011). ISBN 978-1-60785-258-2. http://www.livingbooksaboutlife.org/books/Cognition_and_Decision.

The Pinocchio Theory (Blog, ongoing; http://www.shaviro.com/Blog/).

Literary Publications

"Nocturnal," "Abducted," and "Blood," in Northwest Edge: Deviant Fictions, ed. Lidia Yuknavitch and L. N. Pearson (Portland and San Diego: two girls, 2000), 55-57 and 184-188.

"Robotic" and "Lost," in Hard_Code: Narrating the Network Society, ed. Eugene Thacker (Alt-X Ebooks, 2001), 62-63, 197-199.

"Intrusion," "Robotic," and "Instrumental" in Trepan 3 (Spring/Summer 2001) 24-29.

"Robotic" and "Seen," in Two Girls Review 3:1 (2001), 74-75.

"Explosion," and "Acid," in Calaveras Station 1:5 (2002), 7-10.

"Fame," "Fashion," and "Sensitivity," in The Rendezvous Reader: Northwest Writing, ed. Novella Carpenter, Paula Gilovich, and Rachel Kessler (Tenth Avenue East Publishing, 2002) 107-113.

Books Reviews, Notes, etc.

"For a Libidinal Economics of Poetry," Some Other Magazine 3-4 (Fall 1980), 8-12.

Review of recent books on deconstruction, The Minnesota Review 23 (Fall 1984), 208-214.

Reply to letters concerning article on Wallace Stevens, PMLA 100:5 (October 1985), 816-817.

Review of Postmodernism and Politics, ed. Jonathan Arac, Sub-Stance55 (1988), 95-97.

Extract from MLA talk, "Genet's Last Testament," Lesbian and Gay Studies Newsletter 18:1 (March 1991), 20.

"Trials of Photography," review of recent books on postmodernism and photography, Arts Magazine 66:2 (October 1991), 31-34.

Review of The Optical Unconscious, by Rosalind Krauss, The Print Collector's Newsletter 24:5 (November-December 1993), 196-197.

Review of Compulsive Beauty by Hal Foster, The Print Collector's Newsletter 25:1 (March-April 1994), 34-36.

Program Notes for "Peggy Ahwesh: Girls Beware!," a retrospective of the films of Peggy Ahwesh, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New American Film and Video Series, 81, July-August 1997.

Review of Exhibition, "New Concepts in Printmaking: Peter Halley," Museum of Modern Art, in On Paper2:2 (November-December 1997), 42-43.

Interviewed by Gady Brinker, in Winged Ape 6 (1998), 3-5.

"Blood" (review of Doug Rice, Blood of Mugwump) in Discourse 20:1-2 (Winter-Spring 1998)124-126.

"Is This Desire?" (review of Dodie Bellamy, The Letters of Mina Harker) in Washington Review 25:1 (June/July 1999), 24-25.

Review of Exhibition: Allan Sekula, Fish Story, Henry Art Gallery, in Art On Paper 3:6 (July-August 1999), 63-64.

"Ten Reflections on Mark Amerika's PHON:E:ME," Walker Art Center Gallery 9 (online art gallery), http://phoneme.walkerart.org/shaviro.html (Summer 1999).

Review of Marguerite Young, Harp Song for a Radical: The Life and Times of Eugene Victor Debs, in Review of Contemporary Fiction 20:1 (Spring 2000), 178.

"Random Acts of Contact" (review of Samuel R. Delany, Times Square Red, Times Square Blue), in American Book Review 21:3 (March-April 2000), 34.

Review of Andy Warhol catalogues, Art on Paper 4:4 (March-April 2000), 87-89.

Introduction to DVD-ROM, "Performing Life: The Work of Tehching Hsieh," http://www.one-year-performance.com/intro.html (Autumn 2000).

Interviewed by Zoran Rosko, in Quorum (1/2000), 125-142.

"Mille écrans," Preface to Damien François, L'Immédiateté: Anthropologie culturelle critique (Peter Lang, 2000).

"Berlin Was Ground Zero: A Letter From USA," in Sehnsucht Berlin, ed. Petra Sorg and Henning Bruns (Tubingen: Konkursbuch Verlag, 2000) 225-227.

Response to Richard Doyle's "LSDNA," in Semiotic Flesh: Information and the Human Body, ed. Philip Thurtle and Robert Mitchell (Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities, University of Washington Press, 2002) 25-27.

"Capitalist Monsters," in Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory 10:4 (2002) 281-290.

"Ontology of the Virtual," in Experimental Theology: Public Text 0.2, ed. Robert Corbett and Rebecca Brown (Seattle: Seattle Research Institute, 2003), 43-52.

"Histories of the Future" (review of Bruce Sterling, Tomorrow Now: Envisioning the Next 50 Years), in The Electronic Book Review 3 (June 22, 2003), http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/technocapitalism/post-singular.

"‘I Felt Like Destroying Something Beautiful': Fight Club and the New Aesthetic Paradigm," in Phantom of Desire: Visions of Masochism, Essays and Texts, ed. Peter Weibel (Belleville: Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, 2003) 211-214.

Review of Reading the Figural, Or, Philosophy After the New Media, by David N. Rodowick, in Comparative Literature 55:3 (Summer 2003) 270-272.

"Undead (For Kathy Acker)," in Northwest Edge: Fictions of Mass Destruction (Portland: Chiasmus Press, 2003) 44-47.

"My Summary," in séance, ed. Christine Wertheim and Matias Viegener (Los Angeles: Make Now, 2006), 199-205.

"Warum Porn Now?," in "Eine Umfrage zur Pornografie," Texte Zur Kunst 64 (December 2006), 103-105.

Interviewed by Roy Christopher, in Follow for Now: Interviews with Friends and Heroes, ed. Roy Christopher (Seattle: Well-Read Bear, 2007), 283-287.

Review of The Souls of Cyberfolk: Posthumanism as Vernacular Theory, by Thomas Foster, in MLQ 68:3 (September 2007), 457-460.

"Hypermediated Minimalism," review of Spook Country by William Gibson, in American Book Review 28:6 (September/October 2007), 16.

"Strategies for the War on Culture," review of Beyond the Techno-Cave by Harold Jaffe, in American Book Review 29:1 (November/December 2007), 20-21.

"You Will Never Own a Jetpack: Warren Ellis' Doktor Sleepless," backmatter in Warren Ellis and Ivan Rodriguez, Doktor Sleepless #7: Marg Bar Amrika (Rantoul, Illinois: Avatar Press, May 2008).

"Geek Love is All You Need," review of Half Life by Shelley Jackson, Electronic Book Review (November 2008), http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/fictionspresent/conjoined.

"Innovation and Negation," review of Multitude: Between Innovation and Negation by Paolo Virno, Criticism 50:2 (2009), 319-325.

"Caché," in The Films of Michael Haneke, ed. William Beard (Edmonton: Metro Cinema and Worth Institute, 2009), 64-69.

"Monstruous Flesh," in HTV Artpapers #77: "Imaginary Property," http://www.htvnews.nl/.

"A Modest Proposal: Some Thoughts on the Crisis," in Re-Public: Reimagining Democracy, special issue "Representing the crisis / Representing debt," Fall 2009: http://www.re-public.gr/en/?p=1466.

"Asynchronous Realtime: Mark Amerika's Immobilité," in Mark Amerika: Unrealtime, exhibition catalogue (Athens, Greece: Hellenic Ministry of Culture/National Museum of Contemporary Art, 2009), 37-39.

"Communism at Birkbeck," review of "On the Idea of Communism" conference, Birkbeck College, London, 13-15 March 2009, in Criticism 51:1 (Winter 2009), 147-155.

"La Chienne," in Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 27:5 (2010), 442-444.

"The Richness of Things Themselves," review of Graham Harman, Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics, in Criticism 52:1 (Winter 2010), 129-133.

Introduction to Gwyneth Jones, The Universe of Things (Aqueduct Press, 2011), iii-vii.

"Steven Shaviro Über Filmkritik," interview, in Negativ, February 2011, http://www.negativ-film.de/2011/02/steven-shaviro-uber-filmkritik.html.

Interview at "New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science" website, March 2011, http://www.newappsblog.com/2011/03/new-apps-interview-steven-shaviro.html.

"Hyperbolic Futures: Speculative Finance and Speculative Fiction," in Cascadia Subduction Zone, 1:2 (April 2011), 3-5, 12-15.

"No Subject Experiences Twice," interview by Chaoyang Liao and Chun-yen Chen, Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 37:2, September 2011, 7-27.

"Transcendental Monsters," in Incognitum Hactenus 1:1, 27-30 (http://incognitumhactenus.com/).

Interview by Andrew Illiadis, Figure/Ground, February 22, 2013 http://figureground.ca/steven-shaviro/.

Interview by Rosie Sharp, Knight Arts, November 2014 http://www.knightarts.org/community/detroit/author-and-professor-steven-shaviro-on-the-universe-of-things.

Review of Shane Denson's video essay "Sight and Sound Conspire: Monstrous Audio-Vision in James Whale’s Frankenstein", [in]TRANSITION: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image Studies 2.4, 2016. http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/intransition/2015/12/29/sight-and-sound-conspire-monstrous-audio-vision-james-whale-s-frankenstein.

"Audiovisual Futures" Film Criticism 40:1 (January 2016). http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.13761232.0040.130.

"Why this is hell, nor am I out of it." For "Utopia anniversary symposium," Science Fiction Film and Television 9:1 (2016), 105-106.

Book Review: Tung-Hui Hu, A Prehistory of the Cloud. Online from Critical Inquiry (February 2016). http://criticalinquiry.uchicago.edu/steven_shaviro_reviews_a_prehistory_of_the_cloud/

"Affect Vs. Emotion," The Cine-Files 2016 http://www.thecine-files.com/shaviro2016/

"Hitchcockian Comedy and Jewish Kabuki: Jerry Lewis’ The Big Mouth (1967)," in Senses of Cinema 79 (July 2016). http://sensesofcinema.com/2016/jerry-lewis/big-mouth-1967/.

"The Power of Fabulation," book review of James Burton, The Philosophy of Science Fiction: Henri Bergson and the Fabulations of Philip K. Dick, in Science Fiction Studies 43:3 (November 2016), 575-577.

Book review: Fredric Jameson, An American Utopia, in Paradoxa 28 (2016), 272-277.

Movie review: Abel Ferrara's Welcome to New York, in Directory of World Cinema: American Independent 3, ed. John Berra (Intellect, 2016), 38-40.

"To Boldly Go Where Women Have Gone Before," book review of Lisa Yaszek and Patrick B. Sharp, eds. Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction, in Cascadia Subduction Zone 7:1, Spring 2017, 16-18.

Book review: Lars Schmeink, Biopunk Dystopias, in Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 27:3 (2016), 546-548.

Journalism

"New Pleasures: The Films of Chantal Akerman and Marguerite Duras," Nine One One Contemporary Arts Newsletter, March/April 1986, 3.

"Between Nihilism and Spirituality: The Razor's Edge of William S. Burroughs," Reflex II 5 (September/ October 1988), 11.

"Questioning Limits: Kathy Acker at COCA," Reflex III 4 (July/August 1989), 19-20.

"The Gaze Exploded: Films by Jane Campion and Kathryn Bigelow," Reflex IV 3 (May/June 1990), 25.

"Visual Beauty, Bold Themes: Preview of The Arab Film Festival," Reflex IV 4 (July/August 1990), 18.

Film Review: "The Documentator," Reflex IV 4 (July/August 1990), 25.

"Close to the Knives: David Wojnarowicz," Reflex IV 5 (September/ October 1990), 25.

"ACT UP and the Art of Political Protest," Reflex IV 6 (November/ December 1990), 15.

"Mainstream Guerilla: Sixth International Festival of Films by Women Directors," Reflex VI 2 (March/April 1992), 25.

"No More Apologies: Queer Bodies," Reflex VI 3 (May/June 1992), 18.

"Territories of the Flesh," Reflex VI 5 (September/October 1992), 12.

"Tin-Eared Yalie: Camille Paglia at Kane Hall," Reflex VI 6 (November/December 1992), 16.

"IRWIN: Interview with Miran Mohar," Reflex VII 2 (March/April 1993), 15 (co-written with Tatjana Pavlovic).

Film Review: "La Vie de Bohème," Reflex VIII 1 (January/ February 1994), 25.

"A Promise of Intimacy: Gary Hill at the Henry Art Gallery," Reflex VIII 4 (August/September 1994), 30.

Interviewed by Novella Carpenter, "The Pleasure Principle: Chasing Fashion, Porn, and Horror with Steven Shaviro," The Stranger 4:20 (February 14-20 1995), 18-19; Alternative-X, <http://www.altx.com/interviews/ steven.shaviro.html> (June 1995).

"Low Budget Mayhem (Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie)", The Stranger 5:31 (April 24-30 1996), 14-15.

"Playing in the MUD," The Stranger 5:32 (May 1-7, 1996), 12-13.

"Jerry Lewis," The Stranger 5:41 (July 4-10, 1996), Film Guide 4.

Book Review: Blood of Mugwump, by Doug Rice, Cups 76 (November 1996), 34.

"Prince's Cherry," The Stranger 6:18 (January 23-29, 1997), Film Guide 10.

"The Birth of a Story: Raoul Ruiz's Bizarre World," The Stranger 6:32 (May 1-7, 1997), 21.

"The Seattle Audience Syndrome: Getting the SIFF We Deserve," The Stranger 6:33 (May 8-14, 1997), 19 (published under the pseudonym "Spike Levi").

"Daydream Nation: Steve Erickson's American Nomad," The Stranger 6:34 (May 15-21, 1997), 23-25.

"The Ones That Got Away: A Few Films That Didn't Make It To SIFF This Year," The Stranger 6:38 (June 12-18, 1997), 15.

"Cult Fiction: Pynchon the Obscure?," The Stranger 6:46 (August 7-13, 1997), 23.

Book Reviews: Cruel Sacrifice by Aphrodite Jones and Witnessed by Budd Hopkins, The Stranger 7:9 (November 20-26, 1997), Literary Supplement 8-9.

"Mark Amerika's Grammatron," in Artbyte 1:1 (April-May 1998), 24-25.

"Fringe Research: Deconstructing Beck," in Artbyte 1:2 (June-July 1998), 16-17."

"Missing in Action: Films That Didn't Play the Seattle International Film Festival," The Stranger 7:43 (July 16-22, 1998), Film Guide 7.

"Future Past: Zoe Beloff's Beyond," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 1:3 (August-September 1998), 16-18.

"Gary Hill's Reflex Chamber," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 1:4 (October-November 1998), 14-15.

"Simulation of Life: Intimacy in the Age of Digital Dissemination," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 1:5 (December 1998-January 1999), 14-15.

"Viva Las Vegas," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 1:6 (February-March 1999), 14-15.

"Virtual Pleasure, Virtual Pain: Diane Gromala's Dancing with the Virtual Dervish," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 2:1 (April-May 1999), 20-21.

"Revenge of the Chatterbots," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 2:2 (Summer 1999), 24-25.

"Through a Monitor, Darkly: William Scarbrough's Prosthetic," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 2:3 (September-October 1999), 26-27.

"New Ways of Seeing: Digital Film," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 2:4 (November-December 1999), 26-27.

"Shoutcast: Everybody is a DJ," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 2:5 (January-February 2000), 26-27.

"Atomic Dogs," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 2:6 (March-April 2000), 22-23.

"Napster and its Discontents," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 3:1 (May-June 2000), 18-19.

"How to Sell Out: The Webby Awards 2000," The Stranger 9:36 (May 25-31, 2000), 19-21.

"Single White Female: Ananova Puts a Human Face on Technology," Fringe Research column in Artbyte 3:2 (July-August 2000), 18-20.

"Human, All Too Human," Fringe Research Column in Artbyte 3:3 (September-October 2000), 26-28.

"The End of Childhood, Beginning: Philip Pullman's Quantum Leap in Kids' Books," The Stranger 10:13 (December 14-20, 2000), 41.

"Kafka's Brain: Steve Aylett's Novel of Overload," review of Atom by Steve Aylett, The Stranger 10:15 (December 28, 2000- January 3, 2001), 31.

"Wayback Machines," review of The Language of New Media by Lev Manovich, Artbyte 4:1 (May-June 2001) 86.

"The Cinema of Absence: Film's Retreat from Total Reality," The Stranger 10:42 (July 5-11, 2001), 19-23.

"Super Transgressions: The New Pathologies," review of J. G. Ballard, Super-Cannes, The Stranger 11:11 (November 28-December 5, 2001), 23. Reprinted in The Portland Mercury 2:27 (December 6-12, 2001).

Review of The Crime Studio, by Steve Aylett, The Stranger 11:19 (January 24-30, 2002) 55.

Interviewed by Branimira Nazarin, Jutarnjiri List Saturday Magazine (Zagreb, Croatia), May 18, 2002, 24-25.

"Remembering the Future: Structures of Time in Contemporary Film," Reel News 10:2 (May 2002) 3-4, 7.

Interviewed by Neven Jovanovic, Zarez (Zagreb, Croatia) 82 (June 6, 2002). Available online at http://www.zarez.hr/zarez/zariste6.htm.

"Google Space: William Gibson's New Novel Takes Place in This Our Very Young Century," review of Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, The Stranger 12:25 (March 6-12, 2003) 29.

Review of ((FREQUENCIES)), by Joshua Ortega, The Stranger 12:40 (June 19-25, 2003) 31.

"Ménage à Cinq: Lurid Lawyers, Meth Labs, Aryan Warriors, Hell Hounds, and Much More Are in the Red Zone," review of Red Zone: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of the San Francisco Dog Mauling by Aphrodite Jones, The Stranger 12:46 (July 31-August 6, 2003) 32.

"Slacker Utopia: Cory Doctorow Imagineers Our High-Tech Future," review of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow, The Stranger 12:50 (August 28-September 3, 2003) 26.

"Picture Imperfect: Steven Shaviro on Moblogs," "Tech" column, Artforum International (October 2003) 61.

"The Persistence of Melodrama," Critical Mass, Northwest Film Forum Film Calendar, Winter 2004.

"Genetic Disorder: Steven Shaviro on Bioaesthetics," "Tech" column, Artforum International (January 2004) 42.

"Come, Come, Georges: Steven Shaviro on Georges Bataille's Story of the Eye and Ma Mère," Artforum International (May 2005) 53-56.

Note on Aki Kaurismaki, Northwest Film Forum Celebrates Ten Years (September 2005) 27.

"Power Station: A Review of the Transportation Hub in China Miéville's Perdido Street Station," in Arcade: Architecture/Design in the Northwest 24:1 (Autumn 2005), 37.

"A Desire Called Utopia: Fredric Jameson Gets to the Bottom of Science Fiction," The Stranger 15:14 (December 15-21, 2005).

"Speculative Realism: A Primer," in Texte zur Kunst 93 (March 2014), 40-51.

"Ferociously Intellectual Pulp Writing," book review of Echopraxia by Peter Watts, Los Angeles Review of Books, August 2014 http://lareviewofbooks.org/review/ferociously-intellectual-pulp-writing.

"The Story-As-Database," book review of Elysium by Jennifer Brissett, Los Angeles Review of Books, June 2015 https://lareviewofbooks.org/review/the-story-as-database.

"Feed," in Art Against Art 1 (Fall 2015), 32-35 http://www.artagainstart.com/p/current-issue.html.

"L’accélérationnisme: le rejeton bâtard du marxisme et de la science-fiction". Interview by Ingrid Luquet-Gad. Les Inrocks, 3 October 2015. http://www.lesinrocks.com/2015/10/03/arts-scenes/arts/laccelerationnisme-le-rejeton-batard-du-marxisme-et-de-la-science-fiction-11777925/.

"Writing the Future From Science Fiction". Omni Reboot, February 1, 2016. https://omnireboot.com/2016/writing-future-science-fiction/.

Reprints and Translations of My Work

"Browning Upon Caliban Upon Setebos," in Robert Browning: Modern Critical Views, ed. Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 1985), 139-150.

"Striving With Systems: Blake and the Politics of Difference," in Essential Articles for the Study of William Blake: 1970-1984, ed. Nelson Hilton (Hamden: Archon Books, 1986), 271-299.

"That Which is Always Beginning: Stevens's Poetry of Affirmation," in Critical Essays on Wallace Stevens, ed. Steven Gould Axelrod and Helen Deese (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1988), 191-213.

"Burroughs' Theater of Illusion: Cities of the Red Night" (revised version), in William Burroughs at the Front: Critical Reception, 1959-1989, ed. Jennie Skerl and Robin Lydenberg (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1991), 197-207.

From "Striving With Systems: Blake and the Politics of Difference" in Critical Essays on William Blake, ed. Hazard Adams (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1991), 164-174.

"The Very Life of the Darkness: A Reading of Blood Meridian," in Perspectives on Cormac McCarthy, ed. Edwin T. Arnold and Dianne C. Luce (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1993), 143-156.

"Exorbitance and Death: Marguerite Young's Vision," in Marguerite Young, Our Darling: Tributes and Essays, ed. Miriam Fuchs (Normal, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 1994), 122-128.

"My Others, My Selves: The Troops for Truddi Chase," in Degenerative Prose, ed. Mark Amerika and Ronald Sukenick (Boulder: Fiction Collective Two, 1995), 56-63.

"Bill Gates" (excerpt), from Doom Patrols, in Clear-Cut: Anthology, A Collection of Seattle Writers, ed. Nico Vassilakis (Seattle: Sub Rosa Press, 1996), n. p.

Doom Patrols, Preface and Chapter 1, Hebrew translation by Gady Brinker, in Winged Ape 5 (1997), 25-28.

Doom Patrols, from Chapter 12, Hebrew translation by Gady Brinker, in Ha'aretz, Internet Supplement, September 30, 1997, 1 and 6-7.

Doom Patrols: Streifzüge durch die Postmoderne, German translation by Thomas Hartl (Mannheim: Bollman Verlag, 1997).

Doom Patrols, from Chapter 10, Hebrew translation by Ido Ben-Knann, in Ha'aretz, Internet Supplement, March 10, 1998, 1 and 8-9.

"Warhol and Castro," chapter 16 of Doom Patrols, in American Book Review 19:3 (March-April 1998), 10 and 28.

"Beauty Lies in the Eye," in Symploke 6:1-2 (1998), 96-108.

Selections from Doom Patrols and Stranded in the Jungle, Croatian translations in Quorum (1/2000), 143-207.

"Mon chien vert est doux comme un Aibo," Courrier International 544 (April 5-11, 2001) 63.

"Mark Amerika's Grammatron" and "Ten Reflections on Mark Amerika's PHON:E:ME", Japanese translations, in conjunction with online exhibition "Avant Pop: The Stories of Mark Amerika," Media Arts Plaza, Tokyo, Japan, Summer 2001 http://plaza.bunka.go.jp/bunka/museum/kikaku/exhibition10/index.html.

"Beauty Lies in the Eye," in A Shock to Thought: Expression After Deleuze and Guattari, ed. Brian Massumi (New York: Routledge, 2002) 9-19.

"La pattuglia dell'Inesorabile," Italian translation of Chapter 1 of Doom Patrols, in Cyberzone 16 (2002) 97-102.

"Ligações Perigrosas: A Ontologia das Redes Digitals," in Crítica das Ligações na Era da Técnica, ed. José A. Bragança de Miranda and Maria Teresa Cruz (Lisboa: Tropismos, 2002) 197-214.

"Dean Martin oder Streifzüge durch die Postmoderne," in Jürgen Felix, ed., Die Postmoderne im Kino: Ein Reader (Schüren, 2002) 258-267.

"Es war mir, als ob ich etwas schönes zerstörte: Fight Club und das neue ästhetische Paradigma," in Phantom der Lust: Visionen des Masochismus, Band 1, ed. Peter Weibel (Belleville: Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, 2003) 390-397.

Italian translation of brief excerpts from Connected, by Stefano Franzoni, in Cyberzone 18 (2003) 13-17.

Croatian translation of miscellaneous writings,Zarez 116ff (2003-2005).

Selection from Connected, reprinted in séance, ed. Christine Wertheim and Matias Viegener (Los Angeles: Make Now, 2006), 97-101.

"Regresando a la escena del crimen perfecto," Spanish translation of "Returning to the Scene of the Perfect Crime," in webzine La Langosta Se Ha Posteado, August 2009 http://lalangostasehaposteadolnv.blogspot.com/2009/08/regresando-la-escena-del-crimen.html.

"Fire and Ice: The Films of Guy Maddin," in Playing with Memories: Essays on Guy Maddin, ed. David Church (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2009), 70-78.

"Bilinda Butcher," in Sound, ed. Caleb Kelly (London: Whitechapel Gallery, and Cambridge: MIT Press, 2011), 120-123.

Two chapters from Post-Cinematic Affect, in La furia umana 10 (2011), http://www.lafuriaumana.it/.

"Non-Phenomenological Thought," in Arts Tap 3: Peripheries, 64-73.

O Corpo Cinemático, Portuguese translation of The Cinematic Body, Sao Paolo: Editora Paulus, 2015.

"Uvod u akceleracionizam," Serbo-Croatian translation of "Introduction to Accelerationism" (Podgorica, Montenegro: Trema Books, 2015).

"Počátky spekulativního realismu: Pŕehled." Czech translation of "Speculative Realism: A Primer," in *Objekt," ed. Václav Janoščík, Prague, 2015, 47-58.

"Corporate Cannibal," reprint and German translation of chapter from Post-Cinematic Affect, in Expanded Senses: New Conceptions of the Sensual, Sensorial, and the Work of the Senses in Late Modernity, eds. Bernd Kracke and Marc Ries (Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach, Offenbach am Main, 2015), 89-110.

"Post-Cinematic Affect," reprint of Introduction to Post-Cinematic Affect, in Denson and Leyda (eds), Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film (Falmer: REFRAME Books, 2016).http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/post-cinema/2-2-shaviro/.

"Cognition and Decision," in Imperceptibly and Slowly Opening, ed. Caroline Picard (Chicago: Green Lantern Press, 2016), 214-219.

"As posibilidades emancipatorias da música groove," Galician translation of comments on Groove by Mark Abel, in Eusenio, https://euseino.org/2017/02/08/as-posibilidades-emancipatorias-da-musica-groove-1-por-steven-shaviro/ and https://euseino.org/2017/02/14/as-posibilidades-emancipatorias-da-musica-groove-e-2-por-steven-shaviro/, January 2017.

"Расщепляя атом. Изображение и звук в посткино на примере клипов Massive Attack и Рианны," Russian translation of "Splitting the Atom: Post-Cinematic Articulations of Sound and Vision," in Cineticle http://cineticle.com/texts/1459-steven-shaviro-sound-and-vision.html, February 2017.

Conferences, Lectures, and Readings

"Passion and Repetition in Blanchot," in "Rereading Blanchot in the 1980s," Special Session for Modern Language Association annual conference, New York, December 1983.

"Silencing Theory," in "The Bearing of Nietzschean Critique on Marxist Social Theory," Special Session for Modern Language Association annual conference, Washington, D. C., December 1984.

"The Passion of the Now: Desire and Affirmation in Au moment voulu," in session on Maurice Blanchot, 3rd Colloquium on Twentieth-Century Literature in French, Baton Rouge, LA, March 1986.

"Decapitations: Passion, Power, and Agency," in "Models of Agency," Conference on Value, International Association for Philosophy and Literature, Seattle, WA, May 1986.

Session Leader, "Anti-Oedipus Fifteen Years Later," MLA Special Session, New York, December 1986.

"Deleuze and Guattari's Theory of Sexuality," in "Anti-Oedipus Fifteen Years Later," MLA Special Session, New York, December 1986.

"Complicity and Forgetting," in "Blanchot and De Man: Impersonality, Intederminacy, Interminability," MLA Special Session, San Francisco, December 1987.

"Masculinity, Spectacle, and the Body of Querelle," in "Bodies and Boundaries: East and West" conference, McGill University, Montreal, February 1990.

"Genet's Last Testament," in "Jean Genet's Un captif amoureux," MLA Special Session, Chicago, December 1990.

"Film Theory and Visual Fascination," Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, January 1991.

"Warhol's Bodies," in "Passions, Persons, Powers" conference, University of California, Berkeley, April-May 1992.

"Why Language is a Virus," in "Post-Human Bodies," University of California at San Diego, May 1993.

"Introducing Multiple Personalities," in "Re-framing the Erotic," University of Washington, Seattle, May 1993.

"Why Dead Bodies Return to Life," in "Film Studies and Beyond," Fourth Berkeley Film Conference, University of California at Berkeley, November 1993.

"Strategies of Delirium," University of Colorado at Boulder, February 1995.

"Warhol Before the Mirror," in "Warhol's Worlds: The Inaugural Conference of the Andy Warhol Museum," Pittsburgh, April 1995.

Keynote Address, "Beauty Lies in the Eye," in "Becoming Interdisciplinary: Practicing Deleuze and Guattari," The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, November 1996.

"Stranded in the Jungle," University of Washington, May 1997.

"Intrusions," University of Alberta, Edmonton, February 1998.

"Intrusions: The Notion of Affect in David Lynch's Lost Highway and Kathryn Bigelow's Strange Days," Aesthetic Seminar, Centre for Cultural Research, University of Aarhus, Denmark, March 1998.

"Intrusions," lecture at Department of Film and Media Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, March 1998.

"Intrusions," lecture at Program in Aesthetics and Logic, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark, March 1998.

"Cinema Bodies," lecture at Department of Media Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark, March 1998.

"Whoever: Affect Without A Subject in Strange Days and Window Shopping," Keynote Address, Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia, August 1999.

Lecture on recent work about virtual reality, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, April 2000.

"The Life (After Death) of Postmodern Emotions," in "Emotionale: Third European Design Conference, Design and Emotion 2000," Potsdam, Germany, June-July 2000.

"The Erotic Life of Machines," in "Technology and Contemporary Life" conference, Cursos de Arrábida, Portugal, September 2000.

"Two Versions of Virtual Reality," lecture at Department of English, Uppsala University, Sweden, May 2001.

"The Life (After Death) of Postmodern Emotions," lecture at Department of English, Stockholm University, and Institute for the Humanities, Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, Karlskrona, Sweden, May 2001.

"The Erotic Life of Machines," lecture at Department of Journalism, Media, and Communications (JMK), Stockholm University, and Department of English, Umea University, Sweden, May 2001.

"The Erotic Life of Machines," in "Refrains: Music Politics Aesthetics" conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, September 2001.

"Clichés of Identity: Chantal Akerman's Musicals," lecture at Department of English and American Literature, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusets, October 2001.

"Dangerous Liaisons: The Ontology of Digital Networks," in "Ligações-Links-Liaisons" conference, Porto, Portugal, November 2001.

"Connections and Disconnections; or, What It Means To Live in the Network Society," California State University – Sacramento, April 2002.

Two Lectures, "What It Means To Live in the Network Society" and "The Life, After Death, of Postmodern Emotions," University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), University of Maribor (Slovenia), and Mama Multimedia Center (Zagreb, Croatia), May 2002.

"From Confinement to Performance: Digital Networks and the Society of Control," in First Annual Meeting, Society for Social and Political Philosophy: Historical, Continental, and Feminist Perspectives, at Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy conference, October 2002.

"Undead (For Kathy Acker)," opening remarks for "Lust For Life: The Writings of Kathy Acker," New York University, November 2002.

"Supa Dupa Fly: Styles of Subversion in Black Women's Hip-Hop," in "Skip a Beat: Rewriting the Story of Popular Music," Second Annual Pop Music Conference, Experience Music Project, Seattle, April 2003.

"Clichés of Identity: Chantal Akerman's Musicals," lecture at York University, Toronto, April 2003.

"What It Means To Live in the Network Society," lecture at University of Amsterdam, April 2003.

"I Wanted to Destroy Something Beautiful: Fight Club and the New Aesthetic Paradigm," in "Sacher-Masoch Festival: Rhetorics and Scenarios" symposium, Graz, Austria, May 2003.

"Powers of the Virtual," lecture at Performance Seminar (Ljubljana, Slovenia), and at Mama Multimedia Center (Zagreb, Croatia), May 2003.

"Returning to the Scene of the Perfect Crime; Or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Virtual," Closing Keynote Address for "The Murder of the Real: A One-Day Symposium on Jean Baudrillard," Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, British Columbia, August 2003.

Reading, selections from Connected, University of California – San Diego, November 2003.

"Parasite Networks," in "The Power and Pathology of Networks," Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, Providence, September 2004.

"Without Criteria," in "Questioning Foundations and Methods in the Humanities and Arts," Wayne State University Humanities Center Fall Symposium, Detroit, November 2004.

"Without Criteria," lecture at The Sense Lab, Concordia University, Montreal, November 2004.

"Prophecies of the Present," lecture for "Cultural Fictions," Department of Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, London, UK, June 2005.

"Social Fantasy in the Age of Aesthetics," in "The Order of Fantasies: Fantasy-Making and Fantasy-Theorizing in the 21st Century," session for American Anthropological Association annual conference, Washington, D.C., December 2005.

"The Singularity is Here," in "Social Fantasy," session for Modern Language Association annual conference, Washington, D.C., December 2005.

"Haunted Media: Images of Time in Digital Film," for "The Last Days of Cinema? New Directions in Film and Media Studies," Old Dominion University, April 2006.

"Emotion Capture: Affect in Digital Film," in "Thinking Through Affect," Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, Netherlands, September 2006.

"Money for Nothing: Virtual Worlds and Virtual Economies," in "Hyperpolis 3.0: Really Useful Media," Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, New York, October 2006.

"Beauty in the Age of Flexible Accumulation," in "Commodities and Aesthetics" session for "Rethinking Marxism 2006," University of Massachusetts at Amherst, October 2006.

"Rotoscoping the Real: From Bazin to Linklater," in "Rethinking Film Theory," session for Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference, Chicago, March 2007.

Discussion of blogging, in "Scholarship and Consulting in the Expanded Media Domain," workshop session for Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference, Chicago, March 2007.

"Time and Affect: Film in the Age of the Digital," Visual Culture Colloquium, Bryn Mawr College, March 2007.

"Deleuze's Encounter with Whitehead," in "Deleuze and Others III," session for "Gilles Deleuze: Texts and Images: An International Conference," University of South Carolina, April 2007.

"Take Me Back: Ghostface's Ghosts," for "Time Traveling With the Wu-Tang," session in Pop Conference, Experience Music Project, Seattle, April 2007.

"Emotion Capture: Affect in Digital Film," National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, and National Chi-Nan University, Puli, Taiwan, May 2007.

"The ‘Wrenching Duality' of Aesthetics: Kant, Deleuze, and the ‘Theory of the Sensible,'" for "Deleuze's Aesthetics," session in Society for Phenomenological and Existential Philosophy conference, Chicago, November 2007.

"‘You Will Never Own a Jetpack': Warren Ellis' Doktor Sleepless," in "The New Narrative? Comics in Literature, Film, and Art" conference, University of Toronto, May 2008.

"Pulses of Emotion: Whitehead's ‘Critique of Pure Feeling,'" Keynote Address for "Into the Folds" workshop, The Sense Lab, Concordia University, Montreal, May 2008.

"Interstitial Life: Subtractive Vitalism in Whitehead and Deleuze," for "Deleuze, Whitehead, and Process," session in The First International Deleuze Studies Conference, Cardiff, Wales, August 2008.

"Interstitial Life: Whitehead and the Question of Purpose in Biology," for "Whitehead and Deleuze, Deleuze and Whitehead," sessions in Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts conference, Charlotte NC, November 2008.

"Self-Enjoyment and Concern," in "Beyond Metaphysics? Transcontinental Explorations in Alfred North Whitehead's Late Thought," Claremont Graduate University, December 2008.

"Post-Cinematic Affect," for Affective Publics Reading Group, University of Chicago, January 2009.

"Dangerous Modulations: Grace Jones' ‘Corporate Cannibal'," Goldsmiths College (London, UK), Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge, UK), and University of the West of England (Bristol, UK), March 2009.

"Post-Cinematic Affect in Boarding Gate and Southland Tales," Salford University (Manchester, UK), March 2009.

"Post-Cinematic Affect," Keynote Address for "Emergent Encounters in Film Theory" conference, Kings College (London, UK), March 2009.

"Dangerous Modulations: Grace Jones' 'Corporate Cannibal'," for "Constrained Pleasures," session in Pop Conference, Experience Music Project, Seattle, April 2009.

"Iron Man as Corporate Fantasy," in "Another New Narrative: Comics in Literature, Film, and Art" conference, Toronto, May 2009.

"Post-Cinematic Affect," series of Keynote Addresses for the Nordic Summer University, Tyrifjord, Norway, July 2009.

"The Actual Volcano: Whitehead, Harman, and the Problem of Relations," for "Whitehead and Cosmopolitics" sessions in Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts conference, Atlanta, November 2009.

"Some Years From This Exact Moment: Neveldine/Taylor's Gamer and the Control Society," in "Reality Hackers" lecture series, Trinity University, San Antonio, February 2010.

"Some Years From This Exact Moment: Neveldine/Taylor's Gamer," in "Filmic Horrors and Cinematic Hauntings," session for Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference, Los Angeles, March 2010.

Keynote Address ("Dangerous Modulations: Grace Jones' 'Corporate Cannibal'") and Presentation of Work in Progress ("The Muffled Drums of Relentless Flow: Towards a New Audiovisual Aesthetics"), for Weekend Seminar, "The Music Video: Critical Potential and Aesthetic Innovation," The Danish Design School, Copenhagen, Denmark, March 2010.

"The Universe of Things," for Object-Oriented Ontology Symposium, Georgia Insitute of Technology, Atlanta, April 2010.

"The 'Bitter Necessity' of Debt: Neoliberal Finance and the Society of Control," for Debt conference, Center for Twenty First Century Studies,University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, April-May 2010.

"Some Years From This Exact Moment: Neoliberal Governance in Neveldine/Taylor's Gamer," in "The Spectacle of Hard Times: Theory and Film in Dangerous Dialogue," session for American Political Science Association conference, Washington, D. C., September 2010.

"'Even Now, I Am Not Ashamed Of My Communist Past': Some Revisionary Thoughts on Eastern European Film," talk for "Humanities on the Edge: the Political Turn" lecture series at University of Nebraska – Lincoln; talk at Centre for the Study of Theory, Culture. and Politics, Trent University, November 2010.

"Consequences of Panpsychism," in "Metaphysics and Things: New Forms of Speculative Thought," fourth annual conference of the Whitehead Research Project, Claremont, CA, December 2010.

"Hyperbolic Futures: Speculative Finance and Speculative Fiction," for Eaton Science Fiction Conference, University of California – Riverside, February 2011.

"After Hope: Mladen Djordjević's Life and Death of a Porno Gang," in "Postwar Serbian Cinema," session for Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference, New Orleans, March 2011.

"After Hope: Mladen Djordjević's Life and Death of a Porno Gang," talk for "Politics and Aesthetics" lecture series, Pratt Institute, April 2011.

"Consequences of Panpsychism," Propeller Centre for the Arts, Toronto, Canada, May 2011.

"The Universe of Things," Arteforum, Forum de Ciência e Cultura da UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2011.

"Panpsychism And/Or Eliminativism," for OOO III: The Third Object-Oriented Ontology Symposium, The New School New York, September 2011.

"Panpsychism And/Or Eliminativism," in "Cosmopolitics as Speculative Practice," session for Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts conference, Kitchener, Ontario, September 2011.

"The Third Image," in "New Theories of the Image," session for Association for the Study of Arts of the Present conference, Pittsburgh, October 2011.

"New Perspectives on Eastern European Film," in "Marxism and Film," session for Historical Materialism conference, London, November 2011.

"Splitting the Atom: Post-Cinematic Articulations of Sound and Vision," Center for Ethnomusicology, Columbia University, December 2011.

"Melancholia, or, The Romantic Anti-Sublime," lecture at Program in Comparative Literature, Rutgers University, February 2012.

"Melancholia, or, The Romantic Anti-Sublime," lecture for "Constellations of Contemporary Romanticism" symposium, Cogut Center for the Humanities, Brown University, February 2012.

"Melancholia, or, The Romantic Anti-Sublime," lecture at University of Manitoba, February 2012.

"Post-Continuity," in "Spatialities 2," session for Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference, Boston, March 2012.

"Consequences of Panpsychism," plenary talk for "The Nonhuman Turn," Center for Twenty First Century Studies, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, May 2012.

"Thinking Blind," for Science Fiction Research Association annual conference, Detroit, June 2012.

"Thinking Blind," in "The Secret Life of Things" conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 2012.

"Non-Phenomenological Aesthetics," Keynote Talk for Aesthetics in the 21st Century, University of Basel, Switzerland, September 2012.

Three presentations, on "Uncorrelated Thought," on "Value Experience," and on Muriel Combes' book about Gilbert Simondon, at Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts conference, Milwaukee, September 2012.

"Uncorrelated Thought," in The Ontological Turn conference, Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 2012.

Three Lectures ("Melancholia, or, The Romantic Anti-Sublime"; "Consequences of Panpsychism"; "Thinking Blind") University of Alberta, November 2012.

"Post-Continuity: Digital Aesthetics and Contemporary Hollywood Film," Keynote Address for "New Media and Cultural Transformation: Film, TV, Game, and Digital Communication" conference, School of Film and TV Art and Technology, Shanghai University, December 2012.

"Ferrets on Crystal Meth: Post-Continuity and Post-Irony in Digital Film," in "Post-cinematic Affect: Theorizing Digital Movies Now," session for Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference, Chicago, March 2013.

"Ferrets on Crystal Meth: Post-Continuity and Post-Irony in Digital Film," Visual Culture Workshop, University of Michigan, March 2013.

"Dark Origins: Chris Beckett's Dark Eden," in "Examining Histories, Origins, and Biopolitics in SF," session for International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts annual conference, Orlando, Florida, March 2013.

"Unsight: Speculative Fictions About Consciousness," in "Consciousness and Character in Science Fiction Literature and Film," session for The Eaton Science Fiction Conference, Riverside, California, April 2013.

Two Talks: "Speculative Criteria" and "Discognition," for Dublin Unit for Speculative Thought, Dublin, Ireland, May 2013.

"Dark Origins: Chris Beckett's Dark Eden," for Workshop and Lecture Series "Speculative Thinking in Literature and Philosophy," Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany, May 2013.

"Discognition," in international symposium "Timing of Affect," Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln, Cologne, Germany, May-June 2013.

"Post-Continuity and Post-Irony," for Cologne Media Lectures, Zentrum für Medienwissenschaften, University of Cologne, Germany, June 2013.

"Speculative Realism and Post-Continuity," for "Objects and Relations" lecture series, Department of Visual Culture, Goldsmiths, London, October 2013.

"Introduction to Accelerationism," Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Novevmber 2013.

"Parasites on the Body of Capital," for "Escape Velocities" symposium, e-flux, New York, November 2013.

"Every time I try to Fly: Hamony Korine's Spring Breakers," in "Post-Cinematic Perspectives," Free University, Berlin, November 2013.

"Seeing Into the Light: Delirious Perception in Hamony Korine's Spring Breakers," in "International Colloquium on Phenomenology and Cinema," Lisbon, Portugal, December 2013.

"It Thinks, Therefore I Was: On Scott Bakker's Neuropath," University of Western Ontario, February 2014.

"It Thinks, Therefore I Was: Studies in Discognition," Theory Reading Group, University of Minnesota, April 2014.

"The Aesthetics of Workflow," for "The Force of Aesthetics: Power, Imagination, Affects," The New School, New York City, April 2014.

Presentation on Peter Watts' Blindsight, for "Extreme Orbits Before and After Sentience: A Noosphere in Nothingness," workshop in Speculative Poetics, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany, June 2014.

Presentation of The Universe of Things in "Book launch: three new books on speculative realism," for Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts conference, Dallas, October 2014.

"Speculative Futures: A Discussion with Steven Shaviro and Alexander Galloway," The New School, New York City, November 2014.

"No Speed Limit: Accelerationism and Science Fiction," University of California - Riverside, December 2014.

"Whitehead on Causality and Perception," keynote address for "Rethinking Symbolism: Whitehead and the Problems of Thought, Language, and Culture," Whitehead Research Project annual conference, Claremont School of Theology, December 2014.

"Whitehead and Speculative Realism," University of California - Irvine, January 2015.

"The Rhythm-Image," OCADU, Toronto, February 2015.

"The Rhythm-Image," Keynote Address for "Thinking Through Deleuze" conference, Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario, February 2015.

"Into the Funhole: Kathe Koja's The Cipher," in "Skeleton Crew: Horror Encoded Into Narrative Structure," session for International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando Florida, March 2015.

"The Rhythm-Image," in "Post-Cinema" panel session for Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference, Montreal, March 2015.

"Politics in the Anthropocene." for Meetings in Radical Aesthetics, Montreal, March 2015.

"The Rhythm-Image," Emory University, Atlanta, April 2015.

"Whitehead on Feelings," for section "Social Life" in Seizing An Alternative: Towards an Ecological Civilization, 10th International Whitehead Conference, Claremont, California, June 2015.

"Slime Mold Metaphysics," plenary address for "Affect Theory: Worldings, Tensions, Futures," Lancaster, PA, October 2015.

"Fictions and Fabulations of Sentience," lecture in West Hollywood Aesthetics and Politics Lecture Series, sponsored by California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, February 2016.

"The Rhythm-Image," University of Pittsburgh, November 2016.

"The Rhythm-Image," Keynote address for "Contemporary film and media aesthetics." 22nd International Conference on Film Studies, Roma Tre University, Rome Italy, November 2016.

"Cyborg/Goddess: Dawn Richard's Afrofuturism," for "Afro-Futurisms" session, International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, Florida, March 2017.

"One Cell At A Time: Tade Thompson's Rosewater", in "Black Studies and Speculative Fiction," session for Science Fiction Research Association Annual Conference, Riverside, California, June-July 2017.

Awards

Science Fiction and Technoculture Studies Book Award for Discognition, July 2017.