Miccoli published in Genealogy of Posthumanism

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Miccoli published in Genealogy of Posthumanism

Sep 28, 2017

Philosophy professor Anthony Miccoli, Ph.D., recently saw two of his articles published online in “The Genealogy of Posthumanism.”

The articles “Topology” and  “Posthuman Suffering” were published on the website Critical Posthumanism.

Both articles were peer reviewed by an international editorial board before being accepted.

According to Critical Posthumanism: “The Genealogy of the Posthuman provides an online companion to posthumanism’s histories and current concerns. Addressing an expanding range of themes and ideas, it is made up of entries informed by the objectives of re-examination and critique of posthumanism’s acknowledged, unsuspected and evolving dimensions. The Genealogy is an open and international project and welcomes interventions by academics, researchers and doctoral students working on the posthuman and related fields.”