Academic Advisory Board
European philosophy, gender, postcolonial critique, queer theory, transgender studies, comparative literature, media, philosophy of art, Interdisciplinary, Science and Technology Studies, philosophy of science
Faculty of Humanities, Utrecht University
Dr. Rick Dolphijn is an associate professor based at Humanities, with an interest in transdisciplinary research at large. He wrote Foodscapes, Towards a Deleuzian Ethics of Consumption (Eburon/University of Chicago Press 2004) and (with Iris van der Tuin) New Materialism: Interviews and Cartographies (Open Humanities Press 2012) and is finishing his new monograph entitled The Cracks of the Contemporary; A Meditation on Art, Wounds and a Damaged Earth. He has published widely on new materialism, ecology/ecosophy, feminist/postcolonial theory and, contemporary art and is interested in the developments in continental philosophy and speculative thought. His academic work has appeared in journals like Angelaki, Rhizomes, Collapse, and Deleuze Studies. He edited (with Rosi Braidotti) This Deleuzian Century: Art, Activism, Life (Brill/Rodopi 2014/5) and Philosophy after Nature (2017). Most recently he published an edited volume entitled Michel Serres and the Crises of the Contemporary with Bloomsbury Academic.