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Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art Design & Media

Professor Ryan Bishop

Professor of Global Arts and Politics

Ryan Bishop is Professor of Global Arts and Politics at the Winchester School of Art, the University of Southampton, United Kingdom, where he is also Co-Director of the Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art Design & Media. In addition to co-editing with John Armitage and Doug Kellner the journal Cultural Politics (Duke University Press), he co-edits the book series the book series Technicities (with John Armitage and Joanne Roberts, Edinburgh UP) and A Cultural Politics Book (with John Armitage and Doug Kellner, Duke UP). Bishop’s most recent books include Avant-garde Art and Tech Labs (with John Beck, Duke UP, forthcoming), Zero Degree Seeing (with Sunil Manghani, Edinburgh UP, 2019) and Cold War Legacies: Systems, Theory, Aesthetics (with John Beck, Edinburgh UP, 2018). His research areas include critical theory, visual culture, urbanism, aesthetics, critical military studies, architecture, and sensory perception and knowledge formation.

Publishing roles

Co-editor with John Armitage and Doug Kellner of Cultural Politics (Duke UP)
Editor of the book series Theory Now (Polity)
Editorial board of _Theory Culture & Society_ (Sage)
Co-editor with Mike Featherstone, Couze Venn and John Phillips of the New Encyclopaedia Project (TCS and Sage)
Editorial Advisory board of Culture Theory and Critique and The Journal of Transnational American Studies

Email: R.Bishop@soton.ac.uk

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