Ania Malinowska

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  • ISEA2022

    Ania Malinowska (born in 1979, based in Katowice, Poland) is an author, a cultural theorist and Professor in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Silesia, Poland. She is also a former Senior Fulbright Fellow at the New School of Social Research in New York and a founding member of CCTS (Center for Critical Technology Studies at the University of Silesia), engaged in extensive and international projects on technologically devised environments. Her research concentrates on cultural theory, emotion studies, digital humanities, and critical robotics – specifically on the formation of cultural norms and the social, emotional and aesthetic codes in relation to digitalism.
    Malinowska holds a license in therapeutic hypnosis. She has authored, edited and co-edited a number of articles, chapters, special issue and books preoccupied with the posthuman condition and technologies of affect including: Love in Contemporary Technoculture (CUP 2022), Data Dating. Love, Technology, Desire (Intellect 2021), Technocultury miłości (Texty Drugie 2019), The Materiality of Love. Essays of Affection and Cultural Practice (Routledge 2018), Media and Emotions. The New Frontiers of Affect in Digital Culture (Open Cultural Studies 2017).


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