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Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors Hannes Bajohr received his doctoral degree from Columbia University, New York, with a dissertation on Hans Blumenberg’s theory of language. His research interests are theories of the digital and digital aesthetics, German twentieth-century philosophy with a focus on phenomenology and philosophical anthropology, as well as political theory. He is a Junior Fellow at the Collegium Helveticum, the joint Institute for Advanced Studies of the ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich, and the Zurich University of the Arts, with a project on models of AI authorship. Recent publications include: Schreibenlassen: Texte zur Literatur im Digitalen (August Verlag, 2022); Hans Blumenberg at 101, a special issue of New German Critique 49: 1 (2022, as editor); and Digitale Literatur II (edition text+kritik, 2021, as co-editor with Annette Gilbert). He is also an author of digital literature, most recently Blanks: Word Processing (Counterpath Press, 2022). Brain Glover is Assistant Professor of English at East Carolina University. He specialises in the history of the novel, with special attention to eighteenth-century Britain and media theory. His publications have appeared in SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500–1900, Critique, Southern Cultures,and Green Letters. Vikesh Godhwani is a London-based award-winning freelance theatre director, writer, producer and workshop facilitator, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Countertext Edinburgh University Press

Notes on Contributors

Countertext , Volume 8 (2): 3 – Aug 1, 2022

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Edinburgh University Press
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2056-4406
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2056-4414
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10.3366/count.2022.0274
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Hannes Bajohr received his doctoral degree from Columbia University, New York, with a dissertation on Hans Blumenberg’s theory of language. His research interests are theories of the digital and digital aesthetics, German twentieth-century philosophy with a focus on phenomenology and philosophical anthropology, as well as political theory. He is a Junior Fellow at the Collegium Helveticum, the joint Institute for Advanced Studies of the ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich, and the Zurich University of the Arts, with a project on models of AI authorship. Recent publications include: Schreibenlassen: Texte zur Literatur im Digitalen (August Verlag, 2022); Hans Blumenberg at 101, a special issue of New German Critique 49: 1 (2022, as editor); and Digitale Literatur II (edition text+kritik, 2021, as co-editor with Annette Gilbert). He is also an author of digital literature, most recently Blanks: Word Processing (Counterpath Press, 2022). Brain Glover is Assistant Professor of English at East Carolina University. He specialises in the history of the novel, with special attention to eighteenth-century Britain and media theory. His publications have appeared in SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500–1900, Critique, Southern Cultures,and Green Letters. Vikesh Godhwani is a London-based award-winning freelance theatre director, writer, producer and workshop facilitator,

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Published: Aug 1, 2022

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