Graham Potts has a PhD in Social and Political Thought Program from York University in Toronto. He has an MA in Political Science from the University of Toronto, and a BA in Social and Political Thought from the University of Western Ontario. His work utilizes postmodern philosophy, queer theory, and cultural studies to examine how social network sites and digital technology impact and create posthuman subjects. He presently teaches as Adjunct Faculty at Trent University, Brock University and York University. His previous publications can be found in M/C Journal, The International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, CTheory, and Problématique.
"I Want to Pump You Up!" Lance Armstrong, Alex Rodriguez, and the Biopolitics of Data- and Analogue-FleshArticlesThe copyrighting of digital augmentations (our data-flesh), their privatization and ownership by others from a vast distance that is simultaneously instantly telematically surmountable started simply enough. It was the initially innocuous corporatization of language and semiotics that started the deeper ontological flip, which placed the posthuman bits and parts over the...Read more