I'm a posthuman social scientist whose interests, broadly conceived, inhabit the science of everything. That means I'm interested in finding common trends across diverse intellectual paths of thinking and disciplines to synthesize and mobilize knowledge to design solutions for global problems.
Thank you for visiting, and enjoy your journey.
Çağdaş (pronounce as Chadash)
I started to work as a full-time Professor of General Studies at Yorkville University.
As a founding co-editor, I'm so glad to see that the Journal of Posthumanism has been accepted for indexing in Scopus.
This underscores the dedication and excellence of our entire scholarly community, which has steadfastly supported the journal's mission.
Journal of Posthumanism's new issue is out! The Metahuman Futures Special Issue, edited by Jaime del Val (Metabody) and myself, comprises a collection of seven papers, a book review, and the Metahuman Futures Manifesto.
Free access and download: https://journals.tplondon.com/jp/issue/view/199
I have been awarded the Support for Scholarly Activities Fund (SSAF) for my book project by Yorkville University's SSAF Committee.
On March 2nd, I gave a talk on the need for a radical understanding of sustainability and shared the findings of the "Posthumanism for Sustainability" project at Brock University.
I'm so glad to see that my paper with Nikoleta Zampaki has been published in the Journal of Posthumanism's February issue. With this, the "Posthumanism for Sustainability" project funded by YU SSAF has officially come to an end after two years of hard work.