Dan Mellamphy

Dan Mellamphy: Lecturer in Interdisctiplinary Studies at Huron University College (IDS/Interdisciplinary-Studies Program) and Western University, London; Research Fellow and Advisory-Board Member of the Center for Transformative Media at Parsons: The New School for Design, NYC; and Director of the Center for Peripheral Theory (42°58’N/81°15’W). Dr. Mellamphy’s research focuses on Digital Dissimulation, Machinic Manipulation, and Media Mythogenesis (the generation of mythic constructs, fictive frameworks, ideological integuments). Co-Founder of The Electro-Governance Group (The EGG) and The Nietzsche Workshops at Western (The NWW), his publications include The Digital Dionysus: Nietzsche & the Network-Centric Condition (2016), contributions to anthologies such as Marshall McLuhan’s + Vilém Flusser’s Communication + Aesthetic Theories Revisited (2016), The Imaginary App: MIT Software Studies (2015), The Funambulist Papers: Volume Two (2014), Alchemical Traditions from Antiquity to the Avant-Garde (2013) and Leper Creativity: Essays on the Subject of Cyclonopedia (2012), as well as articles published in journals such as Deleuze Studies, Foucault Studies, Dalhousie French Studies, Culture-Machine, Fibreculture, Parrhesia, Paideusis, Platform, Collapse, Symposium and Modern Drama.