While this site hosts my CV, publications and the like, I had originally planned for more creative output. Untimely. will act as a sister site, hosting such material. I’ve fiddled with it for a while, but now it is essentially feature complete, and August / September will see (re)upload of material at a good pace.
Among other things, I have been posting excerpts of my reading notes on Foucault, Merleau-Ponty, Weber, and more. Enough folks have found these marginally useful that I hope the amorphous digital mob will find them equally marginally useful. Untimely will host these reading notes, as well as more typically bloglike commentary and short analytical pieces on continental philosophy, critical theory, surveillance and new media, etc.
The official blurb:
Untimely. is an anachronistic archive. Most straightforwardly, it offers reading notes on works of philosophy and critical theory – useful for teaching, individual reading, and quotation hunting. It also comments on things and events, plucked from all sorts of times. The ‘Stazi problem’ in Eastern Germany and the Snowden Affair. Kafka’s Das Urteil and the age of Bushisms. Online filter bubbles. The Dreyfus Affair…