As part of the Urban Humanities Initiative’s Fora Lecture Series, please join us on Monday, June 8th, at 12:00pm for a lecture by Anna Greenspan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Cybernetic Culture at NYU Shanghai.
Anna Greenspan holds an MA and PhD from Warwick University (UK) in philosophy and cybernetic culture and a BA from the University of Toronto. Greenspan’s current research interests are in urbanism, technology, street markets, futurism, and the philosophy of time. Her books include India and the IT Revolution: Networks of Globalization (Palgrave, 2005) and Shanghai Future: Modernity Remade (Hurst/Oxford University Press, 2014). Greenspan is a cofounder of the Shanghai Studies Society (shanghaistudies.net) and Hacked Matter (hackedmatter.com).