Assistant Professor at Western University, Warren Steele will present academic mediation on the apparent (non) meaning within many of Warhol’s works. Key works from Warhol’s body of work will be discussed in detail.
With a PhD in English Literature from the University of Glasgow, Steele works principally on relations between literature and technology in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Presently Steele teaches courses at Western University on a variety of subjects, including a second year required course, MIT 2500: The Meaning of Technology, and three third year electives: MIT 3218: Technology, Democracy, and Postwar America; MIT 3224: Crash Landscape; and MIT 3935: Race, Ethnicity and Technology. Beyond this, Steele’s research interests include: the philosophy of technology (Heidegger, specifically); technics and responsibility; the politics of love, memory, mourning, and melancholia; film; critical race theory; critical whiteness studies; Marxist political economy; and media theory.
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