continent. maps a topology of unstable confluences and ranges across new thinking, traversing interstices and alternate directions in culture, theory, biopolitics and art.

continent. exists as a platform for thinking through media. text, image, video, sound and new forms of publishing online are presented as reflections on and challenges to contemporary conditions in politics, media studies, art, film and philosophical thought.

continent. will appear in low frequency throughout the year. In previous years this has followed a roughly quarterly schedule. We would like you to contribute to future issues! If you're interested, please check the Future section of the home page for current calls for participation. It is also helpful to review our Editorial Policies to learn more about what we're doing.

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  1. Mayssa Fattouh
  2. Isaac Linder
  3. Maximilian Thoman
  4. Nina Jäger
  5. Bernhard Garnicnig
  6. Paul Boshears
  7. Jamie Allen

Contributing Editors

  1. Ben Segal, University of California, San Diego
  2. Feliz Molina, Brown University
  3. Sherrin Frances
  4. Fintan Neylan
  5. Frederick Arias, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello
  6. Rosemary Lee
  7. John Gullick, The European Graduate School
  8. Matt Bernico, The European Graduate School

Board of Advisors

  1. Simon Critchley, The New School for Social Research, New York
  2. Christopher Fynsk, The Centre for Modern Thought
  3. Erin Manning, Concordia University
  4. Ben Marcus, Columbia University
  5. Todd May, Clemson University
  6. J.Hillis Miller, University of California Irvine
  7. Lucia Santaella, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP)
  8. Clay Shirky, New York University


  1. Peggy Bloomer, The European Graduate School
  2. Bernhard Garnicnig
  3. Nina Jäger

Sources of Support

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Danish Arts Council/Statens Kunstråd for their financial support.

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