Joel EvansPhD student, Associate Lecturer
Dr Joel Evans BA (English Literature), MA (Literary and Cultural Studies), PhD (English Literature).
20th and 21st century literature; 20th and 21st century cinema; materialism; marxism; continental philosophy; contemporary media theory; the concept of the global in culture; neo-reactionary politics and culture; the concept of the multitude in contemporary culture.
Having recently been awarded a PhD on the subject of the global in contemporary culture (entitled 'Concepts of the Global in Contemporary Culture: Figuring the Totality'), I have now moved on to beginning two different projects. The first is a book-length study on the idea of the multitude and the waning of democracy in contemporary fiction and culture. The second, which will also probably, ultimately end up being a book, is a study of philosophies of writing in the era of the digital.
See also my blog, here: http://embedded-worlds.blogspot.co.uk/
Concepts of the global in contemporary culture: figuring the totality
Evans, J.C. 2017 Lancaster University. 297 p.
Ali Smith's necessary-contingent, or navigating the global
Evans, J.C. 21/11/2016 In: Textual Practice. 20 p.
Figuring the global: on Charlie Kaufman's Synecdoche, New York
Evans, J.C. 4/07/2014 In: New Review of Film and Television Studies. 12, 4, p. 321-338. 18 p.