ARNE DE BOEVER teaches American Studies in the School of Critical Studies and the MA Aesthetics and Politics program at the California Institute of the Arts (USA). He is the author of States of Exception in the Contemporary Novel (Continuum, 2012), Narrative Care (Bloomsbury, 2013), Plastic Sovereignties (Edinburgh, 2016), Finance Fictions (Fordham, 2018) and Against Aesthetic Exceptionalism (Minnesota, 2019). He is also the co-editor of Gilbert Simondon: Being and Technology (Edinburgh, 2012) and The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism: Vol. 1 (Archive, 2013), and the editor of Bernard Stiegler: Amateur Philosophy (Duke University Press, 2017). In addition to being an editor for Parrhesia, he edits the critical theory/philosophy section of the Los Angeles Review of Books and is a member of the boundary 2 collective. His most recent book is François Jullien's Unexceptional Thought (Rowman & Littlefield, 2020).
SEAN McMORROW teaches at the University of Melbourne. He is author of The Power to Assume Form: Cornelius Castoriadis and Regimes of Historicity (Lexington Books, 2023) and co-edited Marcel Gauchet and the Crisis of Democratic Politics (Routledge, 2022).
ASHLEY WOODWARD is a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Dundee, and a founding member of The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy. He is the author of Understanding Nietzscheanism (Acumen, 2011), Nihilism in Postmodernity: Lyotard, Baudrillard, Vattimo (The Davies Group, 2010), editor of Interpreting Nietzsche (Continuum 2011) and co-editor of Sensorium: Aesthetics, Art, Life (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007) and The Continuum Companion to Existentialism (Continuum, 2011). His research focuses on value theory and philosophy of art in contemporary continental philosophy. His website can be found here.
JUSTIN CLEMENS is an Associate Professor in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. He has published extensively on psychoanalysis, contemporary European philosophy, poetry, and contemporary Australian art and literature.
JOE HUGHES is a Senior Lecturer in English and Theatre Studies at the University of Melbourne. He has written widely on post-war French thought and the history of the novel.
LUCY BENJAMIN is a postdoctoral research fellow in architectural philosophy at the Melbourne School of Design. She has a PhD in comparative literature from the University of London. Her current research explores practices and conditions of repair broadly construed and she has previously written on feminist ethics and Hannah Arendt.
JESSICA MARIAN is a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. Her research focuses on the institutional and intellectual history of post-war French philosophy. She is a co-convenor of the Critical Research Association Melbourne.
AMY MAY STUART is an artist and an editorial assistant for the publisher Discipline and Parrhesia journal. She completed her Master of Fine Art (Research) and currently teaches in the School of Fine Art and Design at Monash University.
Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Macquarie University
Alexander García Düttmann
Professor of Philosophy and Visual Culture at Goldsmiths, University of London
Professor, Royal Holloway, University of London
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Psychoanalytic Studies, Deakin University
Marguerite La Caze
Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Queensland
Professor Emeritus of French Literature and Philosophy, Columbia University
Professor of Philosophy, University of Tasmania
Professor, Department of Communication Sciences, University of Montréal
Professor of Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Adjunct Professor, Columbia University
Senior Lecturer in Critical Theory, Monash University
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Macquarie University
Daniel W. Smith
Professor of Philosophy, Purdue University
B.O.F. professor for philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, KULeuven, Belgium
Honorary Professor, Deakin University